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Yankees’ Luis Severino throws first live BP since Tommy John surgery
Yankees starter Luis Severino took another step forward in his comeback from Tommy John surgery Thursday.
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Robert Durst’s lawyers reveal bladder cancer diagnosis and ask to delay trial
Robert Durst, who has been jailed since 2015, is reportedly suffering from bladder cancer as his trial is set to resume following a yearlong break due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
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Jets claim running back Austin Walter from 49ers
The Jets claimed running back Austin Walter off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers.
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Knicks’ Derrick Rose sits vs. Spurs: ‘Just needed a day’
The minutes have finally caught up with Knicks point guard Derrick Rose, who missed Thursday’s win over the Spurs with what the team termed a sprained ankle but was more about resting. “Just needed a day,’’ Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau said after surviving the Spurs, 102-98, at the Garden. “We knew we were getting a...
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Yankees’ Justin Wilson takes step backward in rough Rays outing
Thursday, that successful stint proved to be an outlier as Yankees reliever Justin Wilson’s progress was erased with a step backward.
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Sabrina Ionescu’s return has revamped Liberty optimism
On Friday night, the Liberty will tip off the WNBA’s 25th anniversary season against the Indiana Fever (7 p.m., YES) with a limited number of fans in attendance at Barclays and with a renewed sense of optimism about their makeover.
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Man suckered-punched by stranger in NYC subway station
A man was attacked randomly on May 12, 2021 outside a Brooklyn MTA stop. The man who was attacked was on his phone when the assailant walked up behind him and punched him in the face.
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Yankees’ life would be easier if they can start scoring more runs
Will Oriole Park at Camden Yards heal the Yankees’ offense like a visit to Key West healed Billy Crystal and Gregory Hines in “Running Scared”? If it doesn’t, should that send the Yankees running scared? Stipulated, pitching dominates the game more than ever in 2021. Yet the Yankees’ batsmen aren’t struggling simply relative to recent...
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Pelosi says masks still required in House chamber despite CDC guidance
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that House members will still be required to wear a mask after the CDC eased restrictions on those fully vaccinated with times of debating being the only exception to the rule. 
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Man found dead inside NYC subway
A man was found dead inside a Manhattan subway train on Thursday night, police said. The man, believed to be in his 60s, was discovered by a conductor aboard a northbound C train at the 168th Street station in Washington Heights at about 9:23 p.m., according to police. He was slumped over in a seat...
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The choice for next NYC mayor is clearer than ever
Thursday's lackluster Democratic Mayoral debate left many viewers endorsing Eric Adams as the next mayor. Many of the candidates gave barely noticeable performances,
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Knicks may be running out of season in frantic seeding race
How bad did it look? This bad: there were scattered boos bouncing across Madison Square Garden in the third quarter. Boos have been few this year, and far between. Even on the rare nights when the Knicks haven’t been at their sharpest on their home floor … Well, for starters, the 2,000 or so folks...
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Dramatic video shows cat jump to safety from burning Chicago apartment
It was a purrr-fect landing. A black cat escaped injury after leaping from the fifth floor window of a burning apartment in Chicago on Thursday. The jarring jump to safety was captured on video by a Chicago Fire Department worker filming the exterior of a blaze as smoke-eaters battled the flames inside. With black smoke...
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Court upholds life sentence for Mississippi man convicted of marijuana possession
Mississippi's Court of Appeals upheld Allen Russell's life sentence due to his status as a "habitual offender" from his past run-ins with the law including unlawful possession of a firearm and two home burglary charges.
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Front-runners come under attack during lackluster debate for NYC mayor
Eric Adams and Andrew Yang became the prime targets during the first Democratic NYC mayoral debate. Yang and Adams were the only standouts from the other six candidates.
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Far-left House Democrats break with Biden, blast Israel in speeches
A gaggle of far-left Democrats — including members of the so-called “Squad” — paraded onto the House floor Thursday night to deliver a series of rhetorical broadsides against Israel, with some linking the Jewish state’s latest conflict with Hamas to issues like racism and illegal immigration in the US. “As a black woman in America,...
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Brandon Nimmo’s return to Mets looks near after big step
Brandon Nimmo’s return to the Mets appears imminent.
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The best of the barbs traded at first NYC mayoral debate
The Zoom forum for the first televised Democratic primary mayoral debate didn’t stop the rival candidates from slinging mud across their computer screens, prompting leading candidate Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to declare at one point, “Ohhh they’re feisty!” Here are some of the sharpest barbs from the showdown for the June 22 election :...
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Woman hoarding gas flees police, catches on fire after crash
A South Carolina woman who was hoarding gasoline tried to flee police in a stolen car and crashed into a fiery wreck.
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Expert rates the winners and losers of first televised NYC mayoral debate
Whose ideas and policies landed well? Former aide to Mayor John Lindsay Sid Davidoff examines the winners and losers from the first NYC mayoral debate.
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Elon Musk’s net worth takes a dive after SNL gig: report
The quirky billionaire's net worth has dropped by $20.5 billion since his less-than-starmaking comedy debut, Forbes estimated.
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‘Second’ rate: Andrew Yang says Kathryn Garcia is great runner up in mayoral debate
Frontrunner Andrew Yang said he'd list his more experienced rival Kathryn Garcia as his second choice for mayor during Thursday's debate for the Democratic primary election -- even after she accused him of sexism for saying he'd appoint her as a deputy if he won the contest.
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Lack of answers has PSAL NYC basketball teams wondering if they will play
Cardozo's Shadmaan Khan is far from alone. Kids attending public schools across the five boroughs are waiting for the powers that be to provide an answer on a basketball season.
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Matt Gaetz associate expected to plead guilty in federal case
Joel Greenberg is scheduled for a hearing in federal court next Monday and all indications point to him entering into a guilty plea. He is accused of sex trafficking a child, among other crimes.
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Massage therapist had sex with five Ohio State football players
A massage therapist had sex with five Ohio State football players after offering them a rub down, a report said. The 41-year-old woman’s sexual therapy sessions came to light after a complaint was made against her with the Medical Board of Ohio in March 2020, according to a university report obtained by USA Today. The...
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Yankees ripped by Rays as four-game win streak snapped
The Yankees had a shot to move into first, but failed after their 9-2 blowout loss to the Rays on Thursday night at Tropicana Field.
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Knicks rally past Spurs to stay alive for No. 4 seed in East
The Knicks never cease to stop impressing with their fortitude and resiliency.
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Shooting in Rhode Island leaves as many as 9 injured
The shooting was the largest in Providence's history, according to police.
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Here’s where NYC mayoral wannabes stand on vaccines in schools, remote learning
All eight of the Democratic candidates running for mayor said they oppose requiring that teachers get the coronavirus vaccine before the upcoming school year. But during the first mayoral debate Wednesday night, five of the candidates said they would require that students get vaccinated. The candidates were hit with other hot-button schools system issues. Only...
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TV crew attacked after filming fight for report on Miami Beach chaos
The crime beat hit a little too close to home for a Miami news crew Wednesday night when they were attacked while reporting a story about increasing lawlessness on South Beach.
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