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Video shows moment NJ police car crashes into pedestrian, killing her
A porch security video shows the moment a New Jersey police car slams into a 65-year-old pedestrian, killing the woman, before smashing into a home. The footage — captured just after 7 p.m. on Oct. 22 from a Nest camera — shows the flashing blue and red lights of a police car and then the...
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Arizona’s Mark Kelly sworn into Senate, narrowing GOP edge
WASHINGTON — Arizona Democrat and former astronaut Mark Kelly was sworn into the Senate on Wednesday, narrowing Republican control of the chamber and underscoring his state’s shift from red to blue. Kelly, 56, defeated GOP Sen. Martha McSally in last month’s election, making her one of only three incumbents to lose. By taking office, he...
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Couple with COVID-19 arrested for boarding flight to Hawaii
A couple was arrested on Sunday for boarding a plane after they had tested positive for the coronavirus, according to reports.
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CDC issues shorter COVID-19 quarantine guidelines after exposure
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday said the now-standard 14-day quarantine period after exposure to COVID-19 can be cut to between seven and 10 days in some cases. People who test negative for the coronavirus can self-isolate for just seven days, and those not showing symptoms could opt for a 10-day period,...
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Cuomo says feds ‘not providing’ vaccine funds — despite NY having $7.5M available
WASHINGTON — Trump administration officials were baffled Wednesday when Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the federal government is “not providing” New York with “any funding to speak of” to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses. Two sources tell The Post that Cuomo actually has more than $7.5 million available for state vaccine distribution preparations, but hasn’t touched a...
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French restaurant owner murdered while delivering fine wines in Mexico City
A French restaurant owner and his colleague were murdered while delivering expensive fine wine in Mexico City, police said — in a killing which has sparked protests over violent crime in the city. Baptiste Lormand, 45, who owns three restaurants in the upscale Polanco neighborhood, and his business partner, Luis Orozco, were delivering a shipment of...
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Robert Mueller’s new exclusive interview has no questions about Russia probe
Former special counsel Robert Mueller sat down for a rare, extensive interview that debuts Wednesday — but doesn’t include a single question about his role in the Russia investigation. The 76-year-old longest serving FBI director since J. Edgar Hoover was a guest on the podcast “The Oath” hosted by Chuck Rosenberg, a former federal prosecutor...
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Suspects sought for assaulting bowling alley employees over mask rules
A group of customers at a Maryland bowling alley who refused to wear face masks assaulted two employees when they were asked to leave, police said. A manager at Bowl America in Glen Burnie was knocked to the ground with a punch outside the bowling alley after escorting a group of eight men outside late...
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Trump threatens to veto defense bill if Congress doesn’t repeal Section 230
The commander-in-chief issued the threat via Twitter Tuesday evening, in which he called on the House and Senate to include language repealing Big Tech's immunity in their military funding measure.
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Trump teases 2024 run at White House Christmas party
President Trump hinted during a holiday reception Tuesday evening at the White House of running for office again in 2024 – as he continues to allege widespread voter fraud in this year’s election. “It’s been an amazing four years,” the president told the crowd, which included many Republican National Committee members. “We’re trying to do...
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Ex-Google chief says this age is when kids are the smartest
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has launched a quest to find the 100 brightest youngsters around the globe – and said the magic age for identifying possible wunderkinds is 16. “The sooner we can get the next generation in charge, given all the errors we have made, the better,” Schmidt, 65, told Time. “They are generally...
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Miracle baby found alive in Mexican morgue has died
A newborn baby was miraculously found alive inside a Mexican morgue, but tragically died after five weeks in a neonatal intensive care unit, according to a report.
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Video shows horrifying road-rage shooting in Michigan
The footage from Sterling Heights shows a woman getting into a black SUV and backing up -- only to be cut off by a pickup truck.
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Minnesota pastor charged with molesting 17-year-old
A Minnesota pastor who cofounded a Christian church with his wife has been charged with molesting a 17-year-old girl, according to reports.
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China refuses to apologize over ‘repugnant’ Australian soldier image
China is refusing to apologize over a doctored image shared by its foreign policy spokesman showing an Australian soldier killing an Afghan child. In demanding an apology, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Beijing should be “utterly ashamed” over the “repugnant” image. But China only shot back. “The accusations made are simply to serve two...
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Swedish mom arrested for allegedly holding son captive for 28 years 
A 70-year-old Swedish mom has been arrested for keeping her 41-year-old son locked up inside their filthy apartment for nearly three decades — leaving him covered in sores and barely able to walk, officials said Tuesday. The son had allegedly been held captive for 28 years when he was found by a relative Sunday in...
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Rahm Emanuel emerges as thorny candidate for Biden transportation post
Rahm Emanuel, the former Chicago mayor, Illinois congressman and Obama White House chief of staff, is being strongly considered to run Joe Biden’s Department of Transportation, according to reports. Emanuel’s infrastructure chops include the development of a $2.3 billion railway extension project in Chicago and the renewal of the city’s two aging airports during his...
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Nurses at New Rochelle hospital strike amid COVID-19 surge
Hundreds of nurses at a Westchester County hospital went on strike Tuesday — accusing their health-care system of underpaying them and creating dangerous staffing issues amid the surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations. At least 200 nurses from Montefiore hospital in New Rochelle walked off the job in a two-day strike as contract negotiations stalled between the...
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Neera Tanden deletes over a thousand tweets amid Biden OMB nomination
Biden’s pick to run the Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden, appears to have deleted over 1,000 tweets since Nov. 1, after posts targeting lawmakers whose vote she will need for confirmation resurfaced. Tanden, a longtime Clinton advisor and president of the Center for American Progress, is an avid tweeter. She has used the...
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LA mayor slammed for halting COVID testing for movie production
The "She's All That" remake was apparently more important than curbing the pandemic. 
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Boy killed by vehicle on highway after soldier forces him to exit car: cops
An Army soldier forced his girlfriend’s misbehaving 5-year-old son to get out of his car along an Alabama highway in the dark, where the youngster was fatally struck by another vehicle, authorities said. Bryan Starr, a 35-year-old active-duty soldier at Fort Benning in Georgia, is facing a murder charge in the death of his longtime...
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EU reports greenhouse gas emissions down 24 percent since 1990
BRUSSELS — Greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union have been reduced by 24 percent compared to 1990 levels, according to the bloc’s annual climate report, but the EU said Monday it still needs to intensify efforts to keep to its target of making Europe the first climate-neutral continent by mid-century. The EU’s executive arm...
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Chinese artist behind fake image of Australian soldier says he’d make more
A Chinese graphic artist who created a doctored image of a grinning Australian soldier holding a knife to the throat of an Afghan child said he would come up with another one after being “scolded,” according to a report. Fu Yu, who also is known as Qilin, created the fake image to criticize Australia, whose...
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Photo shows Australian soldier drinking out of Taliban fighter’s prosthetic leg
A disturbing photograph has emerged of a member of Australia’s special forces guzzling beer from the prosthetic leg of a dead Taliban soldier at an unauthorized bar in Afghanistan, according to a report. The senior elite soldier, who is still on active duty, was captured in the sick sculling act at the Fat Lady’s Arms...
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Pfizer, BioNTech seek COVID-19 vaccine approval in Europe
Pfizer and BioNTech have asked European regulators for conditional approval of their experimental coronavirus vaccine — and officials say they could make a decision by the end of the month. The companies said they submitted an application to the European Medicines Agency on Monday for a conditional marketing authorization for their COVID-19 shot, which was...
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No charges to be filed in death of Cornell freshman ‘hazed’ at frat party
No criminal charges will be filed in the death of a Cornell University freshman whose body was found in an Ithaca gorge last year after a frat party where he was allegedly hazed and forced to guzzle alcohol, police said Monday. Cornell University Police Department investigators concluded their year-long probe and found no evidence of...
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Thief steals car tire, swaps it with frozen turkey
That’s a fowl move. A suspect stole a Milwaukee man’s car tire last Monday and left the vehicle propped atop a frozen turkey. “I’ve never seen anything like this before,” the victim told Fox 6 News. “I heard of people putting bricks, but I’ve never heard of a turkey underneath.” The man said he discovered...
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Scott Atlas resigns as Trump COVID-19 adviser
Dr. Scott Atlas, President Trump’s controversial special adviser on the coronavirus pandemic, resigned on Monday, according to a report. Atlas was serving on the White House coronavirus task force on a 130-day Special Government Employee detail, and his role was set to expire this week. In his resignation letter obtained by Fox News, Atlas said...
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