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Andrew Yang: Knicks may have gotten it all wrong again
Andrew Yang is concerned the Knicks’ Tom Thibodeau coaching hire might not be the right fit. Nor is Yang convinced the Knicks new administration can change the team’s fortunes with James Dolan as owner. The former Democratic presidential candidate who participated in seven debates believes he has reason for skepticism. The 45-year-old Westchester native had...
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Man walks out on cancer-stricken wife in hospital after learning she cannot have biological children
A man confessed on Reddit that he left his wife at the hospital after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
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New York gun sales spiked 121 percent in June, study finds
New Yorkers are arming themselves at a record pace. They bought more guns this June than any other June in the past decade, data show. The FBI ran 52,252 background checks for people seeking to buy firearms in the state, a 121 percent increase from June 2019. Most, or 31,003 background checks, were for people...
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Washington Post: Mnuchin and Navarro feuded over TikTok in front of Trump before he signed executive order
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House trade adviser Peter Navarro fought in the Oval Office a week ago over whether the Chinese-owned video-sharing service TikTok should be sold to a US company or banned in the US, The Washington Post reported.
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Hump day in Russia: Dozens of camels now terrorizing towns
Southwestern Russia is stuck in a hump daze. A large group of deranged camels has been terrorizing local villagers in Russia’s Astrakhan region after a pensioner released them onto the surrounding steppe. The 80-strong coven of camels have broken pipes, fences, vandalized gravestones and gardens and chased villagers in the towns of Oranzherei, Fyodorovka, and...
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Anti-cop sentiment is up, but complaints against NYPD are down: CCRB data
Americans are hitting the streets to protest cop violence, but complaints against the NYPD have plummeted, dropping 20% since January and even 4% in the two months since the George Floyd demonstrations, records show. The Civilian Complaint Review Board, the city’s police watchdog, received 814 complaints alleging cop misconduct from May 26 through July 19,...
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Without the Indy 500, some IndyCar teams would have disappeared: 'I'm not sure we would have survived'
Had the 2020 Indianapolis 500 been shelved entirely, it likely would have had long-term implications for the NTT IndyCar Series.       
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Albany pols to grill utilities on handling of recent blackouts
The New York State Legislature is holding a joint hearing to grill utilities to answer for failing to quickly restore power to hundreds of thousands of residents left in the dark after Hurricane Isaias. “Across the state we saw utilities fail and people lose power. Today, we still have thousands and thousands of people waiting...
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Protesters clash with police in Beirut demonstration
Fury mounted in Lebanon in the wake of the massive explosion which devastated much of Beirut, as protesters on Saturday poured into the streets to call for political change. (Aug. 8)       
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Reds vs. Brewers prediction: Anthony DeSclafani will stifle Milwaukee
So did Con Ed turn your power back on yet? If not Mayor de Blasio, in another of his look this way not that way programs, is expanding locations this weekend for outdoor dining. Good timing as there is only a 20 percent chance of showers and only a 2 percent chance of stray gunfire. Stitches...
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Sabah Homasi dedicates Bellator 243 victory to people of Lebanon
UNCASVILLE, Conn. — [autotag]Sabah Homasi[/autotag] went through Bellator 243 fight week with a heavy heart, as the Lebanese-American competitor learned of the explosion which killed nearly 150 people and injured thousands in the Middle Eastern country's capital of Beirut. (...)      Related StoriesTimothy Johnson wants to make title run, lose journeyman label following Bellator 243 winCris Lencioni still isn't a fan of 'sore loser' AJ Agazarm after Bellator 243 victoryMichael Chandler says self-belief key to McGregor's success, but 'I finish Conor in under two' 
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Remains of Marines, sailor recovered after accident during training exercise
US Marine Corps officials said the remains, recovered Friday, will be transferred to Dover Air Base in Delaware to be prepared for burial, then released to their families, CNN reported.
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FAA workers told 'don’t rock the boat’ with Boeing, faced pressure to keep quiet about safety concerns
The findings came in a report during an ongoing Congressional inquiry into the FAA's approval of the Boeing 737 Max, which remains grounded since two deadly crashes less than five months apart.
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Trump to sign executive orders after stimulus talks broke down on Capitol Hill
President Donald Trump will sign executive orders on Saturday after stimulus discussions broke down this week on Capitol Hill, two senior White House officials told CNN.
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The advice remote Mets coach gave to struggling Pete Alonso
Convincing the Mets’ premier slugger to stop focusing on home runs is Chili Davis’ great challenge. Over the last few days, the Mets hitting coach would like to believe Pete Alonso got the message. “I think Pete was pressing a little bit, but I think the last couple of games Pete played, that was more...
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Best star snaps of the week: Nude readers, Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa
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Meet the psychic that big-money Wall Street traders depend on
When it comes to playing the stock market, buttoned-up bankers are turning to a new form of market analysis before hedging their bets: A New York City tarot-card reader. Psychic Hae Jun “HeyJune” Jeon is being tapped by dozens of big-money players in finance and tech for advice on how to invest. “I’ve had many...
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250 students and staff quarantined in Georgia school district after one week of school
After one week of school, more than 250 students at staff in Cherokee County, Georgia, must quarantine due to potential exposure to COVID-19.       
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Trump to sign coronavirus relief executive orders Saturday to help unemployed Americans, renters
President Trump will sign executives orders Saturday aimed at delivering relief to Americans struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, Fox News has learned.
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Washington releases RB Guice after domestic violence arrest
The Washington Football Team released running back Derrius Guice on Friday after he was charged in multiple domestic violence incidents.
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NY Dems push for law mandating 500 hours of training for ‘shampoo assistants’
Washing hair is about to get a lot more complicated if a trio of Albany Democrats have their way. A new bill moving through the State Assembly and Senate will require “shampoo assistants” working in hair salons to complete a minimum of 500 hours of a 1,000-hour course in cosmetology. The completion of 500 hours...
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New dating app for cat lovers launches on International Cat Day
A new dating app called Tabby launched on Saturday and its premise is to bring owners of the furry friends together in their own quest for love.
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Murder hornets spotted in Britain — and experts are fearing the worst
The Giant Asian Hornets have been spotted in Devon and environmentalists are worried they could spread across the country.
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Be careful what you wish for, Mr. President
As anyone who has seen his interviews with Fox News' Chris Wallace or Jonathan Swan of Axios knows, it's clear why the President prefers his campaign rallies over one-on-one Q&As -- he does not fare well when challenged, writes Julian Zelizer.
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Susan Rice dismisses Republican ‘harping’ on Benghazi amid pandemic: ‘Fine, let them’
Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice, rumored to be on Joe Biden’s running mate shortlist, is dismissing what she has described as “harping” from Republicans on her role in the Obama administration's response to the 2012 Benghazi terror attack.
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Mets vs. Marlins prediction: All signs point to the Under
The New York Mets and Miami Marlins are two teams that know about chaos. The Mets will look to an under-the-radar starter on Saturday night, while Miami was still undecided who will be on the mound at Citi Field. David Peterson will be making his third career big-league start for the Mets after going at...
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Ben Simmons needs surgery in devastating 76ers blow
Ben Simmons is headed back to the operating room. The 76ers star will undergo surgery to remove a loose body from his left knee, according to multiple reports Saturday. He will leave the NBA’s bubble for the procedure as the 76ers will have to head to the playoffs without him. The 24-year-old had suffered a...
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UK monarchy depends on William and Harry healing their rift, book reveals
Palace staffers were so worried about the feud between the two brothers following Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle that it was the hot topic of discussion at a summit in the spring of 2019.
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Navy Shipbuilder and Union Reach Tentative Agreement to End 6-Week Strike in Maine
The shipyard is a major employer in Maine with 6,800 workers
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Joe Biden launches super PAC in Texas in fight to ‘turn state blue’
A new super PAC has launched in the Lone Star state dedicated to doing just that. Blue Texas PAC officially went online Friday.
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Clashes between police and protesters continue in Beirut
Security forces fired tear gas and clashed with stone-throwing demonstrators Saturday in Lebanon's capital amid mounting fury over the massive explosion that devastated much of the city and killed nearly 160 people. (Aug. 8)       
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Sixers' Ben Simmons will undergo surgery on left knee after suffering injury vs. Wizards
Sixers forward Ben Simmons needs surgery after dislocating his kneecap Wednesday against the Wizards, and Philadelphia has no timeline for his return.        
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TikTok is planning to sue the Trump administration as early as Tuesday, according to a report
TikTok will file a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California early next week, according to NPR.      
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Britain faces record migrant influx via English Channel, demands France crack down
Britain and France are discussing how best to handle the crisis, with Britain accusing France of not doing enough.
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Protest at Copacabana Beach highlights pandemic
Protest at Copacabana Beach highlights pandemic       
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LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Clippers' super subs among NBA Awards finalists
LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams are among the finalists named for the annual NBA Awards.
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Meet the real people behind these famous Norman Rockwell paintings
Meet the people who posed for some of Norman Rockwell's most iconic paintings
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Spain’s former king Juan Carlos had nearly 5,000 lovers, says retired colonel
Last week Spain’s former king abruptly left the country where he is at the center of investigations into alleged bribery and money laundering. The news, delivered by Juan Carlos, 82, in a personal letter to his son King Felipe VI, seemed to send shock waves throughout Spain when it was posted on the palace’s website...
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Darryl Strawberry says Alex Rodriguez would be ‘incredible’ Mets owner in candid interview
New York baseball icon, former Met and Yankee, and four-time World Series champion Darryl Strawberry takes a swing at some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: Who are sluggers in today’s game you enjoy watching? A: Pete [Alonso] was definitely one. I enjoyed watching him last year. To be able to hit the ball...
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NASA drops "insensitive" nicknames for cosmic objects
The space agency will no longer use nicknames like "Eskimo Nebula" or "Siamese Twins Galaxy."
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U.K. Military Asked to Help Stem Surge of Migrants Crossing the English Channel
Britain’s Conservative government has talked tough after dozens of crossings by migrants during recent weeks
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Democratic House candidate in Massachusetts apologizes after being accused of inappropriate behavior
A Democratic candidate for US House in Massachusetts has apologized after three college groups accused him of using his position of power to pursue romantic or sexual relationships with students.
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Satellite images show oil spill disaster unfolding in Mauritius
Desperate efforts are underway to contain an oil spill polluting the archipelago's iconic reefs and protected ecosystems.
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What a WeChat ban would mean for Americans
For Zhang Lianping, a 72-year-old retired small business owner in College Park, Maryland, WeChat is a lifeline for staying in touch with relatives, old classmates and friends spread across Beijing, Shandong and Liaoning provinces in China.
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TikTok reportedly plans to sue Trump administration in California court
TikTok will file a federal lawsuit against the Trump administration to challenge last week’s executive order banning the video-sharing app from the United States, according to a report. The suit, which is slated to be filed in California where the company has its U.S. operations, could land on Tuesday, a source told NPR Saturday. The...
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Nick Cannon support Kanye’s presidential bid: ‘We need another black man in power’
Mariah Carey's ex, Nick Cannon, is supporting Kanye West’s run for president, saying America needs another black man in office.
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Major League Soccer teams to return to play in home markets beginning Aug. 12
MLS hasn't even finished its tournament yet, but on Saturday commissioner Don Garber announced the teams will return to play in home markets.        
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Children Can Get Severe COVID-19, CDC Says — Especially Black And Hispanic Children
One out of three children hospitalized for the coronavirus were admitted to the intensive care unit, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said, analyzing data from 14 states.
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