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Trump: NYC crime ‘out of control’ while de Blasio paints 5th Ave
President Trump tore into New York City leaders on Monday for painting “Black Lives Matter” on 5th Avenue while shootings skyrocket in the city. Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday helped paint the slogan in front of Trump Tower. “In one recent week in New York City, this is hard to believe, shootings were up to...
Brazilian native leader fights off coronavirus to take on the President
Crisanto Rudzö Tseremeywá lost both parents to coronavirus. He blames President Jair Bolsonaro for failing to take care of his people.
MTA may still need to raise fares and tolls, even with federal bailout, watchdog says
The MTA may need to raise fares and tolls and completely reassess its "unrealistic" $55 billion modernization plan -- even if it receives billions in federal bailouts, according to a new analysis.
NBA star Russell Westbrook tests positive for coronavirus
CNN's Andy Scholes reports on Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook announcing he tested positive for Covid-19.
Doctor: White House Covid-19 claim totally devoid of humanity
CNN's Brianna Keilar and Dr. Peter Hotez discuss White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany repeating President Trump's claim that when more testing is done for coronavirus, more cases are found.
Ghislaine Maxwell wrapped cellphone in foil to ‘evade detection,’ feds say
She was foiled regardless. Ghislaine Maxwell kept a cellphone wrapped in foil to try to shield her location while hiding out on a sprawling New Hampshire estate, prosecutors revealed Monday. FBI agents discovered the amateurish attempt at counter-surveillance during a security sweep of the secluded mansion where Maxwell was busted earlier this month, according to...
'Young and the Restless' co-creators' Malibu home sells for $18.3 million
The longtime Malibu Colony compound of 'The Young and the Restless' co-creators Lee Phillip Bell and William J. Bell has sold for $18.275 million.
Gun-wielding St. Louis couple offered free AR-15 after weapons seized
The St. Louis couple who went viral for brandishing a rifle and a handgun at Black Lives Matter protesters last month are getting offers for a free AR-15, an attorney claims. Personal-injury attorneys Mark and Patrick McCloskey, who were caught on video June 28 protecting their St. Louis mansion with guns as protesters marched toward...
Travelers from states on quarantine list must submit form, or face $2K fine: Cuomo
Travelers flying to New York from the 19 states experiencing an uptick in coronavirus cases on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 14-day quarantine list will now have to fill out a special identification form upon landing — or else face a $2,000 fine. “We have done a quarantine for the highest risk infection states, we know there’s...
UFC adds Randy Costa vs. Journey Newson to Sept. 26 event
A bantamweight matchup between Randy Costa and Journey Newson is the latest addition to the UFC's Sept. 26 event.       Related StoriesDespite rankings, Calvin Kattar didn't hesitate to accept UFC on ESPN 13 fight vs. Dan IgeMakwan Amirkhani has title run in mind after second straight anaconda choke winEmotional Abdul Razak Alhassan hopes accusers face karma: 'I really hope they get what they deserve'
23 million Americans could soon face evictions
1 in 5 U.S. renters in jeopardy as extra federal unemployment benefits run out and eviction moratoriums come to an end.
California orders statewide shutdown of many indoor operations
Indoor operations for restaurants, movie theaters and other businesses are to close as the pandemic spikes in the Golden State.
Florida has more Covid-19 than most countries in the world. These stats show how serious the problem is
What should be a booming tourist destination this time of year is now riddled with outbreaks of coronavirus, dwarfing New York state and even entire countries in some metrics.
John Travolta’s first love died of breast cancer 43 years before Kelly Preston
Kelly Preston’s death from breast cancer Monday was a tragic end to her 29-year marriage to John Travolta, which bore three children: Ella Bleu, Benjamin and the late Jett, who died in 2009 of a seizure. Preston’s passing at 57 is, sadly, not the first time 66-year-old Travolta has lost a significant other to breast...
Rep. Biggs trashes Russia investigation as 'thoroughly discredited and debunked' after Mueller op-ed
Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., told “America’s Newsroom” on Monday that he thinks former Special Counsel Robert Mueller felt compelled to defend his actions in an op-ed over the weekend because “his investigation has been thoroughly discredited and debunked.”
Amber Heard had bruises on neck after ‘night with Elon Musk’: bldg. worker
Depp, 57, is currently suing Britain’s The Sun newspaper for libel over a 2018 article that referred to him as a “wife beater,’’ denying he ever assaulted Heard, 34.
Christian McCaffrey celebrates ‘queen’ Olivia Culpo for SI Swimsuit cover
Proud boyfriend alert!
How problematic is Trump’s Roger Stone commutation? Just ask William Barr.
Barr said in his confirmation hearing last year that a president couldn't give a pardon in exchange for someone promising not to incriminate them.
Seniors recreate iconic album covers during lockdown
Amid four months of coronavirus lockdowns, the activities coordinator at Sydmar Lodge Care in the U.K. had senior residents recreate iconic album covers from David Bowie to Taylor Swift.
National French Fry Day is today. Here's where to grab free fries
Today is National French Fry Day and not even coronavirus can ruin America's love affair with the crispy golden spuds.
Mark Meadows feeding information to staffers to identify leakers: report
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has told several staffers that he has been feeding specific pieces of information to possible leakers to figure out who is divulging to the media, according to a new report. Meadows has been “unusually vocal” about his tactics to weed out those acting as news sources, Axios reported...
South Korea split over Seoul mayor’s harassment allegations after his death
South Korea split over Seoul mayor Park Won-soon sexual harassment allegations after his death.
Kim Jong-un’s Sister Just Put an End to Trump’s Nuclear Talks
Even the smallest concessions are off the table now.
What’s Behind Neil Gorsuch’s Stunning Win for Indigenous People
The conservative justice has a soft spot for tribal rights and proved it last week with the landmark Oklahoma decision.
Comet Neowise to become visible in the evening sky this week
It's the brightest comet in 23 years.
Fox Sports inks Greg Olsen to future NFL game analyst gig
The frenzied NFL TV free-agency market continues to move as Fox Sports has signed All-Pro tight end Greg Olsen to be its future No. 2 NFL game analyst, The Post has learned. The move will make Olsen the partner for Kevin Burkhardt after he retires from the NFL. Olsen, 35, was going to leave the...
Santa Anita experiences a surge in COVID-19 cases
Thirty-eight people at Santa Anita are confirmed as having the coronavirus infection and 10 are symptomatic, L.A. County Public Health Department said.
Migrant Mother Given A Choice: Leave Her Newborn In U.S. Or Return To Mexico Together
As the Trump administration has effectively shut down the asylum system at the border during the pandemic, one mother was given the choice to go to Mexico with or without her newborn, a U.S. citizen.
Seattle mayor: police cuts plan 'not responsible'
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responding to a push by the Seattle City Council to cut the police force's budget by 50 percent. Such a cut could "decimate" the department's ability to respond to emergencies, Durkan said Monday. (July 13)
Navajo Nation releases statement on Washington Redskins retiring team name, logo
The Washington Redskins announced Monday that they will change their team name and logo after about 87 years of using it, in the wake of corporate and public pressure to ditch the moniker over racial connotations.
Democrat sheriff says defunding police means 'you won’t find good men and women willing to do this job'
A Democrat sheriff in Arizona on Sunday slammed the notion advocated by Black Lives Matter protesters to defund the police, arguing that demonizing law enforcement will lead to “lawlessness” and “change the entire dynamic of who we are as a nation” because then you “won’t find good men and women willing to do this job.”
White House slams AOC’s ‘preposterous’ claim that economy behind crime wave
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doubled down Monday on her claim that record unemployment and economic woes caused by the coronavirus pandemic are fueling an increase in violent crime in New York City — a theory the White House mocked as “preposterous.” “I do think that even when you talk about violent crime, I don’t think that...
Ask a Reporter: Molly Hennessy-Fiske on covering George Floyd protests and COVID-19
Join us at 1 p.m. July 14 with reporter Molly Hennessy-Fiske to talk about her reporting from the George Floyd protests in Minneapolis and COVID-19 hospital units.
Yong: Spike in Covid-19 cases 'was predictable'
Ed Yong, top science and health writer at The Atlantic, discusses the latest surge in Covid-19 cases in America and the work towards a vaccine.
Amid rising coronavirus cases, the Trump campaign struggles to get its rally machine going
With just four months until Election Day, the Trump campaign is struggling to deploy what was supposed to be a chief feature of the President's reelection effort -- the signature Trump rally.
Los Angeles schools to resume online classes in fall amid resurging coronavirus
The Los Angeles Unified School District on Monday announced that it will not be opening its facilities to students in the fall but will resume classes online.
Los Angeles, San Diego schools to resume online classes in fall due to jump in coronavirus cases
California's two largest school districts announced Monday that they would not be opening its facilities to students in the fall but will resume classes online.
Covid-19 immunity from antibodies may last only months, study suggests
A statue of the Virgin Mary was set on fire at a Boston church
The Boston Police Department is conducting an arson investigation after a statue of the Virgin Mary was set on fire at a church in the city's Dorchester neighborhood.
Trump believes Native American community ‘would be very angry’ over Redskins name change, McEnany says
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Monday that President Trump believes the Native American community would be “very angry” over the Washington Redskins changing their name.
AOC’s dishonest, callous answer to NYC’s surging street violence
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s reaction to the surge of violence in the city she represents is dishonest, callous and naive. “Do we think this has to do with the fact that there’s record unemployment in the United States right now?” the progressive said in a town hall Thursday. “Maybe this has to do with the fact...
Federal execution would be first in 17 years
The federal government could carry out the first federal execution in nearly two decades on Monday, over the objection of the family of the victims. (July 13)
McEnany says Trump, Fauci have 'good' relationship
After days of White House attacks on the credibility of Dr. Anthony Fauci, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany insists President Donald Trump and the nation's top infectious disease specialist have always had a "very good working relationship." (July 13)
Breonna Taylor's mother: 'People don't hear these stories about Black women'
The mothers of Ahmaud Arbery, Antwon Rose, Botham Jean, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Breonna Taylor spoke with "Good Morning America."
Car crashes through front door of Taco Bell
That’s not the drive-thru.
I’m a Conservative Woman Who Doesn’t Believe in Causal Sex. I’m Horny Constantly.
Can a celibate person have a sex addiction?
Move gains steam to drop ‘Plantation’ from city, state names
Amid a nationwide reckoning over racial inequality following the death of George Floyd – and the protests that followed – officials are taking a second look not only at controversial symbols like Confederate statues but the names of their own communities.
Do Republicans really want 'a bigger tent' party?
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was asked on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday what his vision for the future of the Republican Party looks like. Here's part of what he said (bolding is mine):