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Arrest warrant out for rapper Lil Mosey over skipped court date
Mosey was slated to appear in court Wednesday for an appearance over a second-degree rape charge and never showed up, making him a now-more wanted man.
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Mayoral candidate Ray McGuire calls for reopened schools, pre-k for toddlers
Mayoral candidate Ray McGuire pitched an ambitious plan to expand New York City’s pre-kindergarten programs to cover toddlers as part of his push to overhaul and improve the public school system — and help fuel the Big Apple’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. “I’m doing 0-K. We know from the assessment that we talked about...
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‘Mortal Kombat’ review: After a serious year, it’s silly, gory fun
You’ve gotta hand it to Warner Bros. With their new reboot of “Mortal Kombat,” the studio has given audiences the anti-Oscars.
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Inside Sean Hannity’s new $5.3M Palm Beach home next door to Donald Trump
Photos of the three-bedroom, five-bathroom pad's previous design look straight out of a scene from the film "Boogie Nights."
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Listen to Episode 45 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Mets’ Defensive Concerns feat. Lenny Harris
The Bears played at Wrigley Field Wednesday …the Bad News Bears, disguised as the New York Mets. Don’t show that game film to anyone who is trying to learn how to play defense or pitch. A 16-4 loss isn’t pretty, but the Mets are still 7-6 and in first place in the NL East. There’s...
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Letters to the Editor — April 23, 2021
The Issue: A suspect freed without bail after allegedly trying to shove an Asian cop onto the subway tracks. Every state legislator who supported the lame-brained bail-reform laws should note the insanity of their handiwork, knowing that a racist who allegedly targeted and tried to kill an Asian man in the subway is walking away...
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David Spade, Chris Rock surprise crowd at reopened Comedy Cellar
The Comedy Cellar is well and truly buzzing again.
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Gotham’s next mayor could turn NYC into America’s small-biz capital
New York City should be the best place in America to start and run a business. In truth, Gotham is ranked dead last in the ease of becoming an entrepreneur, according to Thumbtack, a firm that connects freelance pros with clients. The Big Apple has the highest rate of small-business closure in the country. Meanwhile,...
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Alex Smith’s comeback was nearly ‘sabotaged’ by Washington coaches
Alex Smith said the Washington Football Team’s first-year coaching staff was “patronizing” during his return from an injury that nearly required leg amputation and prematurely ended his NFL career.
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Will the Times apologize for lying about Officer Sicknick’s death?
An unruly crowd entered the US Capitol on Jan. 6, while then-President Donald Trump addressed a rally several blocks away. One member of that crowd, Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed woman and a veteran, was shot by the Capitol Police. The next day, Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died in the hospital. On Jan. 8, The New York Times reported...
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Prince Harry lunches with LA power player on Queen Elizabeth’s birthday
A source told us, "They sat outside, far from other people, and Harry came in wearing a mask."
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Lourdes Leon opens up about high school romance with Timothée Chalamet
Lourdes Leon is stepping out of her mom’s shadow. Madonna’s 24-year-old daughter opened up about her career ambitions in a new interview — where she also dished about her high school romance with Timothée Chalamet. The trained dancer and model confirmed to Vanity Fair that Chalamet, 25, was her “first boyfriend,” back when the two...
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Expectation-defying Knicks are a gift to New York fans
It is hard to imagine a time when we needed this more, frankly, this flabbergasting, dumbfounding, out-of-the-(orange-and)-blue surprise of a Knicks season. Forget the way our world at-large has been upended the last year. Let’s just keep it to our little sporting corner of that solar system. Let’s remember what these last few years have...
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Bruno Mars’ universe of collaborators, from Adele to Alicia Keys
The 11-time Grammy winner has a long history of sharing his finesse as a writer, producer and featured singer with other artists. Here are just some of the acts — from Adele to Alicia Keys — who have been touched by Mars’ magic.
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There’s a better way than Biden’s unrealistic, expensive climate pledge
For the past 30 years, the global approach to climate policy has been making grand promises and later mostly failing to live up to them. At his World Leaders Climate Summit, President Biden promised to cut about twice as much carbon as what Obama promised, which was hailed as decisive and bold climate action.
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Cops step in to stop partner that punched handcuffed female suspect in head
Two California cops stepped in to stop a third officer from roughing up a handcuffed female suspect in an incident caught on video. In the clip, which was obtained by TMZ, the police were detaining a handcuffed woman on the side of an Orange County road Wednesday, when she fell to the ground. One of...
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Rangers flipping Chris Kreider, Alexis Lafreniere in line shakeup
Maybe it is about demoting Chris Kreider, maybe it is about elevating Alexis Lafreniere, maybe it is about shaking up a lineup that has been a model of stability for weeks, other than for a tweak or two. But the Rangers broke up both the Kreider-Mika Zibanejad-Pavel Buchnevich first line and the Lafreniere-Filip Chytil-Kaapo Kakko...
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Reality Steve apologizes to Demi Burnett for sharing ‘graphic sex dream’
"I crossed boundaries I didn’t think at the time I was crossing," Steve tweeted after Demi Burnett alleged he made unwanted sexual advances toward her.
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Team Cuomo is now just piling lies atop lies
Gone are the days when Emmy Award-winning Gov. Andrew Cuomo made himself king of the news briefing, answering reporters’ questions face-to-socially-distanced-face all the day long about COVID-19 and his “leadership” during a pandemic. Now he insists on virtual-only press conferences, and his staff cuts the feed mid-question of any reporter who dares challenge him —...
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The feds’ foolish J&J vax pause is already undermining the war on COVID
A little more than a week ago, federal officials called for a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine. The decision came after reports of six cases of a blood clot in the veins of the brain, called cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, or CVST. That’s six out of more than 7 million...
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Wild video shows livestock ride alongside human passengers on Chinese train
And you thought the New York City subway was wild… Bizarre new video shows pigs, goats and sheep strolling the aisles of a train in China — coexisting peacefully with regular riders. The footage shows the livestock being shepherded through the train cars as some human commuters barely seem to notice. Goats and pigs wander...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Rutherford Falls’ On Peacock, Where Ed Helms And Michael Schur Team For A Comedy About A Town In The Middle Of A Culture Clash
Jana Schmieding co-stars with Helms in a new comedy that was co-created by Helms, Schur and Sierra Teller Ornelas.
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Stocks drop on Biden’s plan to double capital gains tax for wealthy
Stocks tumbled Thursday on a report that President Biden is mulling a plan to nearly double what wealthy people pay on their investment gains. A Bloomberg News report that Biden wants to raise the capital gains tax to as much as 39.6 percent for people earning at least $1 million chopped 321 points off the...
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Brooke Shields shares stunning nude photo in honor of Earth Day 2021
The 55-year-old model showed off her backside while posing on the beach, encouraging others to "celebrate your love for the planet."
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Journalists pray for miracle to stave off Tribune takeover by Alden
Now that talks have broken off between Tribune Publishing and hotel magnate Stewart Bainum, the newspaper company’s journalists are hoping for a miracle to derail a $634 million bid by cost-cutting hedge fund Alden that will give it control of the New York Daily News, the Hartford Courant, the Chicago Tribune and other Tribune papers....
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Man who allegedly threatened Olympian charged with hate crime for attacking Asian couple
A homeless man has been charged with a hate crime for attacking an elderly Asian couple at a California park — and is also being investigated for allegedly threatening a Japanese-American Olympian, prosecutors and police said. Michael Orlando Vivona, a 26-year-old transient believed to be living out of his car, was arrested Sunday on hate...
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Earth Day almost had a totally different name
Earth Day was almost dead in the water before it started, thanks to the laughably bad name organizers originally had in mind for the annual event. A bi-partisan pair of lawmakers spearheaded the national campaign to raise awareness of the growing environmental movement in 1970, however their branding talents failed to live up to their...
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Hayley Hasselhoff had to wear her own lingerie for historic Playboy cover
Hayley Hasselhoff had to wear her own lingerie for her history-making Playboy Germany cover, because the magazine didn't have anything in her size.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Greta Thunberg: A Year To Change The World’ On PBS And Hulu, Where The Teenage Climate Activist Gives Her Message Around The World
A new docuseries shows Thunberg's travels around the world as she sees the affects of climate change in person.
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Donovan awarded $1.5M in taxpayer funds for mayoral bid despite dad’s $2M to PAC
Candidate Shaun Donovan’s long-shot bid to replace Mayor Bill de Blasio next year got a financial shot in the arm Thursday when the Campaign Finance Board voted to award nearly $1.5 million in public matching funds after receiving sworn statements that a super PAC bankrolled by his dad was not coordinating with his campaign. Last...
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