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Aerial photos reveal Rio Grande’s rough waters not deterring migrants — including kids — from trying to get into the US
At least 15 people -- most of them children -- were seen braving the rough waters of the Rio Grande River while making their way from Mexico into Eagle Pass, Tx.
Machete-wielding 83-year-old stabs couple in NYC, leaving man to get about 30 stitches: NYPD
The elderly man was arguing with the woman, 28, and the younger man, 35, around 2 a.m. at 10 Scholes Street near Union Avenue in Brooklyn.
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‘It’s hard on everybody’: Son of deadly Staten Island stabbing victim
The fatal stabbing of a beloved Staten Island octogenarian is "hard on everybody," his heartbroken son told The Post, while authorities said another man left critically injured in the Friday attack has improved.
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MTA rolling out 5 fare-free bus routes beginning Sunday in each NYC borough
The MTA is rolling out a $15 million, taxpayer-funded pilot program Sunday that will provide a fare-free bus route in each of the five boroughs for at least six months.
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NJ eatery bashed by NYT columnist for supposedly outrageous prices creates a special in his honor
After New York Times columnist David Brooks bashed a NJ restaurant for his high bill, the eatery's owner responded by creating a special in his honor.
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Transit union rips congestion pricing as ‘thinly veiled’ MTA cash grab
Transit Workers Union head John Samuelsen said the MTA CEO is "laser focused" on generating revenue from the tolling plan, and not on reducing traffic.
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Queens flooded with more migrants than any other borough, data shows
Queens is bearing the brunt of the Big Apple's migrant crisis, with more settling in the borough than anywhere else in the city, immigration court data shows.
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Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez’ promised anti-Semitism probe fails to launch 
Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez's promised probe of alleged anti-Semitism and other misconduct in his office has so far gone nowhere, The Post has learned.
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Unlicensed migrants, unregistered cars turn NYC shelter neighborhood into demolition derby
Staten Island residents say it’s a free for all near two migrant shelters in their town, where residents barbecue nightly in parking lots filled with unregistered cars and mopeds.
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‘Nasty’ NYC weekend expected as Ophelia delays travel, threatens flash floods
The storm, which made landfall in North Carolina Saturday morning, is expected to bring extended rain, heavy at times with winds gusts of 30-40 MPH. Travel plans have already been thwarted as NYC airports reported delays early Saturday. The city issued a travel warning Friday night and announced it was prepping for flash floods.
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California Gov. Newsom praises Cuomo over handling of pandemic
California Gov. Gavin Newsom praised disgraced ex-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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East Village locals, retailers fed up as elevated crime persists: ‘It doesn’t feel safe’
Many residents and business owners say they're on edge due to spates of random street crime plaguing their neighborhood.
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Queens pol Tony Avella claims to be pro-cop, but backed pro-drug bill
Critics ripped Avella for painting himself as pro-cop despite supporting lefty legislation hampering police from cracking down on public drug use.
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Scandal-scarred nonprofit rakes in over $500K in taxpayer dollars despite multiple probes
Exodus Transitional Community, which helps ex-cons transition back to public life, raked in $538,000 in taxpayer money despite recent scandals.
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Dozens of NYC apartments left without gas after Task Rabbit snafu
Dozens of apartments in an Upper East Side building were without gas for nearly two months -- after a resident's bid to get their television hung on the wall went horribly wrong.
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NYC spending $28M on ‘disease detectives’ to prep for potential polio, ebola, COVID outbreaks
The city has awarded $28 million in two-year contracts to temp agencies to provide 48 licensed lab techs, clinicians and disease investigators.
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Bald Eagle population soars in the ‘most unlikely place’ — NYC
For a century, there wasn't a single bald eagle in New York City. Today there are at least four, and they've hatched up to a dozen eaglets, wildlife experts told The Post.
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Brooklyn court clerk stole nearly $500,000 over a decade, transcript reveals
Lori Argiro-DiPietro, 56, who initially pleaded not guilty when she was indicted in February on grand larceny, misconduct and tampering with public records charges, is accused of voiding cash transactions, then pocketing the money, authorities said.
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Accused EMT killer insists he was home watching ‘Star Wars’ during random stabbing, calls evidence ‘photoshopped’ in jailhouse interview
Peter Zisopoulos was home in his mom's apartment watching "Star Wars" when veteran first responder Alison Russo-Elling, who was months away from retiring, was brutally knifed to death, he said.
Acting NYS Police Superintendent Steven Nigrelli resigns following harassment probe
Acting State Police Superintendent Steven Nigrelli — who faced multiple allegations of being abusive to staffers – resigned Friday after Gov. Kathy Hochul rescinded his bid to hold the post permanently.
NYPD ousts over half a dozen public info cops in ‘massacre’ as new boss takes over
The NYPD has carried out a Saturday night massacre of its own — ousting cops who hold cushy public information jobs to bring in friends of a new regime, according to police sources and paperwork.
Banned at the Beacon: Prohibited items at famed theater include drones, cowbells and ‘clothing’
The famed theater enshrined a list of more than 20 items it now forbids like cowbells, hoverboards, bats, clubs and 'clothing.'
Cardinal Dolan on Biden’s NYC migrant response: ‘He doesn’t take my calls’
The Archbishop of New York, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, told The Post he has reached out to POTUS about the "tragic, broken" migrant system -- to no avail.
Dozens of vendors still swarm Brooklyn Bridge in free-for-all — selling illegal cocktails, pics with live snake: photos
The Post took to the sky last week to document the vending chaos spanning the 1.14-mile-long historic landmark.
Bloodthirsty female sex traffickers with ties to China took cheery selfies just hours after victim beaten with rolling pin: DA
The doe-eyed duo were part of a Flushing-based sex ring that extended all the way to Oregon and included hundreds of sex workers, according to filings in Brooklyn federal court.
PointsBet staffer deemed the ‘new Paige Spiranac’ harassed, groped by horny male clients — and company did nothing to stop it: suit
The incessant harassment culminated in an incident in Atlantic City, when Caroline Weeks claims a drunken customer of PointsBet USA repeatedly tried to touch her, then followed her around a company event at a casino for nearly an hour.
NYC day care owner where tot died after fentanyl exposure duped ex-husband to gain entry to US: family
"She gave a very false impression to my brother that she wanted to be married, so he brought her over from the DR for marriage," her ex-husband's sister told The Post.
NYPD cop who fled civil war in Sierra Leone facing charges over George Floyd riots: ‘It’s like a flash back’
Detective Junior Sesay was forced to relive the horrors of his home country Sierra Leone once more when his patrol car was attacked by during a Brooklyn riot in 2020.
Duct tape-bound girl whisked into car in ‘possible abduction’ in the Bronx: NYPD
Cops are on the hunt for two men who tossed a young girl bound by duct tape into their car in the Bronx Friday.
New Jersey house explosion leaves 5 people hospitalized: police
Staggering areal images of the scene show the home nearly torn to shreds from the explosion, as emergency personnel surrounded the area.