Subway pulls controversial $10-for-2 deal amid franchisee revolt

Subway’s grand plan to bring back the $5 footlong has fallen flat, The Post has learned. America’s biggest restaurant chain on Tuesday told its franchisees that it would be ending its controversial offer to sell any two subs for $10 because the deal wasn’t increasing profits for mom-and-pop owners, who revolted against it from the...
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John Travolta lost girlfriend Diana Hyland to breast cancer decades before Kelly Preston
Kelly Preston’s death from breast cancer on Sunday wasn’t the first time John Travolta lost someone to the disease.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is more than a soft-roader
Compact crossover designed to take on the great outdoors.
Donnell Rawlings: Dave Chappelle’s July Fourth festival could be released
Rawlings said there's a likelihood the party could wind up as a Netflix special.
New York Judge Clears Publication of Trump Tell-All
In his ruling, Judge Hal B. Greenwald dismissed the argument by the Trump family that a 2001 confidentiality agreement applied to the book, which goes on sale on Tuesday.
Humiliating photos and haymakers: All the dirt from the Johnny Depp libel trial today
In addition to Heard, Depp’s other actress exes Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis are both expected to testify during the three-week trial.
Romney: Stone commutation 'unprecedented, historic corruption'
President Donald Trump commuted the prison sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone, who was convicted of crimes that included lying to Congress in part, prosecutors said, to protect the President.
Rajon Rondo's broken thumb leaves the Lakers with a hole to fill
Lakers coach Frank Vogel says losing Rajon Rondo is huge, but believes other players such as Anthony Davis and Kyle Kuzma will step out to fill in the offensive hole.
'Lady A' lawsuit makes the band look terrible
Elliot Williams writes that the lawsuit filed against Anita White by the band formerly known as Lady Antebellum is complicated and both sides have a legal point, but beyond the legal framework are symbolic questions that make the band look terrible.
Colorado community rallies around coffee shop after thieves vandalize building, steal 'Thin Blue Line' flag
A Colorado community rallied around a local coffee shop this week after thieves stole “Thin Blue Line” flags from the premise and vandalized the building, according to reports.
FDA adds 46 hand sanitizers to list of 'toxic' products positive for methanol
The Food and Drug Administration is warning that dozens of hand sanitizers should be avoided after they tested positive for the toxic substance methanol.
Trump campaign spokesman warns 'American way of life is not safe' if Biden wins in November
Trump 2020 campaign national press secretary Hogan Gidley told "The Story" Monday that the American way of life is at stake in November's presidential election.
White House turns on Fauci as disaster grows out of aggressive state openings
Urgent calls for Trump administration to help with COVID-19 supplies
As coronavirus cases surge across the US, doctors and nurses are telling CNN there's still a dire shortage of protective equipment, especially masks. Critics say the Trump administration isn't properly using a law that could help alleviate the shortage. CNN's Drew Griffin reports
LeBron James, Anthony Davis won't wear social justice message on jerseys
There have been quite a few players across the NBA who have decided to change the last name on the back of their jerseys when the league restarts later this month at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
NYC leaders scramble after heartbreaking shooting death of 1-year-old
The senseless killing of a 1-year-old Brooklyn boy struck by a stray bullet at a family barbecue left city leaders scrambling Monday for solutions to this summer’s epidemic of gun violence. Davell Gardner, just two months shy of his second birthday, was shot in the stomach late Sunday night and succumbed to his wounds in...
Five people wounded in shooting near Brooklyn housing complex
Five people were shot near a Brooklyn housing complex on Monday night, police said. The gunfire rang out at about 6:30 p.m. at the Bayview Houses on Rockaway Parkway near Seaview Avenue in Canarsie, cops said. All of the victims were rushed to area hospitals and expected to survive, according to police. Nearly a dozen...
Texas Senate runoff asks whether what worked for Democrats in 2018 still works in 2020
Many national Democrats support veteran MJ Hegar, but African American state Sen. Royce West is gaining energy from social protests.
The Ford Bronco is back: Ford reveals 2021 Bronco SUV, Bronco Sport
Consumers will see the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport in showrooms later this year and the main Bronco SUV in 2021. Ford last made the Bronco in 1996.
Trina McGee talks making amends with 'Boy Meets World' co-star Danielle Fishel
Trina McGee and Danielle Fishel, co-stars on the sitcom "Boy Meets World," have taken positive steps forward in their relationship.
Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli selling LA mansion $10M under asking price while awaiting sentencing: reports
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are moving on from their posh Bel-Air mansion and the property is now in escrow, according to new reports.
Joe Torre’s surprising Mets know closest thing to 60-game sprint
Inside, away from the deafening roar of his players, the manager of the Mets tried to play it off as just another baseball game. That’s what managers do after all — and it’s certainly what Joe Torre did, what he was famous for doing as a skipper, surely later on. But this wasn’t a dynasty-level...
Body found at lake identified as 'Glee' actress Naya Rivera
Under federal law, Trump doesn't have the power to fire Fauci or remove him from government. That said, the President has ways of sidelining the disease expert.
SI cover girl Jasmine Sanders even checks her mail in a bikini
“I feel a lot more comfortable in a bikini than I do in clothes."
President Trump is standing up for US sovereignty against the global swamp
Last month, President Trump took action to defend US servicemen and women from an illegitimate investigation by the International Criminal Court into their conduct in Afghanistan. The ICC’s efforts are unfounded and mock justice. First and foremost, the United States did not ratify the 1998 Rome Statute that founded the ICC. Successive administrations have stood...
Lisa Rinna celebrates 57th birthday with throwback nude Playboy photo
Lisa Rinna is exposing it all in celebration of the 57th birthday.
Hume recalls Marc Rich pardon, says Dems appalled by Stone commutation should 'consult their own record books'
Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume said on "Special Report" Monday that Democrats outraged over the commutation of Roger Stone’s prison sentence seem to be suffering from a "staggering case of memory loss".
NY judge rules Mary Trump can promote controversial tell-all about president
A New York judge on Monday lifted a temporarily restraining order against Mary Trump that briefly blocked the president’s niece from promoting her highly controversial tell-all book set to be released Tuesday. President Trump has said publication of the book would violate a 2001 nondisclosure agreement his niece had signed as part of a dispute...
Friends and colleagues remember Naya Rivera
Naya Rivera's friends, former cast members and fellow performers have taken to social media upon news of 33-year-old "Glee" star's death to pay tribute to a talent gone too soon.
Democrats’ ominous turn toward a ‘solution’ that means the end of Israel
Does one more diatribe against Israel published by The New York Times matter? In recent years, the Times has had an open-door policy for those who oppose not just the policies of the Israeli government but also the whole idea of a Jewish state. So the publication last week of a piece by Atlantic columnist...
It’s just nuts to praise New York’s ‘success’ against coronavirus
If only the rest of the country could handle COVID as well as New York: That’s the lament of progressive commentators as COVID cases spike in the Sun Belt and the South. Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin hailed New York City the other day after it reported no deaths for the first time during the...
Kelly Preston: John Travolta's 'Grease' co-star Olivia Newton-John says her 'heart breaks' over the loss
Olivia Newton-John has reacted to the death of Kelly Preston, wife to the singer's former "Grease" co-star John Travolta.
‘Glee’ stars, more celebs react after authorities say they are 'confident' they have found Naya Rivera's body
The Ventura County Sheriff's Office confirmed that they believe the body found earlier in the morning to be that of Naya Rivera.
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Snooki helped Tiki Barber get back on the air during a power outage
Barber finished recording “Tiki and Tierney” at Snooki's house, where the "Jersey Shore" star has a generator.
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After 25 years, the Ford Bronco is back
It's been 25 years since the last Ford Bronco was made. Ford is bringing the brand back, with the unveiling of three new off-road-oriented SUVs under the Bronco name. At an online event Monday night, Ford introduced the 2021 Bronco, which will come in a two- and a four-door version, and the smaller Bronco Sport. The new Broncos are engineered for hard off-road driving and include features designed to make it easier to get far from civilization and even stay there for a while.
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2021 Ford Bronco SUV revealed with retro styling and off-road tech
Classic nameplate returns on all-new truck.
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Ford unveils new line of iconic Broncos
Ford is releasing two new versions of its classic Bronco off-road SUV. The 2021 Bronco and Bronco Sport are designed to compete with Jeeps.
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What's on TV Tuesday: The season finale of 'Dirty John'
What's on TV Tuesday, July 14: The season finale of "Dirty John" on USA.
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AOC doubles down amid GOP criticism over take on NYC crime
The congresswoman said Republicans haven't "experienced or seen" poverty.
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Fired federal Manhattan prosecutor argued Trump didn't have legal authority to remove him
Fired US Attorney Geoffrey Berman said he did not believe President Donald Trump had the authority to remove him, but he agreed to step aside once his deputy was named acting US attorney for the Southern District of New York, Berman told a congressional committee last week.
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Kawhi Leonard: It doesn't matter if you put statement on jersey. 'It's about doing the work.'
"It doesn't matter if we have a statement on the back of our jersey. It's about doing the work," Kawhi Leonard said discussing social justice.        
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The ludicrous plot against Fauci
Michael D'Antonio writes that the allegations made by The White House against Dr. Anthony Fauci are incredulous, considering that he has dedicated his career to life-saving work. By contrast, President Trump frequently discredits the work of those serving ethically, especially if their actions go against his wishes.
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Joe Biden: America Is Ready for 'Systemic' and 'Institutional' Changes
Former Vice President Joe Biden told a select group of reporters on Monday that he is confident that he will win the election and that America is ready for "systemic" and "institutional" changes that will transform the country.
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Mary Trump free to promote her tell-all book on uncle President Trump after gag order vacated
In a big win for Mary Trump, Simon & Schuster and the First Amendment, the author is free to talk about her tell-all book on uncle Donald Trump.        
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Dak Prescott and the Cowboys are running out of time for contract extension
Time is running out for the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott to agree on a contract extension with the deadline now just two days away.
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Trump administration weighs blocking TikTok in the U.S.
President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said they are considering a ban of the popular social media app TikTok, citing national security concerns over the platform's ties to the Chinese government. Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson joined CBSN's Errol Barnett to discuss.
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2020 Chicago Marathon canceled due to coronavirus pandemic
The race was originally scheduled for October 11.
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Wear Beijing’s denunciation as a badge of honor
Congratulations to Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) and US Ambassador for Religious Freedom Sam Brownback: You’ve angered the monsters in Beijing. China’s rulers on Monday sanctioned the four pols, plus the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, in an effort at a tit-for-tat after Washington imposed penalties on several Chinese officials...
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