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Yankees starter Luis Severino’s live BP session delayed
Rehabbing Yankees starter Luis Severino was scheduled to throw a batting practice session, but that has been pushed back after the right-hander woke up with a stiff back.
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Gerrit Cole is the perfect elixir for stressed Yankees
Gerrit Cole gave the Yankees just what they needed.
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Biden to press: ‘I’m not supposed to be answering all these questions’
President Joe Biden didn't shy away from the numerous questions from members of the media as he addressed a variety of topics including the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, the ongoing violence in the Middle East between Israel and Hamas and infrastructure legislation.
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Teen, 11-year-old busted in robbery of elderly Asian man
An 80-year-old Asian man was attacked by a 17-year-old San Leandro teen and 11-year-old on May 8, 2021. According to police, the attackers had been involved in several crimes in the area.
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Lindsey Graham rips Biden’s ‘naive,’ ‘weak’ response to Colonial Pipeline cyberattack
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) became the latest prominent Republican to slam the Biden administration Wednesday over their response to the ransomware attack that shut down the Colonial Pipeline for five days.
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Stylist to the stars Zerina Akers talks to Jalen Rose about dressing Beyoncé
Does Beyoncé love a good bargain? My recent guest on “Renaissance Man” said that Queen Bey isn’t married to high-end labels and crazy price tags. If it’s cool, she’ll wear it, according to stylist to the stars and frequent Bey dresser and collaborator, Zerina Akers. “I’ve always appreciated that she never really cared if something...
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Julius Randle wants to ‘retire as a New York Knick’
Julius Randle said he wants to "retire as a New York Knick."
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NYPD cop shot three times in Brooklyn; suspect in custody
An NYPD cop was shot around 11:15 p.m. in Bushwick near Macon Street and Howard Avenue. The suspect has been arrested and both officer and suspect have been taken to the hospital.
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NY Rep. Elise Stefanik makes her pitch to conservatives ahead of leadership vote
Elise Stefanik, a representative of New York, sought to ease the skepticism of conservatives in an effort on why she should succeed Rep. Liz Cheney as Conference chair.
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Cryptocurrency market tanks after Tesla suspends bitcoin transactions
The global cryptocurrency market lost hundreds of billions of dollars in value after Tesla CEO Elon Musk said his company was suspending the use of bitcoin for vehicle purchases, a report said. Musk made the announcement via tweet just after 6 p.m. Wednesday, at which point the entire cryptocurrency market was valued at about $2.43...
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‘He’s gonna kill me!’ Florida gas station worker rescues kidnapped woman
A Florida gas station attendant help save a woman who was kidnapped by 32-year-old Cody Jackson on May 9, 2021. The woman who was captured then freed herself and ran for help while Jackson was in the store.
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School under fire for lesson that claimed George Floyd died of heart attack
A New York high school teacher is under fire after she told students George Floyd died of a heart attack and drug overdose.
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Grizzlies’ Jaren Jackson Jr. doubts could pave way for Knicks
Sights, sounds, notes and quotes from making a portion of the Knicks’ six-game Western trip that ended with Tuesday’s Lakers’ crusher at Staples Center.
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Biden nixes idea of vaccine hesitancy in US: ‘People are showing up’
President Biden was pressed on MSNBC about getting hesitant people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Biden said he believes most citizens will roll up their sleeves for the shot.
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California teacher who opted out of in-person learning heads to Mexico
In an email to parents, the California teacher told parents that she would be traveling south of the border to Mexico for almost two weeks to attend her son's wedding.
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Man convicted of consensual gay sex in the ’90s doesn’t have to register as sex offender: judge
A man convicted of consensual gay sex in the '90s doesn't have to register as a sex offender in Montana, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.
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NFL 2021 team-by-team schedules
Here is the complete NFL schedule for the 2021 season.
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James Harden brilliant in return as Nets rout Spurs
After five weeks away, James Harden finally returned to the court and made his comeback a victorious one.
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Knicks are going back to the NBA playoffs
Thank you, Boston Celtics. The Knicks’ eight-year playoff drought ended Wednesday night without taking the court. It’s over courtesy of their longtime rival Celtics, who lost in Cleveland, 102-94. That brought the Knick’ magic number to clinch a top-6 finish in the Eastern Conference to zero, taking away the sting of their Lakers’ crushing loss...
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Florida man cuffed after getting ‘enraged’ during fight about Tom Brady
A Florida man was arrested after he allegedly became enraged during a “heated argument” about Tom Brady and pummeled his friend, police said. Brian Paulter, 33, was charged with domestic battery over Sunday’s incident, which began around 9:15 p.m., as he and his pals were heading home in St. Petersburg after a day of drinking,...
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Teachers union backs Corey Johnson for NYC comptroller
The United Federation of Teachers has endorsed City Council Speaker Corey Johnson for Comptroller.
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Israeli airstrike demolishes home of Hamas battalion commander
The home of a Hamas battalion commander was demolished in a Wednesday-night airstrike, Israeli forces said — as Islamic militants from the Gaza Strip fired rockets toward Tel Aviv in ongoing hostilities between both sides. Video posted to Twitter by the Israel Defense Forces shows the moment the home of Iyad Tayeb is destroyed by...
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Who got divorced on the ‘Married at First Sight’ finale?
Is eight weeks long enough to know if you've met your soulmate? The five Atlanta couples featured on Season 12 of "Married at First Sight" put that timeline to the test. 
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Private ski resort plans to use sewage to make snow
The Yellowstone Club ski resort in Montana is looking to get a permit that will allow it to turn wastewater into fake snow for its slopes.
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Albert Almora Jr.’s IL stint leaves Mets’ outfield even thinner
The Mets’ thin outfield became even leaner Wednesday when the team placed Albert Almora Jr. on the 10-day injured list with a left shoulder contusion. Almora sustained the injury Tuesday night when he crashed into the center-field fence at Citi Field while attempting a catch. He joined Brandon Nimmo among Mets outfielders on the IL....
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Gerrit Cole dominates Rays as Yankees keep rolling
Don’t look now, but that slow start by the Yankees is nearly a thing of the past.
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Sen. Marco Rubio says Rep. Ilhan Omar ‘out of her mind’ for anti-Israel tweet
Controversial Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) is "out of her mind" for accusing Israel of committing "an act of terrorism" by carrying out airstrikes against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said Wednesday.
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Bobby Valentine putting baseball lessons to work in run for mayor
Bobby Valentine’s willingness to think outside the box, his open-mindedness, his progressiveness, are all attributes that could come in handy for a mayor.
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2-year-old boy shoots parents in Maine home
A 2-year-old boy in Maine shot his parents Wednesday morning with a gun he picked up from a nightstand, a report said.
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The New York Times just won’t quit its dishonest COVID fearmongering
COVID-19 cases have been falling as vaccinations have increased in New York. The Post's Steve Cuozzo wants to know why the New York Times reports that NYC still is at “very high risk.”
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