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Dow down nearly 900 in second-day sell-off amid coronavirus fears
US stocks continued a massive sell-off Tuesday, breaking more records as investors fled the stock market for the safety of US Treasury bonds amid new fears about the growing coronavirus outbreak. Despite opening up slightly higher in the morning on some strong corporate earnings reports, all three major US stock indexes plunged in the first...
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‘Emotional’ LeBron James declines to say if he attended Kobe Bryant memorial
An “emotional” LeBron James declined to answer whether he attended the memorial for Kobe and Gianna Bryant at the Staples Center Monday. James, who continues to grieve the passing of one of his idols and friends, was not seen on camera at the 2.5-hour event — leaving viewers to speculate on his presence — and...
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Democratic debate: Warren hits Bloomberg over NDAs, alleged ‘Kill it’ comment to pregnant employee
Sen. Elizabeth Warren at Tuesday’s Democratic primary debate ripped Mike Bloomberg for alleged past sexist remarks he made  — saying that at least she never had a boss who told her to “Kill it” when she was pregnant. The Massachusetts lawmaker also trashed Bloomberg LP’s practice of having women sign nondisclosure agreements binding them to...
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What Joe Judge’s peculiar no-name Giants rule really means
INDIANAPOLIS — Since getting hired as head coach of the Giants, Joe Judge has yet to publicly utter the name Daniel Jones. Not at his introductory press conference. Not in Mobile, Ala., at the Senior Bowl. And not here at the scouting combine. Oh, by the way, Judge has also not allowed to pass through...
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Jimmy Webb’s rock-themed boutique draws generations of rock luminaries
Stylist Webb was a manager at East Village fixture Trash and Vaudeville.
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Pete Davidson slams Ariana Grande, rescinds Dan Crenshaw apology in Netflix special
The comedian isn’t holding any punches in his new Netflix special “Alive in New York” — slamming everyone from Louis C.K. to politician Dan Crenshaw and his ex-fiancee Ariana Grande.
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Democratic debate: Biden comes out swinging against Sanders on gun control, Obama support
Joe Biden attacked Bernie Sanders’ record on gun control — saying a 2015 South Carolina church shooting would not have happened if the Vermont senator didn’t block his solutions in the senate. “Let’s talk about being progressive. Walking distance from here there’s Mother Emanuel Church where nine people were shot dead by a white supremacist,”...
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The real reason why Matt Rhule spurned Giants for Panthers
INDIANAPOLIS — Matt Rhule says he would not be standing alongside other NFL head coaches if not for Tom Coughlin. So, why didn’t he capitalize on a chance to fill Coughlin’s old shoes? Rhule was the early favorite to be Giants head coach in 2020. He had an interview scheduled but never made it to...
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Gifts from Kobe Bryant memorial hawked on eBay for thousands of dollars
Souvenirs gifted to those who attended Kobe Bryant’s public memorial on Monday were already listed on eBay Tuesday with asking prices in the thousands. Memorial attendees at Los Angeles’ Staples Center were given numerous keepsakes, including T-shirts, pins and commemorative tickets. One eBay listing from Tuesday that offered the memorial T-shirt, ticket, a book and...
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How one of Kobe Bryant’s final wishes is being fulfilled
One of Kobe Bryant’s final wishes will be fulfilled. While aboard the helicopter which claimed the lives of the future Hall of Famer, his daughter, Gianna, and seven other victims, Bryant texted Lakers general manager/close friend Rob Pelinka — also, Gianna’s godfather — to help family friend Lexi Altobelli land an internship with a baseball...
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Democratic debate: Bernie Sanders slams Mike Bloomberg right out of the gate
Sen. Bernie Sanders slammed Mike Bloomberg right out of the gate at Tuesday night’s Democratic primary debate in South Carolina — when responding to a question about the economy and President Donald Trump. The front-runner Vermont lawmaker was asked about the record-low unemployment rate under Trump and why Americans should trust that a self-proclaimed Democratic...
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Islanders’ Zach Parise trade attempt was classic Lou Lamoriello
Claude Lemieux filed a grievance against Lou Lamoriello in 1995 and alleged in a hearing that the-then Devils general manager filed false documents with the league in what became the Conn Smythe Trophy winner’s failed attempt to negate the contract he’d signed before the club’s Stanley Cup victory. Needless to say, Lemieux was traded almost...
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Facts the Times won’t face about children who kill
The New York Times has published a nearly full-page editorial arguing that no 14-year-old should face a prison sentence that extends ­beyond his majority — not even Rashaun Weaver and Luchiano Lewis, suspects in the fatal stabbing of college student Tessa Majors last December. The Times rewrites history, glossing over the horrific crimes in the...
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NYC Park Rangers, bird watchers hunting for duck in distress
They’re duck-hunting — but not how you think. Park Rangers and bird lovers are on high alert, searching for a rarely seen duck that was spotted in Central Park muzzled by a piece of plastic that’s preventing the poor animal from eating. The Common Merganser, a species of wild duck rarely seen in Manhattan, first...
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Michael Wacha flashes improved velocity in first Mets outing
LAKELAND, Fla. — Michael Wacha’s two scoreless innings Tuesday were a nice way to start his Mets career, but it’s the 94-96 mph he consistently flashed that resonated loudest. The Mets had no reason to believe the scoreboard at Publix Field was misleading them. And Wacha’s amped velocity — he averaged 93.4 mph with his...
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Ilhan Omar’s appalling ‘collusion’ with Turkey’s tyrant
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s mandate defined “collusion” as “links and/or coordination” with foreign powers. Democrats and their media allies tried and failed to hang the charge around President Trump’s neck. But one of their own darlings, Rep. Ilhan Omar, has inarguably colluded with an unsavory Islamist regime: Turkey’s. In fall 2017, Omar, then a state...
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International Antiquarian Book Fair attracts celebs like Johnny Depp
The Fair starts March 5 at the Park Avenue Armory.
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Peter Nygard resigns as head of fashion company after sex-trafficking raid
Fashion mogul Peter Nygard is stepping down as head of the international women’s clothing giant he founded, a spokesman for the Canadian-born multi-millionaire announced following an NYPD/FBI raid of Nygard’s Manhattan offices Tuesday. “Recognizing the priority of the welfare of the thousands of Nygard employees, retail partners, loyal customers, vendors, suppliers, and business partners, Peter...
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Allonzo Trier’s fall from grace remains big Knicks mystery
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Two hours before Monday’s game in Houston, Knicks shooting guard Allonzo Trier took the court at Toyota Center with assistant coach Royal Ivey for shooting drills. At one juncture, with Trier accentuating his shooting form, the former Arizona Wildcat drilled seven straight 3-pointers. Trier and Ivey fist-bumped. None of the extra work...
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Undercover Nassau County cop fatally shoots man in Queens
An undercover Nassau County cop shot and killed a man in Queens after chasing him from Long Island on Tuesday, police sources said. The shooting happened around 5 p.m. in Queens Village when the Nassau cop was pursuing a suspect, the sources said. It was unclear how the shooting went down, and Nassau County Police...
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Pandemic prep: What you should know to protect against coronavirus
With outbreaks raging in ­Italy, Iran, South Korea and other countries, US authorities now predict coronavirus will strike Americans here, causing “significant disruptions to our lives.” The warning came from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official Nancy Messonnier at a Tuesday briefing. Here’s what you need to know: Is the virus spreading here now?...
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The greatest fashion photographer you’ve never heard of
Dora Kallmus may be the greatest fashion photographer you’ve never heard of. Born in 1881 in Vienna, she focused on that city’s royals and Rothschilds before moving to Paris, where she befriended fashion’s elite: Balenciaga, Schiaparelli, Chanel, Lanvin. Not only did she photograph them and their fashions, but — under the name Madame d’Ora —...
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Harvey Weinstein recorded robocall for Mike Bloomberg’s 2005 mayoral bid
Convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein once recorded a robocall for Mike Bloomberg’s 2005 mayoral bid, according to a new report. Weinstein, who was handed his verdict on Monday, endorsed the now-presidential hopeful in his run for second term as mayor of New York City, Huffington Post reported Tuesday. Bloomberg’s relationship with Weinstein, the face of the #MeToo...
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This is Giants’ perfect chance to trade down at NFL draft
They were just four words, but they were four words Giants fans so badly wanted to hear tumble Tuesday from the lips of Dave Gettleman at the NFL Scouting Combine: “We’re open for business.” In his seven previous drafts, five as GM of the Panthers and two as GM of the Giants, Gettleman has somehow...
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De Blasio’s bogus breaks for small businesses 
Mayor Bill de Blasio has been trumpeting his plan to cut small-business fines by 10 percent before he leaves office on Dec. 31, 2021. In reality, it’s too little, too late and too lackluster. At a Williamsburg rally last week, de Blasio claimed he has “questioned” the laws imposing fines on small businesses since he...
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‘Bride & Prejudice’ expert: What to do when your parents hate your fiancé
Blair Bathory, 28, “pretty much fell in love” with fiancé Chris Williams “the moment I met him.” She was ecstatic when he popped the question in 2018. Her mother, Kelly Richardson, was not. “I have a problem with Chris being part Asian,” Richardson, 58, says during the first episode of “Bride & Prejudice,” a new...
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Bernie Sanders’ outrageous AIPAC attack
Bernie Sanders’ slur this week against the American Israel Public Affairs Committee should remove any doubt: He’s the most anti-Israel major candidate of 2020. Sanders says he won’t attend AIPAC’s annual conference Sunday because it’s a “platform” for “leaders who express bigotry and oppose basic Palestinian rights.” In fact, he’s never gone to AIPAC: This...
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‘Flip or Flop’ star Tarek El Moussa goes solo in new HGTV series
“Flip or Flop” star Tarek El Moussa says viewers will be surprised by what they see on his first solo series. “It shows a much different version of me and who I am as a person and as a businessman,” he says of “Flipping 101 W/Tarek El Moussa,” premiering March 5 (9 p.m. on HGTV)....
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It’s been hectic for Islanders’ deadline prize Jean-Gabriel Pageau
Jean-Gabriel Pageau was in Columbus when he got the call from his agent Monday that he had been traded to the Islanders. The Senators, for whom Pageau had played the first eight seasons of his NHL career, were set to face the Blue Jackets that night. Pageau was informed he had a plane to catch...
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David Roback, Mazzy Star co-founder, dead at 61
“We tend to get quite caught up in just the making of music for ourselves.”
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