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Niall Horan secretly dating shoe buyer Amelia Woolley: report
"He thinks Amelia's gorgeous but they also really get on — and she's told close friends this could be the real deal."
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Henrik Lundqvist only goalie not at Rangers workouts
Two of the Rangers’ three goaltenders had participated in the NHL’s Phase 2 voluntary small-group workouts as of Wednesday, the team confirmed to The Post. Veteran Henrik Lundqvist is the odd goalie out — he is among a handful of players who traveled from Europe to New York in the past week or so who...
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Scientists warn of potential wave of COVID-linked brain damage
The world should brace itself for a possible wave of coronavirus-related brain damage leading to inflammatory diseases, psychosis and delirium, scientists warned Wednesday. A new study from University College London described 43 cases of COVID-19 patients who suffered either temporary brain dysfunction, strokes, nerve damage or other serious brain effects — adding to the growing...
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Muslim woman gets ‘ISIS’-labeled Starbucks drink
A Muslim woman in Minnesota said a Starbucks employee wrote the word “ISIS” on her coffee cup after she ordered the drink, according to a report. The woman, identified by CNN only as Aishah, told the network she received the offensively labeled drink when she ordered a coffee from a Starbucks that’s inside a Target...
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Zach Banner condems anti-Semitism in emotional DeSean Jackson speech
An NFL player choked up as he condemned anti-Semitism a day after Philadelphia Eagles star receiver DeSean Jackson apologized for his offensive Instagram posts. Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Zach Banner said he had trouble sleeping Wednesday morning after learning that the 33-year-old Jackson had shared hateful, falsely attributed quotes to Adolf Hitler, while also praising...
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Brooklyn man busted for stabbing pharmacy staffer during robbery
A Brooklyn man was arrested Wednesday for trying to rob a pharmacy and stabbing a staffer who didn’t open the register fast enough, officials said. Detectives and agents with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives tracked down Rayvaughn Williams, 24, after the August attack using surveillance footage, cellphone tower and Metrocard records....
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Counterfeit $20 bill now part of George Floyd murder case
The counterfeit $20 bill that cost George Floyd his life is now part of the murder case against the ex-Minneapolis cops charged in his death, according to court records made public Wednesday. The lawyer for accused former cop Thomas Lane said the crumpled bills found between the seats of Floyd’s SUV put the officer on...
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‘The Boys’ Are Back in Dark, Witty Season 2 Trailer
The Boys returns to Prime Video with three new episodes Sept. 4.
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Pier 1 Imports to become a web-only business after liquidating stores
Pier 1 Imports isn’t dead — it’s just heading to the web. The bankrupt home goods retailer — which revealed in May it was closing all of its 540 stores nationwide after 58 years in business — has sold the rights to its brand for $20 million to Retail ECommerce Ventures, a firm that bought...
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Social distancing could stop surge of this deadly kids disease
Social-distancing measures may be stopping the spread of more than just the coronavirus.
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Can’t get a facial in lockdown? Try a butt one instead
This facialist has a cheeky response to NYC's reopening standards.
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Seth Green celebrates 200 episodes of ‘Robot Chicken’
"Robot Chicken," which premiered in 2005, is nearing its milestone 200th on Adult Swim.
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NYPD limits retirement applications amid 400 percent surge this week
Cops are putting in for retirement faster than the city can handle, The Post has learned. A surge of city cops filing for retirement during the past week more than quadrupled last year’s number — and the stampede caused a bottleneck that’s forcing others to delay putting in their papers, officials and sources said. The...
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Johnny Depp accused of dangling Amber Heard’s tiny dog out of speeding car window
Johnny Depp allegedly dangled Amber Heard’s tiny dog out of a speeding car window while “howling” — and joked about putting the pooch in a microwave, a London court heard Wednesday. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star was allegedly high on cocaine and whiskey when, during a fight with Heard in March 2013, he turned...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Tough As Nails’ On CBS, A Phil Keoghan-Hosted Reality Competition Where Blue Collar Workers Do Extremely Demanding Jobs
Keoghan traveled the country to find the toughest working class contestants, and they are put through team and individual challenges that can pay off big.
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Listen to Episode 32 of ‘Up In The Blue Seats’: Training Camp Coming Soon feat. Butch Goring
The Rangers should be back to training camp on Monday. The hockey season is inching closer and closer. To talk about it, we present to you a new episode of the “Up In The Blue Seats” podcast with Ron Duguay. Doogs and I open the show talking about hockey season in the air and him...
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Ex-Reddit CEO tweeted she ‘knew about’ Ghislaine Maxwell allegations in 2011
Ellen Pao, the former CEO of Reddit, said in the tweet posted Monday that Maxwell was at the party hosted by Kleiner Perkins, a venture capital giant where she worked as a partner.
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Johnny Depp, the ultimate Gen X pinup, goes out with a sad whimper
Johnny, we knew ye. For Gen Xers who came of age in the 1990s, there was no one like Johnny Depp. As it is, our icons are few — Winona, Kate Moss, the late Kurt Cobain and River Phoenix — but Johnny was special. He was a teen heartthrob, to be sure, but of a...
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Louisiana lawmaker equates coronavirus mask mandates with Nazi Germany
A Louisiana state lawmaker said people who refuse to wear a facemask during the coronavirus pandemic are being persecuted like Jews in Nazi Germany as he filmed himself destroying a facemask with a chainsaw and blowtorch. Republican State Rep. Danny McCormick made the comments in a video he posted to Facebook criticizing an executive order...
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Statue of Melania Trump torched in her native Slovenia
A wooden statue of first lady Melania Trump was torched near her hometown of Sevnica, Slovenia, on July Fourth, according to the artist who commissioned the sculpture. Brad Downey, a Berlin-based American artist, told Reuters he had the blackened and disfigured life-sized sculpture removed as soon as police informed him a day later of the vandalism....
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Desperate New Yorkers are trying to bribe hair salons for coveted cuts
"Some try to pay off the bookers" — like greasing the palms of the maitre d' back in the day.
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What to know about Governors Island reopening: Food, rides, art and more
Everything to know about the Governors Island opening.
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‘The Sims 4’ Reality Competition Show to Air on TBS This Month
The Sims Spark'd premieres on TBS July 17.
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‘Cult’ mom Lori Vallow’s daughter allegedly molested by dad years before death
Lori Vallow’s daughter was allegedly molested by her biological father years before her doomsday-obsessed mom and step-dad were implicated in her disappearance and death — and her mother knew about the abuse, according to newly-surfaced court documents. The Law & Crime Network said it obtained court documents filed in 2008 during a custody battle between...
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Wild video shows woman steal pedestrian’s sneakers, strip naked in NYC
Good Samaritans shouting “call the police” took down an unhinged woman on their own after she attacked another woman and stole the victim’s sneakers — but they couldn’t stop her from stripping down to her birthday suit after the encounter, bizarre online video shows. The wild incident unfolded on bustling Brighton Beach Avenue between Brighton...
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AG Letitia James calls to ‘change existing structure’ of NYPD
The 57-page report suggests the oversight model similar to Detroit, in which citizens would be appointed to the commission by the City Council, Public Advocate, Comptroller and the Mayor.
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DeAndre Hopkins uses Patrick Mahomes deal to shade Texans again
With NFL players across the league reacting to Patrick Mahomes’ market-resetting contract extension, former Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins had a slightly different reaction. The All-Pro wideout, who is clearly still salty after a lopsided trade sent him to the Cardinals this offseason, lauded the reigning Super Bowl MVP for signing the blockbuster 10-year, $503...
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Yankees bust Sonny Gray gets surprising Opening Day nod for Reds
One team’s trash became another team’s treasure. The Reds named Ex-Yankee Sonny Gray their opening day starter Wednesday. It’s a far-cry from his performance in the Bronx just two years ago. The Yankees acquired Gray during the 2017 season, helping to add rotational depth for the second half of the season. The 30-year-old suffered a...
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West Village firehouse turned townhouse finds a new owner
Design details show the home's firehouse history, from framed payroll records and local neighborhood advertisements to the firehouse's original spiral staircase.
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Circle K owner may sell gas stations amid concerns over Speedway deal
The owner of Circle K is angling to sell a chunk of its gas stations to quell possible antitrust concerns as it eyes a possible acquisition of the Speedway chain, The Post has learned. Alimentation Couche-Tard — a Canada-based convenience-store giant whose chain of nearly 8,000 Circle K stores in the US includes 5,900 gas...
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