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Britain’s military honors Prince Philip with 40-minute gun salute
The prince, who died Friday morning at the age of 99, served heroically in the Royal Navy during World War II and was devoted to military causes all his life.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Knuckledust’ on Hulu, A Fight Club Movie That Bites From Tarantino And Guy Ritchie
Can you hang with its Quentin Tarantino-isms long enough to find out what went down?
Phillies vs. Braves prediction: All signs point to Atlanta
The Philadelphia Phillies swept the Atlanta Braves to begin the 2021 season and the Braves will be out for revenge this weekend, looking to Ian Anderson on Saturday to help the cause. The Braves scored just three runs in their three losses to the Phillies to start the season, but hung 14 runs in 23...
Driver arrested after Mercedes slams into scaffolding in Midtown: cops
A Mercedes-Benz with a trunk full of high-end bags slammed into scaffolding along Midtown East, causing a mess, police said. A man in his 20s was driving the Mercedes E300 along East 58th Street, between Second and Third avenues around 4 a.m., when he crashed the high-end car into a section of scaffolding in front...
Best star snaps of the week: ‘Horny’ Lil Nas X, bathing beauties and more
After dropping a hell-themed music video for his song “Montero,” Lil Nas X rocks a baseball hat adorned with devil horns.
New York’s COVID-19 positivity rate, hospitalizations decline
New York’s coronavirus positivity rate hit the lowest level in a month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday. Of the 260,700 test results reported Friday, 7,283, or 2.79 percent were positive, Cuomo said. The statewide rate Friday when measured on a seven-day average was 3.31 percent, a bit less than the previous day and the lowest...
ESPN, CBS turn blind eye at Masters to Tiger Woods’ haunted past
Show of hands: How many of you are stupid? I mean buy-the-Brooklyn Bridge stupid? By now, one would think it’s time for TV to cut it out. Instead, it remains tethered to the notion that its audiences are predominated by the gullible and unworldly, thus all audiences are to be treated like suckers. And not...
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Curtis Sliwa calls for end to tax exemptions for NYC universities, MSG
GOP mayoral candidate and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa says it’s time to nix city property-tax breaks for Madison Square Garden, top private universities and large hospitals. The call was the most eye-catching part of a 21-page “property tax reform plan” obtained by The Post that Sliwa is expected to drop next week. Sliwa said...
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Declaration of Independence, Emancipation Proclamation up for auction at Sotheby’s
If your pursuit of happiness includes owning a first printing of the Declaration of Independence, the iconic artifact of American history and more are heading to the auction block at Sotheby’s Tuesday. But start saving your money now, as the large personal library, which also includes documents like an early version of the Emancipation Proclamation...
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Prince Philip funeral to include COVID-restricted procession led by Charles
Prince Philip will be laid to rest next Saturday following a brief procession led by Prince Charles, Buckingham Palace revealed today, according to various reports. The Duke of Edinburgh, longtime consort of Queen Elizabeth II, died in his sleep Friday at Windsor Castle at age 99. The public will not be allowed to view the...
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Corey Kluber talks move to Yankees, crazy coffee routine, ‘Klubot’ feelings
New Yankees hurler and two-time Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber winds up doing some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: What would you say drives you now? A: Winning the World Series. I’ve been fortunate enough to have individual awards and honors and stuff, but I think winning a World Series would trump...
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Upper West Side residents flipping out over ‘brigade’ of illegal ATVs
Upper West Side residents are flipping out over lawless all-terrain vehicles terrorizing their neighborhood. They say illegal quad riders who ignore the rules of the road invade the UWS at all hours — particularly late at night and early in morning — causing locals to lose sleep and their sense of safety. “What’s up with...
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‘Them’ Episode 3 Recap: Bus Stop
Whatever did happen on "that day," there's no distance far enough to move from it.
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Yonkers reportedly considering memorial service, statue to honor DMX
The City of Yonkers may be the site of a public memorial service for rapper DMX while the city considers building a statue in honor of the hometown son, according to TMZ. DMX died Friday after spending the past week in a coma following a massive heart attack on April 2. A family source told TMZ that...
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Holocaust survivors who met in WWII orphanage finally reunite — over Zoom
Henri Wolfe was just 3 years old when he was arrested. Weeks earlier, his parents and sister had been arrested, too — and would be taken to Auschwitz, and killed. The toddler was arrested by the Gestapo and taken to the Mechelen transit camp in his home country of Belgium, where he, too, was to...
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Prince Charles makes emotional first statement on death of Prince Philip
A grief-shaken Prince Charles made his first statement Saturday on the loss of “My dear Papa.” “I particularly wanted to say, that my father spent the last 70 years giving the most remarkable, devoted service to the queen, to my family and the country, and also to home,” Charles said, speaking for the family as...
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‘Friends’ cast members’ real-life friendships, then and now
As the castmates reunite for a top-secret special, insiders reveal how the actors really have — as the song says — been there for each other.
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Sackler family erased suicide of drug-addled heir, new book reveals
On the morning of July 5, 1975, a deeply troubled Robert Mortimer Sackler somehow made his way from his apartment on East 64th Street to his mother’s home on East 86th Street.  Bobby, as he was known to his family, had just turned 24 years old and was one of the heirs to the Sackler drug...
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New York parent seeks OK to marry their own adult child
I take my child to be my lawfully wedded spouse … A New Yorker who wants to marry their own adult offspring is suing to overturn laws barring the incestuous practice, calling it a matter of “individual autonomy.” The pining parent seeks to remain anonymous because their request is “an action that a large segment...
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Bose Sleepbuds II Put You to Sleep Faster and Keep You Asleep Longer
If you’re ready to change your sleeping patterns, the Bose Sleepbuds II are most definitely worth it.
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Billy Horschel suffers embarrassing fall, hot-mic debacle in Masters nightmare
Unlucky 13, indeed, for Billy Horschel. Known as one of the easiest holes at Augusta National Golf Course, the 13th provided a gateway for a couple of misadventures for Horschel in the third round of the Masters. After his tee shot hooked to the right and landed in some trees, microphones picked up Horschel saying,...
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Mets place J.D. Davis on 10-day injured list
J.D. Davis’ left hand has improved, but not to the point he was ready to swing a bat for the Mets. The third baseman was placed on the 10-day injured list before Saturday’s game against the Marlins, four days after he was drilled in his hand during a plate appearance in Philadelphia. Jose Peraza was...
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Richard Carranza’s new firm made millions off COVID-19 pandemic in NYC
The California ed-tech firm that hired ex-schools Chancellor Richard Carranza cashed in on the COVID-19 pandemic in NYC, reaping millions of dollars from the Department of Education under his reign, records show. IXL Learning, Inc. — which named Carranza its chief of strategy and global development — has been paid $3.3 million by the DOE...
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Queen Elizabeth ‘has been amazing’ following Prince Philip’s death
According to Sophie, Countess of Wessex, mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth is doing great following the passing of husband, Prince Philip.
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NFL Mock Draft 4.0: QB shakeup, Giants get ‘explosive’ pass rusher
The Serby Mock 4.0 will buy the hype for Mac Jones to the 49ers, but as always reserves the right to change its mind in Mock 5.0. For the fourth consecutive time, Zach Wilson to the Jets, and an “all gas, no break” defensive player new coach Robert Saleh will love. And this time we...
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One of NYC’s last tortilla factories flattened by pandemic, lawsuit
The owner of one of the Big Apple’s last remaining tortilla factories says he may have to fold, battered by the pandemic and what he claims is a meritless lawsuit. Miguel Carrera and his Mi Barrio Tortilleria in Bushwick were hit with a unfair-wage suit from a former employee in July, shortly after reopening following...
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Bruce Springsteen’s daughter Jessica vying for Olympic equestrian team
Bruce Springsteen's daughter Jessica is galloping toward the Tokyo Games as a candidate for the US equestrian team.
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Jordan Peterson: Addiction left me bitter, but I refuse to be a victim
In just a few years, Jordan Peterson has risen from little-known psychology professor at the University of Toronto to pop cultural icon and bestselling author, boasting millions of followers and just as many haters. His book, “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos,” which claimed the “masculine spirit is under assault” and espoused basic...
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Black family whose ancestors were robbed of LA beach resort may get land back
A black family whose ancestors were robbed of the beach resort they owned in Manhattan Beach almost 100 years ago may finally get the land back. A new bill, if passed, will permit Los Angeles County officials to transfer the site, which is currently run as a lifeguard center, to the descendants of Charles and...
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How To Watch Lifetime’s ‘Lust: A Seven Deadly Sins Story’ Live Online
A woman's future takes an uncertain turn when her fiance's best man triggers a passion within her.
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