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Gov. Hochul, kill the AirTrain boondoggle
Gov. Kathy Hochul should heed the advice of watchdog group Reinvent Albany and scrap the Cuomo-era LaGuardia AirTrain.
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Jumaane Williams is out to milk taxpayers for unneeded campaign cash
Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is pushing to raise enough donor cash to collect the 8-to-1 taxpayer match. He wants to milk the public for millions more just for his own riches, The Post Editorial Board writes.
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Emmy winners 2021: Live updates with nominees
Will “The Crown” nab the drama crown, or will “Lovecraft Country” feel the love? And will the Jason Sudeikis comedy “Ted Lasso” have a winning season, or could Jean Smart’s “Hacks” have the last laugh?
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Emmys 2021 Winners: Full List With Live Updates
Ted Lasso? Queen's Gambit? Murder Durder? Anyone and everyone can win tonight!
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NYC prohibits Revel mopeds on Queensboro, Manhattan bridges
Users of Revel’s shared mopeds are no longer permitted to ride over the Queensboro and Manhattan bridges, according to the company and city Department of Transportation. Revel informed its customers of the change late last week, reversing a policy it instituted in July that had allowed riders who racked up more than 25 miles on...
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Old McGraw-Hill building free to start new chapter
Finally free from a pesky preservationists’ lawsuit, the landmarked former McGraw-Hill Building at 330 W. 42nd St. is stepping into a new life as a modern office tower attuned to 21st century needs.
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Cedric the Entertainer parties with Russell Simmons before hosting Emmys 2021
Cedric kicked off the weekend by celebrating Simmons' Masterminds of Hip-Hop NFT collection ahead of his hosting duties at Sunday's awards show.
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Aetna sues NYC, union leaders over ‘tainted’ Medicare contract
Insurance giant Aetna is dropping a behemoth lawsuit on the Big Apple and its local union leaders for allegedly awarding a $34 billion "tainted" contract to an unqualified rival bidder.
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Cincinnati has a very real chance at making the College Football Playoff
For the first time in years, there doesn’t appear to be a clear elite group of programs. It is wide open.
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Jets’ Robert Saleh must do everything to avoid dicey Zach Wilson scenario
We can already identify Robert Saleh's first crucible as head coach of the Jets.
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Emmys red carpet 2021: See all the celebrity looks
See what all the celebrities wore on Sunday's Emmys 2021 red carpet.
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Mj Rodriguez on making transgender Emmys history: ‘Respect my womanhood’
It's not just a "Pose." Whether she wins a trophy or not, she's making history Sunday as the first trans Best Actress in a Drama nominee in TV Academy history.
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Masking 2-year-olds is proof positive we’ve gone way too far
If you see a video of a toddler being dragged off a plane for not masking correctly, you can be sure the video was taken in America. In what has become a bizarre ritual of over-the-top rule-following zealotry coupled with misplaced and unscientific COVID fear, another child was pulled off an airplane last week for...
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Remains ‘consistent’ with description of Gabby Petito found in Wyoming: FBI
The FBI confirmed Sunday that the body found in a Wyoming national park is that of missing Long Island native Gabby Petito, who disappeared while on a cross-country trip with her boyfriend.
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Border crisis continues despite deportation flights
More than 14,000 Haitians have been camping out in squalid conditions under Del Rio International Bridge since last week waiting to be arrested.
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Letters to the Editor — Sept. 20, 2021
The Issue: The surge in immigrants crossing the southern border under the Biden administration. At this time, some 10,000 illegal immigrants have crossed over into Del Rio, Texas and are sitting under a bridge (“Mob scene chaos in Tex,” Sept. 17). These are people with no documentation and many have come from countries with COVID...
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Fire at pet care center kills 75 dogs left alone overnight
A late-night fire at a pet care center in Texas killed approximately 75 dogs -- including two that belonged to a cop who recently died of complications from COVID-19, according to a report Sunday.
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The pandemic has sparked a book craze — and Barnes & Noble is cashing in
The 125-year-old chain, taken private two years ago for $683 million by billionaire Paul Singer’s hedge fund Elliott Management, has reported double-digit sales growth in books this year so far compared to 2019, before the coronavirus outbreak.
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Jets report card: The coaches deserve some blame
Grading the Jets after their 25-6 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.
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Judge Judy is making the move to streaming on Amazon
November, after a quarter of a century on CBS, daytime’s No. 1 name — Judge Judy — will now bang her gavel on Amazon.
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Congestion pricing may finally be here —and it’s a big test for Kathy Hochul
New Gov. Kathy Hochul encounters her first challenge as the MTA is set to introduce congestion pricing to Manhattan right as the Big Apple recovers from the pandemic, Nicole Gelinas writes.
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Son of NJ cop who died of COVID makes poignant request for 12th birthday
Glen Ridge widow Alice Roberts revealed that her son made the request to honor his father, Rob, who died May 11, 2020, early on in the pandemic before vaccines were available.
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Slain man at Bronx BBQ was visiting family at the time: Brother
Joseph Sanchez had gone to Claremont Park to celebrate Honduran independence with friends when a fight broke out and shots were fired shortly his brother Daniel Espinoza said.
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NYC teachers union calls for increased COVID-19 testing for staff and students
The city's teachers union called on the mayor and his education agency head to increase the frequency of COVID-19 tests for staff and students
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‘Sunday Night Football’ Live Stream: How To Watch The Chiefs vs. Ravens Game Live
The Chiefs look to go 2-0 as they battle the Ravens on Sunday Night Football.
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Body discovered amid Gabby Petito search in Wyoming national park
A body has been recovered in the Wyoming forest where authorities have been searching for days for missing Long Island native Gabby Petito, according to a report Sunday.
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Texas mother interrupts school board meeting to discuss anal sex
The book is described as a fictional reimagining of the 1937 New London school explosion that killed more than 295 people.
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Gerrit Cole booed off mound as Yankees get pummeled by Indians again
The Yankees couldn’t even count on Gerrit Cole to keep them in a game they sorely needed to win, and the antsy Bronx fans let him know about it.
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Sam Darnold, Panthers improve to 2-0 with dominant win over Saints
Sam Darnold threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns, and the Carolina defense turned in another strong performance in a 26-7 win over the Saints.
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Taliban-run Kabul municipality to female workers: Stay home
KABUL, Afghanistan — Female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home, with work only allowed for those who cannot be replaced by men, the interim mayor of Afghanistan’s capital said Sunday, detailing the latest restrictions on women by the new Taliban rulers. Witnesses, meanwhile, said an explosion targeted a Taliban...
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