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How a Kansas City liquor store manager broke news of Patrick Mahomes' record-setting contract
Less than two hours later, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs had agreed to terms on a 10-year extension.        
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WNBA players will wear uniforms that honor the women and girls lost to police brutality and racial violence
This season's WNBA players hope that before you chant their names, you'll remember the victims of police and racial violence too.
Mayor de Blasio, do something about the deaths in our streets
Thirty years ago, The Post called on Mayor David Dinkins to do something about soaring violent crime. He did. How about you, Mayor de Blasio? Today’s crime numbers are nothing like as bad as back on Sept. 7, 1990, but the direction is the same. And New Yorkers learned in the years that followed that...
An obscene assault on Frederick Douglass
Even after toppling monuments to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, the statue-smashers managed to reach a new height of insanity: Upstate vandals destroyed a statue of Frederick Douglass on the 168th anniversary of his best-known anti-slavery speech. Maybe that was the point: Douglass’ speech extolled the promise of America outlined in the Declaration of Independence,...
From ‘Black Lives Matter’ to ‘blame blacks’: Samantha Shader shows her true colors
What a fickle supporter of Black Lives Matter she turns out to be: Samantha Shader is now blaming a trio of African Americans for her decision to toss a Molotov cocktail at an NYPD van full of cops at the height of the recent riots. Shader, 27, was caught on videotape throwing the weapon. But...
How the ‘defundNYPD’ budget puts children at risk
It’s not just a sad concession to the “DefundtheNYPD” extremists — it also risks the safety of the city’s public-school children. Congrats, Mr. Mayor and Mr. Speaker. We’re talking, of course, about the shift of school-safety oversight from the Police Department to the Department of Education, reversing the shift from 20 years ago. As Susan...
Qualified immunity is at the forefront of the debate on policing
Jones, a 50-year-old homeless black man diagnosed with schizophrenia, had violated an ordinance in Martinsburg, West Virginia, that requires all pedestrians to use the sidewalk.
SoHo House, Whitney Museum among ritzy recipients of PPP loans
Boutique fashion lines and high-end hotels were among the hundreds of thousands of businesses receiving money from the Trump administration’s high-profile $660 billion pandemic aid program. Among the recipients included on the list released by the Trump administration on Monday was Kanye West’s Yeezy apparel brand, which received as much as $5 million from the...
7/6: Red and Blue
White House defending Pres. Trump's comments on COVID19; Congress takes recess as states wait for relief.
Supreme Court rules states can punish "faithless electors"
CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle joined "Red and Blue" to break down the Supreme Court's ruling. which allows states to enforce requirements that members of the Electoral College support their party's presidential nominee.
What it’s going to take to reverse New York City’s crime spike
You say you didn’t like stop-and-frisk? Well, how do you like duck-and-cover? Stop-and-frisk was a front-line NYPD safe-streets policy for two decades. So was broken-windows policing. As were the flying squads of anti-crime cops. They’re all gone now. Perhaps you think New York is better off without them? If so, you’re complicit in the calamity...
American Student Released After 486 Days in Egyptian Prison
Mohamed Amashah, 24, had been held on charges of “misusing social media” and “aiding a terrorist group”
Here’s Why ‘Hamilton’s Cast Can’t Win Oscars or Emmys
They'll still have 11 Tonys, a Grammy, and the Pulitzer Prize.
White House defends Trump for saying 99% of coronavirus cases are “totally harmless”
The White House is defending President Trump after he said the vast majority of coronavirus cases are “totally harmless.” CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion and Boston Globe deputy Washington bureau chief Liz Goodwin join “Red and Blue” to discuss the administration's coronavirus response, President Trump’s messaging, the economy and where the 2020 presidential race stands now.
Stars remember Broadway actor Nick Cordero: "What a light"
"I have honestly never known a kinder person. But Covid doesn't care about the purity of your soul, or the goodness in your heart," wrote actor Zach Braff.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves slams 'liberal media' for ignoring protests amid coronavirus spikes
Oklahoma Gov. Tate Reeves blasted the "liberal media" over its coverage of the recent spikes in coronavirus cases and how it, as he suggests, ignores the ongoing protests following the death of George Floyd as a potential cause of the recent spread of the disease.
Georgia governor declares state of emergency and calls up National Guard
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday declared a state of emergency and activated as many as 1,000 National Guard members.
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Spencer Cox wins Republican primary in Utah governor's race
Cox captured a narrow lead with 36.4 percent of the vote over Huntsman’s 34.6 percent, The Associated Press reports
Axelrod: Trump starts a dumpster fire to deflect
The White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany refused to denounce the Confederate flag during a press briefing after President Donald Trump bemoaned NASCAR's recent decision to ban it from all races and events. CNN's David Axelrod analyzes Trump's strategy of stoking racial divide in the nation to gain re-election.
MLS forces coronavirus-stricken FC Dallas to back out of tournament
An MLS team ravaged by the coronavirus was forced to withdraw from the professional soccer league’s return-to-play tournament Monday in what was believed to be an unprecedented move. FC Dallas will not participate in the “MLS is Back” tournament — scheduled to begin Wednesday — after 13 players and one coach tested positive for the...
Meet Shani Dowell, the first Black woman in Tennessee to raise $1 million for a start-up
Shani Dowell faced racism in high school, and now she hopes her Possip app, which helps parents and schools talk to each other, helps battle bias.
WNBA dedicates 2020 season to social justice, announces creation of Social Justice Council
The WNBA hopes its newly created initiative is "a driving force of necessary and continuing conversations" about race, voting rights and other issues.
The Washington Football Team Should Move
Their racist mascot is easier to shed if they relocate.
Broadway star Nick Cordero dies from COVID-19 after 95 days in hospital
Broadway actor Nick Cordero has died at the age of 41 after a monthslong battle with the coronavirus. Cordero was on a ventilator and had his leg amputated while he was hospitalized. Meg Oliver reports.
Yankees-Nationals, Giants-Dodgers to open coronavirus-abbreviated 2020 MLB season
MLB announced its season schedule Monday, making official a 60-game season that will begin July 23. Here's a look at how it will unfold.
Texas woman gives birth to triplets after coronavirus diagnosis
A new mom in Texas is sharing the story of her remarkable birth of triplets following her positive COVID-19 diagnosis. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Roger Stone again seeks to delay reporting to prison
The confidant to Trump is asking for a two-month extension because of covid-19 risks in prison. He is scheduled to surrender to a federal prison in Georgia next week.
Opinion: Here's hoping MLB is successful in playing out its ambitious 2020 schedule
The 2020 season is scheduled to begin July 23, with most teams playing 60 games in 66 days, assuming COVID-19 issues don't stop play.
Why Athletes Are Opting Out of the Sports World’s Coronavirus Bubbles
What athletes' choices reveal about the sports world's class system.
Military deploying medical personnel as Texas sees spike in coronavirus patients
The US military announced Monday it is sending approximately 50 medical and support personnel to the San Antonio area at the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, a sign of potential concern that civilian medical personnel could be overwhelmed by the rise in coronavirus cases in Texas.
Mahomes historic deal only means great things for Dak Prescott, Deshaun Watson
What I'm Hearing: Mike Jones details the historic numbers from Patrick Mahomes half a billion dollar deal with the Chiefs and what it means for the QB market going forward.
Florida man fatally shoots 13-year-old girl in dispute over his dog
A Florida man allegedly gunned down two people — including a 13-year-old girl — over a quarrel about his dog, police said Monday. Port St. Lucie Police said a girl called 911 at around 12:20 p.m. to say there was a man in her home who she thought had shot her parents after he received...
Jessica Simpson celebrates 6-year wedding anniversary with Eric Johnson: 'My perfect soulmate'
Jessica Simpson is celebrating six years of marriage bliss.
Amy Cooper charged after calling police on Black bird watcher
Amy Cooper, the White woman who called the police on a Black man who asked her to leash her dog in New York's Central Park, is being prosecuted for falsely reporting the incident. Errol Barnett reports.
Appreciation: 'A Fistful of Dollars' to 'The Untouchables': Ennio Morricone made music a movie star
Ennio Morricone's collaborations with Sergio Leone, Brian De Palma, Quentin Tarantino and others made him one of the world's most acclaimed film composers.
'Go back to China,' Asian-American kids targeted due to virus
More than 800 cases of anti-Asian hate incidents have been reported in California. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
2020 Mets 60-game schedule with dates: What to watch for
The Mets will receive plenty of early national TV exposure as part of their 2020 schedule, which was released Monday. As first reported by The Post last weekend, the Mets will open at home against the Braves on July 24. That game at Citi Field will begin at 4:10 p.m. as part of ESPN’s coverage....
Triple Take: Did Jorge Masvidal make the right call fighting Kamaru Usman on short notice?
They don't call him "Gamebred" for nothing.       Related StoriesJorge Masvidal passes COVID-19 test; UFC makes Kamaru Usman title fight officialMMA Junkie Radio #3067: Jorge Masvidal's big step up, Khabib's father, moreUFC 251 video: Experience every Jose Aldo UFC/WEC finish in this sick sizzle-reel
2020 MLB schedule: The 10 matchups, games and series we want to watch most
Starting with a clash of aces in Washington and going to the final weekend of the regular season, we've highlighted the best games on the 2020 MLB schedule.
Supreme Court Rules States May Curb 'Faithless Electors' in Electoral College
The court said states may require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidates they had promised to support.
Confederate names on military bases: Other views
What people are saying about U.S. military bases named after Confederate generals and the movement to rename them.
Germany torn over launching study of racial profiling by police
Top security and justice officials in Germany are torn over calls by human rights activists to study the use of racial profiling by police.
Fort Hood soldier's death sparks online outcry: 'The military hasn't had their #MeToo movement yet'
Under the hashtag #IamVanessaGuillen, users are calling for justice and an end to what her family and advocates say is an "epidemic" of sexual violence.
Nancy Pelosi’s husband among lawmaker-linked PPP loan recipients
A firm co-owned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband was among the many lawmaker-linked businesses that got Paycheck Protection Program loans, according to data released Monday. Companies owned by or associated with Reps. Mike Kelly (R-Pa), Kevin Hern (R-Okla.), Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) and Rick Allen (R-Ga.) also received the coronavirus loans. Businesses linked to Reps....
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Jay Williams, Max Kellerman emerge as key pieces to ESPN Radio makeover
As ESPN Radio closes in on its reinvented national lineup, basketball analyst Jay Williams and SportsCenter host Zubin Mehenti are the leading candidates to join Keyshawn Johnson on the network’s new morning show, while Max Kellerman could land in the afternoons, The Post has learned. ESPN is replacing “Golic & Wingo” in the mornings with...
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Teary Amanda Kloots sings 'Live Your Life' with fans one last time after Nick Cordero dies
Amanda Kloots sang husband Nick Cordero's song "Live Your Life" with fans one last time after he died from coronavirus complications at 41 Sunday.       
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Miami shuts down indoor dining and gyms as virus cases rise
Since Florida began reopening, the Miami-Dade County's daily rate for confirmed COVID-19 cases skyrocketed from about 300 a day to more than 2,000.
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