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Manhattan DA twice let Chinatown ‘killer’ Randy Santos slide

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office dropped the ball and let two cases against Chinatown killer Randy Santos languish until a judge was forced to dismiss them, The Post has learned. On April 25, 2018, Santos was in court on an assault case for slugging a man in the face when he began to “whistle loudly...
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Brian Austin Green wishes Megan Fox happiness amid Machine Gun Kelly romance
Megan Fox is now dating Machine Gun Kelly.
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Gwyneth Paltrow and mom Blythe Danner open up about beauty and aging
Talk about good genes.
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Why Keke Palmer 'expected' her 'Good Morning America' show to get canceled
Actress Keke Palmer opened up to Andy Cohen about her "Good Morning America" show, "Strahan, Sara and Keke," getting canceled earlier this year.
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Caitlyn Jenner calls Kanye West a ‘good friend’ amid bipolar episode
"I hope for the best for him," Jenner said Monday on "Good Morning Britain."
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Chipotle is using avocado pits as dye for its new sustainable clothing line
Chipotle wants its customers to eat — and wear — its avocados.
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Another doctored video of Nancy Pelosi goes viral on Facebook
Despite being labeled as partly false, the video remains up on Facebook.
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Donald Trump Signs Executive Order Curbing H-1B Outsourcing
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday which curbs the H-1B outsourcing of jobs at government agencies, including the government-controlled Tennessee Valley Authority.
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Wildfire in Colusa County chars more than 500 acres
The Sites fire began Sunday afternoon in Colusa County, northwest of Sacramento. Firefighters made significant progress in containing the blaze overnight.
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Join Charlie Warzel to discuss how to talk to anti-maskers
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Bizarre lifestyle earns these insects the name 'zombie'
Researchers at West Virginia University have been tracking the strange behavior of so-called "zombie cicadas."
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Navy Investigating Video Of K-9 Attack Demonstration Using Kaepernick Jersey
Viral videos show dogs attacking a man in a Colin Kaepernick jersey at an event allegedly hosted by a Florida museum dedicated to Navy SEALS.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Fridge Wars’ On The CW, Where Two Chefs Create Great Meals From Stuff In A Family’s Fridge
Two chefs get 45 minutes to make a great dish out of what's in a family's refrigerator in this Canadian import.
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5 simple, summery tacos to get dinner on the table quickly
Tacos are a treat for everyone!
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CNN's April Ryan 'cannot wait' to see 'armed forces' pull Trump out of the White House
CNN political analyst April Ryan declared she “cannot wait” to see President Trump forcefully removed from the White House by police and armed forces if he loses his bid for reelection.  
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Rita Ora posts topless photos while sunbathing
"who else gets bored when sunbathing? "
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Airbnb owner finds at least 30 people camping at house with sword, giant ax
There’s nothing worse than dozens of unexpected guests.
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Lithuanian man presumed dead turns up alive 5 years later hiding in UK woods
Ricardas Puisys was 35 when he was last seen in September 2015, just weeks after police learned he could be in danger.
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I Only Date Men Twice My Age, and I Think I Know Why
Is this unhealthy?
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Thousands remain evacuated from So. Cal. wildfire
Evacuation orders remained in place early Monday for thousands of people after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles exploded in size and forced crews to battle flames in triple-digit heat. (Aug. 3)       
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Investigation underway into dog demonstration involving Colin Kaepernick jersey at SEAL Museum
The U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command is investigating an incident at the National Navy SEAL Museum in which the target of a military dog demonstration is wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey, according to the agency's Twitter account.        
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Ian Paice on Deep Purple's latest album
The Deep Purple drummer talks about 'Whoosh!' the band's 21st studio album and third with producer Bob Ezrin. Rick Damigella reports.
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The wheels are coming off Trump’s spin machine
Even a skilled team of spinners couldn't make us ignore the horrific reality we're living through. And this team is not skilled.
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Washington State’s Nick Rolovich caught on tape punishing player for unity plans
There is a new posterboy for the many injustices in college athletics. Meet 41-year-old Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich. Rolovich essentially cut wide receiver Kassidy Woods from the team Sunday after Woods told him he was opting out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 health concerns and joining the player-led Pac-12 Conference’s unity...
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WCC introduces 'Russell Rule' to drive diversity hiring in athletics
The West Coast Conference has a new initiative named after NBA legend Bill Russell that promotes diversity in coaching and athletic administration jobs.
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Of Course Sarah Cooper Has Her Own Spin on President Trump’s TikTok Thoughts
As the President considers a ban on TikTok, Sarah Cooper responds
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Tornado rips through Tennessee elementary school in new video of deadly severe weather outbreak
An elementary school in Middle Tennessee is ripped apart in a newly released video of a tornado that tore through the area earlier this year as part of a severe weather outbreak that left dozens dead.
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Unemployment benefits remain a sticking point in coronavirus relief bill
White House advisers and top Democrats are set to meet again today to continue negotiations over the next round of coronavirus relief legislation. Disagreements over extending federal unemployment benefits remain a sticking point. CBS News political reporter Grace Segers joined CBSN with the latest.
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Spend August reading the exquisite dark fairy tale The Vanishing Half with the Vox Book Club
Courtesy of Riverhead Books The Vanishing Half is an exquisite dark fairy tale about passing for white. The Vox Book Club is linking to Bookshop.org to support local and independent booksellers. This August, the Vox Book Club will be reading one of the best new novels of 2020: Brit Bennett’s exquisite The Vanishing Half. And at the end of the month, we’ll be joined by Bennett herself to discuss the book live on Zoom. The Vanishing Half is a rich, extravagant fairy tale of a book. It concerns a set of twin sisters, Stella and Desiree, who grow up in an all-Black town where the population is devoted to ensuring that each successive generation has lighter skin than the one before it. At 16, light-skinned Stella and Desiree run away. Desiree goes on to marry the darkest-skinned man she can find. And Stella starts passing for white. There’s a lot to delve into here: the history of narratives of passing, the power of American fairy tales, the question of how we are bound by our bodies and our families. So, as we did in July, we’ll publish two book club discussion posts in August, both on Fridays. Each one will deal with different aspects of The Vanishing Half; we’ll have expert guest stars, and both posts will assume you’ve already read the whole book. (Consider this your spoiler warning!) Our virtual meeting with Bennett will happen August 27, and it will be a culmination of the whole month’s worth of conversation. I can’t wait to see you there. Here’s the full Vox Book Club schedule for August 2020 Friday, August 14: First discussion post on The Vanishing Half Friday, August 21: Second discussion post on The Vanishing Half Thursday, August 27: Virtual live event with author Brit Bennett. Sign up for the Vox Book Club newsletter and we’ll send you the RSVP link as soon as it’s up! Support Vox’s explanatory journalism Every day at Vox, we aim to answer your most important questions and provide you, and our audience around the world, with information that has the power to save lives. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. Vox’s work is reaching more people than ever, but our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources — particularly during a pandemic and an economic downturn. Your financial contribution will not constitute a donation, but it will enable our staff to continue to offer free articles, videos, and podcasts at the quality and volume that this moment requires. Please consider making a contribution to Vox today.
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Matt Damon hits the beach and more star snaps
Matt Damon hits the beach in a wetsuit, Pierce Brosnan gets in a game of golf and more ...
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Bubba Wallace offered an ownership stake in Richard Petty Racing because ‘there’s only one Bubba’
The driver has become one of the sport's outspoken, charismatic leaders.
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One-time desert retreat to the stars B-Bar-H Ranch lists for $999,000
The clubhouse of B-Bar-H, a desert ranch with a star-studded past, is on the market for $999,000 in Desert Hot Springs.
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MMA Junkie Radio #3075: Looking back at UFC on ESPN+ 31, Conor McGregor, more
Check out the latest edition of MMA Junkie Radio with "Gorgeous" George and "Goze."        Related StoriesJonathan Martinez vows to fix weigh-in issues after impressive win at UFC on ESPN+ 31Modestas Bukauskas wants two more UFC fights before the end of 2020Dana White's Contender Series 27 weigh-in results and live video stream (noon ET) 
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Florida fire rescue team saves ducklings trapped in storm drain as Tropical Storm Isaias neared
A Florida fire rescue team saved a group of ducklings that fell into a storm drain Sunday ahead of expected heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Isaias.
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Teacher: I may have signed death warrant by voting for Trump
Nancy Shively, an Oklahoma teacher, voted for Trump in 2016. Now, amid a heated debate on reopening schools and watching his response to the pandemic, she says she fears for her life.
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Teacher: I may have signed death warrant by voting for Trump
Nancy Shively, an Oklahoma teacher, voted for Trump in 2016. Now, amid a heated debate on reopening schools and watching his response to the pandemic, she says she fears for her life.
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Mayor de Blasio defends NYC school reopening plan after Cuomo diss
De Blasio denied being bothered by Cuomo's pointed scolding. "I am past the point of irritation," he said. "I just focus on the work and I'm focused on the people I serve."
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Egypt faces reckoning over sex crimes as 'Assault Police' page is shut down
Inaction by Egyptian law enforcement, coupled with a justice system that often benefited the wealthy and connected, has empowered women to take matters into their own hands.
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Trump publicly criticizes task force's Dr. Birx for the 1st time
President Donald Trump for the first time publicly criticized coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx for her weekend response to criticism from Speaker Pelosi.
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Dr. Birx says coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in rural areas
"To everybody who lives in a rural area, you are not immune or protected from this virus," she said.
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You can now explore a 2,500 year old shipwreck
Greece has opened its first underwater museum off the coast of Alonissos. Attendees can explore the remains of an Athenian merchant ship by sea or by virtual reality.
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Yankees voice John Sterling expects to return soon after blood infection scare
After a four-day stay in the hospital, John Sterling, the radio voice of the Yankees, expects to return to calling games either Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. “Everything is cool,” Sterling told The Post. Sterling, 82, said he had an infection in his blood, which is why he ended up in the hospital. As...
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Keke Palmer calls ABC's cancellation of her show 'expected' amid the COVID-19 pandemic
KeKe Palmer spoke candidly about the cancellation of her daytime talk show amid the coronavirus pandemic and speculation that her participation in a Black Lives Matter protest was to blame. 
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From inside the NHL bubble, two Caps players re-launch their podcast
Nic Dowd and Garnet Hathaway offer a peek inside "the safest place in the world right now."
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Elon Musk: 'China Rocks,' America Is Full of 'Complacency and Entitlement'
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk stated in a recent interview that people in the United States are "entitled" and "complacent" while Chinese citizens are "smart" and "hard-working people."
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is part of the team buying XFL for $15 million
Can you smell what The Rock is buying? Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, the former WWE wrestling star who has since become one of Hollywood's most bankable action heroes, is teaming up with his ex-wife and a top sports management company to buy the XFL.
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Judge Esther Salas decries shooting that killed son, injured husband in emotional statement
In an emotional statement, federal judge says those on the bench need privacy protections. A man dressed as a FedEx worker opened fire at her home.       
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Salvadoran Wanted for Murder in Virginia Found near New Mexico Border
El Paso Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended a Salvadoran migrant who is wanted on a homicide charge in Virginia. The agents found the man hiding in the bathroom of a passenger bus at an interior immigration checkpoint.
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Ari Fleischer: In 2020 election, if states can't prove they can handle voting by mail, don't try it now
Our nation survived close elections before, but a surge in mail-in voting will make 2020 different.
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