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Thousands likely overpaid property taxes due to computer glitch

Actor Bruce Willis is among the thousands of Big Apple residents who may have overpaid their property taxes due to a new $18 million Department of Finance computer system that issued incorrect bills in early June. The “Die Hard” actor, whose advisers paid the tab for his new $7.3 million condominium at 1 West End...
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Coastal Living magazine looking for subscribers again after comeback
Coastal Living, which dropped its subscribers last year as it converted to a newsstand-only quarterly, is making a comeback and will once again be looking for home-delivery subscribers. And it stands a good chance at grabbing them as the problem had been scarcity of advertising, not scarcity of readers. The old Coastal Living had a...
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Teacher charged with kidnapping says she only tried to get kid home
A Utah teacher was charged with kidnapping for allegedly taking a 5-year-old girl off school grounds for a nearly 40 minute walk — in what she claimed Thursday was a huge misunderstanding. Amy Martz, 49, could face 15 years to life in prison if convicted of, what she says, was simply trying to help a...
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What a Mika Zibanejad return plan could look like for Rangers
Mika Zibanejad skated in the Rangers’ optional practice Thursday but did not accompany the club on its trip across the border for matches at Ottawa on Friday and at Montreal on Saturday. That means the earliest the alternate captain could return would be Monday at the Garden against the Wild, though that would mean a...
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Hannah Jeter makes modeling comeback in Editorialist magazine
Hannah Jeter graces the cover of Editorialist magazine’s Holiday 2019 issue and opened up about how motherhood has changed her.
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Islanders set a franchise record in OT win over Penguins
It was fitting. Almost expected. Of course the Islanders started from behind. Of course they trailed twice. And of course they found a way to prevail despite those deficits, setting a franchise mark with points in 16 consecutive games by knocking off the Penguins, 4-3 in overtime, at Barclays Center on Thursday night. In doing...
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Facebook considers political ad limits after Twitter and Google take action
Facebook has encountered serious backlash for the way it’s chosen to go about dealing with political ads – in some cases allowing ones that purposefully told blatant lies. Zuckerberg has fallen back on the ‘free speech’ argument, implying it’s not the company’s role to dictate which ads run on the platform. Many aren’t buying it. Since recent attacks on Facebook, Snapchat has verified it will fact-checks ads while Google imposed strict limits on ad targeting, and Twitter banned political ads altogether. Now it appears Facebook is finally relenting. Well, a little bit anyway. According to a Wall Street Journal report, sources within the company say the social… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook,Google,Twitter
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Shepard Smith, Late of Fox News, Gives $500,000 to a Free Press Group
A Committee to Protect Journalists event, where he also gave a speech, was the anchor’s first public appearance since he abruptly left the network.
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U.S. warships sail in disputed South China Sea, angering China
U.S. Navy warships twice sailed near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea in the past few days, the U.S. military told Reuters on Thursday, at a time of heightened tension between the world's two largest economies.
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SocGen's heads of Asia trade finance depart after bunker fuel losses
Societe Generale's regional heads of trade and commodities finance for Asia Pacific have left the Paris-based bank, raising concerns among Singapore-based shipping fuel traders that it may wind back financing services to the sector.
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Mom whose child died fired from USA Today over ‘negative attitude’: suit
A former ad sales executive at USA Today was cruelly reprimanded for having “a negative attitude” after returning to work following the death of her child, according to a new lawsuit. In a suit filed in Manhattan federal court on Thursday, Serena Bhaduri said that she returned to work in February of this year after...
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Try your hand at coding for 2020 with this $45 training bundle
It may seem impossible to learn a coding language from scratch, but The Premium 2020 Learn to Code Certification Bundle seeks to guide you from beginner to master. Whether you're looking to learn Java, Python, HTML5 or SQL, this bundle has you covered.
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Windrush: the scandal isn't over - podcast
Hubert Howard, a prominent Windrush victim, died recently without receiving compensation or a personal apology. Amelia Gentleman discusses his case. Plus: Polly Toynbee on the boldest Labour manifesto for a generationHubert Howard died on 12 November, three weeks after finally being granted British citizenship having arrived in London 59 years earlier. Howard spent much of the last two months of his life fighting for citizenship from his intensive care bed in hospital. He was granted it at the end of October when his lawyer informed the Home Office that he was critically ill and highlighted the urgency of his case.Anushka Asthana talks about Howard’s life with the Guardian’s Amelia Gentleman, who recently met his friend Tyrone and his daughter Maresha and heard them describe the devastating impact his treatment by the Home Office had on his life. Amelia discusses why so many of the Windrush victims are still waiting for compensation and an apology from the government. Continue reading...
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Trump’s NOAA Pick, Barry Myers, Asks to Withdraw Nomination
Mr. Myers, whose nomination had stalled in the Senate, said medical issues made leading the agency “impractical.” Some Democrats had questioned his ties to a family-run private forecasting company.
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Prince Andrew cancels Bahrain trip amid scandal over Epstein ties
Prince Andrew was forced to cancel an upcoming trip to the Middle East this week because of the growing scandal over his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, reports in the UK said Thursday. The Duke of York, 59, had planned to jet to Bahrain Saturday to prep for a charity event — days after he announced...
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Louis Bacon steps away from hedge fund after Peter Nygard dispute
Louis Bacon, who’s almost as famous for feuding with Canadian fashion tycoon Peter Nygard as he is for running one of the world’s most successful hedge funds, is throwing in the towel as an investor of outside capital. Bacon’s $8.9 billion hedge fund, Moore Capital Management, will continue to manage money for its founder and...
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Shepard Smith, Late of Fox News, Gives $500,000 to Free-Press Group
The former anchor made his first public appearance since his abrupt departure from the network, where he faced taunts from colleagues and President Trump.
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A former White House photographer compared Obama's notes to Trump's viral handwritten memo
Erin Scott/Reuters When President Donald Trump's handwritten note began making rounds on the internet, former White House photographer Pete Souza shared a side-by-side comparison of Trump's memo and former President Barack Obama's speaking notes. A consistent Trump critic, Souza is known for throwing shade at Trump by using old photos he took during Obama's presidency. Throughout his term, the president has often denounced Obama and his political decisions, so much so that European diplomats reportedly believed Trump was "obsessed with Obama" in 2017. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. After a photojournalist snapped a shot of President Donald Trump's handwritten "no quid pro quo" memo, the internet was quick to react with memes and jokes, including the former White House photographer from the Obama administration. A consistent critic of Trump, former White House photographer Pete Souza is known for bashing Trump using old photos he took during the terms of former President Barack Obama. When Trump's handwritten note began making rounds on the internet, Souza shared a side-by-side comparison of Trump's memo and Obama's speaking notes.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:The best memes from the impeachment inquiry so farPentagon official drops a bomb, reveals 3 separate inquiries about Ukraine military aid on the day of Trump's July 25 call with ZelenskyTulsi Gabbard is more well-known after Hillary Clinton took a jab at her, but also less popularSEE ALSO: The best memes from the impeachment inquiry so far
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Why Adam Gase deserves Jets fans’ patience
You wouldn’t be wrong in saying the honeymoon for Adam Gase has been short, except for the fact it’s actually been nonexistent. You might recall the sky falling on the Jets’ Florham Park training facility just three weeks ago after they had skidded to 1-7 as a result of becoming the tanking Dolphins’ first victims....
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Lotus shows off its electric Evija hypercar in action
With just minutes to go until Tesla reveals its electric 'Cybertruck,' Lotus has shown off some EV news of its own. We're getting our first good look at its all-electric Evija roadster in "high-speed action" ahead of its China debut at the Guangzhou...
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Knicks Rumors: NY Hesitant to Fire David Fizdale Without Good Interim Options
David Fizdale has been on the hot seat since the start of the 2019-20 season, but the New York Knicks might not fire him without having a good option to replace him, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post ...
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They Toil Gladly Offstage. Impeachment Lands Them in the Spotlight.
Normally faceless, a parade of Washington’s career professionals have offered meticulous testimony and told uniquely American stories.
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China urges United States to stop provocative acts in South China Sea
China on Friday urged the United States to stop provocative acts in the South China Sea after two U.S. Navy ships sailed near islands claimed by Beijing there.
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Over 75,000 pounds of salad products recalled over E. coli fears
The recall impacts 22 states in the eastern half of the country
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Monsanto Pleads Guilty to Illegally Spraying Banned Pesticides in Hawaii
Agrochemicals company Monsanto is pleading guilty to spraying a banned pesticide on its Maui fields in 2014
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Watch Tesla's 'Cybertruck' unveiling at 11 PM ET
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has put the F-150 squarely in his company's sights, and tonight we'll find out how close it can get with a new "Cybertruck." In a tweet earlier today the exec referenced his 2012 goal of "a Tesla supertruck with crazy torque, dyna...
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Valve is bringing its Index VR headset to more countries
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Right after announcing Half-Life: Alyx, already one of the most anticipated VR games of all time, Valve has confirmed plans to bring its Index headset and controllers to other countries, starting with Canada and Japan today. The $999 Index is already available in the US and Europe. Half-Life: Alyx won’t require a Valve Index, but the company’s own VR headset is likely to provide the most high-end experience available. It’s also unclear to what degree the game might be optimized for Valve’s Index controllers, which offer better individual finger sensing than most competitors. Half-Life: Alyx will be a free download for all Index owners, while people who buy the headset before the end of the year will get access to in-game cosmetic items... Continue reading…
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Critical week of public testimony concludes; A 500 Mile journey to raise awareness
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David Shulkin Won’t Quit
Just because he was fired doesn’t mean he’ll quit fighting for the welfare of veterans.
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Shifting asylum 'burden,' U.S. sends Guatemala first Honduran migrant
A Honduran man flew from El Paso, Texas, to Guatemala City on a nearly empty Boeing 737 on Thursday, the first foreign asylum seeker sent back under a U.S. agreement designating Guatemala as a so-called safe third country for people fleeing persecution.
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‘Bagel Boss Guy’ Chris Morgan is on the mend a week after stroke
“Bagel Boss Guy” Chris Morgan is on the mend one week after he suffered a debilitating stroke outside a Long Island deli, his manager said. But Morgan, who remains hospitalized, is still unable to move the left side of his body, said his manager Bill Shannon. Shannon on Wednesday was briefed by Morgan’s father on...
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The Impeachment Witnesses Not Heard
With its public hearings over, the House Intelligence Committee plans to move forward without testimony by some of the key players in the Ukraine drama.
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The Department of Justice says a Chicago gang leader was radicalized by ISIS
He is the purported leader of the "AHK Street Gang," a gang in the Chicago area that traffics various narcotics throughout the city region, including heroin and cocaine, according to the Department of Justice.
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Drunk man allegedly groped woman on plane in front of his young son
A man drunk on vodka and beer allegedly groped a woman on a flight from Denver to Miami while his young son was sitting next to him, federal authorities said. Victor Maksimov was sitting in the middle seat on the Oct. 27 flight with the unidentified woman to his right and his young son in...
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The Biggest Questions Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Needs to Answer
Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker promises to close the Skywalker Saga and answer many of our lingering questions from the decades-long series when it hits theaters on Dec. 20. That’s a lot for one movie to take on: the most recent Star Wars film, The Last Jedi, introduced more questions than…
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Oklahoma TE Grant Calcaterra Announces He's Retiring Because of Concussions
Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra announced Thursday that he is retiring from football after suffering numerous concussions, with the latest occurring during a midseason practice ...
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Alleged cybercriminal extradited from Ukraine for stealing millions from US financial accounts
While Ukraine has dominated impeachment talks in Washington this past week, an alleged cybercriminal operating in Ukraine who siphoned off millions from US financial accounts over an 8-year span has been extradited to the US to face federal charges. Vytautas Parfionovas, 32, a Lithuanian national, was arraigned in Brooklyn federal court on Thursday on charges...
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U.S. Navy Presses On With Board Review Of SEAL Eddie Gallagher Despite Trump's Tweet
Gallagher was acquitted earlier this year of murdering an ISIS combatant in 2017 but convicted of a lesser crime. President Trump last week restored his rank, but did not pardon him.
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An Australian koala hospital raised more than $1 million to help rescue native animals injured in the devastating wildfires roaring across the country
An Australian koala hospital on Friday raised over $1 million to rescue and treat koalas injured in Australia's devastating wildfires.  Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, an animal rehabilitation center located along the Australian coastline north of Sydney, created a GoFundMe page in October and far surpassed its initial fundraising goal of $25,000.  "From the comments received, everyone wants to see the survival of this special animal," the campaign's organizers wrote.  Bushfires in Australia are very common, particularly in the hotter spring and summer months, though scientists have said that Australia's fire season is beginning earlier and becoming more extreme as a result of climate change. An Australian koala hospital on Friday raised over $1 million in order to save and rehabilitate animals injured in Australia's devastating bushfires that continue to rage across the country.  Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, an animal rehabilitation center located along the Australian coastline north of Sydney, created a GoFundMe page called "Help Thirsty Koalas Devastated by Recent Fires."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:Video shows a heroic Australian woman brave raging flames to save a badly wounded, crying koala from a bushfireAn Australian woman nearly lost an eye and needed 25 stitches to her face after she was mauled by a kangaroo while walking her dog13 photos show Sydney under a blanket of smoke as bushfires continue to ravage the region
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U.S. seeks more patients of Virginia OB/GYN accused of unnecessary surgery
The Justice Department has set up a website for patients of Dr. Javaid Perwaiz to gather tips and provide medical records.
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Don’t tell Giants Mitch Trubisky is a struggling quarterback
If Mitch Trubisky wants to feel good about himself again, perhaps he should take a walk through the Giants locker room. The Bears quarterback has been a shell of the player he was last year, but his next opponent is largely refusing to buy into that notion. The Giants, with a 2-8 record and one...
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Bracing for Impeachment, White House and Republicans Weigh Contours of a Senate Trial
President Trump wants an aggressive defense, but White House officials and Republicans are divided over whether to aim for a brief process or a drawn-out spectacle.
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Ben Simmons Says 76ers' Chemistry Is 'Much Better' This Season Than in 2018-19
The Philadelphia 76ers believe they can make a deep playoff run this year, and one major reason is what's going on off the court. "The chemistry is much better," Ben Simmons said, per Zach Lowe of ESPN...
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Myles Garrett didn’t want Mason Rudolph slur allegation to be public
Myles Garrett isn’t backing down from his claim that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph used a racial slur, but that wasn’t meant to go public. The Browns defensive end, whose indefinite ban from the NFL was upheld on appeal Thursday, said he didn’t lose his temper without reason when he swung and slammed Rudolph’s helmet over...
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Two days later, Google Stadia founders finally have their access codes
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge The launch of Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service has been an absolute mess, overpromising and underdelivering at every turn — but at least those gamers who put their faith in Google can actually play now. Google just tweeted that it has finally delivered access codes to everyone who purchased the $130 Stadia Founder’s Edition — some of whom were sitting around with useless Stadia gamepads, waiting for the ability to actually be a “Founder”, until today. Here’s the latest update: If you ordered and paid for Founder’s Edition, you should now have your Stadia access code.Pre-orders and access codes for Premiere Edition will start shipping early next week. Thanks for sticking with us!— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) November 22, 2019 As you... Continue reading…
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The 'Smooth Bernie' conspiracy theory, explained
We've had a year for conspiracy theories.  From the meme that spawned an alien-themed music festival just outside of Area 51 to suspicion surrounding Epstein's death, conspiracy theories have been at the forefront of internet culture. On Thursday, the hellish post-debate news cycle gave us Smooth Bernie.  Democratic candidates took to the debate stage for a fifth face-off on Wednesday night. Post-debate polling shows Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both tied at the top, Emerson Polling reports.  But the real takeaway, according to conservative website The Washington Free Beacon, is that the Vermont senator looked "suspiciously smooth" during the debate. A Free Beacon article published Wednesday night questions whether Sanders went under the knife to get rid of his forehead wrinkles, pointing to a Getty photo taken during the debate that shows the 78-year-old with an unusually smooth brow. Read more...More about Bernie Sanders, Conspiracy Theories, Culture, and Web Culture
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Ben Simmons' NBA 2K20 3-Point Rating Jumps 12 Points After 1st Career Make
Ben Simmons hit a three last night. You may have heard about it a time or 267. It was worth exactly three points, one more than the two-point shots Simmons typically makes. It was also worth 12 points in the virtual world...
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UPDATE 2-U.S. charges Chinese national with stealing trade secrets -Justice Dept
A Chinese national who worked for Monsanto before it was purchased by Bayer AG was charged in St. Louis, Missouri, on Thursday with stealing trade secrets for China, the U.S. Justice Department said.
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Coldplay not touring until they can make it green to do so
"Our dream is to have a show with no single-use plastic — to have it largely solar-powered.”
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