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Trump will ‘think about’ inviting NBA champ Raptors to White House
With Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seated steps away, President Trump said Thursday that he’d “think about” whether to invite the NBA champion Toronto Raptors to the White House. “They played phenomenal basketball,” he said about Canada’s first NBA champs. “I watched a little bit of it. They were really terrific. Congratulations … that was...
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Rays looking into splitting season between Tampa and Montreal
And you thought the Islanders had it bad. Major League Baseball’s executive council has given the Rays the “permission to explore” a split season between Tampa Bay and Montreal, commissioner Rob Manfred announced at the conclusion of the owners’ meetings Thursday in Midtown. “The purpose of a split season would be to preserve baseball in...
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Janelle Monáe wears rainbow-striped thong bikini on vacation
From black and white to rainbow bright.
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Auto-repair mogul gets five years for postal-truck repair scam
A New York auto repair magnate who was convicted of tax fraud has been sentenced to five years in prison for running a $30-million scheme in which he bribed US Postal Service employees to get postal truck repair jobs. Ibrahim “Tony” Issa, 57, who owns First Star Auto Repair in The Bronx and shops in...
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Tour bus catches couple getting down while driving
This tour bus’ hilarious highway experience sure doesn’t leave much to the imagination. While driving down a highway, the group immediately noticed a couple in the car next to them having sex. While the location of the bizarre encounter is unclear, even the bus driver’s loud honking couldn’t embarrass the smiling duo.   Subscribe to...
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Woman claims to find dead, petrified bird in canned spinach
A Pennsylvania woman preparing dinner for her family last week was shocked when she allegedly opened a can of veggies only to find a dead and petrified bird at the bottom of the can. Cherie Lyons says she was making dinner in her Franklin County home on June 12 when she opened a can of...
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Billionaire sells his smaller Hamptons estate for $42.5M
Natural gas billionaire Michael S. Smith and his wife Iris have finally sold their contemporary Hamptons beach house for close to its last asking price of $42.5 million, sources tell the Post. The couple made an even bigger splash in 2016, when they paid $110 million for property on East Hampton’s Lily Pond Lane in...
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Teacher of chemistry lab gone wrong neglected safety protocols: expert
A chemistry safety expert testified Thursday in the trial for a Beacon High School Student who was burned in an experiment-gone-wrong in 2014 to say that his chemistry teacher and the school neglected a slew of safety protocols. “It never should have been done,” Samuella Sigmann said of the “Rainbow Experiment” that chemistry teacher Anna...
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Navy SEAL reveals on stand he killed prisoner, not chief
A Navy SEAL testifying against a decorated chief in his murder trial confessed that he was responsible for killing a captive Islamic State teen, not the fellow comrade, in a bombshell revelation in the courtroom. Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Corey Scott said Thursday that he covered the wounded prisoner’s breathing tube, asphyxiating the teen...
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Cops look for owner of prosthetic ear found on Florida beach
These Florida cops have had it up to ‘ear.’ Someone discovered a rubber, prosthetic ear at the Manatee Public Beach — and now local authorities are desperately trying to track down the owner. “Have you lost an ear?” the Holmes Beach Police Department posted to Facebook Tuesday. “This prosthetic ear was found at the Manatee...
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Struggling Mets fire pitching coach Dave Eiland
The Mets have fired pitching coach Dave Eiland, The Post’s Mike Puma confirmed. In a coaching shakeup, the Mets let go of Eiland and bullpen coach Chuck Hernandez. The Mets have underachieved this season after Brodie Van Wagenen spoke about competing for a championship this season. They’re 35-39 and just lost another series in Atlanta.
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Poll finds 71 percent back transgender people in military
​An overwhelming majority of Americans believe transgender men and women should be able to serve in the US military, a survey released Thursday found. ​Seventy-one percent said they favored allowing transgender people to serve, while only 26 percent opposed ​it, a Gallup Poll showed. ​Democrats backed the idea 88 to 11 percent, independents supported it...
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Giants release fan-friendly training camp schedule
Unlike several teams that have almost completely shut the fans out of the training camp experience, the Giants will hold 10 practices this summer open to the public, the first on July 25 at 2:45 p.m. at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in the MetLife Sports Complex. As a comparison, the Eagles will allow fans...
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How ‘Child’s Play’ made a new Chucky doll to haunt your dreams
This weekend, while Woody and Buzz are making you cry, Chucky will be making ’em die. Yes, the ginger-haired, maniacal doll is back in theaters for the first time since 2004’s “Seed of Chucky” in the new movie “Child’s Play.” (The last two entries in the franchise were direct-to-video.) The scary film isn’t just another...
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Shaq’s beauty routine for the 2019 NBA Awards is ‘very easy’
The 2019 NBA Awards presented by KIA airs live on Monday, June 24 on TNT at 9 p.m. ET.
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Stephanie Pratt didn’t want to be ‘Spencer’s sister’ on ‘Made in Chelsea’
"Being on a show by myself was probably the best thing that could have happened to me."
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Senate votes to block Trump’s $8 billion Saudi arms deal
​The Senate voted on Thursday to block the Trump administration’s $8 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia​ but the numbers were not enough to overturn a veto by President Trump. The Republican-led Senate filed 22 resolutions – one for each of the contracts – and grouped them into three votes. Two of them passed with...
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Swanky townhouse renovated after fire sells for $19M
An Upper East Side townhouse that had been ravaged by a 2017 fire has sold for $19 million. The 25-foot limestone mansion at 9 E. 84th St. suffered damage stemming from a fire that tore through a neighboring home at 7 E. 84th St., which had once been owned by New York real estate lawyer...
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Supermodel Bar Refaeli expecting third child
Bump's the word for Bar Refaeli.
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Millionaire fan snatches up Prince’s lavish Caribbean estate
A Turks and Caicos estate owned by late pop-music icon Prince has sold for $10.8 million, the Wall Street Journal reports. The “Purple Rain” star, who died in 2016 at age 57, fittingly outfitted the spread with a driveway and a private movie theater both colored purple. (The former is purple concrete; the latter is...
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Jonotthan Harrison is potential Jets’ weak spot to watch closely
As the Jets get close to training camp, I am going to examine the roster and give you my top 25 players. Each weekday, we will reveal another person on the list, leading right into camp. I am not including rookies on this list because I do not feel it is possible to fully evaluate...
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US women run themselves ragged while men kick back: survey
A woman’s work is truly never done. New research has found that, in 2018, women put in longer hours at their jobs — and still spent more time caring for their kids and doing household chores than in previous years. They also got less sleep, less relaxation and fewer opportunities to socialize. The data, released...
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‘RHONJ’ star Margaret Josephs honored for work in local community
No drama here!
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Tourist likely died from ‘shock’ of seeing fiancé dead: Dominican officials
Dominican Republic health officials say the Maryland woman found dead last month with her fiancé in a hotel room likely died from the “shock” of seeing her partner dead. Ministry of Public Health spokesman Carlos Suero insisted that the Caribbean country shouldn’t be blamed for the series of tourist deaths on the island, which includes...
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Aaron Judge’s final rehab game won on embarrassing blunder
Aaron Judge completed his rehab assignment with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Wednesday night with a 10-inning, 7-6 win over Norfolk, Baltimore’s affiliate. And he can thank Anderson Feliz for that. The Tides led 6-5 in the bottom of the 10th when Breyvic Valera came to the plate with a runner on second and sent the game-tying double...
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US drone shot out of sky by Iran cost $123 million
Drones commonly refer to the small, unmanned aerial vehicles seen crisscrossing local skies — but the US military’s RQ-4A Global Hawk shot down by Iran bears little resemblance to its buzzing brethren. The aircraft costs a whopping $123 million apiece – about $34 million more than Lockheed Martin’s F-35A Lightning II, the Pentagon’s next-generation fighter...
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Warriors floating costly Kevin Durant sign-and-trade scenario
Kevin Durant may have a different path to the Knicks. According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, the Warriors are floating the idea of doing a sign-and-trade with the injured forward to benefit both Durant and Golden State. The Warriors are the only team in the league that can sign him to a super-max deal. “One of...
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Young people are growing horns from cellphone use: study
Are smartphones turning us into monsters? In a BBC report about the changing human skeleton published last week, biomechanics researcher Dr. David Shahur of the University of The Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, says he’s noticed an increasingly common horn-like growth at the base of the neck — sometimes so large they can be seen...
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CFL: Take Roughriders over the Redblacks, plus the Under
The Saskatchewan Roughriders lost a game and their No. 1 QB last week in a 23-17 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The Roughriders offense was a major area of concern heading into the season, with a suspect offensive line and a thin skill-position group, but now they must worry about the health of QB Zach...
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How to get reservations at Taco Bell’s insane Palm Springs resort
Checking in! Reservations will soon be available for the vacation spot of your dreams (or nightmares). Taco Bell’s “The Bell Hotel and Resort,” a themed attraction where you can get taco-inspired nail art and rest your head on hot sauce packet pillows, will open up reservations at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 27, on the hotel’s...
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