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  1. Giants taking look at Johnathan Cyprien, Tre Boston for open secondary spot On the day the Giants welcome in their rookies for the start of training camp, the team on Monday will also bring in a pair of veteran safeties, as Johnathan Cyprien and Tre Boston are expected in for visits, The Post confirmed. The defensive backfield is already in a major state of renovation, with two...
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  2. Two Southwest planes collide while preparing for departure in Nashville A battle of the winglets left two Southwest Airlines planes full of passengers out of commission in Nashville. “Welcome to Crashville,” passenger Eric Borden tweeted Saturday night from one of the two clipped airliners. “Got stuck waiting on a plane at BNA due to weather on the way back to Atlanta. We finally pull back...
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  3. Florida House hopeful Elizabeth McCarthy admits to lying about saving Pulse nightclub victims A former Democratic hopeful for Florida’s House of Representatives confessed to making up claims that she removed 77 bullets from Pulse nightclub victims, flatly admitting to state investigators that she lied about her dramatic response to the mass shooting. Elizabeth McCarthy, 50, confessed to the Florida Department of Health that she lied about removing the...
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  4. First images emerge of crew from oil tanker seized by Iran The first images of the crew of the British-flagged oil tanker seized by Iranian forces in the Strait of Hormuz were released on Monday, showing them gathered around a table and preparing a meal. The 23-member crew of the Stena Impero, many of them dressed in red coveralls bearing the name of the vessel, are...
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  5. Animal shelter: Our pets ‘protect you from the Area 51 aliens’ These pets are looking to get beamed up. An Oklahoma animal shelter has jumped on the viral “Storm Area 51” event in an attempt to find forever homes for its rescue dogs, cats and pigs. “Come storm our shelter,” OKC Animal Shelter wrote Friday in a Facebook post that’s racked up more than 11,000 shares....
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  6. UFC champ Jon Jones accused of slapping waitress’ genitals Jon Jones may be the best to ever step into the octagon, but his record in the court of public opinion continues to disappoint. The UFC light heavyweight champion is facing a battery charge, following an alleged incident in April at a strip club in New Mexico. Jones is currently being accused of slapping a...
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  7. Kenya Barris Developing Netflix Animated Series Based on Kid Cudi’s New Album Cudi will star in, write, and executive produce the series, which will showcase music from his new album "Entergalactic."
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  8. New parents charged with strangling unwanted baby in hospital A young couple strangled their newborn to death in a California hospital just hours after the birth, saying they had never wanted him, according to authorities. Police in Oxnard say they were called to St. John’s Medical Center on Friday morning because of a newborn “in critical condition with suspicious injuries.” “Despite the efforts of...
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  9. FDNY says damaged air conditioner cord caused fatal Queens blaze The Queens blaze that killed a mother and her 7-year-old daughter was caused by a damaged air conditioner cord, the FDNY said Monday. The two-alarm fire erupted on Sunday morning at the 117th Street home in Richmond Hill, leaving dead Siliva Umana, 51, and 7-year-old Guadalupe Perez, officials said. Umana’s sons, 19 and 15, were...
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  10. Rashida Tlaib says she’s not going anywhere until she impeaches Trump ​Rep. Rashida Tlaib ​–​ one of the four members of the squad that President Trump said needs to “go back” to where ​they came from — returned to her hometown Monday and insisted she’s not budging. “I’m not going nowhere,” Tlaib said to cheers at the NAACP convention in Detroit. “Not until I impeach this...
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  12. Tom Brady takes heat after leaping off cliff with 6-year-old daughter Pigskin great Tom Brady is taking heat over his decision to jump off a cliff with his 6-year-old daughter in Costa Rica over the weekend. The New England Patriots quarterback — who posted video of the moment to his Instagram page — can be heard asking Vivian, his daughter with model wife Gisele Bundchen, whether...
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  13. Camila Cabello opens up about her struggles with anxiety "I was generally incredibly nervous and socially anxious when I was little, and people always have this look of disbelief when I tell them that."
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  14. Oklahoma will struggle to overcome its weakness this time While new quarterback Jalen Hurts was indeed 26-2 as a starter at Alabama, there is a dangerous assumption he will simply pick up where Heisman winners and fellow transfers Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray left off before him at Oklahoma. We’re not so sure, considering the record-breaking numbers posted by Mayfield and Murray that helped...
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  15. Shane Lowry celebrates British Open win with bar sing-along Shane Lowry knows how to celebrate. After sealing his first career major win at the British Open in Northern Ireland on Sunday, Lowry toasted the victory at a pub, where the Irishman engaged in a sing-along of “The Fields of Athenry.” In footage currently making the rounds on social media, Lowry, 32, is seen with...
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  16. Tourist blames illness at Dominican Republic resort on ‘soapy’ mojitos A British woman says a resort in the Dominican Republic served her “soapy” mojitos, leaving her bedridden with orange diarrhea, according to a report. Karin Kidd said she came down with a mystery illness at the Luxury Bahia Principe Resort Bouganville La Romana, where she had a suspicious-tasting cocktail at the pool, The Sun reported....
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  17. Goldie Hawn loves veggies and more star snaps Goldie Hawn goes grocery shopping, Kaia Gerber checks out her own work and more...
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  19. Chelsea Clinton welcomes third child with Marc Mezvinsky Chelsea welcomed a baby boy, Jasper Clinton Mezvinsky, on Monday morning.
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  20. Trolls target owner of pet chihuahua Gizmo after it was snatched by seagull A seagull swooped down and grabbed a chihuahua from the garden of a home in England over the weekend, right in front of one of its horrified owners, according to reports. Becca Hill’s 4-year-old pup, Gizmo, was outside her home in the seaside town of Paignton in Devon, southwest England, Sunday afternoon when the sea...
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  21. Le’Veon Bell goes nuts on critics in frantic airport Instagram video Le’Veon Bell hasn’t played a game in New York, but he is already fed up with his critics. The Jets new running back has a well-known life outside of football, and took to Instagram to address criticism surrounding it. In his free time, Bell has a semi-successful rapping career and enjoys playing basketball. “Real s–t,...
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  22. ‘Beautiful Day’ trailer: First look at Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers Do you buy “the nicest guy in Hollywood” as Mister Rogers? The first trailer for “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” the new Fred Rogers biopic, premiered Monday, and it features two-time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks in full cardigan and loafer mode. “I think the best thing we can do is let people know...
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  23. C.J. Mosley tasked with becoming center of Jets defense and culture As the Jets get close to training camp, I am examining the roster and giving 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 them before...
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  24. El Chapo appeals life sentence for decades-long reign over drug cartel Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman is appealing his life sentence — plus 30 years — for his decades-long reign over the Sinaloa cartel. Defense lawyer Mark Fernich filed the notice of appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Thursday, a day after the 62-year-old crime kingpin was sentenced in...
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  25. Blac Chyna’s mom, Tokyo Toni, accuses Wendy Williams of using cocaine "Wendy is so gone, that when I see her, I'mma knock her face off," Toni threatened.
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  26. Fast-growing web of doorbell cams raises privacy fears The woodsy community of Wolcott, Connecticut, doesn’t see a lot of crime. But when the police chief heard about an opportunity to distribute doorbell cameras to some homes, he didn’t hesitate. The police who keep watch over the town of 16,000 raffled off free cameras in a partnership with the camera manufacturer. So far, the...
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  27. Couple had ‘heated exchange’ with mystery man before their deaths in British Columbia A bearded mystery man spotted having a “heated exchange” with the young couple found murdered in British Columbia last week could help investigators crack the case, according to a new report. Chynna Noelle Deese, 24, of Charlotte, North Carolina, and her beau Lucas Robertson Fowler, of Australia, were found shot dead on the side of...
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  28. Inside Miles Teller’s Las Vegas bachelor party "Girls were trying to come to talk at their tables and they weren’t having it. He wanted to be at a lowkey table and not on stage," an insider told us.
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  29. Novak Djokovic’s marriage under fire after wife’s Wimbledon absence Tennis legend Novak Djokovic’s marriage is under scrutiny after wife Jelena — his “rock” — missed his Wimbledon win. The 33-year-old did not attend any of his matches at the tournament in which he beat Roger Federer in last Sunday’s final — his fifth men’s title victory. She also missed the prestigious Wimbledon Champions Ball,...
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  30. Israeli probes into deaths of Palestinians often go nowhere JALAZON REFUGEE CAMP, West Bank — Hamedo Fakhouri clearly remembers the moment when the young Palestinian who worked at his neighborhood coffee shop was shot dead. Israeli troops were lingering after an overnight arrest raid in the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem when he noticed the mentally disabled Mohammed Habali limp up the street...
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