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  1. Gary Sanchez’s reversal of fortunes is nearly complete BALTIMORE — He needs to be the Yankees savior, not their enigma. There have been encouraging signs of adjustments recently and that could make all the difference for Gary Sanchez. He can give so much to this Yankees team if his talents fully blossom. Consider this from a scout who has been following the Yankees...
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  2. Yankees getting good news on James Paxton and Masahiro Tanaka fronts BALTIMORE — After not drowning in bad news regarding injuries, the AL East-leading Yankees received positive vibes concerning the health of Masahiro Tanaka and James Paxton on Tuesday. Having already listed Tanaka as their starter for Thursday’s game against the horrid Orioles at Camden Yards, the only thing the Yankees wanted to see from Tanaka’s...
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  3. Ozzie Guillen now enters Todd Frazier-Adam Eaton feud: ‘Nobody liked you’ The origins of the Great Todd Frazier-Adam Eaton Feud are still a mystery, but Tuesday night gave some insight to what started it all. Former Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, who figures to still have an idea of what’s going on in the clubhouse as an NBC Sports Chicago analyst, weighed in. “Eaton, nobody...
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  4. Avenatti expects to be indicted in coming days for Nike extortion scheme Michael Avenatti expects to be indicted within the next 48 hours on federal charges related to his alleged Nike extortion scheme, he says. The high-profile lawyer announced his impending indictment on Twitter. “I intend on fighting these bogus/legally baseless allegations, and will plead not guilty to ALL CHARGES,” tweeted Avenatti. “I look forward to the...
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  5. Great white shark heads to the Hamptons just in time for Memorial Day Cabot, the great white shark that made a splash when he was tracked in the Long Island Sound off of Greenwich, Conn., clearly has posh taste — he’s now made it to the Hamptons.
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  6. US government offers $1K to adopt a wild horse In an effort to control the population of wild horses, the U.S. government is offering $1000 for anyone who adopts the majestic animals, CBS reports.
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  7. Kevin Durant’s closest confidant dodges Knicks hype Kevin Durant’s closest confidant is playing it safe. The superstar’s manager and media business partner, Rich Kleiman, offered little hints over his client’s future Tuesday during an appearance at the Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything Festival. “That is 100 percent undecided and I’m waiting on Kevin,” Kleiman said.  “That’s the truth.” Many in the...
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  8. Man indicted in fatal shooting of Nipsey Hussle Eric Ronald Holder Jr. was indicted on one count of murder, two counts each of attempted murder and assault with a firearm, and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.
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  9. Trump nominates Barbara Barrett for Air Force secretary WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump nominated an aerospace executive and former ambassador to Finland to be the next secretary of the Air Force on Tuesday. Trump said in a tweet that he has chosen Barbara Barrett, former chairman of The Aerospace Corporation, to replace Heather Wilson when she steps down at the end of this...
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  10. John Turturro probes medieval murder mystery in ‘The Name of the Rose’ “The Name of the Rose,” premiering 10 p.m. Thursday on Sundance TV, is a murder mystery set in the middle of the 14th century. That may not seem like the obvious choice for summer entertainment, but series star John Turturro thinks the Umberto Eco tale — a bestselling 1980 novel and 1986 movie starring Sean...
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  11. Suicidal ‘Handmaid’ turns out to be a red umbrella It wasn’t a handmaid’s tale after all. A New Yorker says she called 911 when she thought she saw a person in the iconic red robes from “The Handmaid’s Tale” on the ledge of a building Tuesday — but it turned out to be just be a crimson umbrella on a rooftop. “This morning I...
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  12. My dog and I tried ‘human-grade’ pet food and this is how it went It’s an uncanny concept! Just Food For Dogs — a California company that makes, in its own words, “human-grade” cuisine for canines from scratch — opened a takeout spot in Union Square earlier this month. At the grab-and-go eatery, located inside Petco at Broadway and 17th Street, health-conscious pups can sample food and fill doggy...
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  13. Mets can’t let Yoenis Cespedes mess scare them off spending big again For sure, the Mets should regard Yoenis Cespedes as a cautionary tale. Will they grasp the proper moral to the story, though? You’re worried the latest Cespedes bombshell — the multiple fractures in his right ankle, purportedly suffered at his Port St. Lucie, Fla. ranch, announced Monday by general manager Brodie Van Wagenen — will...
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  14. AOC and Elizabeth Warren rip ‘Game of Thrones’ ending Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Elizabeth Warren complained about the ending of the “Game of Thrones” in a video posted online Tuesday. The two politicians railed against the male-centric plot and the portrayal of “emotional” woman in the resolution of the epic HBO drama. “I feel like we were getting so close to having this...
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  15. Public housing for illegal immigrants is transparently unfair Housing shortages are plunging New York City and Los Angeles into crisis. Affordable rental units are scarce, families are doubling up, shelters are jam-packed and tens of thousands are sleeping sprawled on the streets of these two cities. The wait-list for public housing is more than four years long in LA and would be even...
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  16. Even de Blasio isn’t sold on his 2020 campaign dream Dollar Bill is hedging his bets. Mayor Bill de Blasio, who’s been pleading with people to pledge as a little as a buck to support his quixotic bid for the White House, has hired a “lean and mean” presidential campaign team of just five people, because he’s not sure if he’ll be a viable candidate,...
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  17. Rabbis agree: Get vaccinated, already Despite a massive campaign by New York health officials urging people to vaccinate their children, the measles outbreak continues to worsen here in New York and nationally. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported this week that 880 new cases in 24 states have been identified. Most of those cases are in New York,...
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  18. Restaurant owners furious over GrubHub billing revelations This is gearing up to be one ugly food fight. Restaurant owners have been digging into their GrubHub billing records and demanding their money back since reading The Post’s exclusive report Monday about how the food delivery giant has been racking up fees for non-existent orders — potentially for years. Nicky Perry, owner of two...
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  19. Welcome the fleet! Fleet Week 2019 starts Wednesday morning as 11 American and two Canadian vessels reach New York Harbor in the annual Parade of Ships down the Hudson. Most will dock and open for free public tours during the week. For exact times in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island, and for a host of events across the...
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  20. Jerry Nadler’s cynical, cowardly show Jerry Nadler was at it again Tuesday, waxing indignant about former White House counsel Don McGahn’s refusal to testify before the House Judiciary Committee. It’s all a show, meant to keep old news in the headlines, and to appease the large “Impeach Now!” wing of the Democratic Party without actually doing anything. Everyone on Judiciary...
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  21. NYC spends double the national average on education, has little to show for it New figures released Tuesday show that New York City spends more than twice the national average to educate its public-school students — but recent test scores reveal a sorry return on that investment. The city shelled out a whopping $25,199 per pupil during fiscal 2017, compared to just $12,201 nationwide, according to data from the...
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  22. Former Gov. David Paterson surprises Curtis Sliwa’s ex-wife with proposal “The place went crazy. She said yes — and later said, ‘I can’t imagine a more magical evening.’ ”
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  23. These art-filled hotels could moonlight as museums This summer, if you’re looking for a weekend escape that doesn’t skimp on culture, consider these six hotels. They’re easy to get to — but more to the point, they’re all within reach of world-class art and hang it proudly on their walls. Hamilton Princess Bermuda (from $629) Hop a 2-hour-ish flight, breeze through customs,...
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  24. This iconic mountain retreat is turning 150 This year, Mohonk Mountain House rings in its 150th year in operation. The iconic sprawling resort in New Paltz, near Poughkeepsie, has a year-long roster of celebratory activities and special events. Its founders, the Smiley family, will join history tours, bonfire talks and hikes over the weekends of June 28 to 30 and Nov. 1...
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  25. Tamron Hall surprises fans at true-crime convention “She was not on the schedule,” an insider told us.
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  26. This ‘white-supremacy culture’ training is far worse than nonsense Is Chancellor Richard Carranza trying to fight school bias — or standards of any kind? Judging from the seminars he has forced on top Department of Education officials, it’s the latter. It’s not just the slide shown in Tuesday’s Post, which outlines how “white-supremacy culture” includes such concepts as “objectivity” and “worship of the written...
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  27. Drag queens ‘go crazy’ over Cyndi Lauper at GLSEN gala “I’ve never seen drag queens more excited,” exclaimed a seasoned guest.
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  28. Mayor Bill de Blasio goes on TV and professes love for ska Your move, Beto. Mayor Bill de Blasio went on CNN Tuesday and professed his love for ska — the Jamaican music genre that fused with punk in the mid-1990s. Hizzoner let it be known during a “New Day” segment called “Candidate Mixtape,” in which presidential hopefuls discuss their musical tastes. “How do you feel about...
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  29. Rent these tiny homes by the night — and for tiny prices, too Make like a minimalist and book a summertime escape with Petite Retreats (888-503-7708), a vacation rental company that manages tiny homes, yurts, cottages, teepees and covered wagons across the country. Last year, the firm debuted the Tuxbury Tiny House Village in New Hampshire, with five adorable houses ranging from 180 to 310 square feet called Emerson,...
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  30. Adrian Grenier spotted with cast on his leg during solo dinner “He was walking with crutches,” we're told.
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