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Murdered couple, missing teens in Canada could be linked: copsNew York Post
The brutal killing of an American woman and an Australian man could be connected to the disappearance of two teenagers in British Columbia and the remains of a man found near their burning car, Canadian police said Monday. Royal Canadian Mounted Police spokesperson Janelle Shoihet said it was “unusual” to have two major investigations &
Yankees allow many homers in CC Sabathia fiascoNew York Post
MINNEAPOLIS — When Target Field opened almost a decade ago, Twins players griped it was difficult to hit a ball out of the jewel of a ballpark. Monday night the ball refused to stay in play when the Yankees and Twins, teams built on the home run, slugged it out in the first of three...
Woman says she was racially profiled mid-proposal by brewery staffNew York Post
“I have never been so humiliated in my life," wrote Cathy-Marie Hamlet in a lengthy Facebook post on Sunday. "On what was supposed to be one of the best days of my life, I was chased out of Angry Orchard by security."
Jarred Kelenic’s mother is sick of Mets stories about her sonNew York Post
Jarred Kelenic will always be tied to the Mets and that doesn’t sit well with the former first-round draft pick’s mother. “It still surprises me seeing him in New York newspapers after all this time,” Lisa Kelenic told Baseball America on Sunday. “He’s 19. He was yours for 4 months. You broke up with him.”.
Hero unclogs sewer to help clear flooding on Queens highwayNew York Post
If you see something, do something. One woman in Queens took action Monday night to help alleviate severe flooding that closed all lanes on the Long Island Expressway near Francis Lewis Boulevard. Daphne Youree exited her car and grabbed an orange construction cone and began clearing debris that was clogging a sewer grate under an...
Puerto Ricans pack streets again after governor refuses to resignNew York Post
Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans packed the streets of San Juan Monday to renew demands that Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resign amid a scandal triggered by the leak of offensive chat messages between him and advisers. A sea of people waving flags, chanting slogans and banging pots and pans jammed a major highway in the...
City Council could allow cyclists to follow pedestrian signals over traffic lightsNew York Post
It’s a green light for cyclists to run red lights. The City Council will vote Tuesday on a bill that would allow bike riders to follow pedestrian walk signs rather than vehicle traffic lights. The legislation, which zoomed through the council’s Transportation Committee Monday and could go into effect as soon as November, would give...
Cops looking for subway creep who took video up woman’s skirtNew York Post
A perverted creep held his cellphone under a woman’s dress aboard a No. 7 train in Queens and recorded illicit video, police said Monday. The suspect approached the 30-year-old woman on June 30 at about 10 p.m. on the northbound train near the 45th Road-Court House Square stop and recorded underneath her dress, cops said....
Sergeants union chief rips NYPD for tweet about cops ‘cooling off’New York Post
“Sometimes you just need to cool off!” Videos posted online Monday — showing NYPD cops being drenched with buckets of water by residents in Harlem and Brooklyn — were being blasted as “reprehensible” and “disgusting” by department brass. But there’s apparently some police officers who don’
Scandals and storms have left Puerto Rico drowning in debtNew York Post
The scandal engulfing Puerto Rico was most recently fueled by revelations in July that Gov. Richard Rosselló had exchanged sexist and homophobic messages with top aides — but the seeds of citizens’ discontent had been sown years earlier. The US territory is drowning in debt to the tune of roughly $70 billion, with roughly 40...
Suspended MTA official caught parked in crosswalk by Post reporterNew York Post
An MTA supervisor who was recently suspended for running a side business on state time spent part of his Monday workday on a meandering shopping break in which he parked in a crosswalk and asked The Post to report that he was at the office. Gustavo Espinal strolled out of the NYC Transit Central Electronics...
In-N-Out can’t explain how mystery burger got to QueensNew York Post
The popular West Coast burger chain In-N-Out said Monday they could not solve the mystery of a New York man who discovered one of their burgers sitting untouched on Queens street. Denny Warnick, the company’s vice president of operations, said in a statement that he was “surprised” to hear about the double-double found early Satur
Mexico sets new record for most murders in first half of yearNew York Post
Mexico set a new murder record in the first half of 2019 — as 17,608 people were killed in the country plagued by cartel and gang violence. The alarming number represents a 5.6% increase over the same period last year when their was 16,714 homicides. National homicide records in Mexico began in 1997. Mexico experienced...
Beauty queen Kathy Zhu fell victim to the left’s ugly biasNew York Post
Kathy Zhu is an intelligent, global-class beauty, worthy of being crowned Miss World. Now, she’ll never get the chance. Her goal of achieving national and international beauty-pageant stardom — to join a rarified realm in which ladies are best advised to shake their booties, not their brains — was dashed last week when she was...
Giants, Daniel Jones contract saga is overNew York Post
Daniel Jones is one step closer to Eli Manning’s throne. The Giants and Jones agreed to a contract Monday night, according to the NFL Network. Jones, as the No. 6-overall draft pick in the NFL draft, will earn a four-year deal worth $25.5 million, with about $16.6 million in guaranteed money. Giants rookies will practice...
Berkeley political correctness means we’d get ‘Person-hattan’New York Post
You’ve probably heard that the city of Berkeley, Calif., is banning the use of the word “manhole” because it isn’t gender-neutral — meaning it has that deplorable word “man” in it. Instead, the city — where, in case you’re interested, I once had the pleasure of seeing a young woman walking on the street with...
Iran’s bitcoin interest should have the world concernedNew York Post
The Associated Press reported last week that there is a boom in bitcoin use — in Iran. “Some observers have warned that cryptocurrencies could be used to bypass the Trump administration’s sanctions targeting Iran over its unraveling nuclear deal with world powers,” explained AP. Or, as I’ve said in past columns, these cryptocurrencies allow rogue..
Warren Buffett took Occidental CEO ‘to the cleaners’: Carl IcahnNew York Post
Occidental Petroleum allowed itself to be played by the Oracle of Omaha so top brass could hold onto their jobs, billionaire investor Carl Icahn alleged Monday. Icahn, who has railed against the oil company’s “risky” merger plans, says Occidental Chief Executive Vicki Hollub was out of her league in negotiating with Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buff
Saks Off Fifth closing only store in the BronxNew York Post
Saks’ discount brand, Saks Off Fifth, is pulling out of The Bronx after opening its first store there two years ago. The 25,000-square-foot store at the Bay Plaza Shopping Center will close on Oct. 31, according to a public filing. The store employs 31 staffers. The luxury discount chain’s parent company, Toronto-based Hudson’s Bay Co.,...
Hollywood publicist Peggy Siegal losing clients over Jeffrey Epstein tiesNew York Post
Hollywood is running closing credits on publicist Peggy Siegal, citing her ties to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. No fewer than three movie or television clients have fired Siegal for her role in raising the profile of the convicted child sex trafficker, according to a story in Monday’s Variety. The trade publication identified the clients as
Venezeula capital plunges into darkness after massive power outageNew York Post
CARACAS, Venezuela — The lights have gone out across much of Venezuela, snarling traffic in the capital and reviving fears of the blackouts that plunged the country into chaos a few months ago. The power in the capital went out after 4 p.m. and immediately backed up traffic as stop lights and the subway stopped...
NJ man busted after allegedly leaving toddler in car for 3 hoursNew York Post
A New Jersey man was reportedly arrested for leaving his 3-year-old son in a hot car while he spent three hours inside a sports bar early Saturday. Atlantic City resident Brandon Morgan, 32, was inside Chickie’s & Pete’s in Egg Harbor Township when good Samaritans noticed his son was alone in the car at about...
Tiger, Brooks and The Beard: The best of an all-too-fast major seasonNew York Post
DUBLIN , Ireland — With Shane Lowry having captured the British Open Sunday at Royal Portrush and all of Ireland not nearly finished celebrating, this brings an abrupt and jarring close to golf’s 2019 major championship season. So it’s our duty to remind you that 261 days remain until the next major, the 2020 Masters,...
Dave Chappelle’s no-cellphone rule doesn’t apply to MadonnaNew York Post
“She was the only one who got to keep her phone,” said a spy.
Woman killed in jet ski accident at popular Georgia lakeNew York Post
A 20-year-old Georgia woman was killed in a jet ski accident on Lake Lanier — the 12th person to die at the popular reservoir this year, authorities said. Kaylynn Ticas was riding a watercraft at high speed Saturday around 2:30 p.m. when she crashed into the shoreline, WSB-TV reported. Bystanders pulled Ticas from the water...
Uber says de Blasio’s ride-share rules hurt poor New YorkersNew York Post
The de Blasio administration’s crackdown on ride-hailing services is hurting poor riders, according to Uber. The San Francisco company says city and state regulations reining in ride-hailing services like Uber are only making life difficult for lower income neighborhoods — while having zero impact on more affluent New York City riders. “The data su
Video shows woman cross flooded Brooklyn street during hellish stormNew York Post
A powerful rainstorm hammered New York City on Monday evening, flooding streets in Brooklyn and Staten Island and downing trees in the metro area.
Yankees fall victim to rare, sad triple playNew York Post
After DJ LeMahieu and Aaron Judge started the first inning by drawing walks from Twins lefty Martin Perez, the heavy-legged Edwin Encarnacion strolled to the plate. Out of all the Yankee hitters, Encarnacion was the strongest candidate to hit into a triple play because he runs like damp cement going uphill. So when he hit...
Paz de la Huerta meets with DA again over Harvey Weinstein caseNew York Post
She’s expected back in the district attorney’s office on Thursday.
Man says he nearly died after contracting flesh-eating bacteria in FloridaNew York Post
A Georgia man says he contracted a flesh-eating bacteria during a family vacation to Florida — and nearly died. Tony Meredith told WDHN that he began to experience flu-like symptoms about five days after he got home to Colquitt, Ga., from his annual trip to Panama City Fla., earlier this month. A nurse practitioner first...