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Lone survivor of deadly SC shooting has ‘long road ahead of him’
The lone survivor of the deadly South Carolina shooting, who was able to call for help before lapsing into unconsciousness, has lost a lot of blood and his daughter said he has a “long road ahead of him.” HVAC technician Robert Shook, 38, of Cherryville, SC, was one of six people gunned down by former...
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Jets’ search for Zach Wilson’s backup quarterback is pivotal
The Jets answered some questions about their plans at quarterback with the Sam Darnold trade. It is clear that BYU’s Zach Wilson will be the pick at No. 2 in the draft on April 29. Even with that seemingly decided, though, there is a glaring hole in the Jets’ quarterback room. Who will be Wilson’s...
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Imperfect replay system is still better than none at all
There is no greater love/hate relationship in all of sports than replay. It is essential … and it is bothersome. It increases integrity within the games … and slows them to a crawl. It gets bad calls turned to good calls … except when it doesn’t. And, as we saw Thursday at Citi Field, there...
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Irish prime minister warns of ‘spiral back’ to conflict amid Belfast riots
Ireland’s prime minister, Taoiseach Micheál Martin, pleaded for calm Saturday after a week of violent riots roiled Belfast, Northern Ireland — as officials raised alarms over reports that children as young as 12 have been joining in. “We owe it to the ‘agreement generation’ and indeed future generations not to spiral back to that dark...
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NYPD needs to ‘break the silence’ around cop suicides: priest
If there was a silver lining to the tragic death of Denis Mullaney, the commanding officer of the 107th precinct in Queens who killed himself this week, it was the call to action made by the priest who officiated his funeral — where he implored the NYPD to do more to “break the silence” around...
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Minnesota boy, 10, steals family car to buy Cheerios
Let’s hope he’s not a cereal offender. A 10-year-old boy from Stillwater, Minnesota, found himself in hot water last week when, after his parents decided to take a nap, he stole the family minivan to stock up on Cheerios. Police tried to apprehend the boy driving the Chrysler minivan after noticing the driver was a...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Sam & Mattie Make a Zombie Movie’ on VOD, A Documentary About The Two Best Friends With Down Syndrome Who Made ‘Spring Break Zombie Massacre’
This behind-the-scenes doc tells the story of two BFF who rallied their town to make their dream movie.
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Atlanta cops beg residents to stop shooting each other in new campaign
Maybe if they just ask nicely. The Atlanta Police Department has taken to social media to beg residents: please stop shooting each other. “We’re hoping that people will see the message and think twice before they resort to picking up a gun,” department spokeswoman Chata Spikes told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Anger + Guns Adds Up...
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COVID vaccine shortages to hit developing countries amid shipment delays
Coronavirus vaccine shortages are set to hit dozens of developing countries as a program designed to ensure access to vulnerable populations is bedeviled by shipment delays. COVAX, an international initiative of UNICEF, the World Health Organization and others, were cleared for delivery of just two million doses of vaccine to 92 countries, a figure that...
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Natasha Bedingfield praised by fans after joining ‘Unwritten’ TikTok craze
Bedingfield's 2004 hit "Unwritten" has been turned into the latest dance craze on TikTok.
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Landmark San Francisco Bay inn, lighthouse in limbo after power cut to mainland
A landmark San Francisco Bay inn has a dark future. Historic East Brother Light Station, and its adjoining bed & breakfast, lost power when the underwater cable connecting it to the mainland was cut on April 1. And now the Coast Guard charged with the lighthouse’s management says that solar power might be the best...
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Matthew Perry post-and-deletes BTS photo of ‘Friends’ reunion
Could he be anymore excited?
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Akil Baddoo’s surprise Tigers start making fantasy baseball waves
After witnessing 2020 first hand (and 2021, too), it’s easy to see why people have long said, “Life is full of surprises.” But shocking events are hardly anything new. In the sports world, we’ve seen the U.S. defeat Russia in hockey during the 1980 Olympics, Buster Douglas knock out Mike Tyson to win the heavyweight...
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Five dog tags found in belly of South Carolina monster gator
A South Carolina hunter got the shock of his life when he killed a monster “nuisance gator” along the Edisto River in the alligator-laden ACE Basin estuary in Beaufort, Colleton and Charleston counties. After taking the gator to Cordray’s, a butcher shop that has a side business in taxidermy in Ravenel, S.C., Ned McNeely found...
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Britain’s military honors Prince Philip with 40-minute gun salute
The prince, who died Friday morning at the age of 99, served heroically in the Royal Navy during World War II and was devoted to military causes all his life.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Knuckledust’ on Hulu, A Fight Club Movie That Bites From Tarantino And Guy Ritchie
Can you hang with its Quentin Tarantino-isms long enough to find out what went down?
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Phillies vs. Braves prediction: All signs point to Atlanta
The Philadelphia Phillies swept the Atlanta Braves to begin the 2021 season and the Braves will be out for revenge this weekend, looking to Ian Anderson on Saturday to help the cause. The Braves scored just three runs in their three losses to the Phillies to start the season, but hung 14 runs in 23...
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Driver arrested after Mercedes slams into scaffolding in Midtown: cops
A Mercedes-Benz with a trunk full of high-end bags slammed into scaffolding along Midtown East, causing a mess, police said. A man in his 20s was driving the Mercedes E300 along East 58th Street, between Second and Third avenues around 4 a.m., when he crashed the high-end car into a section of scaffolding in front...
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Best star snaps of the week: ‘Horny’ Lil Nas X, bathing beauties and more
After dropping a hell-themed music video for his song “Montero,” Lil Nas X rocks a baseball hat adorned with devil horns.
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New York’s COVID-19 positivity rate, hospitalizations decline
New York’s coronavirus positivity rate hit the lowest level in a month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday. Of the 260,700 test results reported Friday, 7,283, or 2.79 percent were positive, Cuomo said. The statewide rate Friday when measured on a seven-day average was 3.31 percent, a bit less than the previous day and the lowest...
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ESPN, CBS turn blind eye at Masters to Tiger Woods’ haunted past
Show of hands: How many of you are stupid? I mean buy-the-Brooklyn Bridge stupid? By now, one would think it’s time for TV to cut it out. Instead, it remains tethered to the notion that its audiences are predominated by the gullible and unworldly, thus all audiences are to be treated like suckers. And not...
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Curtis Sliwa calls for end to tax exemptions for NYC universities, MSG
GOP mayoral candidate and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa says it’s time to nix city property-tax breaks for Madison Square Garden, top private universities and large hospitals. The call was the most eye-catching part of a 21-page “property tax reform plan” obtained by The Post that Sliwa is expected to drop next week. Sliwa said...
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Declaration of Independence, Emancipation Proclamation up for auction at Sotheby’s
If your pursuit of happiness includes owning a first printing of the Declaration of Independence, the iconic artifact of American history and more are heading to the auction block at Sotheby’s Tuesday. But start saving your money now, as the large personal library, which also includes documents like an early version of the Emancipation Proclamation...
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Prince Philip funeral to include COVID-restricted procession led by Charles
Prince Philip will be laid to rest next Saturday following a brief procession led by Prince Charles, Buckingham Palace revealed today, according to various reports. The Duke of Edinburgh, longtime consort of Queen Elizabeth II, died in his sleep Friday at Windsor Castle at age 99. The public will not be allowed to view the...
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Corey Kluber talks move to Yankees, crazy coffee routine, ‘Klubot’ feelings
New Yankees hurler and two-time Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber winds up doing some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: What would you say drives you now? A: Winning the World Series. I’ve been fortunate enough to have individual awards and honors and stuff, but I think winning a World Series would trump...
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Upper West Side residents flipping out over ‘brigade’ of illegal ATVs
Upper West Side residents are flipping out over lawless all-terrain vehicles terrorizing their neighborhood. They say illegal quad riders who ignore the rules of the road invade the UWS at all hours — particularly late at night and early in morning — causing locals to lose sleep and their sense of safety. “What’s up with...
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‘Them’ Episode 3 Recap: Bus Stop
Whatever did happen on "that day," there's no distance far enough to move from it.
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Yonkers reportedly considering memorial service, statue to honor DMX
The City of Yonkers may be the site of a public memorial service for rapper DMX while the city considers building a statue in honor of the hometown son, according to TMZ. DMX died Friday after spending the past week in a coma following a massive heart attack on April 2. A family source told TMZ that...
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Holocaust survivors who met in WWII orphanage finally reunite — over Zoom
Henri Wolfe was just 3 years old when he was arrested. Weeks earlier, his parents and sister had been arrested, too — and would be taken to Auschwitz, and killed. The toddler was arrested by the Gestapo and taken to the Mechelen transit camp in his home country of Belgium, where he, too, was to...
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Prince Charles makes emotional first statement on death of Prince Philip
A grief-shaken Prince Charles made his first statement Saturday on the loss of “My dear Papa.” “I particularly wanted to say, that my father spent the last 70 years giving the most remarkable, devoted service to the queen, to my family and the country, and also to home,” Charles said, speaking for the family as...
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