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Man shot dead inside car in Brooklyn
Orenzso Bovell was shot inside the vehicle at the intersection of Quincy Street and Patchen Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant at about 5:45 p.m.
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Man dies trying to save granddaughter after she fell into frozen pond
Carlos Serafin died trying to save his granddaughter Ma’Liyah White who fell through a frozen pond in Illinois on Saturday morning.
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Odell Beckham puts playoff demons in past to power Rams’ dominant win
Matthew Beckham caught a fade for a 4-yard TD against Marco Wilson in the left corner of the end zone that ignited the Rams’ 34-11 victory over the Cardinals.
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Police fatally shoot man suspected of killing Cracker Barrel manager
Police officers killed the gunman who murdered Robin Baucom, a manager at a Cracker Barrel, when she tried to protect a coworker from being mugged.
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Matthew Stafford, Rams crush Cardinals for QB’s first NFL playoff win
Matthew Stafford rushed for one touchdown and passed for two more as the Los Angeles Rams advanced to the NFC divisional playoff round with a convincing 34-11 victory over the visiting Arizona Cardinals on Monday night.
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Volcanic ash at airport delays aid to Tonga as reports of damage emerge
Volcanic ash blanketing a runway at an airport in Tonga was delaying much-needed aid deliveries to the island nation, officials said.
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Cardinals’ Budda Baker stretchered off field after scary collision with Cam Akers
As if it couldn’t get worse for the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night, safety Budda Baker was stretchered off the field after taking a shoulder to the head from Rams running back Cam Akers.
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Les Grobstein, Chicago reporter who got Lee Elia’s rant, dies at 69
Les Grobstein, a longtime Chicago sports radio reporter and talk show host who recorded Lee Elia's famous profanity-laced postgame rant about Cubs fans, has died.
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Energetic Barry Trotz surprises Islanders in return from COVID protocol
Brock Nelson was making a pregame drink on Monday night when Barry Trotz popped into the room.
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Virginia man arrested for abducting store clerk, who remains missing
Virginia police have arrested a man in connection to the disappearance of a 28-year-old shop clerk, who was last seen taking out the trash after work. 
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Peyton Manning gibes Eli about Giants’ infamous QB sneaks
Eli and Peyton Manning decided to join the party.
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Ilya Sorokin bails out Islanders in much-needed win over Flyers
It’s not particularly fair to declare Game 31 of 82 a must-win under any circumstances for the Islanders.
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Carl Heastie gets ‘called out’ after going maskless in Albany store
Heastie, the top Democrat in the state legislature's lower chamber, admitted the apparent slip-up in a post to Twitter.
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Despite work-from-home worries, Manhattan office real estate is doing just fine
It’s time to look beyond the end-of-days forecasts and focus on a counterintuitive truth — Big Apple companies that use the most office space are taking not less but more of it.
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Warriors owner Chamath Palihapitiya: Uyghur remarks ‘lacked empathy’
Chamath Palihapitiya, who owns two percent of the Warriors, walked back remarks he made that "no one" cares about the genocide of the Uyghur Muslims in China
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School bus driver arrested for fatal hit-and-run of Brooklyn teen
A school bus driver was charged with failure to yield to a pedestrian and failure to use due care after he struck and killed a 15 year old girl. 
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PED debate will decide this year’s MLB Hall of Fame class
Ahead of the results being announced Jan. 25, The Post’s Ken Davidoff breaks down the many issues and debates in play on the MLB Hall of Fame ballot.
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Glenn Youngkin is right — mask mandates harm kids
Glenn Youngkin issued an executive order allowing parents to decide whether their kids will wear masks in school, but Democrats are not responding well to the order.
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Goalie duo keeping Islanders in games despite ugly offense
Both Semyon Varlamov and Ilya Sorokin, the Islanders’ No. 1 netminder, have given them a chance to win despite being the team outplayed on a regular basis.
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In uncertain times, the 58th Street Paris movie house cranks on forever
Theaters may come, theaters may go, but to thank our father which art in heaven — or in Hollywood, whichever’s closer — the 58th Street Paris movie house cranks on forever. It got itself a new series. “Classics + Contenders.”
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Xi Jinping wins the Chutzpah Award for 2022 with call for international cooperation
China’s Xi Jinping won the Chutzpah Award for 2022 with his call at the World Economic Forum “to discard Cold War mentality and seek peaceful coexistence and win-win outcomes.”
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Lawmakers demand new heat regulations following deadly Bronx fire
The new rule would require landlords to install temperature monitors in buildings where tenants receive housing vouchers to ensure that apartments are receiving the required amounts of heat.
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Heed the pleas of the subway-shover’s sister: Stop letting the severely mentally ill roam loose and untreated
Time and again, New York City’s mental-health system releases to the streets people who are a danger to at least themselves, and tragically often to innocents like Michelle Go.
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Florida woman attacked by black bear while walking dog in her driveway
Aydee said the black bear, a mother of three, chased her down her driveway as she tried to flee and clawed at her face, leaving her with lacerations.
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Tom Thibodeau: Kemba Walker hasn’t given Knicks green light to return
Kemba Walker's mysterious absence continued Monday when he sat out his ninth straight game.
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A Queens school social worker pleads: Don’t go remote, NYC schools
To understand how disastrous a remote option would be for our city’s youth, let's take a look back at what “remote learning” amounted to last time.
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Gerard Gallant’s lineup decisions loom as Rangers near full strength
The Rangers' ever-shifting lineup has given Gerard Gallant plenty to think about as his roster returns to full health.
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Morgan Barron: Rangers have a ‘different vibe’ this season
Morgan Barron agreed with head coach Gerard Gallant’s assessment that he’s playing with more confidence. But it’s not just Barron who is different, the Rangers are, too.
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Why was the Dallas synagogue terrorist allowed into the US?
Malik Faisal Akram's brother said he had a criminal record and was suffering from mental health issues before taking four people hostage in Texas.
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Rep. Tom Suozzi has raised $5M+ for governor run while fellow Dem Hochul boasts $12M
ALBANY – Rep. Tom Suozzi has over $5 million to spend on his run to be New York’s next governor — less than half what incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul has raised to defend against his and New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams’ Democratic primary challenge.  The Suozzi campaign told The Post he’s raised $3,322,790...
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