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  • Joe Girardi is one win from a feat not accomplished this century By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    JOE GIRARDI IS ONE WIN FROM A FEAT NOT ACCOMPLISHED THIS CENTURY

    HOUSTON - Eight years. That's two presidential terms. Five “Fast and Furious” movies. Forty half-lives of 80 social media apps that...

  • Brother of murder suspect also charged in rich husband's death By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    BROTHER OF MURDER SUSPECT ALSO CHARGED IN RICH HUSBAND'S DEATH

    A woman accused of murdering her rich husband in Manhattan nearly two decades ago - to collect a $1.5 million insurance bounty- will...

  • Black protester and neo-Nazi skinhead embrace at rally By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    BLACK PROTESTER AND NEO-NAZI SKINHEAD EMBRACE AT RALLY

    Warning: Graphic language GAINESVILLE, Fla. - A man in a swastika T-shirt wandered into an angry crowd of anti-white-supremacist protesters...

  • LAPD investigating actress' Harvey Weinstein rape accusation By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    LAPD INVESTIGATING ACTRESS' HARVEY WEINSTEIN RAPE ACCUSATION

    Cops are investigating allegations that Weinstein raped an Italian model-actress at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2013.

  • Jay Pharoah says he had a girlfriend when he was 6 By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    JAY PHAROAH SAYS HE HAD A GIRLFRIEND WHEN HE WAS 6

    Barack Obama leaves the White House, Jay Pharoah leaves “Saturday Night Live.” Coincidence or consequence? Pharoah, whose Obama impersonation...

    Barack Obama
  • Tourist killed in famous church by falling chunk of ceiling By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    TOURIST KILLED IN FAMOUS CHURCH BY FALLING CHUNK OF CEILING

    A tourist died visiting the famous Basilica of the Holy Cross in Florence, Italy, when a piece of the ceiling hit him, authorities...

  • Second Avenue subway's fire alarms still don't work By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    SECOND AVENUE SUBWAY'S FIRE ALARMS STILL DON'T WORK

    The Second Avenue subway's multi-million dollar fire alarm system hasn't been working for the past five months - and won't be back...

  • How to make friends with chimps, according to Jane Goodall By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH CHIMPS, ACCORDING TO JANE GOODALL

    Some people stress about introducing a new significant other to their loved ones. Legendary primatologist Jane Goodall, 83, recalls...

    Running
  • Model accuses David Blaine of rape By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    MODEL ACCUSES DAVID BLAINE OF RAPE

    The magician is being investigated by British authorities after Natasha Prince accused him of raping her at his London home in 2004.

  • De Blasio crusades against self-driving car initiative By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    DE BLASIO CRUSADES AGAINST SELF-DRIVING CAR INITIATIVE

    Mayor de Blasio said on Thursday that he will do everything in his power to block the testing of self-driving cars on city streets...

  • Is Cam Newton boycotting media over female reporter? By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    IS CAM NEWTON BOYCOTTING MEDIA OVER FEMALE REPORTER?

    For the second straight day on Thursday, Cam Newton skipped media availability, risking a fine and further placing a spotlight on his...

  • Is this country starlet the new Taylor Swift? By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    IS THIS COUNTRY STARLET THE NEW TAYLOR SWIFT?

    It's only country singer Carly Pearce's third time in New York City. “What I want to do is go to Central Park,” the 27-year-old Kentucky...

  • Jewish family's house defaced with swastika, racial slur By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    JEWISH FAMILY'S HOUSE DEFACED WITH SWASTIKA, RACIAL SLUR

    A Staten Island house was defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti - the second hateful attack on the property this month. Debra Calabrese...

  • Cuomo signs bill outlawing use of elephants for entertainment By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    CUOMO SIGNS BILL OUTLAWING USE OF ELEPHANTS FOR ENTERTAINMENT

    Elephants are getting a pardon from Gov. Cuomo. The governor signed a bill outlawing the use of the circus animals in entertainment...

    Entertainment
  • Having a buzz apparently boosts your foreign language skills By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    HAVING A BUZZ APPARENTLY BOOSTS YOUR FOREIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS

    A swift drink may help improve your foreign language skills, research suggests. The study looked at whether “Dutch courage” would boost...

  • Boyz II Men once tried to get Michael Jackson to use profanity By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    BOYZ II MEN ONCE TRIED TO GET MICHAEL JACKSON TO USE PROFANITY

    If you ask anyone to sing his or her favorite Boyz II Men song in 2017, don't automatically expect a verse from the 1992 megahit “End...

  • Almost half of LGBT workers report feeling bullied at work By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    ALMOST HALF OF LGBT WORKERS REPORT FEELING BULLIED AT WORK

    Rachael Booth is a United States Navy veteran who served during the Vietnam War as a Chinese and Arab-speaking linguist. She also happens...

  • Can horror movies save Hollywood? By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    CAN HORROR MOVIES SAVE HOLLYWOOD?

    Let's face it, this year's box office for movies has been absolutely frightening. The summer returns were down 16 percent from 2016,...

    Boxing
  • ‘I'm not that guy,' Weinstein blubbered to employees By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    ‘I'M NOT THAT GUY,' WEINSTEIN BLUBBERED TO EMPLOYEES

    But his staff was weeping when they realized they may have unwittingly enabled the predatory producer.

  • Puppies, pit bulls rescued from brutal dog-fighting ring By New York Post   -   Oct 19, 2017

    PUPPIES, PIT BULLS RESCUED FROM BRUTAL DOG-FIGHTING RING

    Thirty-six pit bulls were rescued from cruel conditions and three people were arrested in a sting on a dog-fighting ring on Long Island,...