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  • Alum of infamous public school wants to form her own charter By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    ALUM OF INFAMOUS PUBLIC SCHOOL WANTS TO FORM HER OWN CHARTER

    She wants to make up for one of New York City's worst principals. Far Rockaway, Queens, native Regina Johnson, an alumnus of local...

  • Ex-correction officer allegedly put girlfriend's mom in coma By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    EX-CORRECTION OFFICER ALLEGEDLY PUT GIRLFRIEND'S MOM IN COMA

    A former city correction officer is due in court Monday to face attempted-murder charges in a brutal 2016 attack that left a Long Island...

  • Sexual harassment reported at least 10 times at Olympics By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    SEXUAL HARASSMENT REPORTED AT LEAST 10 TIMES AT OLYMPICS

    At least 10 cases of sexual harassment were reported to the newly formed Gender Equality Support Center at the Winter Olympics, officials...

    Olympics
  • Trey Burke's heroics not enough as Kyrie Irving torches Knicks By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    TREY BURKE'S HEROICS NOT ENOUGH AS KYRIE IRVING TORCHES KNICKS

    Wait till 2019! Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving, out of West Orange, N.J., erupted for 31 points, including 15 in the third quarter,...

  • China not happy with latest US sanctions for North Korea By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    CHINA NOT HAPPY WITH LATEST US SANCTIONS FOR NORTH KOREA

    Trump-administration sanctions against Chinese shipping and energy firms doing business with North Korea are a step too far, China's...

  • Dad demands answers over son's head injury at school By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    DAD DEMANDS ANSWERS OVER SON'S HEAD INJURY AT SCHOOL

    Franklin Diaz waited and waited outside JHS/MS 80 in The Bronx for his sixth-grade son, who didn't come out. He stood there for 15...

  • My online date said she wants her husband dead: reader By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    MY ONLINE DATE SAID SHE WANTS HER HUSBAND DEAD: READER

    Dear John: In all of the commentary on renewed market volatility, there has been no mention of the “uptick rule” for short sellers....

    Market
  • Could incompetence at the White House rile the market? By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    COULD INCOMPETENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE RILE THE MARKET?

    Dear John: Don't you think that the continuing chaos, incompetency and unprofessionalism of the Trump administration will bring instability...

    Market
  • GOP's tax reform law is full of typos, errors: experts By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    GOP'S TAX REFORM LAW IS FULL OF TYPOS, ERRORS: EXPERTS

    Legislate in haste, repent at leisure. The GOP tax law written and passed at near-record speed in December is packed with miscues,...

  • Snowboarder almost squishes squirrel on Olympic course By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    SNOWBOARDER ALMOST SQUISHES SQUIRREL ON OLYMPIC COURSE

    A lone nutjob nearly became Olympic roadkill. A daredevil squirrel ran onto the downhill course and into the path of Austrian snowboarder...

    Olympics
  • Bill Gates needs to practice what he preaches By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    BILL GATES NEEDS TO PRACTICE WHAT HE PREACHES

    When one of the two richest people on the planet says that he is undertaxed, it makes for intriguing, self-righteous headlines. Bill...

  • Tech behind cryptocurrency unites with cannabis By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    TECH BEHIND CRYPTOCURRENCY UNITES WITH CANNABIS

    Dude, where's my weed? It was only a matter of time before blockchain and cannabis - two of the latest Wall Street trends shaking up...

    Tech, Finance
  • Scam artists pose as FINRA's CEO, make investment ‘guarantees' By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    SCAM ARTISTS POSE AS FINRA'S CEO, MAKE INVESTMENT ‘GUARANTEES'

    Robert Cook, the top boss at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, has been impersonated - and not in a good way. Scam artists,...

    Industry
  • NYPD let lunatic beat up subway worker on train: suit By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    NYPD LET LUNATIC BEAT UP SUBWAY WORKER ON TRAIN: SUIT

    A subway train operator confronted by an unhinged straphanger says cops removed the rider from his train but then released the loon...

  • My ex launched a campaign to ruin me By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    MY EX LAUNCHED A CAMPAIGN TO RUIN ME

    A Brooklyn man angry over a breakup went on a scorched-earth campaign against his ex, painting her as a cocaine-using, pot-smoking...

    Market
  • ‘Trailers are used a lot': How fitness craze has taken over PGA Tour By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    ‘TRAILERS ARE USED A LOT': HOW FITNESS CRAZE HAS TAKEN OVER PGA TOUR

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - On any given day during a PGA Tour event, if you take a walk past the player fitness trailer, it might look...

  • Geno Smith has been studying this whole flat earth thing By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    GENO SMITH HAS BEEN STUDYING THIS WHOLE FLAT EARTH THING

    The class of 1492 has a new candidate for class president. Former Jets and Giants quarterback Geno Smith joined Kyrie Irving as the...

  • UConn women crush SMU with incredible 43-0 run By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    UCONN WOMEN CRUSH SMU WITH INCREDIBLE 43-0 RUN

    DALLAS - Katie Lou Samuelson scored 23 points and top-ranked UConn wrapped up its fifth consecutive American Athletic Conference regular-season...

    Running
  • Fewer people are upgrading their smartphones By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    FEWER PEOPLE ARE UPGRADING THEIR SMARTPHONES

    It seems global consumers are wising up when it comes to upgrading their smartphones. Smartphone makers saw the first quarterly decline...

  • Bortles' extension takes Jaguars out of Cousins sweepstakes By New York Post   -   Feb 25, 2018

    BORTLES' EXTENSION TAKES JAGUARS OUT OF COUSINS SWEEPSTAKES

    The Kirk Cousins Sweepstakes lost a contestant on Saturday, giving the Jets a little less competition for the free-agent quarterback's...