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Pat Shurmur was talking about evaluating the quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft, but he might as well have been referring to Davis Webb. As... [Read More]
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A man who was once the highest-ranking uniformed officer in the NYPD avoided charges in a corruption scandal that rocked the department — even though... [Read More]
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Harry Potter has come to Broadway. But The Boy Who Lived is a boy no longer: He's 37 years old and going through a magical... [Read More]
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Let's get ready to gamble! New Jersey casinos and racetracks — as well as sports gaming fans in the New York metropolitan area — are... [Read More]
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Going once … going twice … Word that a 1952 Mickey Mantle rookie card (mint condition) sold for $2.88 million was followed by a report... [Read More]
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The Yankees expect to lose first baseman Tyler Austin to a suspension this week for his involvement in a brawl with the Red Sox on... [Read More]
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The curtain could come down any day on MoviePass' bumpy run as an independent company. Majority owner Helios and Matheson Analytics is weighing a merger... [Read More]
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Mike Budenholzer is genuinely interested in the Knicks' job, according to an NBA source who has spoken to the Hawks coach. "New York's his top... [Read More]
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Mamoun's Falafel, which opened in Greenwich Village in 1971 and claims to be the city's oldest falafel shop, is taking a page from the Five... [Read More]
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It was only a matter of time before the bowl phenom went global. Rajesh Bhardwaj, founder and chief executive of Michelin-starred Junoon, and his partners,... [Read More]
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They are serving youth in The Bronx. That is not the title of a cookbook, but it is the Yankees' recipe for success. For on... [Read More]
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Declining safety standards at the Federal Aviation Administration are leaving the friendly skies prone to tragedies, Sen. Chuck Schumer charged Sunday. "Since at least 2014,... [Read More]
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She toiled at menial tasks at her Manhattan restaurant job Sunday. [Read More]
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Last week President Trump ordered US missiles into Syria. And he didn't ask anyone's permission to do so. That bothers those, like Sen. Rand Paul,... [Read More]
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Congress is a national embarrassment. Beset by gridlock and petty partisanship, it struggles to do even the simplest tasks. Just last week, for instance, the... [Read More]
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Gov. Cuomo insists he'd never dream of threatening anyone in his war on the Working Families Party, let alone going after the WFP's nonprofit allies:... [Read More]
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Team de Blasio seems to be finally admitting the flaws in its plan to create mini-monopolies for commercial-waste haulers. Alas, there's no sign it'll throw... [Read More]
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More than 10,000 teachers, principals or other school staff were assaulted or threatened by students last year, The Post reported Sunday — a 4.5 percent... [Read More]
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When the US Senate last week voted unanimously to change its rules and allow babies onto the Senate floor to accommodate Sen. Tammy Duckworth and... [Read More]
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I have seen every one of The Quarterbacks Who Would Be Joe Namath, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly since the first torch was... [Read More]
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