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  1. Former NYPD officer: Cops have to be able to fa "king swearRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | New York Post

    Top NYPD brass might be making a push towards G-rated policing, but Osborne - who spent 20 years as a tough-talking, no-nonsense New York police officer - is calling BS. "We're not choir boys and we're not Boy Scouts," said an unapologetic Osborne, 54, who just released a memoir called "The Job."

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  2. Howie Rose 'angry, pissed off' over Islanders leaving ColiseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Post

    Howie Rose, the Islanders' television broadcaster for 20 years, is done with the Nassau Coliseum, having called his last game there. But Rose is not done being "angry'' that Saturday's first-round Game 6 against the Capitals may be the last-ever Islanders game on Long Island.

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  3. Sex offenders galore call Chelsea shelter homeRead the original story

    Friday | New York Post

    A slew of sex offenders were booted from their beds at the Bellevue Men's Shelter on the East Side this week - but nearly a dozen more are sleeping at a reviled Chelsea facility across town, The Post has learned. The 200-bed shelter at 127 W. 25th Street that has rankled residents for years is home to 11 convicted sex offenders labeled Levels 2 and 3, according to the New York State Sex Offender Registry.

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  4. Meet New York Citya s loudest lovers a " according to 311 callsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | New York Post

    A blonde woman and her said-to-be boyfriend have racked up the most 311 complaints for their late-night antics. One Brooklyn couple is making such wild whoopie that they have earned the tile of loudest lovemakers in New York - garnering the most 311 complaints in the city from their angry neighbors.

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  5. Ridgewood: New Yorka s outer-borough borderlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | New York Post

    The main commercial corridors crisscrossing the neighborhood - Seneca, Myrtle and Fresh Pond avenues - are still a jumble of local businesses, discount retailers and mid-range, mall-style chain stores. In keeping with Queens' international character, the sidewalks teem with a cross-section of residents and vendors selling DVDs, mobile accessories and street food.

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  6. Group of 1,300 diehard Mets fans plans to 'invade' Yankee StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | New York Post

    A crew of 1,300 Mets fans - known as the 7 Line for the subway that runs to Citi Field in Queens - plans to take over the Bronx Bombers' home turf Friday night for the season's first three-game Subway Series. "I think it's going to be pretty electric," said Jonathan Starring, who's gearing up for an "epic" opener.

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  7. Woman a hung herselfa on fire escape, left dangling for over an hourRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | New York Post

    A woman hung herself from a Brooklyn fire escape Sunday morning, and her body was left dangling for more than an hour, police and witnesses said. The woman's body was discovered around 8:20 a.m. hanging outside the third-floor window of her apartment on Utica Avenue and Prospect Place in Crown Heights, cop said.

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  8. What Garry Trudeau gets wrong about comedy and radical IslamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | New York Post

    When cartoonist Garry Trudeau was scheduled to receive a Polk Award at Long Island University's Brooklyn campus on April 10, it hardly seemed worth covering. Everyone could easily predict exactly what he'd say: Cartoonist receives award for his political bravery, defends free speech against demagogues, offers salute to Charlie Hebdo victims.

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  9. Boyfriend drove hair-care entrepreneur to suicide: SisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | New York Post

    Titi Branch hanged herself in her apartment in December, but her sister is questioning what led her to take her own life. Titi Branch had it all - a multimillion-dollar hair-care empire she built up from a humble Brooklyn salon, a loving sister who was her business partner and confidante, and a boyfriend with whom she dreamed of starting a family.

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  10. An Adam Sandler movie inspired an idea to soothe Alzheimera s patientsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | New York Post

    After months in legal limbo, two hedge fund managers whose convictions were overturned in December are officially free men - at least for now. The convictions of Todd Newman and... The man who holds the purse strings to Michael Jackson's estate has also managed to carve out a lucrative side gig at the late singer's music publishing company.

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  11. 8 surprisingly fun adventures at the end of NYCa s subway linesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | New York Post

    At the northern end of the 1 line, you'll find a place to eat bangers and mash, a fine golf course and lots more. An announcement like this one is what New York straphangers hear on a daily basis.

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  12. Chris Mullin embarks on 2 most crucial recruiting challengesRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | New York Post

    He landed his two assistant coaching choices, Matt Abdelmassih and Barry "Slice" Rohrssen, from Iowa State and Kentucky, respectively. He picked up three forward prospects: Tennessee transfer Tariq Ownes, junior-college prospect Darien Williams and 6-foot-11 high school player Yankuba Sima.

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  13. Fast-food workers picket for wage of at least $15 hourlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | New York Post

    Fast-food and other low-wage workers picketed outside burger joints in New York and across the country on Wednesday, demanding pay hikes to at least $15 an hour. About 700 people rallied in front of a McDonald's at Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, chanting, "We believe we will win!" "I hope we can make companies realize we can't afford to live on what they're paying us," said Jacqueline Martinic, 41, who works at a Midtown Wendy's.

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  14. Parents opt out of Common Core in forceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | New York Post

    Parents across the city and state drew a thick line in the sand Tuesday, boycotting high-stakes standardized tests that they blame for unnecessary student anxiety and unfair teacher evaluations. Vowing to shatter last year's opt-out numbers, Common Core test opponents organized a social media campaign and got the backing of the state teachers union to encourage students to put down their pencils.

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  15. Anti-cop protesters shut down traffic on Brooklyn BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | New York Post

    Jennifer Lopez, Cara Delevingne, Scarlett Johansson and more of Hollywood's hottest stars rock the blue carpet at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards. Melissa Brant, 31, from Ontario, Canada, uses paint and makeup to transform her face into everyone from Superman to the Grinch.

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  16. a 50 Shades principala showed penis pics to her underlings: suitRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | New York Post

    The principal at a Coney Island a public a school blabbed about a "a 50 Shades of Gray,a "a showed off tattoos and piercings and revealed graphic details of her sex life in front of a disgusted underling, a a new a Brooklyn federal court lawsuita chargesa . Former P.S. 370 assistant principal Andre Dash claims that a his boss, Principal Susan Goldberga ,a battered him with unwelcome sex talk that was part of a larger campaign of discrimination that ultimately led to his a losing the job, according to the suit.

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  17. The best subway lines for finding a seat on your morning commuteRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | New York Post

    Park Slope, Bay Ridge, the Upper West Side and Forest Hills are the best neighborhoods to move to if you want to get a subway seat during the a.m. rush hour, transit data show. New York's subway system has been breaking ridership records in the last year, with 6 million people cramming on trains on each of 29 different days in 2014.

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  18. Building block: DCa s threats to NY workRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | New York Post

    Last week, Mayor de Blasio and Sen. Chuck SchuA mer rode the subway around and called on Washington to give us more cash for trains, bridges and roads. On this issue there should be "no debate," the mayor said.

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  19. NYPD sergeant in commits suicide at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | New York Post

    An off-duty NYPD sergeant committed suicide in his Brooklyn home Sunday while his family was nearby in other rooms, law-enforcement sources said. EMTs were called to the cop's home near the corner of Narrows Ave and 71st Street in Bay Ridge after his wife made the horrific discovery around 3:45 p.m., officials and neighbors said. 10 comments

  20. Great-grandfather eyed in dada s stabbing death at birthday partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | New York Post

    A great-grandfather is suspected of fatally stabbing his great-granddaughter's baby daddy at the child's first-birthday party in Brooklyn early Sunday, police and relatives said. The festive event turned into a murder scene when 21-year-old Kevin Rivera was killed in the family's Bushwick apartment around 2:15 a.m., police and relatives said.

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