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  1. Inside the friendship between MLK Jr. and the surgeon who saved himRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New York Post

    Dr. Emil Naclerio, a member of the surgical team that operated on Martin Luther King Jr., at King's bedside in Harlem Hospital. But that's what made it all the more shocking when, on Sept. 1 comment

  2. Ralph Lauren doesna t want to screw up his first pitch at Yankee StadiumRead the original story

    Monday Sep 17 | New York Post

    Growing up in The Bronx during the 1940s and '50s, Ralph Lauren was like any kid of his era. He played hoops and stickball at the schoolyard next to his home on Mosholu Parkway.

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  3. Wealthy parents are hiring super nannies to care for them, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | New York Post

    Jeff Goldstein regularly gets massages from Lairen -- the nanny who takes care of his and wife Samantha Greenes' two kids, Jetson and Preston. Twice a week, at around 11 p.m., Jeff Goldstein stretches out, turns on his spa playlist, lights a candle and gets a 90-minute massage - courtesy of his children's nanny.

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  4. Woman punched, sexually assaulted near Manhattan pierRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | New York Post

    The 36-year-old victim had just gotten off work around 3:30 a.m. near Pier 62 and West 23rd Street in Chelsea when a man approached her and asked for a cigarette, cops said.

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  5. This NYC priest's dramatic downfall was just the beginning of perv-priest scandalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | New York Post

    The fall of Covenant House founder Father Bruce Ritter was an omen of the sexual-abuse cases involving hundreds of Roman Catholic priests and tens of thousands of victims all over the world. Yet when Ritter was forced out in the winter of 1990, following a courageous exposA in The Post, few in the city could guess how widespread the problem was.

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  6. Tim Tebow and Miss Universe are getting seriousRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | New York Post

    Tim Tebow and Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters hit a major relationship milestone this week, meeting the parents in New York. Taking to Instagram, the beauty queen posted a short clip of both families meeting up in Grand Central Station, including a brief photo bomb from her baseball beau.

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  7. This block in Brooklyn has the most obstructed bike laneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | New York Post

    A bike lane on the block of 72nd street between 3rd Ave and Ridge Blvd, in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn has received the most 311 complaints in NYC regarding the bike lane being blocked. The stretch of 72nd Street in front of P.S. 102 is the city's worst for blocking bikes from their lane, according to 311 data compiled by real estate website Localize.

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  8. Cortlandt Street subway station reopens 17 years after 9/11Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | New York Post

    Seventeen years after it was entombed by the World Trade Center attack, the Cortlandt Street station reopened on Saturday, in time for this year's Sept. 11 memorials.

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  9. This Manhattan firm is proving translation is a human industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | New York Post

    Phil Shawe of TransPerfect with a group of employees in his company's offices on 3 Park Ave. in New York TransPerfect, the world's largest language-translation-services firm, generated huge profits and growth this year, adding 290 jobs so far, an increase from 252 during the same period last year. Revenues are up 20 percent and on pace to surpass $700 million, up from $615 million last year, said CEO Phil Shawe.

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  10. 'Bridesmaids' director trades Manhattan apartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | New York Post

    14 with Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick - and his wife, Laurie, purchased this 789-square-foot spread at 235 E. 40th St. for $812,000, records show. And the record of the sale became public on the very same day Architectural Digest profiled Feig in his seemingly new, nearly 1,000-square-foot Upper East Side home.

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  11. Elderly doctor, wife sentenced to prison for running $80M 'pill mill'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | New York Post

    An elderly Manhattan doctor and his wife were sentenced to state prison Thursday for running an $80 million prescription "pill mill" - after turning down no-jail plea deals. "If this were a movie or a book, the title would be, 'When Good People Do Bad Things,'" said Justice A. Kirke Bartley before giving Rogelio Lucas, 80, 1 1/3 to 4 years and his office-manager wife, Lydia Lucas, 82, 1 to 3 years.

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  12. Renters should avoid these areas with 'failing grades'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | New York Post

    Real estate data firm Rentlogic has been handing out marks to New York City's 1.1 million multi-family rental buildings since its 2015 launch. Using public information from the city on building violations - like mold or heat or hot water issues - the company assigns properties a score of A , B , C or F .

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  13. Broadway lights will dim for - Odd Couple' Pigeon sisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | New York Post

    Broadway will dim its lights Wednesday night for Carole Shelley, the Tony-winning actress who - despite playing dozens of roles in her storied career - will probably be remembered best as a Pigeon. Shelley, who died in Manhattan on Aug. 31, at 79, played Gwendolyn Pigeon, half of the giggly sister act of "The Odd Couple."

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  14. NYC has shelled out $384M in 5 years to settle NYPD suitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 3 | New York Post

    New York City has shelled out $384 million in taxpayer funds to settle cases of police misconduct over the past five years - and more than half of the suits brought against officers didn't even go to trial, a Post analysis has found. But others were seemingly nuisance suits of the kind that Mayor de Blasio vowed in January 2015 to crackdown on .

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  15. Steve CuozzoResilient downtown Manhattan is thrivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 3 | New York Post

    Seventeen years after 9/11 , downtown is thriving so impressively that a visitor from Mars wouldn't suspect that a terrorist attack killed nearly 3,000 innocent victims and left much of the area's heart in ruins. But because it's almost too easy to sentimentalize 9/11 itself, today we're taking a slightly more guarded look at the bold and resilient blocks south of Chambers Street.

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  16. Teen fell to death trying to climb into locked room for cellphoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 3 | New York Post

    A 15-year-old aspiring actress fell to her death at a Tribeca house party while trying climb into a locked room to get her cellphone, according to police and other sources Monday. The teenager, Imogen Roche, was on a fire escape at the apartment building on Reade Street near West Broadway in Manhattan around 11 p.m. Sunday when she lost her balance and plunged five stories, according to law-enforcement sources.

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  17. Suspect in FDNY swastika graffiti busted by fire marshalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | New York Post

    Fire marshals on Saturday busted a man who had scrawled swastikas on a Manhattan firehouse and several ambulances over the past week. The vandal, Jem R. Ibrahimov, 42, was taken into custody at the Engine 93/Ladder 45/Battalion 13 station house on West 181st Street near Audubon Avenue in Fort George - where fire marshals caught him in the act.

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  18. The MTA shuttle bus runs along Central Park in Manhattan.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | New York Post

    A free MTA shuttle has been making unscheduled, unannounced - and unacknowledged by the MTA - stops along Central Park West at shuttered subway stations. Riders say the bus appears like an apparition while they're waiting for the M10 bus, which provides regular service along Central Park West.

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  19. NYCHA tenants flood prosecutors with cries for helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | New York Post

    Since forging a deal that would force the city to make improvements at its beleaguered Housing Authority, Manhattan federal prosecutors have been flooded with letters by desperate tenants begging them for help with everything from broken toilets to removing deadly asbestos, it emerged on Friday. In the course of just four weeks - between mid-July and mid-August - US Attorney Geoffrey Berman's office in downtown Manhattan has been swamped with more than 700 letters from the public about his settlement with the city over NYCHA's failures to protect tenants from terrible living conditions, including exposure to lead paint.

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  20. Man walks into police station, says he chopped off girlfriend's headRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | New York Post

    A man walked into a Manhattan police precinct this week and admitted to killing his girlfriend and then chopping off her head in Brooklyn in 2014, authorities said Friday. Ricky Gonzalez, 34, told First Precinct cops in Tribeca on Tuesday that he fatally stabbed 58-year-old Maria Quinones in a Bushwick apartment four years ago.

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