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  1. FDNY brawl - one of the most severe beatings seen on tape': insiderRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | New York Post

    A savage brawl between two warring groups of FDNY firefighters at a Bronx firehouse has sparked multiple investigations and shocked even hardened department brass, The Post has learned. More than a dozen members pummeled three rivals with punches and kicks to the head during the melee, sources said.

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  2. Seabrook family asks for $100K in donations on GoFundMeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New York Post

    The crooked former union boss for city correction officers is apparently no longer accepting cash in Ferragamo bags - an in-law has set up a GoFundMe account . The account asks for $100,000 to defray family expenses "in this time of need," meaning as the ex-boss, Norman Seabrook, awaits a Nov. 30 sentencing in Manhattan federal court on conspiracy and wire fraud.

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  3. This might be Staten Island's most expensive divorceRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Post

    They lived in one of Staten Island's most luxurious homes, where the garage housed his-and-her Ferraris and the backyard koi pond had its own attendant. In addition to their sprawling, multi-million dollar Todt Hill mansion, the couple is fighting over bank accounts, a fleet of luxury vehicles and who will pay hundreds of thousands for three housekeepers, dog walkers and private schools for their children, according to court papers.

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  4. Staten Island's Little Leaguers have a lot of new fansRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Post

    As Staten Island Little Leaguers prep for their second game of the Little League World Series, they're dealing with more than pre-game jitters. They've also got fans - lots of them.

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  5. One dead, several hurt in back-to-back car crashesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | New York Post

    One person was killed and four people hurt in two back-to-back early Saturday crashes near the same exit of a Queens expressway, cops said. The havoc began around 4:15 a.m. when a Chevy Cruze driving on the northbound Van Wyck Expressway near Exit 12 slammed into a Toyota, which then collided with a BMW in a chain reaction crash, according to police.

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  6. Crappy sewers set for $8M upgrade after Post reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Post

    The city has finally earmarked $8 million to fix A aging sewer lines in Middle Village, Queens, that have caused fecal flooding in residents' basements - a day A after The Post revealed how the repairs had been promised for a decade. "My God, I can't believe it," said longtime resident Vito Cascione, 60, whose 1985 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham was flooded with sewer water during a recent heavy storm.

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  7. Inside NYC's first vodka distillery since ProhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Post

    Small-batch vodka maker Our/New York, the first spirits distillery to open in Manhattan since Prohibition, insists it isn't peddling "hipster" vodka. Getting approval to build the facility - which processes many gallons of highly flammable ethanol - took five years and about 300 meetings with city officials - and entailed a change in the zoning law.

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  8. Ocasio-Cortez bans media from community meetingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Post

    Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez banned the press from two community meetings in The Bronx and Queens that were open to all other members of the public - and now she's taking heat for it. The 28-year-old Democratic socialist has been a darling of the left since toppling Rep. Joe Crowley , the Queens Democratic leader, in June's primary and appears to be a shoo-in for election in November.

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  9. Deli fire leaves one dead, several hurt in BrooklynRead the original story

    Friday | New York Post

    Family members arrive on scene to console each other while they wait for news of there loved ones at the Fatal fire off eastern parkway in Brooklyn. The fire broke out in a deli on Buffalo Ave near Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights around 6:30 a.m., officials said.

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  10. Steve CuozzoWhy de Blasio has gone begging to real-estate bigwigsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Post

    The Post's Aug. 12 scoop that Mayor de Blasio's top deputies held scores of previously undisclosed meetings with real-estate lobbyists last spring raises a big question: City Hall presumably wasn't entertaining proposals to construct a billionaire-friendly apartment skyscraper in Central Park. But if such a folly were to include a few "affordable" housing units, the "progressive," profit- and wealth-hating de Blasio might jump right on board.

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  11. De Blasio's Rikers plan is full of holesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Post

    Mayor de Blasio, anxious to prove that his plan to replace Rikers Island is moving forward, this week unveiled his scheme for new, smaller jails in four boroughs. It looks nice enough on paper , but leaves major questions unanswered - and raises a whole lot of concerns.

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  12. Aaron Judge refuses to worry as injury timeline gets murkierRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | New York Post

    Three weeks after Aaron Judge suffered a chip fracture in his right wrist when he was hit by a pitch, the right fielder remains out instead of by now being back on the field as the Yankees had hoped. Judge said Thursday he's not concerned he needed a cortisone shot in the area on Wednesday.

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  13. Schedule will force Yankees to make call on ailing Giancarlo StantonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | New York Post

    Despite the amount of time Stanton has dealt with the injury, Aaron Boone said the Yankees haven't thought about putting him on the 10-day disabled list. "If it was that kind of situation, we'd have to make that tough call regardless," Boone said before the Yankees faced the Rays in The Bronx.

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  14. Aaron Judge's subtle tribute to Aretha FranklinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | New York Post

    Aaron Judge played nothing but Aretha Franklin in the clubhouse prior to Thursday's game against the Rays in The Bronx. "I saw [Thursday] morning that she passed away ," Judge said.

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  15. Mugger caught on camera putting woman in chokehold, slamming her to the groundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | New York Post

    A mugger savagely put a woman in a chokehold and threw her to the ground during a scary Brooklyn attack caught on camera, authorities said Wednesday. The violent mugging happened on Aug. 8 at 11:40 p.m. when the 34-year-old victim was walking near Bergen Street and Schenectady Avenue in Crown Heights, police said.

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  16. Jumaane Williams tried to write off $8K in taxes for 'grooming'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | New York Post

    Jumaane Williams, who's running for lieutenant governor in the Sept. 13 Democratic primary, released five years of tax returns on Wednesday and they showed he deducted more than $8,000 in "grooming and maintenance" A expenses in that period.

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  17. Rikers guard needed stitches after getting jumped by inmatesRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 15 | New York Post

    CO At OBCC on Rikers was stabbed multiple times after being jumped by an entire Bloods Gang housing areas. COBA Prez to hold media availability at 4:15pm today at Mt.

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  18. 'Goodfellas' mobster's nephew gets 14 years for loan shark schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | New York Post

    A Brooklyn federal court judge unleashed her wrath Wednesday on a defense attorney for victim blaming, before sentencing her Bonanno-capo client to 14 years behind bars for a loansharking scheme that terrorized a Queens neighborhood for nearly 20 years. Defense attorney Elizabeth Macedonio invoked the fury of Chief Judge Dora Irizarry as she attempted to plead for leniency for Ronald Giallanzo, by saying some of the extortion victims knew what they were getting into.

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  19. Entrepreneur snaps up $8M Village penthouseRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 15 | New York Post

    Tech investor, media exec and hotelier Kevin Wendle has bought a Greenwich Village penthouse for $8.02 million - more than $1 million over its $6.9 million ask. The full-floor spread, at 30 E. 10th St., went into contract about two weeks after it hit the market in April.

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  20. Disgraced library chief is still raking it in - at your expenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | New York Post

    He might be out of the book business, but the former president of the Queens Library is still getting paper . Thomas Galante, fired for alleged misuse of library money, is making $200,000 a year as a "business consultant" for the Elmont School District - atop a $248,000 taxpayer-funded pension from his Queens job.

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