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  1. Staten Island Ferris wheel project is spinning out of controlRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | New York Post

    The design team building the 630-foot-high New York Wheel on the borough's north shore got into a bitter pay dispute with the developer - and walked off the job in late May. The developer then made desperate pleas to a federal judge to get the work started again, saying the revitalization of Staten Island's waterfront was at stake. And the developer's lawyer, former Deputy Mayor Randy Mastro, tried to keep the dispute hush-hush.

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  2. New Yorkers are getting faster shipping thanks to AmazonRead the original story

    Monday Jun 19 | New York Post

    Amazon's ability to quickly ship stuff to New Yorkers, from Kindle readers to kayaks, is about to get a major boost. The Seattle-based Web giant headed by billionaire Jeff Bezos is preparing to open a massive distribution hub in the Big Apple - the company's first major facility in New York state - by summer's end, The Post has learned.

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  3. North Korea claims diplomats got 'literally mugged' at JFKRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 18 | New York Post

    North Korea claimed Sunday that a delegation of diplomats got "literally mugged" by American authorities at JFK Airport - and demanded an official apology while also questioning whether the Big Apple was still worthy of hosting the United Nations. A spokesman for the hermit kingdom's Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the US of forcibly seizing a "diplomatic package in "an illegal and heinous act of provocation."

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  4. Mayoral candidate wants to fix your hellish commuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 18 | New York Post

    It's time for the mayor to take New Yorkers' commuter nightmare seriously, and a candidate seeking to oust Bill de Blasio says he is just the man to do that. As commuters face what even Gov. Cuomo is calling a " summer of hell " because of track repairs at Penn Station, GOP mayoral candidate Paul Massey is unveiling a transit infrastructure plan on Monday to provide immediate and long-term commuter relief.

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  5. DOE rewards teachers and retirees as student performance lagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 18 | New York Post

    While per-pupil spending has skyrocketed, student performance has hardly budged - and in some areas has slid - according to standardized measurements. The city Department of Education, which serves nearly 1 million kids and controls a $23.4 billion budget, now spends an average $25,087 per student, up 40 percent from $17,928 in 2008-09, records show.

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  6. MTA cop accused of threatening his hit-and-run victim to stay silentRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 15 | New York Post

    An MTA cop was looking to "serve and protect" only himself when he struck a man while on patrol - driving the injured victim to Staten Island, dumping him on a remote street and warning him to keep his mouth shut, officials said Thursday. "What he did to me is not right," Julio Canete told The Post, adding that the ordeal left him with two damaged discs in his spine and lingering pain in his legs and shoulders.

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  7. Soupman of 'Seinfeld' fame files for bankruptcy protectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | New York Post

    Soupman Inc., of "Seinfeld" fame, filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday, just weeks after a top company executive was charged with tax evasion. Federal prosecutors last month charged the company's former chief financial officer with 20 counts of failing to pay federal income taxes, Medicare and Social Security for Soupman's employees.

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  8. Leftist teacher's homework assignment slams bankers 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 10 | New York Post

    A left-leaning humanities teacher at a Brooklyn middle school handed out a homework assignment this month in which students had to fill in the following sentence: "Banks are often run by ----- people who look for ways to hurt the most financially vulnerable people in the country." Students had to choose among five words to fill in the blank - with "nefarious" or "reprehensible" as the only possible answers.

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  9. How the politically connected control the New York court system 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | New York Post

    Manhattan lawyers knew Judge Joan Kenney was "confrontational," "abusive" and "outright nasty" - and said so on a judge-ranking Web site, The Robing Room . One fed-up attorney went further, complaining to the state Commission on Judicial Conduct that she was "rude" and failed to display "judicial temperament" during a settlement conference.

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  10. Officer in critical condition after being dragged by stolen car 0:0Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 4 | New York Post

    A teen was in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the face and two people were being questioned Sunday after a 9-year veteran of the NYPD was dragged by a car down a Brooklyn street, officials said. Police Officer Dalsh Veve, 35, was in critical condition after the Saturday night mayhem, Police Commissioner James O'Neill said.

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  11. You will become one with nature staying in this tiny luxe cabin 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 3 | New York Post

    My stomach dropped the moment I saw the sign on the lockbox: "Stash your phone for a true escape into nature. We dare you!" It was bad enough that there was no Wi-Fi.

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  12. Cops seize $2M in drugs from Bronx 'heroin mill' 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 2 | New York Post

    There will be less Magic City and Hot Sauce on the streets after officers seized $2 million worth of narcotics from a Bronx "heroin mill" Wednesday afternoon, the US Drug Enforcement Agency and the NYPD announced Thursday. Officers from the New York Drug Enforcement Task Force raided a Morrisania apartment and caught drug peddlers in the act of cutting and packaging the heroin into individually labeled glassine envelopes, NYPD Chief Brian McCarthy, commanding officer of the Criminal Enterprise Division, told reporters Thursday.

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  13. Kell Brook out to prove GGG destruction was a flukeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 26 | New York Post

    Kell Brook moved up two weight divisions to fight Gennady Golovkin last September and all he got for his effort was a broken eye socket. He'll pick on somebody his own size Saturday when he defends his IBF welterweight championship against Errol Spence Jr. in Sheffield, England.

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  14. Fleet week -- your chance to say thanks to those who keep us safe 0:0Read the original story

    May 25, 2017 | New York Post

    The tradition is now in its 29th year, with five Navy ships, four Naval Academy Yard Patrol boats, two Coast Guard cutters and one Royal Canadian Navy ship gracing New York Harbor through Tuesday. Nearly 5,000 sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen are expected in port.

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  15. Free ride to college for brave kid who tried saving dad from fire 0:0Read the original story

    May 25, 2017 | New York Post

    The fearless little boy who desperately tried to save his father from dying in a Staten Island house fire will have his future college tuition covered thanks to the Connecticut university where his dad taught, the school and the child's brother told The Post on Thursday. The University of New Haven - where 62-year-old Anthony Carter taught business - has offered little Tony Carter Jr., 9, free tuition if he eventually elects attend the school "and has started a fund for his education if he decides to go to another college," said one of Tony's older brothers, Walter Carter, 29. Tony Jr. valiantly tried to drag Carter out of their Rossville home when the man was overcome by smoke from the blaze around 11 p.m. last Saturday.

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  16. Lois WeissNYC retail flourishes in outer boroughs amid trying times 0:0Read the original story

    May 23, 2017 | New York Post

    The Empire Outlets mall, under construction near the Staten Island ferry terminal, is angling to be an outer-borough success. There's good news and bad news for New York City retail.

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  17. 9-year-old boy valiantly tried to save father from deadly fire 0:0Read the original story

    May 22, 2017 | New York Post

    A 9-year-old Staten Island boy tried to drag his doomed father out of a house fire while frantically shouting, "My dad can't die! Please, God, help my daddy!'' heartbroken neighbors said Sunday. "My window was opened, and I heard [the boy] yelling.

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  18. Mayoral candidate vows to 'take out' de Blasio 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | New York Post

    Mayoral candidate and Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis vowed Sunday to "take out" Mayor de Blasio in this year's contest for City Hall. The Staten Island legislator derided de Blasio for his handling of Rikers Island and the city's homeless crisis and called for an investigation into city education spending.

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  19. Dad who died in fire was celebrating his 62nd birthday 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | New York Post

    The Staten Island dad who perished in an inferno on his birthday late Saturday was an inspiring professor who rose from humble beginnings to touch the lives of thousands, his grieving sons told The Post Sunday. Anthony Carter, 62, who was killed in a blaze at his home at 59 Pembrook Loop while he was marking his 62nd birthday just before 11 p.m., spent decades guiding young people as a college professor and a volunteer in low-income schools.

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  20. Fuming residents create petition to remove 'hostile' traffic judge 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2017 | New York Post

    Brian Levine, the infamous Staten Island traffic court judge known for berating the accused and having the highest conviction rate in the state, is the subject of a petition drive to get him fired. Peeved petitioner Michael Petrov, a Community Board 3 member and tech businessman, told The Post he's lobbying Gov. Cuomo because local pols told him Levine is untouchable.

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