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  1. NY Congressman-elect reaffirms he won't back PelosiRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | New York Post

    Democratic New York Congressman-elect Max Rose is sticking to his guns in the vote for the next Speaker of the House. "He will not under any circumstances vote for Nancy Pelosi," campaign manager Kevin Elkins told The Post.


  2. NYPD's new sex crimes boss to perverts: 'We will get you'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    The city's new top sex crimes cop issued this warning Friday to perverts across the five boroughs: "We will get you." "We will prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law," Deputy Chief Judith Harrison promised, taking the reins of the NYPD Special Victims Division after the ouster of its previous commanding officer.


  3. Outrage after a few inches of snow brings NYC to a haltRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 15 | New York Post

    A few inches of snow brought chaos and massive traffic to New York City roads on Thursday - prompting a storm of criticism for the city's response to the wintry weather. "Hearing reports from all over the city about slow response to today's storm and I've seen downed trees outside of each event I've attended tonight," New York City council speaker Corey Johnson, a Democrat from Manhattan, wrote on Twitter .


  4. How to pair the perfect wine with your favorite Thanksgiving pieRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 13 | New York Post

    You probably know which wines will show up on the Thanksgiving table - those tried and true pinot noirs and rieslings that play nice with turkey and all the trimmings. "Dessert still gets the short shrift," Amy Zavatto, a Staten Island-based wine, spirits and food writer tells The Post.


  5. What brought the New York Republican Party to death's doorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | New York Post

    The biggest change has been a long time coming: Republican control of the state Senate has been at risk for decades now, preserved by extreme gerrymandering and the votes of renegade Democrats. And while the chamber's GOP members fought off the occasional tax hike and other progressive priorities, its members have mainly focused on what bacon they could deliver for their districts or favors for special interests.


  6. Doc saves NY Marathon runner's life - but don't call him a heroRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | New York Post

    Dr. Theodore Strange ran his 25th New York City Marathon on Sunday and helped save the life of fellow runner Kristina Elfering. Kristina Elfering, a 41-year-old civil engineer from North Oaks, Minn., felt ecstatic about running her first New York City Marathon to celebrate the 45th birthday of her friend and running mate, Victoria Nill.


  7. Queens girl who fell off cliff escaping rapist finishes marathon on crutchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | New York Post

    Hannah Gavios, 25, who fractured her spine in the fall, battled her way through the 26.2-mile, five-borough course on crutches - and finished in 11 hours, just after 8 p.m. Though most of the competitors had finished long before, she was still greeted by a crowd of well-wishers at the finish line. "I didn't expect this many people," Hannah said, shaking with fatigue and crying.


  8. Mary Keitany, Lelisa Desisa win women's and men's NYC Marathon titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | New York Post

    An Ethiopia runner eked out his first New York City Marathon win Sunday, finishing the 26.2-mile race just 2 seconds ahead of a countryman. "Today is my day.


  9. A "for sale" sign lies on an empty lot in Staten Island.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 3 | New York Post

    Nearly 10 years since the official start of the Great Recession, city foreclosure cases have declined to pre-crisis levels, and home prices have soared. But incomes have not risen proportionately, leaving many New York families shut out of homeownership.


  10. Weekend forecast: Al Roker eating pizza in the Staten Island Ferry terminalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | New York Post

    "As a singer," says Al Roker, "I'm a great weatherman." That hasn't stopped the 64-year-old "Today" show veteran from performing in the Broadway musical " Waitress ," through Nov. 18, as diner owner Old Joe.


  11. Didn't win Mega Millions? Powerball jackpot up to $620MRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | New York Post

    Wednesday night's $620 million Powerball jackpot looks sort of puny given all the attention lavished on the $1.537 billion Mega Millions jackpot won in South Carolina on Tuesday. Only five lottery jackpots have been larger than this Powerball, but with two giant prizes in one week, it's hard not to compare.


  12. The panties-munching cop plot thickensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | New York Post

    The NYPD detective who says he was sexually harassed by his raunchy female boss was perfectly comfortable letting it all hang out - and gripping a prop penis - while standing next to her at a party two years ago. Brooklyn Detective Victor Falcon - who complained that he was "humiliated" by Sgt.


  13. De Blasio's terrible - and costly - 'democracy' gaffeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | New York Post

    April Fool's Day is usually the first day of April, but it came again this year when Mayor Bill de Blasio welcomed the month of October by creating a new position he grandly calls "chief democracy officer" to New York City's already bloated ranks of municipal employees. Only in de Blasio's New York would a mayor create a new position - one with a huge salary, no less - that only serves to confuse voters.


  14. DOT boss treated his employee of Taino Indian heritage like a slave: lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2018 | New York Post

    A city transportation boss acted like a slavemaster to a Taino Indian underling - even hanging a pair of shackles in the man's office to make sure he knew his role, a new lawsuit alleges. "I was hurt by it - it was a horrible, horrible feeling," Michael Casiano told The Post.


  15. Priest accused of child sex-abuse based on Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2018 | New York Post

    A former Staten Island pastor and celebrated Irish musician is the latest priest with a "credible" child sex-abuse allegation levied, according to a report. Monsignor Charles Coen, who led St. Joseph-St.


  16. Growing number of Ground Zero-area men have breast cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2018 | New York Post

    The number of men stricken with breast cancer after being exposed to the air around Ground Zero has reached 30 - a month after The Post reported on a rare cluster of 15 cases. "We were representing 15 men with breast cancer, It has doubled.


  17. Cuomo finally fixes a 50-year-old typoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2018 | New York Post

    The subways keep running late, traffic is horrendous and tolls keep going up - but there's good news ahead for Staten Island commuters: the misspelling of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is being corrected. Signs for the bridge, named for the 16th-century Italian explorer Giovanni de Verrazzano, have been spelled incorrectly for 50 years because of a typo in an original construction contract.


  18. The new Mafia is wising up and keeping quietRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2018 | New York Post

    Thirty-three years after John Gotti carried out his audacious hit on crime boss Paul Castellano, which flouted Mafia rules and brought a wave of devastating prosecutions under the Dapper Don's brash reign, New York's five crime families have reverted to their old-guard ways. No more press conferences or TV appearances. 2 comments

  19. Staten Island man wins $245M Powerball jackpotRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2018 | New York Post

    Mangal had purchased the ticket on Aug. 11 at the Stop and Shop on Hylan Boulevard. He said he only buys lottery tickets when the jackpots reach $100 million.


  20. De Blasio: No bailout for Staten Island Ferris wheel projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2018 | New York Post

    Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday the city won't bail out a stalled $900 million project to build the largest Ferris wheel in the Western Hemisphere on Staten Island, noting it was his predecessor's idea. "If there is a new proposal, we'll certainly look at it, but here's the reality: This was an idea approved in the previous administration [of Mayor Mike Bloomberg]," de Blasio said on WYNC A radio.


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