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1 day ago Man stabbed amid argument on subway platform
A man was fighting for his life early Sunday after he was stabbed by an apparent stranger at a Brownsville subway station, police said. The 32-year-old victim had been arguing with a man on the platform of the Ralph Avenue station of the A and C lines, shortly after 11 p.m. when a third man...
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1 day ago Thief electrocuted by subway rail while running from cops
A would-be Park Slope purse-snatcher accidentally gave himself the death penalty Saturday night, when he ran onto subway tracks to escape cops — and was electrocuted by the third rail, according to police sources. The mugger, whose name was not released, had tried to grab a brown, Louis Vuitton purse from a young woman near...
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1 day ago Upper West Side residents want sidewalk book vendor gone
The bookish Upper West Side wants this chapter closed. The overflowing tables of sidewalk book vendor Kirk Davidson, 60, have rankled residents for years, prompting a new NYPD crackdown on the “blight” of Broadway. Cops confiscated nearly 2,000 tomes from Davidson in the past two weeks, saying he was the No. 1 source of complaints...
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1 day ago Park Slope being shamed into radical school diversity plan
The de Blasio administration is guilting parents in ultra-liberal Park Slope into swallowing a radical public school “diversity plan” — suggesting that those who disagree with the scheme are akin to white supremacists in the Deep South. After a series of workshops and meetings over the summer, the city is poised to green-light a drastic...
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1 day ago Bronx street renamed for NYPD cop killed in Afghanistan
A Bronx street corner was renamed Saturday for a fallen NYPD hero. Mayor de Blasio presided over the ceremony alongside the family of Det. Joseph Lemm, 45, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2015 while serving with the Air National Guard when his convoy was attacked by a suicide bomber. “We know that Detective Lemm’s...
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1 day ago FDNY brawl ‘one of the most severe beatings seen on tape’: insider
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. “It was one of the most severe...
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1 day ago Couple suing over disaster Hamptons house rental
Their $72,000 summer of luxury was spent waiting for the repair guy to show up. A Manhattan couple say they shelled out big bucks to rent a Hamptons manse for a relaxing season only to find most of the amenities “out of order.” Annie and James Angellino claim Larry and Elayne Levine rented out their...
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1 day ago Ex-Liu campaign staffer says she’s suffered ‘post-incarceration syndrome’
As former city Comptroller John Liu mounts another comeback attempt, the woman who took the fall for his past campaign’s illegal fundraising is down in the dumplings. Jia “Jenny” Hou now works for a factory specializing in the doughy delicacy — and suffered from “post-incarceration syndrome,” court filings show. The gig came after she nearly...
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1 day ago Bronx Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing teen
Days after a stunning report revealed rampant sexual abuse by perv priests in Pennsylvania, another accused holy man has been identified in New York, The Post has learned. Father John T. Meehan, 81, allegedly committed “multiple incidents of sexual misconduct” against a teen victim at Cardinal Hayes HS in the early 1980s, the victim’s lawyer...
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1 day ago Man shot in face by NYPD cop now conscious, can’t speak: mom
A Brooklyn man shot in the face by an NYPD cop is conscious but cannot speak, his mother said Saturday. Thavone Santana, 21, has been hospitalized since the Aug. 2 incident, when he was allegedly shot by Officer Ritchard Blake in East New York. Blake was fired Friday. “We’re going to get through this as...
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1 day ago NYPD bans civilians from recording video inside precincts
Civilians seeking to video record their encounters with cops inside NYPD precincts should hit pause — the practice could land them in cuffs. A day after a civilian posted video of himself launching into a vulgar tirade against a 28th Precinct sergeant inside the Upper Manhattan station house, the department issued new guidelines directing cops...
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1 day ago Seabrook family asks for $100K in donations on GoFundMe
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...
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1 day ago Nephew charged in fatal stabbing of uncle in Bronx: cops
A man was fatally stabbed in the neck in broad daylight on a Bronx street — and cops say his nephew was the killer. Cops found Eric Shaw’s lifeless body — with the mortal wound — at East 196th Street and Briggs Avenue in Fordham Manor around 12:10 p.m. Friday, only blocks from his home,...
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1 day ago This might be Staten Island’s most expensive divorce
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. Now Robyn and Dean Billings are on the road to one of the borough’s most expensive divorces. In addition to their sprawling, multi-million dollar Todt Hill mansion, the couple is...
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1 day ago Staten Island’s Little Leaguers have a lot of new fans
Oh, to be young and famous. 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. “I think I’ve had like 30 people come up to me to ask for a picture since we...
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1 day ago Cop rescued from mud hole near training facility
An on-duty cop needed a helping hand when he sank deep into a mud hole near the Rodman’s Neck training facility and firing range, police sources told The Post. Officer Gary Williams, 35, assigned to tactical training at the range, was taking a casual stroll along a nearby shoreline area during his lunch break around...
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1 day ago Beekeeping is all the buzz in New York City
This New York City craze has plenty of buzz. More and more New Yorkers are taking up beekeeping. Over the last four years, the number of beehives throughout the five boroughs swelled 35 percent, from 277 to 373. The official number of beekeepers ticked up 21 percent, from 99 to 120, according to the Department...
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1 day ago State Senate candidate launches ‘No Homeless Shelter Party’
This pol is no pal to the homeless. State Senate candidate Slawomir Platta is trying to launch the “No Homeless Shelter Party” to protest homeless shelters the de Blasio administration plans for Queens neighborhoods. “I oppose the de Blasio style of homeless shelters being introduced in this community,” said Platta, a lawyer eyeing Democratic state...
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1 day ago Woman clinging to life after bloody fracas outside Bronx lounge
A woman was clinging to life and five other people were hurt in a wild melee outside a Bronx lounge early Saturday, cops said. A group of club goers appeared to have been brawling inside the Bruxelles Lounge on Allerton Avenue near Radcliff Avenue in Allerton around 4:30 a.m. when the fight spilled outside, according...
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1 day ago One dead, several hurt in back-to-back car crashes
One person was killed and four people hurt in a seven-car chain reaction crash early Saturday in Queens, cops said. The havoc began around 4:15 a.m. when a 29-year-old man driving a 2011 Chevy north on the Van Wyck Expressway near Exit 12 rammed into the side of a 2012 Acura sedan. The 27-year-old woman...

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