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William and Harry insist on giving separate speeches at Diana statue unveiling
Prince William and Prince Harry have “insisted” on giving separate speeches at the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana — sparking concerns that it will appear that they’re not putting on a “united front,” a source has claimed. The royal brothers, who have been feuding for the past 18 months, were expected to put...
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Can I be let go from my job if I don’t feel safe going back to the office?
My employer wants us back in the office, but I don’t feel the conditions there are safe. They said if I don’t return, I’m abandoning my job. What are my options?
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Need a job? New York’s hospitality sector needs you!
According to the US Department of Labor Statistics, four in 10 jobs lost from February 2020 to February 2021 were in the leisure and hospitality industry.
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‘SNL’ Recap: Controversy Magnet Elon Musk Pumps Dogecoin, But The Market Hit The Brakes
17 of the 20 cast members brought their mothers onstage to celebrate Mother's Day 2021.
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Man stabbed to death at Midtown hotel shelter
A man was stabbed repeatedly at a Midtown, Manhattan, hotel and died early Sunday, cops said. The stabbing happened at the Midtown Suite hotel at 38 West 31st Street just before midnight, police said.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Milestone’ on Netflix, A Quiet Drama That Will Remind You Of ‘Nomadland’
The film has an arthouse indie film feel that Indian cinema isn’t necessarily known for.
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Enjoy your summer without getting eaten alive: 11 best bug zappers
If you want to enjoy your summer outside soaking up the sun and safely spending time with friends and family, you are going to need a device that effectively repels mosquitoes and other common bugs that make you itch. We’ve rounded up 11 items that you can wear, carry, or set down nearby to repel...
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Get six bottles of rosé wine for $9 each from Wine Insiders
Frustrated by how difficult it was to choose a good wine to drink from among the hundreds that lined the shelves of liquor stores, the founders of Wine Insiders created a club for those who like the finer wines in life.
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Mets bullpen comes up big: ‘tremendous’
The bullpen was impressive in the Mets' 4-2 win over the Diamondbacks on Saturday night.
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Aaron Judge gets key hit after being ‘terrible at the plate’
Aaron Judge knows he's been "terrible at the plate," but got a key hit in the Yankees' 4-3, 11-inning win over the Nationals on Saturday.
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Mets’ Jacob deGrom expected to start series finale
Mets ace Jacob deGrom is expected to start Sunday in the finale of the three-game series against the Diamondbacks.
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Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber show why they are Cy Young winners
Max Scherzer and Corey Kluber showed why they were multiple Cy Young winners.
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How Nets’ Nicolas Claxton stayed ready after testing positive for COVID-19
The Nets’ Nicolas Claxton confirmed that his extended recent absence wasn’t just for contact tracing, but because he had tested positive for COVID-19. But now that the second-year big man finally is back on the court, he has moved his focus from conquering the coronavirus to preparing for the playoffs. “I was testing positive for...
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The Jets’ challenge in drafting two Michael Carters
There will come a time for the Jets to ask this question: “Will the real Michael Carter please stand up?’’ And when that time comes, they hope both of their Michael Carters stand up and contribute — Michael Carter, the former North Carolina running back they drafted in the fourth round last week, and Michael...
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Canelo Alvarez stops Billy Joe Saunders to unify middleweight titles
Saul “Canelo” Alvarez stopped Billy Joe Saunders in eight rounds on Saturday to unify three super middleweight titles in front of the largest US crowd in history to watch an indoor boxing event. Four weight world champion Alvarez retained his World Boxing Council and World Boxing Association titles and seized the Saunders’ World Boxing Organization...
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30 killed in Afghanistan school bombing
30 people -- many of them being students -- are dead after a bomb exploded near Sayed Ul-Shuhada high school. The blast also wounded about Fifty-two other people.
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Dogecoin took a dive during Elon Musk’s ‘SNL’ hosting gig
Elon Musk's cryptocurrency dogecoin took a hit on Saturday when the creator hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time. Dogecoin started the day at $0.73, and sold off to $0.63 just as the show aired.
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Nets storm past Nuggets to snap season-worst skid
In one of their most desperate nights of the season, the Nets came through with one of their most stirring comebacks of the year. They stormed back to a 125-119 victory over the Nuggets before 4,044 at Denver’s Ball Arena in a game they had to have. The Nets snapped a season-high four-game losing skid....
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Billionaire Elon a ‘Musk see’ on ‘mediocre’ episode of ‘SNL’
Even if it was an average episode of "Saturday Night Live," the host was a Musk see.
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Gwyneth Paltrow drank whiskey ‘every night’ during COVID-19 lockdown
Gwyneth Paltrow said she did not get "like, black-out” drunk, but was hankering for cigarettes during her nightly imbibing.
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Two seriously hurt in Malibu balcony collapse
The collapse, which happened along the Pacific Coast Highway, sent at least four others to the hospital.
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Chinese rocket lands in Indian Ocean
The Chinese rocket that had been launched on April 29 and was carrying a module for China's future space station. The rocket was project to land anywhere between New York and New Zealand.
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Kurt Cobain’s FBI files quietly released online
Kurt Cobain's death smelled like a conspiracy to some fans who desperately wanted the FBI to open a murder probe into his untimely demise, according to newly released FBI files on the late rocker.
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Eight injured in Bronx bus fire
Firefighters responded to the bus fire on the Bx35 at Jennings Street and Southern Boulevard in Crotona Park East around 9 p.m., sources said.
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UMass Amherst students suspended for partying outside without masks
Three UMass Amherst students were suspended after a photo of them partying maskless was sent to the school's administration. The resulting suspension will cause the girls to repeat the semester.
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Scarlett Johansson says it’s time to ‘step back’ from Golden Globes org
The star of Marvel's upcoming "Black Widow," Johansson slammed the association as "an organization that was legitimized by the likes of Harvey Weinstein to amass momentum for Academy recognition.”
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White House waives ethics rules to hire former union leaders
The White House is drawing ire as President Joe Biden continues to waive federal ethics rules to place former union leaders in top government positions.
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NYC firebrand Heshy Tischler pleads guilty to inciting mob to attack reporter
Brooklyn's loudest right-wing radio host and city council candidate Heshy Tischler has pleaded guilty to charges that he egged on a mob to attack a reporter during an anti-lockdown protest last year.
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Islanders rip Devils in final regular season game at Nassau Coliseum
Brock Nelson scored twice in the second period as the New York Islanders beat the New Jersey Devils 5-1 Saturday night in the final regular season game at Nassau Coliseum. Mathew Barzal had a goal and an assist, and Jordan Eberle and Kyle Palmieri also scored for the Islanders. Ilya Sorokin stopped 23 shots to...
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Slow Joe Biden puts SEC in turmoil with fed agency chairs unfilled
Gary Gensler, the new sheriff on Wall Street, has set some ambitious plans for cracking down on stock-trading shenanigans — but the sheriff will need some deputies if he wants to get the job done.
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