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Josh Hader 'deeply sorry' after hate-filled tweets are uncovered during All-Star game

WASHINGTON — A feel-good, three-day All-Star celebration at Nationals Park concluded in shocking fashion late Tuesday night when Brewers relief pitcher Josh Hader owned up to a series of hate-fille…

Jul 18

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NY health officials warn of new species of tick

ALBANY, N.Y. — Public health and agriculture officials are warning New York residents, farms and visitors to take precautions outdoors as a new tick species has been found in the...

Jul 18

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Aaron Judge, 9 others go yard in homer-happy All-Star game

WASHINGTON — It went from the Bronx Battery to the Votto Mulligan to the World Series Redux, and it predictably set a record in the process. Back-to-back solo, 10th-inning homers...

Jul 18

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Cuomo donor made 69 tiny donations to campaign

A donor with ties to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's campaign gave small-dollar contributions to the two-term incumbent almost six dozen times, as the longtime pol faces continued criticism for his reliance...

Jul 18

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Assemblywoman stunned by WFP plan to use Nixon as backup candidate

Manhattan Assemblywoman Deborah Glick said she was blindsided by a secret plan hatched by the Working Families Party to have Cynthia Nixon run against her on its line if the...

Jul 18

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Donations to rogue Democrats may have been illegal: Board of Elections investigator

The chief investigator for the state Board of Election is questioning the legality of hundreds of thousands of donations given to a group of former renegade Democratic state senators who...

Jul 18

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New bill would allow Rikers inmates to make calls for free

Talk is cheap — but not behind bars, so the City Council is set to pass a bill that would allow Rikers inmates to make calls for free. The legislation...

Jul 18

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NYCHA failed to report cases of elevated blood lead levels to feds

NYCHA failed to report to the feds more than half of the cases of elevated blood lead levels in its buildings over a yearlong period, as required under the regulations....

Jul 18

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Artist fills gaping potholes with mosaics of rats, cockroaches and pigeons

Welcome to New York — where the streets are paved with vermin. A Chicago artist famed for filling his city's potholes with eye-catching mosaics has brought his creative civic-minded mission...

Jul 18

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Cuomo added 374 'special assistants' to state payroll

Gov. Cuomo padded the state payroll with as many as 374 "special assistants" — creating what critics call a veritable army of loyalists who keep his political machine rolling. The...

Jul 18

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Blankfein to hand Goldman Sachs reins to Solomon

Goldman Sachs Group Inc named David Solomon as its next chief executive officer on Tuesday, replacing Lloyd Blankfein who will step down on Sept. 30.

Jul 18

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Tronc looking to slash more Daily News jobs

Rumors are flying that Tronc is pressuring Daily News Editor-in-Chief Jim Rich to institute sweeping cuts across the newsroom. "They are bracing for a massive editorial staff cut," said one...

Jul 18

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