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This human-like robot can now perform parkour

Atlas, the humanoid Boston Dynamics robot known for its backflips and running, among other human-like activities, can now perform parkour. The robotics company posted a video to YouTube Thursday of Atlas running around a warehouse, jumping over a log and onto a stacked structure. “The control...

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Giants’ putrid loss shows just how terrible they really are

The Giants at the moment are a terrible team. They play terribly. Either they are coached terribly or else they do not take to their coaching. Their franchise quarterback, Eli Manning, too often has been closer to terrible than great. Their superstar receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., sometimes comports...

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Clayton Kershaw relishing reputation as throwback pitcher

MILWAUKEE — The Brewers own the bullpen advantage, but the Dodgers possess the only true ace in this NLCS, and it’s not particularly close. For all his maddening lack of postseason success, Clayton Kershaw is still Clayton Kershaw and capable of dominating any opponent at any time. The latest...

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Odell Beckham leaves Giants’ sideline early as antics return

Maybe Odell Beckham Jr. needed extra prep time of his next interview. The Giants lightning-rod receiver left the sideline and headed into the locker room for halftime with two seconds left on the clock and his offense still on the field. When he returned to the field with the Giants trailing 24-6,...

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Christian Yelich can’t believe he’s in this spot now

MILWAUKEE — From stranded in South Beach to thriving in America’s Dairyland, the best offensive player in the National League this season still isn’t quite sure what hit him. “It’s been a great ride,” Christian Yelich said Thursday before a workout at Miller Park. “It’s been a lot of...

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California man charged after threatening to kill Feinstein

LANCASTER, Calif. — A Southern California man has been arrested after authorities say he sent an email threatening to kill U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Authorities say Craig Shaver of Lancaster sent a Sept. 30 email to the senator. Other details weren’t disclosed. Prosecutors said Thursday that...

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Simms: Beckham’s comments were best thing for Giants

There is never a shortage of opinions when it comes to evaluating Odell Beckham Jr.’s off-the-field actions. His ESPN interview generated attention galore. Beckham did not outwardly support Eli Manning, seemed to question coach Pat Shurmur’s offense and would not even say he was happy to be...

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Gender reveal party ends in wild brawl outside Applebee’s

A gender reveal party reportedly ended with a wild brawl outside an Ohio Applebee’s when customers and staff argued over who was responsible for cleaning up confetti. Cops responded to the Applebee’s Grill and Bar outside Cleveland on Monday after a fight that began when the group was told not...

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Hurricane Michael demolished this Florida Air Force base

Eerie video shows overturned trucks and historic Air Force jets flipped over and strewn across the ground at a Florida base razed by Hurricane Michael. Tyndall Air Force base sustained “catastrophic” damage when the Category 4 storm hit it head on, officials said on Facebook Thursday, as they...

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Ex-Newsweek exec claims criminal charges are retaliation for Weinstein probe exposé

A former Newsweek executive claims the fraud and money-laundering charges brought Thursday against him and Newsweek’s former parent is in retaliation for a story the magazine published about the district attorney’s botched probe into Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sex crimes. The district attorney...

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Many angles point to the Cardinals keeping this one close

Dave Tuley, senior reporter at VSiN, joins the Post’s Bettor’s Guide for the 2018 NFL season. His handicapping pieces appear in VSiN’s online magazine, Point Spread Weekly. Cardinals (+10) at VIKINGS: Double-digit underdogs are 4-2 against the spread this season, but that’s not the only...

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Inside the looming crisis of Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance

Jamal Khashoggi knew Saudi Arabia wanted him dead. The dissident journalist had fled the kingdom for the US last year fearing for his freedom and had since been lobbing bombs at his country’s new leadership via columns for The Washington Post with inflammatory headlines such as “Saudi Arabia’s...

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Schizo man: I threw brother off roof because ‘he was the lightest’

The schizophrenic Brooklyn man charged with killing his 4-year-old brother by dropping him off a seven-story building told cops he selected the sibling because he was the “lightest” family member, according to newly unsealed court documents. “I thought that God would make the world a better...

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Apollo Management could help McClatchy with Tribune bid

Billionaire Leon Black is weighing yet another opportunity to invest in the newspaper business. Print empire McClatchy has approached Black’s buyout firm Apollo Management to shore up its bid for Tribune Publishing, the owner of the New York Daily News and the Chicago Tribune, The Post has...

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David Quinn picks up first Rangers win, but it wasn’t pretty

No matter how it looked, David Quinn will take his first win as an NHL head coach. The Rangers got their first-year headman his first victory with an ugly, 3-2 overtime win over the Sharks on Thursday night at the Garden. After being down for most of the game and finally tying it with 2:39...

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Trump dishes on ‘lowlife’ Eric Holder, Hillary and the 2020 race

The sentiment came from the President of the United States, but reflects a common feeling among conservatives and Republicans. He and they are ever more certain that one of the biggest problems in our country is the media’s double standard. The example at hand was my question about Eric Holder’s...

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WeWork sued over sexual assaults, ‘frat-boy culture’

The “frat-boy culture” at the $20 billion shared-office-space company “WeWork” breeds drunken sexual misconduct, according to a former employee who’s suing over multiple alleged attacks. Ruby Anaya, 33, was “director of culture” for WeWork for the past four years until her ouster in...

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Are Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk ‘miserable’ together?

A source told us, “They are miserable together. They have been for months. He doesn’t drink and is into spirituality. She wants to go out.”

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Teachers will get bonuses for working at ‘hard to staff’ schools

The Department of Education is now offering bravery bonuses. Hoping to boost staffing at troubled schools, the DOE will pay up to $8,000 more a year to teachers willing to tackle the most daunting assignments. As part of a new teachers-union contract, the DOE initiative will offer the money to new...

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