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Antonio Brown Plans to Fight Civil Lawsuits Filed Against him in Florida Condo Incident

Antonio Brown will fight civil lawsuits filed against him after he threw items off of a Florida condo balcony.

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Man who faked being wheelchair-bound drops two lawsuits after Post exposé

Take a hike! The Queens man who The Post revealed could walk without a wheelchair — after he sued Big Apple businesses for millions over their lack of handicapped access — is facing fraud allegations by the companies and has already agreed to drop two cases. Serial litigant Arik Matatov’s...

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N.J. police officer arrested after brutal K-9 attack that cost city $3M

A lawsuit against Atlantic City alleges the officer was accused of excessive force 23 times over seven years. An Atlantic City police officer has been arrested for his role in a June 2013 arrest that left a Linwood man with 200 stitches after a brutal attack by the officer's K-9. Sterling Wheaten,...

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is planning to fight a pair of lawsuits filed against him stemming from an incident at a Florida apartment complex last spring. Ophir Sternberg is seeking damages against Brown, claiming that objects thrown by Brown from the 14th floor of an...

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Chief who threatened councilwoman is docked pay for 120 days, then gets to retire

The Englewood Cliffs council on Wednesday night voted unanimously to suspend Michael Cioffi without pay for 120 days. The Englewood Cliffs Police Chief -- who was allegedly recorded saying he'd like to kill the former council president -- is no longer leading the department. The council on...

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who is facing two lawsuits from an April incident in Florida, said Thursday that the claims made against him are false.

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Fate of $500 million in school funding in hands of voters | Editorial

If passed by New Jersey voters, the act will authorize the state to issue $500 million in bonds for education-related projects. The Garden State's school children are hoping you'll have the wisdom to say "yes" to Public Question 1 when you head to the polls next month for the 2018 mid-term...

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