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New Zealand mosque shooter livestreamed killings on Facebook

The gunman who opened fire in a New Zealand mosque Friday local time reportedly livestreamed the slaughter on Facebook. A disturbing video appears to show the gunman executing people inside the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch. Another video shows bodies piled up inside. The video appears to...

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Jess Cagle’s exit proof the age of the celebrity magazine editor is over

Running a magazine isn’t as glamorous as it used to be. Just ask Jess Cagle, the long-time editor-in-chief of People, who announced his departure Wednesday after five years running the popular celebrity magazine. Cagle, 53, said he is leaving People to spend more time “under the same roof as my...

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The US has more millionaires than Greece has people

We’re a nation of millionaires. For the 10th straight year, the number of rich folks has gone up in the United States — with more people of means here than the total populations of Greece or Portugal. A new study has found that in 2018, there were 11.8 million households in the United States...

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Brutal Queens bat beating leaves barbershop worker brain-damaged

A shocking video shows a drunken violent bat attack that left a Queens barbershop worker brain-damaged and disfigured, police said Thursday. Cops say Quentin Seepersad, 41, stepped out of the barbershop on Metropolitan Avenue near 54th Street in Ridgewood after drinking with a buddy at 12:40 a.m....

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The New Yorker collects 4 Ellies at National Magazine Awards

It was a battle of the titans at the National Magazine Awards Thursday night, pitting Adam Moss, in his final contest at the helm of New York magazine, against David Remnick of The New Yorker, the once and future champion. Heading into this year’s contest Moss had won 40 Ellies in his 15-year...

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Judge OKs FDNY widow’s lawsuit over deadly Harlem movie set fire

A Manhattan judge on Thursday refused to toss a firefighter widow’s wrongful-death lawsuit stemming from a Harlem blaze on the set of Edward Norton’s “Motherless Brooklyn.” “Motion denied,” Manhattan Supreme Justice Alan Marin barked following tense arguments between lawyers for the...

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Mom files $500B lawsuit over college admissions scandal

A single mom from California has filed a $500 billion class action lawsuit against the high-profile parents wrapped up in the nationwide college admissions scandal — including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman. Jennifer Kay Toy is asking for billions in damages from the 33 wealthy...

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Southern Poverty Law Center co-founder fired amid gender, race-complaints

The Southern Poverty Law Center has pushed out one of their co-founders amid reports the watchdog group has been grappling with gender and race complaints within the organization. Morris Dees was fired from the SPLC on Thursday, the president of the anti-hate group said in a statement, but he did...

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Men’s Wearhouse parent sees shares tumble as office attire becomes more casual

Yes, it’s OK to ditch the tie at the office now — and no, that’s not good news for Men’s Wearhouse. Shares of Tailored Brands, which owns both the suit retailer and the Jos A. Bank chain, plunged 25 percent to close at $8.75 after it reported a dismal holiday quarter and outlook, slammed...

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YouTube star Lilly Singh takes Carson Daly’s late night spot

A YouTube star has been tapped to take over Carson Daly’s late night slot on NBC. Lilly Singh, who has more than 14 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, announced her new gig on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” Thursday night. “I think its a little awesome for an Indian-Canadian...

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City will repay $4M of pilfered Hurricane Sandy aid

A federal judge has signed off on a settlement that will see the city pay back more than $4 million of pilfered Hurricane Sandy aid that paid for “junk” city vehicles damaged well before the 2012 storm. After Sandy, the city’s Department of Transportation applied for $12 million in FEMA grants...

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Macy’s to lay off dozens of IT employees in New York

Macy’s is shedding dozens of workers as it outsources the bulk of its technology help desk, The Post has learned. The nation’s biggest department-store chain is downsizing a business unit that supports its IT systems, including laptops, point-of-sale devices, and sales reports, according to a...

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Cops eye John Gotti’s brother after slaying of Gambino boss

The Gottis are back in town — and the bloodshed could just be beginning. Police are taking a serious look at whether Gambino crime-family boss Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali was whacked in an internal war for control — with one of John Gotti’s brothers and a key associate fresh out of prison...

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Five more Brooklyn yeshivas allowed students to attend school unvaccinated, with measles

Five more yeshivas in Brooklyn ignored a Health Department order and allowed students who weren’t vaccinated for measles to attend classes, concerned city officials said Thursday. The department ordered the religious schools to immediately comply with vaccination protocols or face fines. There...

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Fleetwood, Bradley tied for lead at Players, Tiger Woods five back

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — There’s a common denominator to the Players Championship leaderboard after Thursday’s opening round at TPC Sawgrass: It features three players at or near the top who were at or near the top at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational and failed to complete the job....

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Cuomo holds secret fundraiser at St. Regis amid budget talks

Andrew Cuomo for president?! Four more years as governor?! Gov. Cuomo held a swanky, hush-hush fundraiser at the posh St. Regis hotel in midtown Thursday night — while in the midst of negotiations with state lawmakers to adopt a $173 billion budget by April 1. And wouldn’t you know? Donors with...

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‘Dead people everywhere’: Cops respond to active shooter reports at New Zealand mosque

Police responded to an active shooter at a New Zealand mosque on Friday afternoon local time, according to local reports. The gunman reportedly stormed the Al Noor mosque in the center of Christchurch, the BBC reported. It’s not clear how many people were injured. A witness described a scene of...

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A look back at the history of hits on NYC mob bosses

In the early 1930s, the notorious Charles “Lucky” Luciano established the modern American Mafia by creating “The Commission.” It was a governing body through which the Five Families — the Lucchese, the Gambinos, the Genoveses, the Colombos and the Bonannos — could settle disputes...

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Golden Tate celebrates Giants’ deal with Jerry Maguire shoutout

The Giants showed Golden Tate the money. Not long after agreeing to a four-year, $37.5 million deal on Thursday, the veteran wideout celebrated by re-enacting the infamous scene from “Jerry Maguire” in which Rod Tidwell has one request for the titular agent — and then posting it on Instagram....

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Anders Lee’s late goal propels Islanders past Canadiens

The Islanders are going to have to deal with their inability to score with any proficiency. But once again, they were barely able to overcome it, sneaking out with a 2-1 win over the Canadiens at the Coliseum on Thursday night. Carey Price was outstanding in the Habs’ nets all night, but he had...

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