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Teacher allegedly took vodka shots during school

Police say a tipsy teacher was arrested in Kentucky for giving a class lesson after taking vodka shots. Brook West, 32, was charged with public intoxication after she got drunk Monday morning at Royal Spring Middle School in Georgetown, news station WKYT reported. Deputies were called to the campus...

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How drones and sonar will be used to fight floods

An arsenal of new technology is being put to the test fighting floods this year as rivers inundate towns and farm fields across the central United States.

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Central Florida cities among fastest growing in US

Explosive population growth from mid-2017 to mid-2018 propelled Orlando and Tampa into the top tier of the nation’s fastest-growing metro areas, according to figures released Thursday by the US Census Bureau.

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The crazy AR technology Verizon’s 5G lab is working on

5G is said to be essential to the future of augmented reality, a cutting-edge technology which superimposes digital data on the physical world.

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Who owns aloha? Hawaii wants legal protections for native culture

Hawaii lawmakers are considering adopting a resolution calling for the creation of legal protections for Native Hawaiian cultural intellectual property after a Chicago restaurant chain owner trademarked the name "Aloha Poke."

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Columbine survivors helping others affected by massacres

PARKLAND, Fla. — Alex Rozenblat can still hear the cries of a wounded boy calling for help as she hid from the gunfire that killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year. Talking to therapists at the school in Parkland, Florida, didn’t help. Each session had a different...

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There were benefits being duped by fake heiress Anna Sorokin: lawyer

The former Vanity Fair photo editor allegedly duped by ex-pal faux heiress Anna Sorokin burst into tears Thursday as a defense lawyer grilled her over the $600,000 book and TV deal she inked about her ordeal. Sorokin, a 28-year-old accused social grifter, is on trial for a series of frauds,...

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Alaska prepares for parasite invasion

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Health and wildlife officials are taking steps to prepare for potentially dangerous parasites that could gain a foothold because of Alaska’s warming climate. Non-native ticks represent a threat to wildlife and people because they can carry and transmit pathogens, said Micah...

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TSA finds gun wrapped in aluminum inside hollow DVD player

A Queens man was busted at John F. Kennedy International Airport after surprised TSA officers spotted an ineptly concealed handgun in a checked bag, officials said Thursday. Officers were alerted something was up when the suitcase carrying the gun triggered an alarm as it passed through a luggage...

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Why Terry Gilliam’s ‘Don Quixote’ was a decades-long mess

Turns out, like the parrot in that famous Monty Python sketch, Terry Gilliam’s new movie isn’t dead, it was just resting. For some three decades. “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” is one of the most famous unfinished Hollywood projects — a cursed production that has been trying to get off...

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Man arrested for grabbing 12-year-old’s butt in Brooklyn

A man was arrested after grabbing a child’s butt while she was inside a Brooklyn grocery store, police said. Roman Gomez, 36, allegedly grabbed the 12-year-old’s buttocks around 1 p.m. Wednesday inside 4406 Fifth Avenue in Sunset Park, cops said. He was immediately arrested and charged with sex...

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Nets vs. 76ers prediction: It’s clear Brooklyn will live or die by the 3

It’s already crystal clear that Game 3 and the rest of the NBA playoff series matching the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets is going to be an inside-outside battle. The Nets can’t guard the Sixers inside the arc. Brooklyn must hit a bunch of 3-pointers to make up for that defensive...

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‘Bonding’ creator dishes on life of sex and dungeons

You’d expect a TV show about a dominatrix to be salacious — and Netflix’s “Bonding” does boast its fair share of whip-cracking and unseemly showers. But for creator Rightor Doyle, who drew from his own life experience, it’s just as much about mental health. “In the same way that a...

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‘Bonding’ star Zoe Levin mastered a bullwhip for dominatrix role

As Zoe Levin stepped into her character’s shoes — or, to be exact, thigh-high, lace-up patent leather boots — she had just one simple rule for herself. As the 25-year-old actress tells The Post, it was: “Be uninhibited in every way.” In “Bonding,” a new Netflix comedy series out...

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Controversial NJ school official said student had ‘great ass … for sports’

Joe Piro’s return to Nutley High School isn’t going well. Returning to his position as the school’s athletic director this week after serving a suspension for calling Adolf Hitler a “good leader,” Piro is now under fire for a 2017 settlement in which he told a female student in his office,...

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After South Carolina student’s death, Uber rolls out new safety measures

Uber has rolled out new safety measures in the wake of a South Carolina student who was allegedly killed by a man she mistakenly thought was her driver, the ride-sharing company announced Thursday. The new features will include three reminders for Uber passengers to check their ride — confirming...

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NFL draft expert: Daniel Jones is Giants’ weird answer at quarterback

This wasn’t exactly a ringing endorsement. NFL Network draft insider Daniel Jeremiah has Duke’s Daniel Jones as the fourth-highest- rated quarterback on his board but still has him going sixth overall to the Giants, and his explanation isn’t about Jones’ physical tools, but that he believes...

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Lisa Rinna details mother’s attack by the Trailside killer

Her attacker, David Carpenter, is currently on death row in San Quentin State Prison.

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Donald Glover’s ‘Dusty Ass’ Adidas ads are cracking up Instagram

Donald Glover stays busy. On the heels of his headlining performance at Coachella last week along with the recent release of his much-hyped indie flick “Guava Island,” co-starring alongside Rihanna, the ubiquitous actor-writer-musician managed to also make time to collaborate with Adidas on a...

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Cardinals act fast after loud snub of Josh Rosen

No, the Cardinals haven’t forgotten that Josh Rosen is still on their roster — for now, anyway. After Arizona unveiled a hype video Wednesday night following the release of the 2019 NFL schedule, eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice the second-year quarterback’s absence, amid mounting...

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