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Passenger killed in Chinatown car crash

A driver who was speeding in Chinatown flipped the car in a horrific crash that killed a passenger early Tuesday. The vehicle was exiting the Manhattan Bridge at a high speed when it hit a curb, rammed into a light ...

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President Trump’s top 10 most impactful tweets from 2017

President Trump’s Twitter account had a helluva year. From slamming North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un as “Little Rocket Man” to attacking the media as “fake news,” the President’s posts have made headlines for making unsubstantiated claims or insulting his ...

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Woman killed, husband injured in Christmas Eve pit bull attack

The owner of a pair of pit bulls that killed a Kentucky woman and injured her husband has been charged with harboring a vicious animal. The dog s involved in the deadly Christmas Eve attack belong to 42-year-old Johnny Dale ...

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Granny kept inside home for 10 hours by cops plans to sue

An outraged grandmother who says she was held hostage by cops inside her Brooklyn apartment for over 10 hours is expected to file a $ 15 million notice of claim against the city, the Daily News has learned. Heavy knocks ...

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Bethlehem locals say President Trump ruined Christmas

Locals in the city of Bethlehem are blaming President Trump for ruining Christmas after his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The city’s Manger Square held its annual Christmas Eve march and worshipers attended midnight Mass on Sunday, but ...

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Christmas quake shakes southern Mexico; no damage reported

A Christmas day earthquake has shaken southern Mexico. There are no immediate reports of damage. Monday’s temblor was centered near the Pacific coast resort city of Acapulco, where the shaking was felt strongly and many people left their homes. Civil ...

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Trump White House docks UN budget $285M after Jerusalem backlash

The Trump administration has worked out some “historic” belt-tightening at the United Nations, officials announced Sunday. The UN’s budget has been slashed by more than $ 285 million, according to Ambassador Nikki Haley, who said the cost cuts gutted the ...

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Los Angeles psychologist takes credit for Mnuchin manure gift

The supposed secret Santa who dropped a load of Christmas poo near Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s posh Bel-Air pad said it represented the Trump administration’s tax plan. Los Angeles psychologist Robby Strong took credit for the stinker of a prank ...

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Feds' bureaucratic hellscape gnaws at New Yorkers' health, hope

ALBANY — Thousands of injured or sick workers in the New York City area are spending the holiday season in bureaucratic limbo as they wait to see if they qualify for federal disability payments. They are among more than a ...

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N.Y. pol to pension fund: Pull out of private prison companies

ALBANY — A state senator from Harlem has introduced a bill that would require the pension fund to disinvest from companies with ties to privately run prisons, the Daily News has learned. “There is no reason a progressive state like ...

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