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22-year-old man gunned down inside SUV on Queens street

A 22-year-old man was gunned down inside an SUV on a Queens street on Sunday night, police said. The victim was shot in the back while in the driver’s seat of a Range Rover near the intersection of 41 Street and 30 Avenue in Astoria at about 10:05 p.m., according to cops. EMS took the…
Read More Source: New York Post

Wildfire causes evacuation of University of Cape Town students

A ferocious wildfire in South Africa damaged several buildings at the prestigious University of Cape Town on Sunday and forced its students to evacuate. The blaze engulfing part of Table Mountain began earlier in the day on Devils Peak before quickly spreading up the slopes, officials said. The inferno led to the closure of several…
Read More Source: New York Post

Suspected poacher trampled to death by elephants in South Africa

A suspected rhino poacher was killed in an elephant stampede at a South African national park on Saturday, officials said. The man was among three suspected poachers spotted by rangers at Kruger National Park, the parks service said in a Sunday press release. The trio fled when they were seen, and during their escape, ran…
Read More Source: New York Post

Penske Media buys big stake in SXSW in bid to save festival: report

Penske Media Corp. — the publisher of titles including Rolling Stone, Billboard and Variety — has struck a deal for a 50 percent stake in South by Southwest, according to a report on Sunday. The deal will give the popular Texas tech, movie and music festival a “lifeline” amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Wall Street…
Read More Source: New York Post

7-year-old girl killed, her father injured, in McDonald’s drive-thru shooting

A 7-year-old girl died and her father was wounded after they were shot at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Chicago on Sunday, a report said. The child, identified by police as Jaslyn, and her 28-year-old dad, Jontae Adams, were in a car outside the fast food restaurant in the city’s Homan Square neighborhood when two gunmen…
Read More Source: New York Post

Hester Ford, oldest person in America, dead at 116

America’s oldest person has died, but she left behind quite a legacy — not the least of which are some 120 great-great-grandchildren. Hester Ford, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died at the age of 116, according to WBTV. Born in 1904 in Lancaster, South Carolina, Ford grew up working on a farm, planting and picking cotton…
Read More Source: New York Post

Grace and grief as Prince Philip is laid to rest

Queen Elizabeth II said goodbye to her Prince Philip at his funeral at Windsor Castle on Saturday, alone in her pew but joined in grief by the royal family and millions watching across the globe.
Read More Source: New York Post

Yankees continue to phase out Jay Bruce

Jay Bruce’s phasing out of the lineup continued Saturday in the Yankees’ 6-3 loss to the Blue Jays at the Stadium. DJ LeMahieu started at first base for the second straight game and fourth time in the past six games. Bruce had started the first eight games of the season at first base, with Luke…
Read More Source: New York Post

Oregon seeks to keep COVID mask mandate ‘indefinitely’

While some states are reopening businesses or dropping mask mandates altogether, Oregon is bucking the trend — floating an idea to require masks and social distancing indefinitely. One of the state’s top health officials wants to require masks and social distancing in all businesses indefinitely. “We are not out of the woods yet,” said Michael…
Read More Source: New York Post

Cowardly CEOs’ woke political activism is a PR gimmick

Hysteria, groupthink and a fair amount of hypocrisy are the key ingredients in a ­ruinous cocktail that has managed to intoxicate some formerly profit-focused boardrooms.  One day, it’s the Adena Friedman-led Nasdaq stock market demanding that its US-listed companies have fully diverse boards even as it ignores a Chinese company’s treatment of the oppressed Uighur…
Read More Source: New York Post

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22-year-old man gunned down inside SUV on Queens street

22-year-old man gunned down inside SUV on Queens street

A 22-year-old man was gunned down inside an SUV on a Queens street on Sunday night, police said. The victim was shot in the back while in the driver’s seat of a Range Rover near the intersection of 41 Street and 30 Avenue in Astoria at about 10:05 p.m., according to cops. EMS took the…
Read More Source: New York Post

Wildfire causes evacuation of University of Cape Town students

Wildfire causes evacuation of University of Cape Town students

A ferocious wildfire in South Africa damaged several buildings at the prestigious University of Cape Town on Sunday and forced its students to evacuate. The blaze engulfing part of Table Mountain began earlier in the day on Devils Peak before quickly spreading up the slopes, officials said. The inferno led to the closure of several…
Read More Source: New York Post

Suspected poacher trampled to death by elephants in South Africa

Suspected poacher trampled to death by elephants in South Africa

A suspected rhino poacher was killed in an elephant stampede at a South African national park on Saturday, officials said. The man was among three suspected poachers spotted by rangers at Kruger National Park, the parks service said in a Sunday press release. The trio fled when they were seen, and during their escape, ran…
Read More Source: New York Post

Penske Media buys big stake in SXSW in bid to save festival: report

Penske Media buys big stake in SXSW in bid to save festival: report

Penske Media Corp. — the publisher of titles including Rolling Stone, Billboard and Variety — has struck a deal for a 50 percent stake in South by Southwest, according to a report on Sunday. The deal will give the popular Texas tech, movie and music festival a “lifeline” amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Wall Street…
Read More Source: New York Post

7-year-old girl killed, her father injured, in McDonald’s drive-thru shooting

7-year-old girl killed, her father injured, in McDonald’s drive-thru shooting

A 7-year-old girl died and her father was wounded after they were shot at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Chicago on Sunday, a report said. The child, identified by police as Jaslyn, and her 28-year-old dad, Jontae Adams, were in a car outside the fast food restaurant in the city’s Homan Square neighborhood when two gunmen…
Read More Source: New York Post

Hester Ford, oldest person in America, dead at 116

Hester Ford, oldest person in America, dead at 116

America’s oldest person has died, but she left behind quite a legacy — not the least of which are some 120 great-great-grandchildren. Hester Ford, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died at the age of 116, according to WBTV. Born in 1904 in Lancaster, South Carolina, Ford grew up working on a farm, planting and picking cotton…
Read More Source: New York Post

Grace and grief as Prince Philip is laid to rest

Grace and grief as Prince Philip is laid to rest

Queen Elizabeth II said goodbye to her Prince Philip at his funeral at Windsor Castle on Saturday, alone in her pew but joined in grief by the royal family and millions watching across the globe.
Read More Source: New York Post

Yankees continue to phase out Jay Bruce

Yankees continue to phase out Jay Bruce

Jay Bruce’s phasing out of the lineup continued Saturday in the Yankees’ 6-3 loss to the Blue Jays at the Stadium. DJ LeMahieu started at first base for the second straight game and fourth time in the past six games. Bruce had started the first eight games of the season at first base, with Luke…
Read More Source: New York Post

Oregon seeks to keep COVID mask mandate ‘indefinitely’

Oregon seeks to keep COVID mask mandate ‘indefinitely’

While some states are reopening businesses or dropping mask mandates altogether, Oregon is bucking the trend — floating an idea to require masks and social distancing indefinitely. One of the state’s top health officials wants to require masks and social distancing in all businesses indefinitely. “We are not out of the woods yet,” said Michael…
Read More Source: New York Post

Cowardly CEOs’ woke political activism is a PR gimmick

Cowardly CEOs’ woke political activism is a PR gimmick

Hysteria, groupthink and a fair amount of hypocrisy are the key ingredients in a ­ruinous cocktail that has managed to intoxicate some formerly profit-focused boardrooms.  One day, it’s the Adena Friedman-led Nasdaq stock market demanding that its US-listed companies have fully diverse boards even as it ignores a Chinese company’s treatment of the oppressed Uighur…
Read More Source: New York Post

How Mets postponements are affecting Jacob deGrom

How Mets postponements are affecting Jacob deGrom

DENVER — Jacob deGrom will eventually pitch for the Mets again, perhaps as soon as Saturday if the weather allows it. Already strong from six days’ rest — the result of two straight postponements, the latest of which occurred Friday when the Rockies decided not to play because of snow and cold weather in the…
Read More Source: New York Post

Letters to the Editor — April 17, 2021

Letters to the Editor — April 17, 2021

The Issue: A New York teacher’s essay criticizing the use of “Critical Race Theory” in schools. Anyone who reads Paul Rossi’s essay on his experience with Critical Race Theory in a private school cannot help but recall the history of China and the USSR (“Lesson in wrong division,” April 14). When and how did we…
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NCAA championship win helped Zac Jones make his Rangers decision

NCAA championship win helped Zac Jones make his Rangers decision

If there was any lingering doubt, Saturday erased it. Like George Costanza, Zac Jones wanted to go out on top, and he did as Massachusetts won the NCAA hockey title. There was nothing left to prove in college. “Winning a national championship does that,” the former UMass star defenseman said on Friday following Rangers practice,…
Read More Source: New York Post

Red states on US electoral map lagging on vaccinations

Red states on US electoral map lagging on vaccinations

SAVANNAH, Georgia — With coronavirus shots now in the arms of nearly half of American adults, the parts of the U.S. that are excelling and those that are struggling with vaccinations are starting to look like the nation’s political map: deeply divided between red and blue states. Out in front is New Hampshire, where 65%…
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Mercedes rolls out luxury electric car in duel with Tesla

Mercedes rolls out luxury electric car in duel with Tesla

Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler AG on Thursday unveiled a battery-powered counterpart to its top Mercedes luxury sedan as German carmakers ramp up their challenge to electric upstart Tesla. The EQS is the first Mercedes-Benz vehicle to be built on a framework designed from the start as an electric car, rather than using components from an internal-combustion…
Read More Source: New York Post