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De Blasio denies reading about loophole his fund-raiser used

Maybe Mayor de Blasio was too busy campaigning to read how a loophole in the city’s Campaign Finance Board has allowed a powerful lobbying firm to stay under the radar as one of his fund-raisers. Constantinople & Vallone steered $ 60,900 in campaign cash to de Blasio, but was not required to be listed as a fundraiser with the city’s ...

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Trump has 'great concern' about Hurricane Irma, Pence says

President Trump has “great concern” about the horrific Hurricane Irma and has ordered the federal government to lend its full resources to Florida, his vice president said Sunday. “Clearly the briefing that we received at Camp David this morning caused the President to have great concern for the impact of this storm,” Vice President Pence told reporters after he and ...

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Trump has 'great concern' about Hurricane Irma, Pence says

President Trump has “great concern” about the horrific Hurricane Irma and has ordered the federal government to lend its full resources to Florida, his vice president said Sunday. “Clearly the briefing that we received at Camp David this morning caused the President to have great concern for the impact of this storm,” Vice President Pence told reporters after he and ...

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Paterno knew about Sandusky’s child sex abuse before 2001: report

What did Joe Paterno know and when did he know it? According to an explosive new CNN report published Saturday, there is now even more evidence the legendary ex-Penn State football coach may have known about Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of young boys years before Sandusky’s 2011 arrest. CNN obtained a Pennsylvania police report that described Paterno’s reaction to whistleblower ...

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What NHL commish said about Isles returning to Nassau Coliseum

Gary Bettman doesn’t see the renovated Nassau Coliseum as a potential home for the Islanders — not long-term, not short-term, never. On Friday, the NHL commissioner reiterated his stance about the Coliseum not being viable as a permanent home for the Isles, and had this to say regarding a possible temporary residency there: “I don’t view it that way, certainly ...

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Teen who lied about anti-Muslim attack on subway pleads guilty

The Muslim college student who lied to cops about getting attacked on the subway by drunken Trump supporters took a plea deal on Friday. Yasmin Seweid, 19, copped to falsely reporting an incident and disorderly conduct for the bogus claim. Seweid, of New Hyde Park, L.I., said hate-filled white men harassed her and tried to snatch the hijab off her ...

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UFC's Ray Borg Bragged About Health 1 Day Before Bailing On UFC 215

UFC’s Ray BorgBragged About ‘Fantastic’ Health1 Day Before Bailing On UFC 215 9/8/2017 8:24 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE UFC contender Ray Borg told TMZ Sports he felt “fantastic” — and was in the best shape of his life — just 24 hours before backing out of his UFC 215 fight against Demetrious Johnson. Borg pulled out of Saturday’s main event on ...

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Anthony Bourdain Has Reservations About 'No Reservations' in North Korea

Anthony BourdainReservations About ‘No Reservations’ in North Korea 9/8/2017 12:10 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Anthony Bourdain‘s eaten everything from beating cobra hearts in Saigon to warthog anus in Namibia, but he’s not dying to put North Korea on his palate map. Bourdain schooled our photog Thursday at LAX when he asked if Anthony would travel north of the demilitarization zone for an ...

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A conversation about race and sports that was before its time

Five years may not seem like a long time, but in some cases, it can be. America was a lot different in the latter part of 2012. Barack Obama had just been elected for a second term. The East Coast was trying to recover from Hurricane Sandy. And there was no such thing as Black Lives Matter because there was ...

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Bernie Sanders wants Hillary Clinton to stop ‘arguing about 2016’

Bernie Sanders is ready to move on — and he thinks Hillary Clinton should do the same. The Vermont senator joined Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” Thursday night, just days after Clinton accused him in her memoir, “What Happened,” of causing “ lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for ...

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