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    Sticky-fingered White House reporters warned to stop pocketing items from Air Force One

    Some White House reporters have apparently been swiping everything from pillowcases to plates and glasses from Air Force One to keep as souvenirs, prompting their professional organization to warn them to knock it off. In an off-the-record email sent to members of the White House Correspondents’ Association last month, the elite journalists were scolded for […] More

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    Budget talks drag on with little clear agreement on Hochul’s housing plan

    New York state budget talks will drag on in Albany this week as lawmakers remain optimistic despite signals that there’s little ahreement on major issues such as housing. Gov. Kathy Hochul is seeking a major package of legislation meant to develop more housing in the Empire State but the measure looks more and more questionable […] More

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    Five hurt when fire erupts at NYC church during Easter service

    At least five people were injured when fire broke out at a Brooklyn church where worshippers were gathered for Easter service Sunday, the FDNY said. The four-alarm blaze was reported just before 3 p.m. at Our Lady of Rosary Pompeii Church in East Williamsburg, where about 50 fire companies rushed to put out the flames, […] More

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    How Trans Day of Visibility sparked Easter rising against Biden

    Not even Easter could be spared from the culture wars. This year, the holiest Christian holiday on the calendar — celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ — coincides with Transgender Day of Visibility, which has taken place on March 31 every year since 2009. In keeping with years past, President Biden, New York Gov. Kathy […] More

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    UC Berkeley accused of segregation by allegedly banning whites from community farm

    The University of California at Berkeley is under fire for allegedly banning white residents from using a community farm on Saturdays in a move one critic slammed as “systemic racism.” The university told The Post it is investigating claims that the “Gill Tract Community Farm” in nearby Albany offered its space on Saturday exclusively to […] More

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    Grisly discovery in Westchester park could hold clues to old shooting

    The grisly discovery of skeletal remains at a Westchester County park could help answer lingering questions about a shooting in Connecticut last year, according to a report. Greenburgh police found the remains inside Rumbrook Park on March 21 near a car tied to a June 15 broad-daylight shooting in New Haven, Conn., that left one […] More

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    ‘He needs to be removed’

    “Squad” member Rep. Jamaal Bowman blasted Benjamin Netanyahu as a “maniac” on Saturday while branding the Israeli Prime Minister an obstacle to peace in the Gaza Strip and backing Sen. Chuck Schumer’s call for a new election in Israel. Bowman (D-NY), who has been a steadfast supporter of a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war, said […] More

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