The New York Post

Mayor Eric Adams was positively De Blasian Sunday when he claimed there is only a “perception” of fear underground. “We have a safe subway system,” he said after a heinous subway shoving that killed Michelle Alyssa Go. “Cases like this aggravate the perception of fear.” Bill de Blasio similarly... Read more
Published on: 2022-01-16
Coldplay’s latest concert was literal “Paradise” for two lovestruck fans. Casey Treur and Jesus Nuñez were in the audience for the band’s set at iHeartRadio ALTer EGO at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., on Saturday – and stole the show with a proposal. It all began when frontman Chris Martin,... Read more
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​Dick Morris, a onetime top adviser to former President Bill Clinton, says there’s a “good chance” of a 2024 rematch between Hillary Clinton and ex-President Donald Trump. Morris said Sunday that if Democrats lose control of Congress in the 2022 midterm elections, President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris... Read more
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OTTAWA—Canada is advising residents against taking non-essential trips to Ukraine because of the buildup of Russian troops near the country's border. The change in risk level comes amid fears of a Russian invasion. Ottawa says Russia's military presence has been increasing since last fall and advises Canadians who are there... Read more
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Russia's 15-year-old Kamila Valieva won the European figure skating championships in Estonia on Saturday, solidifying her status as the gold-medal favorite for next month's Beijing Olympics. Valieva finished with a total of 259.06 points—achieving a 90.45 score in the women's short program on Thursday and 168.61 in the free skate... Read more
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FILE PHOTO: Signage at a COVID-19 lateral flow test collection point informs that tests are unavailable, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Northwich, Britain, January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff January 16, 2022 (Reuters) – The United Kingdom is drawing up plans under which people will not be legally bound... Read more
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Mayor Eric Adams insisted Sunday that Big Apple subways are safe, arguing there is just a “perception of fear” — but try telling that to riders after Saturday’s fatal random subway push in Times Square. “New Yorkers are safe on the subway system,” said the mayor, a former NYPD... Read more
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Victims of the tragic Bronx fire were laid to rest in an emotional ceremony Sunday — with thousands of mourners filing past 15 caskets, including some no bigger than a carry-on suitcase. The heart-wrenching scene played out at the Islamic Cultural Center on East 166th Street, about two miles... Read more
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Tuck these ideas into your bag of tricks and you’ll have your home spick-and-span in no time. Clean Your Cabinets With Your Vacuum Use your vacuum’s brush attachment to pick up dust and crumbs inside. Outside, concentrate on the area around the hardware using a cloth dampened with warm water... Read more
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Former tennis star Chris Evert says she was diagnosed with an early stage of ovarian cancer. The 67-year-old Evert revealed the illness in a story posted Friday on ESPN.com; she is an on-air announcer for ESPN. She learned of the cancer last month and began chemotherapy treatments this week. “I’ve... Read more
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Businessman Mike Lindell says that bankers want to give him the cold shoulder over his political activities, but vowed he will not make life easy for them.Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, appeared Friday on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast. During his appearance, he named two banks he said are trying... Read more
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Troy Aikman would rather be in Dallas. Late into Sunday’s wild-card playoff game between the Buccaneers and Eagles, which Aikman and Joe Buck were broadcasting, Buck did a promo for the 49ers-Cowboys game that kicked off around 4:40. Normally such a matchup would be on Fox, which has the... Read more
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The appearance of a sex toy wasn’t the only surprise during Buffalo’s playoff game on Saturday night. Veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who sat out most of the season with the Washington Football Team because of a hip injury, watched the Bills steamroll the Patriots in frigid Buffalo, where he played... Read more
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Joe B. Hall, who played one season of college basketball at Kentucky and later succeeded the legendary Adolph Rupp as head coach, died Saturday. He was 93. The university announced his passing on the basketball program's Twitter account. No cause of death was announced. "It is with great sadness we... Read more
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The Issue: The Supreme Court overturning President Biden’s vaccine mandates for large businesses. In the coming months, thousands of American citizens will join almost a million other Americans who lost their lives to COVID-19 (“Biden ‘shot’ down,” Jan. 14). We expect President Biden to do everything he can to... Read more
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“And Just Like That…” Kyle MacLachlan is a catwalk model. The “Sex and the City” actor – known for his portrayal of Trey MacDougal in the iconic HBO series – stormed the Prada runway in Milan, Italy, over the weekend, and absolutely nailed it. MacLachlan, 62, looked like a total pro... Read more
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January 16, 2022 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden will meet virtually on Friday with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida discuss the two nations’ economies, security matters, climate change and other bilateral issues, the White House announced on Sunday. “The meeting will highlight the strength of the U.S.-Japan... Read more
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January 16, 2022 By Praveen Menon WELLINGTON (Reuters) – Pacific nations and aid agencies began coordinating relief efforts in Tonga on Monday after a tsunami triggered by a massive volcanic eruption rocked the tiny island nation, causing significant damage. An underwater volcano off Tonga erupted on Saturday, triggering a tsunami... Read more
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Airlines canceled over 2,700 U.S. flights on Sunday as a winter storm combining high winds and ice was poised to hit the U.S. East Coast over the holiday weekend. The flights canceled by 12:30 p.m. ET on Sunday included over 2,700 entering, departing from, or within the United States, according... Read more
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FBI Identifies Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker -- Malik Faisal Akram from Great Britain - Facebook Muslim Community Mourns His Death Tap here to add The Western Journal to your home screen. ... Read more
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