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Syrians, ever abandoned as carnage continues

The ever-living shame of President Obama’s foreign policy is his failure over many years to confront, or rally the world to confront, the humanitarian disaster in Syria.

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Grubhub’s newest initiative aims to promote women-led restaurants

Grubhub has announced a new initiative dedicated to supporting women-led restaurants nationwide called RestaurantHER. The much-loved food delivery app has pledged to contribute $1 (up to $1 million) for every person... Read more »

New data raises doubt on NYPD’s claim that 911 gripes lead to pot arrests amid racial gap criticism

The NYPD says its pot arrests are driven by neighborhood complaints — but newly released data shows cops might be blowing smoke.

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Dean Skelos, son accuse Preet Bharara, federal prosecutors of leaking sealed info

The feds improperly divulged information on grand jury proceedings related to the investigation of disgraced ex-pol Dean Skelos and his son, the father and son allege in new court papers.

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‘Game Night’ review: frantic fun with Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams 

"Game Night" could be a real winner — if it were just 10 minutes shorter.

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Fantasy Golf: Making picks for the WGC-Mexico Championship

Daily Fantasy Sports are where it's at and covers them all. For all your Fantasy Golf and Fantasy Basketball needs, check out the pages of... Read more »

First Drive: The 2018 Buick Regal GS surprises with power, practicality, and poise

Is it even a question anymore that Buick is the brand with the most product freedom in the entire General Motors portfolio? Emboldened by enormous overseas sales, and without the flagship pressure... Read more »

Let everyone ride the subway

Monday morning in Manhattan state Supreme Court Justice Shlomo Hagler’s courtroom, lawyers for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Transit Authority and the City of New York will argue that the MTA/TA (the... Read more »

Fresh herbs are grosser than you think

The Food and Drug Administration shocked us all on February 23 by revealing details on just how many bacteria are hiding in fresh, store-bought herbs. The agency plans to... Read more »

Younger sister found body of rookie cop who killed herself in Brooklyn home

A young cop's family went about the grim business of planning her funeral Tuesday, just a day after the rookie cop apparently killed herself in her Brooklyn home.

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