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Mets, Guardians Have Agreed To Outfielder Trade

The New York Mets acquired outfielder Daniel Johnson from the Cleveland Guardians on Wednesday. According to Newsday's Tim Healey, the Mets will send the 26-year-old to their Triple-A affiliate in Syracuse after acquiring him for cash considerations. Johnson is a career .202/.245/.337 hitter through 94 career MLB plate appearances, most...
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Nets Reportedly Make Decision On Kyrie Irving Contract

The Brooklyn Nets shocked the basketball world a few years ago when they were able to land both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant in free agency. After making a trade for James Harden, it looked like the Nets were set up for years of success. However, the 2021-22 season saw the Big 3 evaporate after the Nets were forced to trade a disgruntled Harden.
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Yankees Announce Decision On Giancarlo Stanton

New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton left Tuesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles due to calf tightness. On Wednesday, the team issued an update on his status. Stanton has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a right calf strain. The slugger underwent an MRI on his calf...
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Woman stabbed in leg in broad daylight in NYC, chilling video shows

A woman was stabbed Wednesday during a vicious broad-daylight attack in Manhattan that was captured on video. Footage obtained by The Post shows a man repeatedly plunging what appears to be a knife into the victim’s lower body at around 1 p.m. in front of 379 Eighth Ave. near West 29th St. in Chelsea, cops said. The woman then falls to the sidewalk in distress, as people walk around her, the chilling video shows. The victim was stabbed in the leg and rushed to Bellevue Hospital, cops said. Her condition wasn’t immediately available. The attacker, who was believed to be in his 20s, fled and was being sought by police. He was was wearing a black sweater, black sweatpants and a red head-covering. It wasn’t immediately clear if he knew the victim or what led up to the attack.
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NYC pastor explains how he became involved in subway shooting suspect’s surrender

The politically-connected Brooklyn pastor who said he helped broker the surrender of the man charged with killing Goldman Sachs employee Daniel Enriquez also claims he planned to hand-deliver the suspect to his pal, Mayor Eric Adams, who was supposed to be waiting at the police precinct. Bishop Lamor Whitehead explained the plan in a Wednesday night phone interview with The Post and said he did “what I needed to do” to “protect the community” from suspect Andrew Abdullah following the unprovoked Sunday shooting of Enriquez aboard a Q train in Manhattan. Abdullah was ultimately arrested Tuesday outside of the Manhattan Legal...
BROOKLYN, NY

Horrific video shows trio brutally beat woman, break her jaw in NYC attack

Shocking new video captures the moment a trio brutally beat a woman – breaking her jaw – during a dust-up in the Bronx.  The 37-year-old victim was arguing with a man at the northwest corner of Lydig Avenue and White Plains Road in Pelham Parkway around 9:15 p.m. May 18 when the squabble came to blows, cops said.  Footage released early Wednesday shows two men shoving the woman, sending her falling backwards onto the sidewalk.  All three repeatedly punched and kicked her – and one even dealt a single final kick in the face as the woman tried to sit up, the clip...
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CONEY ISLAND, Brooklyn (PIX11) — Police are searching for a suspect who fatally shot a Brooklyn man in the chest Wednesday. A 911 caller reported shots in front of a Stillwell Avenue business at about 4 p.m. When officers arrived, they found 22-year-old Rasard Deas with a gunshot wound to his chest. EMS transported him […]
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Elderly patient dies after falling three stories from New Jersey hospital window

An elderly patient died after he fell three stories from a hospital in New Jersey, officials said. The 72-year-old man, who has not yet been identified, was found unresponsive on the ground outside of the Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville around 6:15 a.m. this morning, police told NJ.com. He was pronounced dead at the scene, cops said. Upon arrival, “Officers observed several bedsheets and blankets tied together forming a makeshift rope coming from a third-floor window,” Belleville Detective Lt. John McAloon told the outlet. The patient had been hospitalized for around six months. Police said he fell from a floor that was designated for long-term care but it’s not clear why he was admitted. He was under no special supervision or orders that would have stopped him from walking out of the front doors of the hospital whenever he wanted.
BELLEVILLE, NJ

NYC real estate pros accused of voucher rental discrimination

NEW YORK -- A new lawsuit alleges renters with government-issued vouchers are being discriminated against.More than 100 real estate professionals were named, accused of denying low-income New Yorkers access to a home, CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reported Wednesday.During the fist quarter of this year, the median rent in Manhattan alone reached a record high of nearly $3,700 a month, according to StreetEasy."I've searched for an apartment with a voucher for roughly three years. During those three years, I was homeless," Charisma White said.FLASHBACK: Exclusive: Housing Advocates' Report Details Alleged Discrimination Against New Yorkers With Rental Assistance  Getting an apartment with a government-issued...
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The Giants might have a dynamic run-blocking duo on the right side of the line

The New York Giants rebuilt their offensive line this offseason. After years of misery upfront, new general manager Joe Schoen made it a point of emphasis to acquire offensive line talent. Schoen added a number of backup linemen in free agency while also making a couple of big-moves to add starters. The Giants signed veteran Mark Glowinski in free agency to a three-year deal to be the team’s starting right guard. They also made a splash in the first round of the draft when they selected Alabama right tackle Evan Neal with the seventh overall pick. The two of these linemen will combine on the right side to form a dynamic run-blocking duo.
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NJ Woman Accused of Hate-Fueled Nail Salon Attack on 13- and 15-Year-Old Boys

A 59-year-old New Jersey woman has been arrested on bias intimidation and child endangerment charges in a nail salon attack on two teenage boys who were wearing hijabs, the Passaic County prosecutor's office announced Thursday. Nancy Jones is also accused of simple assault, harassment and petty disorderly person offenses in...
CLIFTON, NJ

Apparent police-involved shooting in Jersey City

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- An apparent police-involved shooting is under investigation in Jersey City. It happened around 11:50 p.m. Tuesday at Communipaw Avenue and West Side Avenue near a BP gas station. A witness said police officers fired on a man and woman who were walking across the street. The Hudson County prosecutor is referring questions about the shooting to the New Jersey attorney general's office. 
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Bronx dad ‘tried to cover’ son when robber pulled a gun

CONCOURSE VILLAGE, the Bronx (PIX11) — A 4-year-old boy was back at school on Wednesday just days after a man pointed a gun at the child and his dad during a Bronx robbery. The pair had just gotten home from a Yankees game, police said. It’s their favorite team and they’d watched the Yanks lose […]
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