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Cristiano Ronaldo slashes Trump Tower condo ask by $10.75M after backlash

Cristiano Ronaldo is willing to take a massive $10.75 million loss on his New York City Trump Tower condo following backlash, The Post can report. The Portuguese soccer star, 36, first purchased the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom unit at 721 Fifth Avenue in 2015 for a whopping $18.5 million — before Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.
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Wild video shows teen beaten, robbed of his sneakers inside Bronx deli

A 17-year-old boy was beaten and robbed of his sneakers by a pair of punks inside of a Bronx deli on Sunday afternoon, police said. The caught-on-video attack that sent the teen to the hospital occurred inside the store on Decatur Avenue near East 195th Street in the Jerome Park neighborhood at about 3 p.m., according to cops.
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Thief steals $900 Cuban links chain from 4-year old in NYC

A robber snatched a $900 Cuban link gold necklace from a 4-year-old kid in Washington Heights on Saturday, sources said. The victim ran ahead of his grandmother in a building on West 184th Street around noon when he was robbed, according to law enforcement sources. The thief was last seen...

Sturgeon Spotted Along Hoboken Waterfront

Last week, Hoboken residents spotted something fishy while walking along the Hudson. A large scaly creature broke the surface of the river, sunning itself close to shore just long enough for interested locals to snap a shot. When the picture was reposted to Hoboken Girl’s Instagram, people jokingly guessed that the animal could be anything from a lost alligator to a river monster. After a more serious review, it was determined that the photo likely captured the endangered Atlantic Sturgeon. Here’s what we know about the species, and what this sighting might mean for the Hudson River ecosystem.
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Woman charged with stabbing man to death at his N.J. home, police say

A woman was charged with stabbing a man to death Saturday at his Newark home after the pair fought, authorities said. Latysha Simmons, 29, of Newark was charged with murder and weapons-related offenses, the Newark Police and Essex County Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday night in a joint statement. Simmons allegedly...

NY’s least vaccinated areas include 6 Brooklyn zip codes

Seven of the state’s 25 zip codes with the lowest rates of coronavirus vaccinations are located in New York City — and six of them are in Brooklyn, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday. Williamsburg has the lowest portion of people inoculated against COVID-19 in the city, with a dismal rate...
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Wayne man indicted in fatal Paterson crash

A Wayne man has been indicted for his role in a fatal Paterson crash, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office. Asante Cugliari, 23-year-old, was indicted by a Passaic County grand jury on two counts of death by auto, and strict liability vehicular homicide. On August 9, 2020, Cugliari rammed...
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Video of N.J. cop confessing to wife’s killing played in court

Videos of a Newark police officer confessing to killing his wife were played in court on Monday as the defense sought to have them barred at trial. Lt. John Formisano, 51, appeared in Superior Court in Morris County Monday morning for the multi-hour hearing. Police dash cam footage of his arrest and a video of him being interrogated the night he allegedly murdered his estranged wife, Christie Solaro-Formisano, and injured her boyfriend, were played at the hearing.