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A bicyclist is clinging to life after being struck by a car in Queens early Wednesday morning, cops said. The unidentified cyclist was struck soon after 1 a.m. on Woodhaven Boulevard near the intersection of Jamaica Avenue in Woodhaven, police said. The cyclist was rushed to Jamaica Hospital in critical condition, authorities said. The driver...
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Spiritual guru and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson clarified on Twitter Tuesday that she is not “a cult leader” and claimed she does not question vaccine science. The 66-year-old self-help book author made the statement about a month after she first had to clarify her stance on vaccinations in the US. “I am not...
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A family of Honduran immigrants living in Oklahoma City were shot by teens with BB guns on Monday, but they didn’t report the incident to police because of their undocumented status, according to a report. Three teens chased the family — a father, his two sons and 6-year-old daughter — into the backyard of a...
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MINNEAPOLIS — Welcome to Arena Baseball, where no lead is secure and protective netting is needed to keep fans safe while seated in fair territory. After scoring five runs in the eighth to take a one-run lead, the Yankees watched Zack Britton give up a two-run homer to Miguel Sano in the home half of...
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — There she is. Here she isn’t. Miss America is leaving Atlantic City for the second time, trading one casino town for another in a move that caps a whirlwind of change at the nearly century-old pageant. This year’s pageant will be held at the Mohegan Sun Connecticut in Uncasville, Connecticut, the...
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TOKYO — Gold, silver, and bronze Olympic medals were to get their first public viewing on Wednesday as Tokyo organizers marked exactly a year until the games open. Fans, sponsors and politicians were celebrating the day around the Japanese capital, displaying placards and clocks showing 365 days to go until the opening ceremony on July...
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The command was pinpoint. The breaks were sharp. The radar gun expressed no concern. Zack Wheeler threw 30 pitches Tuesday afternoon, and walked off the Citi Field mound, ready to return from the shoulder impingement that has kept the right-hander out since July 7. Wheeler’s next trip to the mound could mark his final appearance...
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Seventeen climate change protesters were reportedly arrested Tuesday night in a demonstration where members of their activist group superglued themselves to an underground entrance of the US Capitol. At least 16 environmentalists from Extinction Rebellion staged the sticky demonstration, where they affixed themselves to subway entrance doorways between House office buildings and the Capitol, according...
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If the Mets are looking to shop Jason Vargas, now might be the best time. Through six innings against the Padres on Tuesday, Vargas allowed just one hit and recorded eight strikeouts, three of which came against Fernando Tatis Jr., Pete Alonso’s closest competitor for NL rookie of the year honors. Vargas threw 99 pitches...
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A Seattle man was arrested over the weekend and accused of throwing coffee on a baby — just two days after he’d been released from jail after serving eight months for randomly punching a man. Q13 Fox reported that the suspect, Francisco Calderon, has been convicted more than 70 times, and 14 of those convictions...

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