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NY Daily News: National

3 Keys to Giants winning second in row for first time since 2016 when they meet Bucs Sunday

3 Keys to Giants winning second in row for first time since 2016 when they meet Bucs Sunday

The Giants are hopeful and hungry for their first home win in five tries at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. A victory would give them back-to-back wins for the first time since … “What, 2016?” Landon
Matthews: With Yankees taking aim at top free agents, I talked to greatest free agent of all time: Reggie Jackson

Matthews: With Yankees taking aim at top free agents, I talked to greatest free agent of all time: Reggie Jackson

As the Yankees head into what is likely to be a tumultuous free-agent shopping season, with not one but two players expected to shatter the standard established by Giancarlo Stanton’s 13-year, $325
Jazz great 'Sweet Papa’ Lou Donaldson’s has sports memories to treasure

Jazz great 'Sweet Papa’ Lou Donaldson’s has sports memories to treasure

He remembers it just like it was yesterday. “Sweet Papa” Lou Donaldson, 92 years young, was talking about being a witness to one of sports’ most iconic moments. “Usually I stood on the viaduct
How the Postal Service's Informed Delivery can either help you or help scammers steal your identity

How the Postal Service's Informed Delivery can either help you or help scammers steal your identity

These thieves have mail-icious intent. A new Postal Service feature that’s designed to let consumers monitor their incoming mail is making it easier for crooks to steal their identity. Called Informed
Nix this bad Bronx jail plan: Mayor de Blasio is threatening the progress of Mott Haven because it's politically easy

Nix this bad Bronx jail plan: Mayor de Blasio is threatening the progress of Mott Haven because it's politically easy

When Mayor de Blasio announced that the city was planning on closing the Rikers Island jail facility in 10 years, he declared that it would be replaced by “a correctional system that is smaller, safer
Man bites watchdog: Just because de Blasio could fire his investigations commissioner doesn't mean he should have

Man bites watchdog: Just because de Blasio could fire his investigations commissioner doesn't mean he should have

Mayor de Blasio had his talking points in order when he moved to fire Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark Peters Friday. But he lacked a convincing case for sacking the watchdog who —
Up in vapor: The FDA attacks youth e-cigarette smoking, but not enough

Up in vapor: The FDA attacks youth e-cigarette smoking, but not enough

Good for the Food and Drug Administration for beginning to wake up to the plague of vaping addiction at a time when millions of teenagers are getting hooked, often for life, on a new generation of
Snow job: Why the chaos happened Thursday night

Snow job: Why the chaos happened Thursday night

We here don’t think much of Mayor de Blasio’s management skills (see above). But the gridlock on city streets as a snowstorm hit Thursday night was — brace for it — not his fault. Here’s what
Readers sound off on military service, Amazon and Melania Trump

Readers sound off on military service, Amazon and Melania Trump

The uniform binds all vets together Asbury, N.J.: While I thank Barbara Chin for her father’s service to our country, and the sacrifices he made during and after the war, I began to ponder the
Man busted in crazed Brooklyn cop beat down, say police

Man busted in crazed Brooklyn cop beat down, say police

A man was busted Friday in the unhinged beat-down of an off-duty rookie cop in Brooklyn, police said. Aleksejs Saveljev, 32, of Manhattan Beach, faces multiple counts of assault in the unprovoked Nov.
Daily Horoscope: November 17, 2018

Daily Horoscope: November 17, 2018

Via Tarot Astrologers General Horoscope for November 17, 2018 The harder we swim, the faster the tides pull on us in the opposite direction. It may appear as if our plans are falling apart, but
Fire deaths rise to 71 ahead of Trump's California visit

Fire deaths rise to 71 ahead of Trump's California visit

With the confirmed death toll at 71 and the list of unaccounted for people more than 1,000, authorities in Northern California on Friday searched for those who perished and those who survived the
Off-duty NYPD cop busted for DWI, hit and run: police

Off-duty NYPD cop busted for DWI, hit and run: police

An off-duty NYPD cop was busted for drunken driving early Friday after she plowed into a pedestrian and tried to leave the scene, police said. Officer Samantha Medina hit a man in Greenwich Village
Seattle Storm legend Sue Bird joins Nuggets front office as Basketball Operation Associate

Seattle Storm legend Sue Bird joins Nuggets front office as Basketball Operation Associate

The Nuggets have added a Sue-perior baseketball mind to their front office. Denver announced Friday that it has brought WNBA legend Sue Bird into the franchise as a Basketball Operation Associate,
Cops bust fugitive in home invasion sex assault at retired police lieutenant's Brooklyn home

Cops bust fugitive in home invasion sex assault at retired police lieutenant's Brooklyn home

Cops have arrested the third suspect in a brutal home invasion robbery and sex assault at a retired NYPD lieutenant’s Brooklyn house last month. The NYPD Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested Tyrique
El Chapo's drug cartel paid $6 million in bribes to current Mexico president Peña Nieto, defense lawyers claim

El Chapo's drug cartel paid $6 million in bribes to current Mexico president Peña Nieto, defense lawyers claim

A key witness at the trial of accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin (El Chapo) Guzman will testify that he paid $6 million in bribes to the country’s current president, lawyers said in Brooklyn Federal
U.S. intelligence agencies conclude Jamal Khashoggi's murder was ordered by Saudi Crown Prince: source

U.S. intelligence agencies conclude Jamal Khashoggi's murder was ordered by Saudi Crown Prince: source

WASHINGTON — U.S. intelligence officials have concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a U.S. official said Friday. The Saudi government
Judge affirms order evicting Michael Avenatti’s law practice from California office

Judge affirms order evicting Michael Avenatti’s law practice from California office

SANTA ANA, Calif. — Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, lost a last-ditch appeal Friday to block the eviction of his law practice from its Newport Beach offices. In a
Jeff Wilpon says an extension for Jacob deGrom is not the Mets' top priority right now

Jeff Wilpon says an extension for Jacob deGrom is not the Mets' top priority right now

Jeff Wilpon said that he spoke with Jacob deGrom Wednesday night, but he did not mention an extension during his conversation with the 2018 Cy Young Award winner. The Mets COO said Friday afternoon,
Nate Solder brings Patriots mentality to Giants locker room, and other notes as Big Blue preps for Bucs

Nate Solder brings Patriots mentality to Giants locker room, and other notes as Big Blue preps for Bucs

Giants left tackle Nate Solder had his best game of the season on Monday at San Francisco, and Solder will be critical to Sunday’s result against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing up mostly against