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Rep. Malliotakis: Biden has turned over our border to the cartels

2021-04-10 16:48:59| New York Post Online Edition: News

A furious Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis blasted President Biden for causing the “inhumane and horrible” border crisis after traveling to Texas for a first-hand look. “President Biden has turned over our border to the cartels,” the Republican from Staten Island told The Post after a Friday visit to the Rio Grande Valley with a group of...

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Possible SpaceX debris washes ashore in Oregon

2021-04-10 15:25:42| New York Post Online Edition: News

It’s an unidentified floating object. Officials in Oregon are trying to determine if debris that washed ashore Friday afternoon belonged to a SpaceX rocket. More than 100 SpaceX rockets have been shot into orbit since 2010. The alleged space junk, a large black cylindrical tube, washed up along Alsea Bay in Lincoln County and was...

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From $248 to $622K: NFL players to bring in a wide range of bonuses

2021-04-10 15:09:52| ESPN.com

Alex Cappa, a 2018 third-round pick as a guard, received one of the biggest pay bumps after a Super Bowl season with the Buccaneers.

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NFL draft prospect Amari Rodgers' best teacher might be his famous dad

2021-04-10 15:09:52| ESPN.com

Rodgers has one big advantage over other prospects -- his QB-turned-coach dad.

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Inside Williston, ND, where men work hard, make bank and get into trouble

2021-04-10 14:35:02| New York Post Online Edition: News

In May 2013, Michael Patrick F. Smith moved to Williston, North Dakota, to find a job in the oil fields.  On his first night in town, he went to a bar called DKs Lounge, where he was introduced to something he calls the Williston Hello.  All his conversations with the men there could be boiled...

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How Ronald Reagans wife Nancy let her astrologer control the presidency

2021-04-10 14:23:01| New York Post Online Edition: News

Days after a bullet pierced the body of President Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1981, his distraught wife Nancy got a call from longtime Hollywood friend Merv Griffin.  The TV host told the first lady that star charts drawn by San Francisco astrologer Joan Quigley, a mutual acquaintance, had pinpointed March 30 as a dangerous...

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Supreme Court stops California from limiting at-home worship

2021-04-10 10:09:11| New York Post Online Edition: News

WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court is telling California that it cant enforce coronavirus-related restrictions that have limited home-based religious worship including Bible studies and prayer meetings. The order from the court late Friday is the latest in a recent string of cases in which the high court has barred officials from enforcing some coronavirus-related restrictions applying...

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Georgia site is fourth in US to pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine

2021-04-10 09:41:28| New York Post Online Edition: News

A coronavirus vaccine site in Georgia became the fourth US location this week to pause its administration of the Johnson & Johnson jab after concerns over possible adverse reactions, a report said. Eight people experienced lightheadedness after getting the shot Wednesday at the Cumming Fairgrounds, though health officials believe that could have simply been caused...

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A blanket on his lap, the sun on his face, the Queen at his side: last days of Prince Philip

2021-04-10 08:53:17| New York Post Online Edition: News

Prince Philip spent much his final days sleeping, according to a new report — but in his best waking hours, he soaked in the sun with a blanket on his lap and Queen Elizabeth at his side, according to a new report. And she was at his bedside when his end came at Windsor Castle...

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Baby fatally shot by 3-year-old brother in Houston apartment

2021-04-10 07:52:32| New York Post Online Edition: News

An 8-month-old baby was fatally shot Friday by his 3-year-old brother after the toddler somehow got ahold of a loaded gun inside their Houston apartment, a report said. Four adults were inside the home at the Waterford Grove apartment complex when the shooting occurred, Click2Houston reported, citing police. Instead of calling authorities, two of the...

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