Daily News design and layout now all done in Chicago

The Daily News, New York’s so-called “hometown paper,” is now doing all its design and layout work in Chicago. The long-feared change began Wednesday and our sources say the journalists and editors who still work out of offices in downtown Manhattan are upset over the way their paper looks. The change is part of a savage cost-cutting plan by parent […]

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The agony of the British girls being forced illegally into marriage

There’s been 3,000 cases reported but just THREE convictions: The agony of the British girls being forced illegally into marriage — because the authorities are terrified of causing offence  More than 3,500 reports of forced marriage were made between 2014 and 2016 But just two cases have resulted in successful prosecutions against offenders  Many professionals are too worried about being branded racist […]

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Inspector general’s report highlights Comey’s biggest mistake

Michael Horowitz’s report on the Clinton e-mail investigation is chock full of “whoa” moments, but it’s best to keep in mind that his goal as Justice Department inspector general is to try to re-establish standards for both Justice and the FBI — not to actually say whether the Clinton probe was done properly. Ex-FBI chief Jim Comey writes in The […]

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Bill Clinton’s new book has a huge week of sales

“The President Is Missing,” by Bill Clinton and James Patterson, sold 152,000 copies in hardcover its first week on sale. The tracking service NPD Bookscan said that qualified for the biggest first-week sale, year to date NPD Bookscan is estimated to track about 80 percent of the book retail market. The Clinton/Patterson book, co-published by Alfred A. Knopf (part of […]

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New York should pass a sports-betting law immediately

It has been just a few short weeks since the US Supreme Court overturned the federal law that had prohibited states from legalizing sports betting. And states like Delaware, New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia have already moved toward legalization. New York shouldn’t get left behind. Five years ago, state legislators moved to enact a sports-betting law that would’ve allowed […]

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Gator grabs bloody carcass in middle of deserted highway

Dinner time! Nine-foot alligator is caught on camera dragging a bloody carcass along a deserted highway Video shows large alligator on rural roadway in South Carolina last weekend Daniel Martin and his son were driving on a camping trip They were forced to stop their car when they noticed a big gator crawl on road  A nine-foot-long alligator was filmed […]

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