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Sand, sun and sharks in Memorial Day forecast with 4 great whites spotted in NY, NJ waters

Sand, surf and sharks are in the Memorial Day Weekend forecast this year.

Humpback whale nearly crashes into boat: 'Scare the hell out of me'

The woman who took the video told The Post that the gigantic mammal touched their boat.

Trump lawyers push back at E. Jean Carroll's changes to pending defamation suit

E. Jean Carroll should be barred from changing her open defamation suit against Donald Trump, his lawyers argued.

Outraged NY parent advocates demand Albany pass a 'Miranda rights' bill for child protective services

Proposed state legislation would require child welfare officials statewide to inform families of their legal rights before pressuring them to cooperate in the investigative process

NYC Council’s Italian-American caucus files ethics complaint against Dem Councilman contractor remark

Councilman Chi Ossé erupted during a budget council hearing after he made a comment about Brooklyn-based Dragonetti Brothers Landscaping, a city contractor convicted of insurance fraud.

Brad Lander calls for tax hikes on NYC top income earners -- but Eric Adams disagrees on proposal

In an eyebrow-raising report released this week, the lefty City Comptroller Brad Lander set forth a string of proposals to raise $1 billion dollars a year in revenue for the...

Celebrate 100 years of NYC pop culture, from 'Sex and the City' to 'Sesame Street'

More than 400 objects from TV, film, music, theater, literature and fashion — capturing creative energy inspired by the Big Apple — are on display in an all-encompassing exhibit.

Two men shot in broad-daylight attack in Brooklyn: cops

One of the men was grazed in the left side of the face and the other was shot in the right leg in front of 12 Newkirk Plaza in Ditmas...

Mayor Adams appoints ex-Cuomo official Ana Almanzar as strategic initiatives deputy mayor

Ana Almanzar, who worked as the chief of staff in Cuomo's nonprofit unit between 2014 to 2020, was officially tapped as one of Adams' top deputies at a City Hall...

LI man charged in fatal stabbing of alleged car wheel thief

Mejia was arrested around 8 a.m. Thursday, following a “thorough investigation,” with NYPD assistance, Nassau cops said.

Woman pummeled on subway after being ordered to 'look somewhere else'

The man then ran off and is still at large, while the victim was taken to the hospital.

4-month-old girl from migrant family at NYC hotel dies: cops

The infant was found not breathing when the NYPD responded to a call for an unconscious child inside the Stewart Hotel on Seventh Avenue near West 31st Street – used...

'Sperminator' with 'superior' genetic material running for NYC Council to 'fight corruption' for the dozen kids he's fathered

"As a parent, it’s my responsibility to fight for my kids,” Rinaldi told The Post.

NY lawmaker calls on ATF to send more agents to Long Island to combat illegal guns

“It is my understanding that there is a significant disparity between the number of ATF officers on Long Island and those in New York City."

NY adventure park owner pleads guilty in $3M COVID loan fraud, used money to buy Nantucket home

“I am deeply remorseful for my conduct.”

Ex-prof freed by judge in Post machete threat — then dines at fast food joint

About a half-dozen supporters attended the brief hearing and one even clapped after a judge released Rodriguez on her own recognizance.

Large bear lumbers into Connecticut bakery, feasts on 60 cupcakes

Video shows the bear at one point carrying out a box of cupcakes and then feasting on about 60 of them just outside the garage.

Parks Dept. rapped awarding $40 million to crooked contractor

The city Parks Department has come under fire for awarding $40 million in tree service contracts to a firm convicted of insurance fraud.

CUNY's hiring process under scrutiny after arrest of 'radical' ex-prof who attacked Post reporter

“This is so beyond, beyond,” former CUNY trustee Jeffrey Wiesenfeld told The Post on Thursday, adding “there should be an inquiry of this professors’ hiring.”

Notorious NJ party town bans 'mere existence of any kind of alcohol' from beach, boardwalk

A popular Jersey Shore city says it’s getting serious about cracking down on a booze ban on its beaches and boardwalks this year as the summer season kicks off this...