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Aujourd’hui — 19 février 2020New York Post

Kyrie Irving’s shoulder flaring up again as Nets concern grows

The shoulder injury that cost Kyrie Irving two months has flared up again, potentially putting the rest of his season in question. Irving wasn’t with the Nets for their first post-All-Star break practice, instead seeing another specialist. It’s a given he won’t play Thursday in Philadelphia. The question is whether he’ll play the remainder of...

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Illinois GOP leader blasts ‘very disappointing’ Blagojevich commutation

Par : Aaron Feis
The leader of Illinois’ House Republicans blasted the commutation of former governor Rod Blagojevich’s corruption sentence by President Trump on Tuesday. “This action distracts and also dilutes what I think is the proper role of the Department of Justice: to root out corruption,” said Rep. Jim Durkin, Illinois’ House Minority Leader, in a fiery press...


Bernie Kerik details the Trump pardon phone call that changed his life

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik revealed to The Post on Tuesday how he first learned that President Trump was issuing him a pardon for his felony conviction. Kerik, 64, said he had no idea he was going to be pardoned until he got a call from the president on his cellphone at 11:57 a.m. “Right...

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Jane Austen screen adaptations over the years — even with zombies

Given the sheer volume of Jane Austen-inspired movies and TV series over the years, it can be startling to remember that the early 19th-century British scribe only wrote six major works, all of which turned an incisive and often satirical eye on the traditions of the upper class. Though “Pride and Prejudice” remains her best-known...

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1995's "Pride and Prejudice."

1995's "Sense and Sensibility."

1995's "Clueless."

1996's "Emma."

2005's "Pride and Prejudice."

2016's "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies."

NYPD hiring team of psychologists to combat spike in cop suicides

The NYPD is forming a new team of psychologists to combat mental-health issues among its ranks — following a spate of cop suicides last year. The department announced Tuesday it has hired a head psychologist who will oversee a team of five other mental health experts — one for each borough, a police spokeswoman said....

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Prospect Park tower shadows would have ‘significant adverse impact’ on Botanic Gardens

A pair of 39-story apartment towers proposed for the Prospect Park area could spell doom for the flowers at the nearby Brooklyn Botanic Garden thanks to their massive shadows, a newly revealed Parks Department memo determined. Two months after the memo was sent, however, Mayor Bill de Blasio seemed to downplay concerns that the flora...


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Snake orgy forces Florida officials to close section of park

Snakes may be cold-blooded but it doesn’t mean they don’t like getting hot and heavy. The city of Lakeland, Florida was forced to close off a section of parkland to make room for a snake orgy. The Lakeland Parks and Recreation Department sectioned off an area of land near Lake Hollingsworth this week after receiving...


Rob Manfred apologizes for ‘disrespectful’ World Series trophy comment

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred apologized Tuesday after he called the World Series trophy “a piece of metal,” as part of his defense for not stripping the Houston Astros of their 2017 World Series title. “In an effort to make a rhetorical point I referred to the World Series trophy in a disrespectful way. … It...

Heated LeBron James goes off on Astros’ cheating scandal

Baseball stars aren’t the only ones fuming about the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. “Listen I know I don’t play baseball but I am in Sports and I know if someone cheated me out of winning the title and I found out about it I would be (expletive) irate,” Lakers superstar LeBron James tweeted Tuesday in...

8-year-old boy’s reaction to getting adopted will melt your heart

It’s all about love for one special boy. Nike Garza, who spent half his life in foster care, has finally found his forever family — and enjoyed a huge celebration with 300 well-wishers to let him know how much he’s loved. The overjoyed second-grader was fêted by loved ones last week when his adoption was...


Italian town is so desperate for residents it will pay their rent

The idyllic village of Teora lies at the base of Mount Cresta del Gallo in southern Italy, a short driving distance to the pastel-colored fishing villages of the Amalfi coast and the charming hill towns of Puglia. And its government will pay you to live there. Following the recent trend in Italian communities to sell...

Cuomo shifting worker salaries offline amid budget crunch

In the face of a  projected $6 billion deficit, Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to shift millions of dollars in salaries from the government payroll to the capital budget — thus giving the appearance he’s lowering operating costs, critics charge. A prime example is Cuomo’s bid to transfer employee salaries from the Department of Environmental Conservation...


Greg Olsen puts off TV career to join Seahawks

Greg Olsen’s TV career is back on hold. The former Carolina Panthers tight end is signing a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks for a reported $7 million, including $5.5 million guaranteed. After parting ways with Carolina — Olsen later disputed the team characterizing it as a “mutual” agreement — the 34-year-old visited with the...

‘Emma.’ movie review: Anya Taylor-Joy is an Austen heroine to remember

All Jane Austen’s heroines are clever, but Anya Taylor-Joy brings an unusually sharp edge to her rendition of Emma Woodhouse in “Emma.” Maybe it’s the lingering influence of Taylor-Joy’s sociopathic character in 2017’s underrated “Thoroughbreds.” At any rate, she’s the standout in this likable adaptation. It’s notable that this version’s title is adorned with a...

Mia Goth and Anya Taylor-Joy in "Emma."

‘Year of the Rabbit’ completes Matt Berry’s TV hat trick

English actor/comedian Matt Berry adds a third current series to his American TV resume with “Year of the Rabbit,” premiering Wednesday (10:30 p.m.) on IFC and already renewed for a second season. The six-episode police comedy, set in 1887 Victorian-era London, features Berry as hard-drinking, mutton-chopped Detective Inspector Eli Rabbit, he of the missing eyebrow...

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Berry in "Year of the Rabbit."

Chirlane McCray launches city-funded ThriveNYC podcast

Her son, recent college graduate Dante de Blasio, was her first guest for the 30-minute show, "Thrive with Chirlane McCray."


Coney Island boardwalk shop owner who fought to block condos facing eviction

A popular Coney Island T-shirt peddler who helped save the neighborhood’s fabled boardwalk from luxury condos a decade ago was facing eviction Tuesday after refusing a massive rent hike — but vowed not to close her shop “without a fight.” “It’s totally unfair, and we will be taking legal action,” said Dianna Carlin — whose...

Harvey Weinstein jury ends first day of deliberations without verdict

The panel will start mulling Weinstein's guilt or innocence again starting at 9 a.m. Wednesday.

The Astros’ clubhouse is in shambles

The Astros locker room appears messier than those infamous trash cans. “It’s a (expletive) mess,” an unnamed player told MLB Network of the clubhouse on Tuesday, as the team remains mired in one of the darkest cheating scandals to hit baseball. Count this “mess” as an unofficial punishment for Astros players, who were granted immunity...

De Blasio to eliminate Trump-run skating rink in northern Central Park

The de Blasio administration is planning to eliminate one of two ice skating rinks run by the Trump Organization in the northern part of Central Park, despite strong public opposition. Over 4,000 people have signed a petition decrying a $150 million plan to refurbish Lasker Rink and Pool near W. 106th Street, saying that it...

Ariana Madix’s skin cancer diagnosis was prolonged by lack of health insurance

“The idea of, ‘Oh, go get something checked [with a specialist]’ was not something that I could have shelled out a couple hundred bucks on."


Pompeo rips group of Democrats for meeting with Iranian foreign minister

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ripped a group of democrats Tuesday for privately meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif during a weekend conference in Germany. Pompeo told reporters during a tour of Africa that he worried the meeting could undermine foreign strategy with Iran and Zarif, who has been designated for sanctions by the...

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Dozens of new women accuse fashion exec Peter Nygard of sexual abuse

"We have received information from over 100 witnesses, including dozens of victims, who have come forward with additional evidence relating to alleged rape and sexual abuse," lawyers for the plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit claimed on Tuesday

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Trump’s impressive Latino support and other commentary

Liberal: Trump’s Impressive Latino Support “Donald Trump has done almost everything he can to anger Latino voters,” Kristian Ramos opines at The Atlantic — yet the president’s support among Latinos hasn’t fallen but rose to 30 percent, up from 28 percent four years ago. While that number “may not seem high,” it should worry Democrats:...

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Britney Spears hospitalized after breaking her foot dancing

Her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, posted the news on Tuesday.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg rocks sparkly heels, wins Martha Stewart’s approval

That's what we call supreme style.

Another haute heel look from RBG during an interview with author Jeffrey Rosen in 2019.

Drew Carey ‘overcome with grief’ after death of ex-fiancée Amie Harwick

The "Price is Right" host paid tribute to 38-year-old Beverly Hills therapist Amie Harwick, who was fatally attacked early Saturday at her Hollywood Hills home.

Trump claims to know identity of ‘Anonymous’ author of White House tell-all

Par : Aaron Feis
President Trump claimed on Tuesday to know the identity of the anonymous White House insider who penned a blistering tell-all about the administration — but refused to divulge the name. “I know who it is,” Trump told reporters shortly before boarding Air Force One, bound from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland to California. But pressed...

Ja’net DuBois, star of ‘Good Times,’ dead at 74

She also sang "Movin' on Up," the theme song for "The Jeffersons."

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Ja'net DuBois and Janet Jackson on "Good Times."

Ralph Carter, Ja'Net DuBois, Jimmie Walker, BernNadette Stanis and Johnny Brown on Feb. 1.