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Man taken to hospital after stabbing at Ashbridges Bay Park
TORONTO -- A man was seriously wounded after being stabbed at Ashbridges Bay Park Saturday evening.
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Toronto teacher charged in child pornography investigation
Police believe there may be other victims.
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Ontario to resume in-vehicle road tests on Monday | CBC News
Ontarians who have been waiting to book an in-vehicle driving test will be able to do so starting next week.
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Blue Jays bounce back to even series with blowout win over Red Sox | CBC Sports
Marcus Semien hit a two-run homer - one of three longballs by Toronto in the fifth inning - to extend his club-record road hitting streak to 25 games, and the Blue Jays rebounded from a tough loss to beat the Boston Red Sox 7-2 on Saturday.
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Ontario could see 'tsunami' of recovered COVID-19 patients with long-term symptoms: experts | CBC News
There's a growing waiting list of patients who need treatment for long-term symptoms after recovery from COVID-19, according to physicians and researchers.
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'We want to feel safe, we want to feel loved'; Muslim community mourns as Afzaal Family buried
LONDON, ONT. -- As the procession left O'Neil Funeral Home Saturday afternoon, Londoners were there, wearing purple ribbons, and putting their hands over their hearts.
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Maya Wiley once defended prison guards charged with brutality, racism
Progressive mayoral candidate Maya Wiley wants to defund the police to help end racial discrimination, but she cut her teeth as a federal prosecutor defending correction officers accused of brutality and racism, according to The Post's review of her government cases.
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Has New York Hit a Progressive Plateau? The Mayor's Race Is a Key Test.
Concerns about crime are dominating the Democratic primary, and the party's left wing has just started to coalesce.
A year ago, the left wing of New York's Democratic Party was ascendant.
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Hero chases down Central Park mugger who stole woman's phone
A good Samaritan chased down a mugger who punched a woman and snatched her cellphone in Central Park on Friday - and the do-gooder was able to retrieve the stolen item, according to cops and police sources.
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Man, 39, is shot dead in Brooklyn street on Friday morning
Man, 39, is shot dead in Brooklyn street Friday morning - as New York City deals with 68 percent increase in shootings from last year
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Herb Sturz, a Quiet Force in the Life of New York City, Dies at 90
His agenda and reach, in government and out, extended from criminal justice to urban planning, though his constituency - prisoners, the homeless, the elderly and more - hardly knew his name.
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Juilliard Students Protest Tuition Increase With Marches and Music
After occupying parts of the school, some students were barred from entering the building. So they took the demonstration outside.
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Man wanted for dragging woman out of car in Brooklyn, driving off with vehicle and dog: NYPD
by: Stephen M. Lepore
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MILL BASIN, Brooklyn - A man is wanted for a violent car robbery in Brooklyn, police said.
The incident took place last Sunday at around 1:15 p.m.
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Artist debuts dog sculpture in Domino Park * Brooklyn Paper
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Crown Heights comic book fair to highlight queer creators for Brooklyn Pride Weekend * Brooklyn Paper
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'Bash your Jewish f---ing head': Bigot threatens man on Brooklyn street
A man was confronted by a Brooklyn bigot who threatened to "bash your Jewish f-----g head in," police said.
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Deadly McGuinness Blvd gets $39 million for redesign
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Early Voting Starts Saturday; Brush Up on Your Choices
Posted on June 12, 2021 at 8:10 am by Carol Tannenhauser
By Carol Tannenhauser
Early voting in the 2021 New York primaries starts today - Saturday, June 12!
Liquor Licenses Approved for Italian, Japanese Restaurants
Posted on June 11, 2021 at 1:09 pm by West Sider
The future home of Song'E Napule.
By Maya Mau
Openings and Reopenings: Starbucks, New Deli, Arc'teryx, Bicycle Renaissance, Smoke Jazz Club
Posted on June 10, 2021 at 5:14 pm by West Sider
Silver Stars Fitness: 8 Legit Ways On How To Slow Down Your Body's Aging Process. How to Sign Up!
Posted on June 10, 2021 at 4:16 pm by West Sider
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Ethan Freckles' Possessions Removed From Columbus Avenue Sidewalk; He Explains His History and Intentions
Posted on June 10, 2021 at 2:55 pm by Carol Tannenhauser
By Bobby Panza and Carol Tannenhauser
Photos: An Eclipse, Rainbows, and Storms Transform the Sky
Posted on June 10, 2021 at 12:40 pm by West Sider
Great drama has been taking place overhead in the last few days, and several locals were able to capture it in pixels. Check out some shots below.
DC Nightclubs Are Officially Back, And People Are Really, Really Ready to Party
Tonight, DC 9 will be decorated in streamers like "prom on steroids" with a DJ taking requests from the crowd.
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A Virginia Wine Country Inn and Restaurant Is Reopening with Pineapple & Pearls' Ex-Head Chef
Virginia's bucolic Rappahannock County is a culinary hotspot between restaurants like The Inn at Little Washington, its new casual cafe, and the lauded Three Blacksmiths.
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Sex in Washington: How We Did It During the Pandemic, and Where We're Headed
It's been a loooong year.
But sometimes, somehow, we found ways to get it on.
And it's only going to get better.
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The Washington Post Got Shut Out at This Year's Pulitzers
For the first time in years, the Washington Post came up empty on Pulitzer day this year.
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Is Live Music Back? Here Are Four Concerts You Won't Be Going To Tonight (Because They're Sold Out).
The District is fully reopening today. That means folks can finally experience live music indoors and hit up those grungy clubs again.
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The Capitol Police Now Has Its Own Emotional Support Dog
US Capitol Police is welcoming a furry member to the force-not for bomb-sniffing, but for emotional support in a department traumatized by the events of January 6.
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Three Percenter militia members charged in Jan. 6 attack
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Those pending cases are the largest and most complex of the roughly 500 brought by the Justice Department in the months since the deadly attack carried out by supporters of former President Donald Trump. 1
Six men, all from California, were charged in the indictment: Alan Hostetter, Russell Taylor, Eric Scott Warner, Felipe Antonio "Tony" Martinez, Derek Kinnison and Ronald Mele. 1
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Americans Are Dangerously Divided on the Insurrection
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Twenty-two percent, when they're asked about the people who " broke into the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6 to disrupt the certification of the 2020 presidential election results," endorse "these actions by Trump supporters." 1
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Trump urges states to resist DOJ's effort to 'suppress accountability' in the 2020 election
Former President Donald Trump said Saturday that states should fight back against what he called the Biden Justice Department's efforts to whitewash "massive voter fraud" in the 2020 presidential election.
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Biden to sign bill creating national memorial at site of Pulse Nightclub mass shooting
President Biden said Saturday he will sign legislation creating a national memorial at the site of a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, where 49 people were killed five years ago.
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Oregon House of Representatives expels lawmaker after video shows him appearing to tell protesters how to breach the state Capitol
Rep. Mike Nearman, a Republican, was expelled from the legislative body on Thursday night with a bipartisan vote of 59-1 on House Resolution 3, a press release from House Speaker Tina Kotek said.
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Oregon lawmaker ousted for abetting armed intruders
WASHINGTON - The Oregon House of Representatives on Thursday night voted to expel one of its own members accused of coordinating with protesters to allow them into the state Capitol.
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WATCH: Biden Aide Frantically Tries to Herd Unruly Press Pool From Scenic Biden/Macron Photo Op
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Macron, citing the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and climate change, said that "for all these issues, what we need is cooperation." 1He added that it is "great" to have a U.S. president who is willing to cooperate. 1
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For Biden, Trump Is an Easy Act to Follow in Europe
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The buildup suggested nothing less than an epochal event, but there is often a mismatch between the grand language of international summitry and the accomplishments that actually result. 1
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Biden to meet allies, then Putin, on first official trip abroad
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From there, in rapid succession, the veteran Democrat will visit Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, fly to Brussels for summits with the NATO military alliance and European Union, then finish up in Geneva, where he meets Putin next Wednesday. 1
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Biden Spends The Weekend Trying To Persuade G-7 Leaders To Push Back On China
President Biden meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the sidelines of the G-7 summit.
A White House official said Biden did a lot of "diplomatic speed-dating" with world leaders.
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Putin laughs off 'killer' comments ahead of summit with Biden
Russian President Vladimir Putin laughed off the idea that he could be considered a "killer," but expressed a willingness to work with President Biden in an interview with NBC News ahead of the two leaders' summit on Wednesday in Geneva.
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Carter Page Believed James Wolfe Was Ellen Nakashima's Source Disclosing His FISA Application Less than a Month After the Story | emptywheel
According to the Statement of Offense to which James Wolfe - the former Senate Intelligence Committee security official convicted of lying about his contacts with journalists - allocuted, Carter Page suspected Wolfe was the source for Ellen Nakashima's story revealing Page had been targeted with a FISA order.
Hunting Leaks, Trump Officials Focused on Democrats in Congress
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But William P. Barr revived languishing leak investigations after he became attorney general a year later. 1
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The zeal in the Trump administration's efforts to hunt leakers led to the extraordinary step of subpoenaing communications metadata from members of Congress - a nearly unheard-of move outside of corruption investigations. 1
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Policing Reform Negotiations Sputter in Congress Amid Partisan Bickering
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After a Minneapolis jury in April found the white police officer who killed George Floyd guilty of murder, lawmakers in both parties were cautiously optimistic that the verdict would provide fresh momentum to break the impasse that had bedeviled negotiators since Mr. Floyd's death. 1President Biden gave his support, too, calling on Congress to act by the first anniversary of the murder, in late May. 1
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Biden abandons infrastructure talks after Senate GOP refuses to back tax hikes
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Republicans balked at the sum, arguing that any infrastructure package should focus exclusively on repairing the nation's roads and bridges. 1
Both sides had since compromised to an extent. 1Republicans upped their initial price ceiling, offering to spend close to $1 trillion. 1The White House similarly conceded ground, trimming its proposed spending from $2.25 trillion to $1.7 trillion. 1
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Trump urges states to resist DOJ's effort to 'suppress accountability' in the 2020 election
Former President Donald Trump said Saturday that states should fight back against what he called the Biden Justice Department's efforts to whitewash "massive voter fraud" in the 2020 presidential election.
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The Democratic Party is drunk on spiked progressive Kool-Aid
(CNN)West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin has emerged as the progressives' new favorite politician to attack.
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Biden will hold a solo news conference rather than pairing with Putin after their summit.
After President Biden meets his Russian counterpart on Wednesday, the two men will not face the press at a joint news conference, United States officials said on Saturday.
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7 new security features Apple quietly announced at WWDC
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The feature, which will ultimately be available in both iOS 15 and macOS Monterey, means you no longer have to set a password when creating an account or a website or app. 1Instead, you'll simply pick a username, and then use Face ID or Touch ID to confirm it's you. 1
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'Privacy Protecting' Car Location Data Seemingly Shows Where People Live, Work, and Go
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But their car was most frequently parked outside a specific address in the fancy Noe Valley area of San Francisco. 1
I know this because a company called Otonomo sells the granular location data of vehicles across the United States and the rest of the world. 1
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Victory! Dartmouth Ends Unfounded Cheating Investigation After Students, Rights Groups Speak Out
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After a technical review, EFF determined that the logs easily could have been generated by the automated syncing of course material to devices logged into Canvas but not being used during an exam. 1
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Google's hidden security defaults are shockingly powerful
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Google announced last week that it plans to automatically enroll users in two-factor authentication to improve account security. 1
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Perhaps the biggest benefactors of this move are American businesses, which are losing more than $1 billion a year because of the security defaults on their software. 1
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Apple's iOS 15 will come with better privacy for people who pay for it
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Among other updates, you'll soon be able to see who your apps are sharing your data with; you'll be able to stop trackers from detecting if and when you open emails; and you'll be able to keep your internet activity more private. 1
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Privacy is a fundamental human right, Federighi began. 1
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Here's what + gets you: Private Relay, which is Apple's version of a virtual private network (VPN). 1
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McDonald's hit by data breaches in US, South Korea and Taiwan | Engadget
McDonald's is the latest massive corporation to be hit by a cyberattack.
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