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- Probe could complicate Rick Perry’s prospects
- Ukraine, Russia trade blame for eastern shootout
Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - New York Post
Whoopi Goldberg — an admitted medical marijuana user who smokes from a vaporizing pen to relieve the pain of glaucoma — is going to be putting her pot knowledge to good use, taking on regular columnist duties for The Denver Post as its cannabis expert.
A New York brain surgery patient who's stood strong for four separate operations is only now starting to crumble after finding out in February that Obamacare isn't going to give her easy access to the care or providers she needs.
The New York Police Department has disbanded its special unit that was tasked with putting Muslim communities under surveillance.
Al Jazeera America hasn't even been in operation a year, but financial struggles and less-than-stellar ratings figures are already forcing layoffs.
French authorities investigating a campus rape started collecting DNA from 527 male students and staffers at the Fenelon-Notre Dame high school in the western region, telling them they could either provide the samples or face arrest.
Boxing promoter Don King said he's not keeping any ill will toward the Rev. Al Sharpton for snitching on him to the FBI — that the minister was in fact a hero who is being maligned in a media frenzy that is simply harping on stale news.
Authorities say a homeless man made a disturbing discovery near some train tracks in Queens. He found some plastic bags with body parts inside them.
A New York City man claims that a credit reporting agency falsely reported he had no financial history because his first name is God.
Young women just aren't that crazy about babies any more, shunning the diaper changes and midnight feedings for dubbed-in family members that don't demand as much care: dogs. And not just any type dog -- specifically, those that weigh less than 25 pounds.
A woman trying to fly from Los Angeles International Airport to Phoenix says Transportation Security Administration agents refused passage to her disabled sister because she couldn't properly pronounce her own name.
A fleet-footed pooch is lucky to be alive after racing a commuter train in New York City.
A charity hockey game between New York City police and firemen came to chaos on Sunday as the two sides traded fists and blows in a game one watcher said reminded of old-timey NHL rivals.
Train delays on Metro-North rose dramatically in the first two months of 2014 as the beleaguered railroad ramped up track repair.
Sen. Harry Reid — under pressure from the Federal Election Commission — revealed that he gave about $17,000 in campaign cash to his granddaughter in two separate payments that were recorded in his books as "holiday gifts."
Verizon is launching another fight with the Federal Communications Commission over what it sees as an Internet freedom crackdown — new rules aligned with net neutrality ideals that the company says actually dampen innovation.