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Kathy Hochul turns over turkey distribution to Democratic Party

Fowl play! Gov. Kathy Hochul has farmed out the task of distributing thousands of turkeys to the state Democratic Party after deciding that the Thanksgiving tradition violates new ethics rules. Last November, Hochul traveled across the state to personally participate in the annual turkey giveaway to the needy and noted…

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Suspect in Queens triple homicide reveals grisly details on slays: sources

The Queens man accused of fatally stabbing three female relatives provided grisly details of the triple slaying while being grilled by NYPD detectives in Virginia — and now awaits extradition to the Big Apple, law-enforcement sources said Monday. Jabari Burrell, 22, waived his Miranda Rights and gave cops specific details…

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NYC man Matthew Fertig running to raise money for gun reform

He’s running for their lives. Brooklyn man Matthew Fertig is raising money for the gun reform advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety by running 120 miles this weekend, from Manhattan to Montauk.  The long-distance runner told the Hamptons weekly Dan’s Papers that the herculean equivalent of 4-and-a-half marathons on Saturday…

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Principal and cronies secretly demand steep rent from Dominican teachers

Bilingual teachers brought from the Dominican Republic to work in New York City public schools have been treated like indentured servants by educators acting as their slumlords, The Post has learned. Bronx principal Emmanuel Polanco and a group of fellow Department of Education administrators have put nearly a dozen teachers…

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NY Election Day 2022 live updates: Hochul-Zeldin governor race, other races

The increasingly tight race between Gov. Kathy Hochul and challenger Lee Zeldin has most New York voters focused on the top of the ticket — but they could also play a key role in deciding the balance of power in the House of Representatives. Nine of the races in New York’s 26 congressional districts…

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Early voting in NYC anemic for Hochul until Clintons, VP Harris arrival

Turnout during the nine days of early voting in overwhelmingly Democratic New York City was light — and experts say the lack of early enthusiasm could portend trouble for incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul. Hochul, who was forced to call in the cavalry — Bill and Hillary Clinton and President Biden…