Mainstream Media: New York Post

  • Do as I say, not as I drive? Despite their eco-friendly agenda, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently tooled around Beverly Hills in a gas-guzzling SUV, the Daily Mail reported Saturday. Photos obtained by the Mail show the formerly royal couple popping into a black Cadillac Escalade. Online reviews have called the low-miles-per-gallon Escalade about...
  • Southern California’s historic San Gabriel Mission, which was built 1771, was ravaged by an early morning fire Saturday. There were no injuries. According to NBC News, the nearly 250-year-old Roman Catholic mission held many priceless artifacts that dated back to its founding. Much of the interior and roof were damaged in the fire,  which is...
  • A film school in California is canceling its John Wayne exhibit due to what administrators are calling the late ­actor’s history of bigoted and homophobic statements. The School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California announced last week that it was removing the indoor exhibit, which featured archival photos and movie costumes, props...
  • Jeffrey Epstein's alleged right-hand woman is not the "cartoon caricature of a villain" portrayed in the media, her pal told the Daily Mail.
  • Steve Bannon claims — while providing no evidence — that scientists in the Wuhan lab eyed as a potential source for COVID-19 have "defected" and are working with US intelligence agencies.
  • Insiders open up about how high-profile former jailbirds — all released in the wake of COVID-19 — are doing on house arrest, and why Michael Cohen couldn't follow the rules.
  • A former USA Gymnastics coach has been arrested for multiple counts of lewdness with a minor, according to Las Vegas police. Terry Gray, 52, was arrested Friday by sex crimes detectives, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Gray coached in Las Vegas from 2009 to 2015 and was suspended by USA Gymnastics in...
  • More Americans are dying from coronavirus nationwide as the pandemic rages in the southern and western parts of the country, statistics show. More than 134,600 people in the US have now died of COVID-19, a figure that’s increased over the last two weeks — with 27 states, including Florida, Texas, California and Arizona, seeing a...
  • As Michael Flynn’s three-year legal drama nears its end, some of President Trump’s allies are hyping a new job for the ousted national security adviser: campaign surrogate. “He’s the perfect example of deep-state victimization,” former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich told Politico. “Great surrogate — lots of people would come to see him.” Flynn,...
  • President Trump is covering up. The president, who has resisted calls to wear a face covering in public throughout the coronavirus epidemic, appeared for the first time with one before the White House press corps. It was navy blue bearing the presidential seal in gold. The occasion was a visit to Walter Reed Medical Center...
  • The Republican Party has edged out the Democrats in the race to sign up new voters — and coronavirus lockdowns are to blame, a new report says. New registrations cratered in the last three months, says TargetSmart, a Democratic data firm. In May of this year, 194,596 new voters were registered nationwide, according to TargetSmart’s...
  • Beware beachgoers: social-distancing violators might be the least of your problems. At least three great white sharks lurk in local waters, with another monster moving our way, and a possible fifth maneater — the venerable Mary Lee, all 16 feet and 3,456 pounds of her — likely hanging around her old chomping grounds on the...
  • Master Sgt. Andrew Christian Marckesano, 34, was known as "Captain America" to his fellow soldiers in the 82nd Airborne regiment.
  • As protesters took to the streets of Detroit Friday, the police chief released a video of the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old man by a police officer earlier that day, saying it shows the use of force was justified. Police Chief James Craig released the police dash cam video seven hours after the shooting of...
  • The 26-year-old man “claimed he was being attacked for his McDonald's meal and in response, he grabbed the bird and bit it,” reports Cornwall Live.
  • Police in southern Portugal are searching wells near the resort town where a British toddler went missing 14 years ago after uncovering evidence that links a German drifter to her disappearance, according to reports. The search is in Vila do Bispo in the Portuguese Algarve, not far from the resort town of Praia da Luz,...
  • President Trump again signaled his displeasure with the prosecution of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn on Saturday. “New documents just released reveal General Flynn was telling the truth, and the FBI knew it!” Trump said in a tweet referencing a new disclosure Friday which Flynn’s attorneys say shows their client was the target of...
  • President Trump has called for the extradition of a former MI6 agent who compiled a controversial report about his alleged links to Russia during the 2016 campaign. Christopher Steele, who is now a director of Orbis Business Intelligence, was the author of the 2016 dossier that alleged collusion between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russian President...
  • Protesters in Portland, Oregon set fires and burned an effigy of a cop wearing a KKK hood after police arrested a vandal at the city’s federal courthouse, according to a report. The unrest erupted after federal officers nabbed a protester who appeared to be writing “RIP Dominique Dunn” on the court building, according to The...
  • “I thought it was a hoax," the patient, who was in their 30s, told their nurse moments before passing away.