Mainstream Media: New York Post

  • A member of the Eastern Illinois University swim team claims he was falsely arrested by police last year when he was thrown to the ground and held at gunpoint along an Illinois highway. Jaylan Butler, 20, filed a lawsuit on Sunday against six police officers for the alleged false arrest, unlawful searches and seizure, and...
  • Country singer Daniel Lee Martin committed suicide in his Florida home as he faced child sex abuse charges back in Tennessee, according to authorities. Deputies at the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office found Martin, 54, with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound on Friday as they attempted to serve him multiple warrants stemming from the charges, a...
  • Mike Bloomberg was in the crosshairs of other Democratic presidential candidates on Sunday — with his rivals going on TV to slam his big-budget national ad blitz, past policies and controversial remarks. “The point is that $60 billion can buy you a lot of advertising, but it can’t erase your record,” former Vice President Joe...
  • A Utah man was arrested for allegedly releasing mice and hamsters in various hotel rooms and then complaining to management in order to get a free stay, a report said Ryan State, 37, is accused of using the rodent ruse to scam at least three Utah hotels, including the Hyatt House in Salt Lake City,...
  • A 12-year-old Montana boy found dead earlier this month allegedly had been beaten by his grandparents and 14-year-old uncle, prosecutors said. James Sasser Jr., 47, and Patricia Batts, 48, appeared in Gallatin County Justice Court on Thursday in the Feb. 3 death of James Alex Hurley. The boy had been living with his grandparents, two uncles...
  • President Trump became the first sitting president to take a ceremonial lap around the track at NASCAR’s Daytona 500 on Sunday. The president’s tricked-out limousine, nicknamed “The Beast,” led drivers on the warm-up at the Daytona International Speedway. It came after Trump, as the race’s grand marshal, issued the command: “Gentlemen, start your engines.” Moments...
  • The Good Samaritan thrust his cart into the path of the suspect, sending him sprawling.
  • A shirtless woman was part of a group that took the stage moments after Mayor Bill de Blasio introduced Sanders to the stage in Nevada.
  • Lorraine Cortes-Vazquez was roundly criticized for inviting convicted terrorist Oscar Lopez-Rivera to march in the Puerto Rican Day Parade.
  • President Trump delivered the most famous words in motorsports while serving as grand marshal of NASCAR’s Daytona 500 on Sunday. “Gentlemen, start your engines!” the president roared at the Daytona International Speedway with First Lady Melania Trump standing at his side. “It’s truly an honor to be with all of you at the great American...
  • The 20,000-pound Cadillac CT6 stretch sedan has five-inch-thick windows and can launch a smokescreen or tear gas.
  • "I've got a bone to pick with the White House," Schumer said, vowing to curb the "dangerous proposal."
  • President Trump on Sunday blamed the “Fake News” for reporting that a section of the southern border wall had fallen over to make it “sound terrible” but the panels have been repaired and will last “forever.” “Last week the Fake News said that a section of our powerful, under construction, Southern Border Wall ‘fell over’,...
  • The presidential limousine has pol position! President Trump served as the grand marshal for the Daytona 500 Sunday, lapping the track in his Cadillac stretch limo before revving up the race car drivers alongside First Lady Melania. “Gentlemen, start your engines!” the president roared at the Daytona International Speedway. “It’s truly an honor to be...
  • A Chicago woman and her husband — the country’s first case of person-to-person transmission of the coronavirus  — have made a full recovery, officials say. The couple, whose identities haven’t been released, were discharged from a suburban Chicago hospital Feb. 7 and remained in isolation at home until Friday, according to a statement from the...
  • An American lawyer and his wife are refusing to evacuate the coronavirus-stricken cruise ship docked off the coast of Japan — because they say they feel safer aboard. Matthew Smith, who has been quarantined on the Diamond Princess with his wife Katherine since early February, said he plans to stay put as the US on...
  • Some 400 Americans were finally evacuated Sunday from the coronavirus-stricken Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan — as another 70 passengers aboard the quarantined vessel tested positive for the deadly infection. The passengers disembarked and headed to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport after 11 days in isolation on the ship, which has been under mandatory quarantine since...
  • Love is blind … drunk. A Rhode Island man got arrested and charged with DUI twice in the same day on Valentine’s Day, according to cops. Patrick Cahill, 62, was first busted at 2:26 a.m. after state troopers pulled him over following “multiple calls” about him driving the wrong way on I-95 north near Warwick,...
  • BAGHDAD — At least four rockets hit near the sprawling US embassy in Baghdad and an Iraqi base hosting American troops inside the Green Zone early Sunday, but caused no casualties and only minor damage, US and Iraqi officials said. The attack came just before 3:30 a.m. local time, according to Col. Myles B. Caggins...
  • China’s central bank will reportedly destroy some cash in areas hard-hit by the coronavirus to prevent contagion. People’s Bank of China has ordered the return of paper currency in circulation at hospitals, animal markets and buses near the country’s hot zones in order to destruct potentially-contaminated bills, the South China Morning Post reported. Other locations...