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De Blasio says his New York chops are enough to beat Trump

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Mayor de Blasio said his progressive political message appeals to voters across the country and his brand of New York campaigning has enough heft to unseat President Trump. “You can tell this guy is a bully who needs to be confronted,” the mayor told MSNBC in an interview on Sunday. “Who better than a fellow...
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Trump signs executive order requiring hospitals to disclose prices to patients

Trump signs executive order requiring hospitals to disclose prices to patients

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday aimed at making health care prices more readily available to consumers. Read more ...

GOP state senators in Oregon strike for 5th day over climate change bill

GOP state senators in Oregon strike for 5th day over climate change bill

The Oregon Senate is unable to conduct business for a fifth day because of a Republican boycott of the Legislature over major climate change legislation. Read more ...

US in the World Cup quarterfinals after 2-1 win over Spain

US in the World Cup quarterfinals after 2-1 win over Spain

Megan Rapinoe scored both of Team USA's goals Read more ...

Italy on ice: Milan and Cortina selected to host 2026 Winter Olympics

Italy on ice: Milan and Cortina selected to host 2026 Winter Olympics

The Italian cities of Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo have been selected as the next hosts of the 2026 Winter Olympics after the IOC made its formal announcement on Monday. Read more ...

Trump announces 'hard hitting' new sanctions against Iran

Trump announces 'hard hitting' new sanctions against Iran

"We will continue to increase pressure on Tehran," Trump said. "Never can Iran have a nuclear weapon." Read more ...

Bernie Sanders to unveil plan to cancel all $1.6 trillion of student loan debt

Bernie Sanders to unveil plan to cancel all $1.6 trillion of student loan debt

The proposal goes further than the plan already unveiled by his Democratic primary rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Read more ...

USWNT Fans Question Officiating On Penalty That Allows U.S. To Beat Spain 2-1

USWNT Fans Question Officiating On Penalty That Allows U.S. To Beat Spain 2-1

Reims, France - The United States Women's National Team won 2-1 against Spain in the Round of 16 at the Women's World Cup in France Monday. A physical, hard-fought match saw... Read more ...

NBA fines Knicks $50,000 for media access violation

NBA fines Knicks $50,000 for media access violation

The NBA fined the Knicks $50,000 Monday for violating league rules regarding equal access for media. The team didn't allow the Daily News access to its press conference Friday... Read more ...

Eldorado Resorts to buy Caesars Entertainment in $8.5 billion deal

Eldorado Resorts to buy Caesars Entertainment in $8.5 billion deal

Eldorado Resorts has agreed to buy Caesars Entertainment for about $8.5 billion in cash and stock, as it looks to build scale to take on competition from larger companies such... Read more ...

Man charged in Sacramento officer's slaying appears in court

Man charged in Sacramento officer's slaying appears in court

The man accused of shooting and killing a Sacramento police officer made his first court appearance Monday afternoon. Read more ...