NYC tenant runs amok, stabs neighbor: landlord

A Queens woman who allegedly spent months harassing her neighbor and landlord was arrested Saturday for stabbing her fellow tenant, police and witnesses told The Post. The alleged attacker and the victim each rented separate units in the multi-family home in South Ozone Park, where the landlord lived downstairs. The bloody assault unfolded just before … Read more

Trumpworld Think Tank Is Barely Paying Its Bills

Photo Illustration by Erin O’Flynn/The Daily Beast/Getty A nonprofit think tank aligned with ex-President Donald Trump started 2021 with a bang, but ended up falling well short of its fundraising expectations, according to a new tax filing obtained by The Daily Beast. The America First Policy Institute, a 501(c)(3) organization formed last year by a … Read more

World Cup: Soccer fans stopped by security officials for wearing rainbow-colored items as LGBTQ+ rights issue won’t go away at Qatar 2022

Doha, Qatar CNN — The World Cup is well underway Qatar, but issues surrounding LGBTQ+ rights for the Gulf state, world soccer governing body FIFA, teams and fans just won’t go away. On Saturday, two German soccer fans told CNN that they were asked by security officials at Qatar 2022 to remove the rainbow-colored items … Read more

Meet the man who rose from poverty to build a multi-billion-dollar Web3 startup

In Delhi, the settlements on the eastern banks of the river Yamuna are referred to, often dismissively, as ‘Jamna-Paar’ (Yamuna-paar). The affluent, have usually settled along its western banks, while “Jaamna Paar” was often perceived as a ghetto and its people looked were looked down upon. Sandeep Nailwal—co-founder of multi-billion-dollar Web3 firm Polygon—has long been … Read more

Children ages 8 and up should be screened for anxiety, experts say. Here’s what parents need to know.

Intense worrying or fear that results in an inability to function at school or in social settings may be a sign of anxiety disorder in children and teenagers. (Getty Images) The US Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended that children ages 8 to 18 should be screened for anxiety disorder by their primary care physician … Read more

Queens, Brooklyn NYPD cops forced from jobs for failing to probe cases, faking investigations

Two NYPD officers were forced to retire after the department discovered they lied about investigating cases, including domestic violence and drug complaints, department documents say. Officer Eric Cabrera was assigned to the 113th Precinct in Jamaica when he improperly closed 25 investigations in 2019 — including numerous domestic violence cases — by making false entries … Read more