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A former WNYC reporter is suing the radio station claiming he was given the boot after being falsely accused of plagiarism, according to new court papers. Fred Mogul, an 18-year veteran of WNYC who covered healthcare and medicine, filed a defamation and wrongful termination suit on Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court following his termination on Feb. 5. Mogul, 52, said he...
For Gugu Mbatha-Raw, entering the Marvel world with the latest Disney+ series “Loki” was an unexpected class reunion. “I knew Tom previously because we were at drama school at the same time,” Mbatha-Raw, 38, told The Post — referring to London’s prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, which she graduated from in 2004.  “So, there’s a lovely sense of...
The White House on Tuesday released a report that designates the Jan. 6 Capitol riot a “domestic terrorist attack” and endorses an internet purge of “extremist” content. The description is likely to draw stiff disagreement from allies of former President Donald Trump who say that the riot, which disrupted certification of President Biden’s victory, has been used to facilitate political...
With the collapse of the mayoral campaigns of progressives Scott Stringer and Dianne Morales, the Democratic hard left has coalesced around Maya Wiley. A recent poll shows her in third place behind Brooklyn Beep Eric Adams and former Sanitation Commission Kathryn Garcia. Disaster awaits if Wiley is elected. Wiley represents a kind of purified de Blasio-ism, promoting a radical ideology of...
A 60-year-old man was slashed and robbed of his slippers in a caught-on-camera fight outside of a Queens deli last month, police said Sunday. The early morning May 19 feud outside the business at 38-02 31 St. began with an argument over when the deli closed, but quickly devolved when the suspect pulled out a knife, according to cops. The suspect...
I’ve been out of the job market for years, caring for an elderly relative who recently passed. How do I explain this big gap, and how do I make myself relevant? I used to work in a bank, but the job I did is basically obsolete now.I’m going to tell you what you already know. The job search is...
You have everything to gain, and nothing to lose, from giving your home office desk a good tidy-up. A clean and well-organized desk saves you time and space, makes it easier to work, allows you to focus better on the task at hand, lessens stress and anxiety, and overall creates a more creative, productive, and positive working environment. So clean...
Jeffrey Toobin’s less-than-triumphant return to the CNN airwaves this week after a months-long leave of absence due to a Zoom masturbation scandal was greeted with shock, anger and disgust by observers. Toobin, CNN’s longtime chief legal analyst, sheepishly apologized Thursday for the October incident that led to his firing from The New Yorker and his disappearance from the cable...
Sex is officially back in the city. On Thursday, Sarah Jessica Parker teased the start of production on “And Just Like That” — the much-anticipated “Sex and the City” revival — by sharing cryptic images outside of character Carrie Bradshaw’s now-iconic Greenwich Village apartment building. “I’m thrilled and terrified,” she wrote in her understated post, piquing immense interest from nostalgic “SATC”...
Enlarge Image Matthew Sharpf, pictured, was charged with voluntary manslaughter after he allegedly shot Jonathan Hankins, who he believed was a late-night intruder. Dinwiddie County Sheriff's Office A Virgina man was arrested for allegedly fatally shooting his friend who he mistakenly thought was an intruder, a report said. Matthew Allen Sharpf, 37, was charged with voluntary manslaughter for the Tuesday death of...