Knife, spoons and screwdrivers removed from man’s stomach

This one’s hard to stomach. A man in India was rushed into surgery after doctors discovered practically a whole utensil drawer’s worth of items in his stomach — and a knife, which was beginning to puncture his insides. Karan Sen, 35, had swallowed everything from two screwdrivers and two toothbrushes to eight spoons and a […]

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‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz’s blood-soaked clothes shown in trial

Bronx jurors got a glimpse on Thursday of the blood-soaked clothes Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz was wearing when he was hacked to death by knives and a machete last June — evidence that left his father feeling haunted. “It was really painful and I don’t want to see it again,” dad Lisandro Guzman told reporters in […]

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Lucheses leadership changed hands in bloodless coup orchestrated from prison

The leadership of one of New York’s Five Families, the Lucheses, changed hands thanks to a bloodless coup orchestrated from prison, mob-trial testimony revealed this week. Imprisoned-for-life Mafia boss Vittorio “Vic” Amuso sent a coded letter from jail to longtime underboss Steven “Stevie Wonder” Crea in 2017. The message: Brooklyn-based Luchese wiseguy Michael “Big Mike” […]

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‘Automatic’ habits ruining baseball

One can almost hear Vin Scully: “Down to their final out of the 1986 World Series, the Mets will have Robinson Cano bat for Mookie Wilson.” I was unaware that colleague Mike Puma has a profound comedic side, let alone that he worked big rooms, until I read Wednesday’s Post in which he wrote that […]

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How 7 World Trade Center beat the odds

It was the little lease that could — and now, the deal that proved to be the turning point in downtown’s commercial rebirth after 9/11 is getting a second wind. Sources said the New York Academy of Sciences and Silverstein properties will renew the academy’s lease for 40,000 square feet at Seven World Trade Center […]

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