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Celebration set for new book Shakespeare Identified’  14h04 18 février
Page Six Team
The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the modern discovery that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, is likely the true genius behind the pseudonym William Shakespeare.’
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Homicide probe launched after three bodies found at California cemetery  13h59 18 février
Yaron Steinbuch
Investigators are looking into whether the deaths could be tied to two fatal shootings at a nearby park.
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Michael Bloomberg celebrates his 78th birthday at Polo Bar  13h58 18 février
Page Six Team
We’re told that the Democratic presidential hopeful had a bodyguard stationed in the center of the restaurant, but when Bloomberg got up to leave, he was swarmed by folks.
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Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg are tied for the lead in new Virginia poll  13h57 18 février
Emily Jacobs
A new poll shows Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg tied for for first place in Virginia -- a race where only one in four voters in that state say they are firm in their choice of nominee.
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Performance artist who ate 120K banana opening interactive food show  13h54 18 février
Page Six Team
At the show launching Thursday at NYC gallery Ca’d’ Oro attendees will be encouraged to snatch and eat the artwork’ right off the walls, such as M&Ms and Diet Coke, a source said.
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Burglars rob McDonald’s by crawling into drive-thru window: cops  13h50 18 février
Daniel Cassady
A pair of real-life Hamburglars crept into the drive-thru window of a Queens McDonald’s and robbed the place at gunpoint, authorities said. The two crooks slipped inside the fast food joint at Queens Boulevard near 38th Street in Long Island City at around 4 a.m on Sunday as an accomplice waited...
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Aaron Judge starts Yankees spring training with shoulder worry  13h47 18 février
Post Sports Desk
Aaron Judge’s spring training is not off to an ideal start. The Yankees slugger was not in batting practice for the first full day of Yankees workouts due to a minor shoulder issue, The Post’s George A. King III reports. Judge was able to participate in other drills and manager Aaron Boone said...
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Chihuahua and pigeon, two roommates at pet shelter, are touching the hearts of millions  13h45 18 février
Yaron Steinbuch
Lundy, an 8-week-old chihuahua who can’t walk, and his pal Herman, a pigeon who can’t fly, have been snuggling together at The Mia Foundation, a nonprofit shelter catering to animals with special needs and birth defects in upstate Hilton.
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Caroline Flack suicide: Love Island’ pays tribute to much-loved’ host  13h25 18 février
Lee Brown
Her co-host’s voice cracked as he called her a true friend.
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Amie Harwick’s alleged killer Gareth Pursehouse was a stalker’  13h21 18 février
Amanda Woods
Harwick, 38 -- also the ex-fiancée of The Price is Right host Drew Carey -- plummeted from a third-floor balcony to her death early Saturday.
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HSBC to cut 35,000 jobs in massive restructuring as profits sink  13h19 18 février
Noah Manskar
HSBC expects to shoulder about 6 billion in restructuring costs, largely this year and next.
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M A S H’ actress Kellye Nakahara Wallett dead at 7  13h12 18 février
Deadline
She played Lt. Kellye Yamato on all 11 seasons.
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Hospital accused of sending woman with bullet lodged in her head home with Band-Aid’  12h55 18 février
Yaron Steinbuch
They put the Band-Aid on her head, gave her antibiotics and just sent her home.
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Jury expected to begin deliberations in Harvey Weinstein trial  12h43 18 février
Rebecca Rosenberg
A Manhattan jury will begin deliberating Tuesday in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial, which had as many twists and turns as a Hollywood script.
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Liu Zhiming, hospital director in Wuhan, confirmed dead from coronavirus  12h34 18 février
Lee Brown
The confirmation followed conflicting reports about Liu Zhiming, as doctors were still attempting to save his life.