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    A delivery person for DoorDash rides his bike in the rain. (TikToker @frenchfrythug not pictured.) Carlo Allegri/Reuters A delivery driver says a viral video where he left a note for a customer asking them to tip was fake. According to the New York Post, the driver uploaded a TikTok where he said he didn't actually leave the note.  At the time of writing, the TikToker's account was private and his videos were unavailable. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. A delivery driver said his viral video where he said he left a note at a customer's door asking them to tip was a stunt, according to the New York Post.  The DoorDash delivery driver, who goes by @frenchfrythug and is now private on TikTok, previously told Insider he left a note at a DoorDash customer's house asking them to tip. In the...
    New York : The Argentine Yanet García, Sol Pérez He said goodbye to the Atlantic Coast with a postcard of the last day at the beach of his vacation. After enjoying a few days off with her boyfriend, Guido Mazzoni, the former weather girl resumed her work commitments in Buenos Aires. Away from the sand, the waves and the sun, she wrote: “Eager to return! What are you doing?”. The publication exceeded 214 thousand likes, and aroused praise from its followers. In the photos she is seen with another of the bikinis that accompanied her during the summer: this time, she opted for a white two-piece zebra print design that highlighted her shapely curves and tan. (Swipe to see the photos) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sol Perez (@lasobrideperez) Days ago, Sol raised the temperature when he appeared posing in profile facing the sea with another tiny and daring swimsuit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sol Perez (@lasobrideperez) Jailyne Ojeda leaves her entire rear exposed posing...
    FILE: Dermot Shea, the New York City Police Commissioner, seen here in November 2019. AP Photo/Richard Drew A New York City man who is accused of shooting a New York Police Department officer twice in the back said he was "sorry" for shooting him, The New York Post reported. The shooting oc cured at about 9 p.m. on December 24 — Christmas Eve, according to the report. Prosecutors said that the accused, William Moss, said he only believed his girlfriend to be present when he fired his weapon, which has been recovered by the NYPD. The officer, 27-year-old Connor Boalick, was OK, as his bullet-proof vest prevented the bullets from entering his body. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. William Moss, the New York City man accused of shooting a New York Police Department officer two time in the back on Christmas Eve offered on Friday an apology to the officer he shot.  "I'm sorry, officer," Moss, from New York City's Brooklyn borough, told the New York Police Department's Connor Boalick, 27, through The New York Post,...
    Sen. Chuck Schumer on Sunday urged the Trump administration to renew the coronavirus emergency declaration before it expires at the end of next month, in order to preserve billions of dollars in healthcare funds for New York to fight the pandemic. “If we have learned anything from COVID-19 it is that a ‘stitch in time saves nine,’ and the more we can do to be proactive, the better off the public will be,” the New York Democrat said. “This past winter there was delay and dismissal towards those urging HHS to officially declare a public health emergency as it relates to the coronavirus. Well, we cannot — and we must not –have that kind of inaction and uncertainty now, especially with what we know and with the sustaining needs of New York,” Schumer said, referring to Health and Human Services. “The clock is ticking as July dawns, so we need this action now,” he added. The Senate minority leader said $300 million in federal healthcare funds were distributed to the Empire State last week, part of the $2.5 billion in...
    New York’s financial regulator on Wednesday proposed new licensing rules that would make it easier for companies to engage in cryptocurrency business — using such digital currencies as bitcoin — in the state. The New York State Department of Financial Services is asking for the public’s input about the plan by Aug. 10. The initiative stems from the “actual or perceived hurdles” that firms may face in obtaining the state’s “BitLicense,” unveiled in 2015, the regulator said. New York’s proposed framework would allow companies that want to engage in virtual currency business activity in the state to obtain a conditional license, through which they would collaborate with fully licensed companies, NYDFS said. New York introduced its BitLicense and initial framework in 2015, when other regulators were still skeptical of virtual currencies. Those currencies are now part of a broader, rapidly growing industry that blends finance and technology, and which leading financial centers are keen to attract. But obtaining New York’s current BitLicense can be a years-long process, virtual currency companies have said. The state has granted 25 virtual currency licenses...
    The bidet company Tushy is offering a $10,000 contract to anyone who will record their pooping habits over a three-month period. TUSHY is a leading start-up, revolutionizing the American bathroom and pushing bidets into the mainstream. — TUSHY Bidet (@hellotushy) June 15, 2020 “All you have to do is poop everyday for three months and record what you’re doing,” Miki Agrawal, founder of Tushy, said to the New York Post. The position, named “VP of Fecal Matters,” requires the person to document bowel movements and produce video content for social media, per the job listing. (RELATED: ‘We Know This Is An Important Issue’: Rhode Island Will Change Its Name On Documents) “Who doesn’t like money right now? And who doesn’t really love pooping?” said Agrawal to the New York Post. The job also requires the person to note the differences between using toilet paper and the company’s products, which will be provided. Candidates can apply to the job position by submitting a 60-90 second video of why they are the ideal candidate by July 7, per the job post. Job...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said there’s now fears of a second wave of coronavirus due to states bending to political pressure instead of reopening “intelligently.” Cuomo said the federal government was to blame for pushing states into reopening too early, leading some regions to see larger outbreaks. “There were voices that always wanted to minimize it: ‘This is just the flu.’ ‘It’s going to pass.'” Cuomo said on CBS “Sunday Morning.” “And then there was a desire to reopen, reopen, reopen. And you know where we are now? Dow Jones tumbles again, fear of second wave. That’s what happens when you reopen and you don’t do it intelligently, you do it politically.” New York City is set to enter stage two of its reopening Monday. The governor said that he took accountability for the health crisis in New York “for better or worse.” “This was a national crisis,” Cuomo said. “The federal government should step in aggressively and ‘own it.’ In my state, I owned the situation.” Filed under andrew cuomo ,  Coronavirus ,  Coronavirus in NY ,  6/21/20...
    New York City is set to reopen under Phase 2 on Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday — just after Mayor Bill de Blasio called it a “day-to-day decision” and revealed restaurant guidance was still being hashed out. The mixed messages on the important step — which would allow 26,000 restaurants in the Big Apple to reopen with outdoor seating — came during the pols’ respective press briefings. “New York City is on track to enter Phase 2,” Cuomo said in Albany. “The same metrics we use for New York City are the same metrics we use all across New York City.” But earlier, the mayor was far less definitive. “If we’re judging by today’s numbers, we’re in great shape and I’ve been impressed that they’ve been very steady now for many days,” de Blasio told reporters. “But what we’re looking for going into the weekend is, do we see any variation there? I know the state’s very concerned about this as well. It’s a day to day discussion.” Daily indicators for coronavirus in the city remain way below the...
    This week The Post takes a fresh look at the “best of” New York sports history — areas that are just as worthy of debate, but that haven’t been argued incessantly. Today’s edition: the best arena or stadium in New York City. You could be a star basketball or hockey player from New York to anywhere, or any basketball or hockey player or coach, or any boxer, or any broadcaster or announcer. Or you could simply be anybody who dreamed of stepping into and onto the biggest and brightest stage of them all: The World’s Most Famous Arena. For the past 52 years atop Penn Station, and on Eighth Avenue between 49th and 50th Street for 43 years before that. “I can sum it up best with what Frank Sinatra told me,” legendary Garden photographer George Kalinsky told The Post. “He said, ‘There’s no arena or stadium in the world that has the aura of Madison Square Garden.’” Kalinsky recalls Sinatra, who dreamed of being heavyweight champion of the world, telling him how thrilled he was that Howard Cosell...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday during his daily briefing that the state will reopen better than it was prior to the coronavirus pandemic.  "Yes we went through hell, but it's actually going to be better when we reopen," Cuomo said at a press conference held at the "new" LaGuardia airport in New York City. The governor touted the nearly-completed renovations at the airport, as well as improvements made to the city's public transportation that were accelerated during the state's pause. "Those trains are cleaner than they have ever been in my lifetime," Cuomo said of the city's subway system. Coronavirus: The Race To Respond White House task force warns protests may cause virus spike Cuomo says New York will be better post-pandemic Top GOP senator says next coronavirus relief package expected in July Putin and the the 2020 presidential election - transcript U.S. policy of expelling migrant kids faces first legal challenge More in Coronavirus: The Race To Respond LaGuardia has been under construction for years in order to improve the airport, which first opened in 1939. Cuomo said it...
    An Upstate New York teenager was arrested for threatening on Snapchat to shoot people at an anti-police brutality protest, police said. Rylan Christy, 19, allegedly posted a photo of himself holding a gun on the social media app on May 31, with a caption saying he was going to open fire at a planned demonstration in Saranac Lake, state police said Wednesday. Cops found out about the Snapchat post on Tuesday, after someone took a screenshot and sent it to them, the Adirondack Daily Enterprise reported. “It was a post of an individual holding an AR-style rifle,” spokesperson Trooper Jennifer Fleishman told the newspaper. “The post did not show the individual’s face.” Christy was arrested Tuesday, just as hundreds of people were gathering for a rally in Saranac Lake’s Riverside Park. Fleishman said the teen’s threat “was targeted toward violent rioters and looters, not the peaceful protesters at the demonstration in Saranac Lake.” “This was an isolated incident,” she added. “There is no threat of harm to the public.” Christy was charged with third-degree falsely reporting a crime. Police charged...
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