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Can I be denied service at a restaurant for dining alone?

Dear John: Recently I was refused service at Serafina restaurant on West 55th Street. The hostess said that because I was dining alone, I could not have a table outside unless I was willing to share it with a stranger. Is this legal? Isn’t it …

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NYC is screwing citizens by housing the homeless

Let’s face it: Nobody really knows what to do about the homeless crisis. The sheer numbers of 60,000 people in city shelters and nearly 4,000 more on the streets — many in the latter group psychotic, drug-addicted and violent — overwhelm the best-intended plans to …

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IT staffers may have compromised sensitive data to foreign intelligence

Federal authorities are investigating whether sensitive data was stolen from congressional offices by several Pakistani-American tech staffers and sold to Pakistani or Russian intelligence, knowledgeable sources say. What started out 16 months ago as a scandal involving the alleged theft of computer equipment from Congress …

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Comey’s Clinton investigation didn’t make sense to me either

Dear John: Last week you printed a letter from an FBI agent commenting on how strange ex-FBI Director James Comey’s investigation of Hillary Clinton was. It took me back a year in time, when I was incredulous with the conduct of the investigation. As a …

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NY pols play fast and loose with ObamaCare costs – just to bash Trump

New York Democrats, like Gov. Cuomo and Sen. Chuck Schumer, play games with the costs of ObamaCare to make it look good and President Trump bad. But the costs keep rising, and one way or another, Americans are stuck with the bill. Take Tuesday’s news …

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How to make a mint off the homeless in de Blasio’s New York

You’ve got to hand it to developer Mark Stagg: He sure knows how to milk the most from city government — with the eager cooperation of Team de Blasio. We noted last month that Stagg had pulled a bait-and-switch on a proposed apartment building in …

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So, just how guaranteed is your freedom of speech online?

Following the violence in Charlottesville, Internet businesses have been disassociating themselves from far-right political groups. PayPal decided to prohibit users from accepting donations “to promote hate, violence and intolerance”; 34 organizations were affected by the ban. Earlier, both GoDaddy and Google refused to host The …

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Letting kids into ‘R’ films makes movie-going insufferable

With its compelling action scenes and incoherent plot, the Charlize Theron spy thriller “Atomic Blonde” received mixed reviews. Even critics who praised it acknowledged its flaws. No one, however, thought it was kiddie fare. Except, that is, the people sitting next to us at the …

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Trump’s ‘cure’ for the opioid crisis is bound to just make it worse

Last week, President Trump promised to “spend a lot of time, a lot of effort and a lot of money on the opioid crisis,” which he declared a “national emergency.” Judging from the president’s campaign rhetoric and his comments since taking office, which have focused …

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Taming North Korea — without firing a shot

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis insist that the United States will seek to stop North Korea’s nuclear-missile program through economic pressure “backed by military options.” There is a middle ground, however — and it might be the most effective way …

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