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82 teachers accused of using fake vax cards ordered back on city payroll

The teachers are believed to have skirted the city’s vaccine mandate.

OnlyFans star says she's a wonderful mom — but people keep reporting her to the cops

Lucy Banks has been reported to the police several times, had a brick thrown into her house and endured hateful abuse from countless people.

Florida bans Medicaid use on gender-affirming treatments

Florida is implementing new language to Medicaid program rules stating that it would not cover services for the treatment of gender dysphoria.

Can't lose weight by dieting alone? Researchers have bad news for you

Those who fall in the bottom 20% for rate of weight loss while following a low-calorie diet are considered to have a "diet-resistant"-type of obesity.

Can you outsmart the ocean? Spot the hidden fish in this underwater optical illusion

The sea creature hiding among the coral is an example of nature's optical illusion: camouflage.

New York must save the Central Park Boathouse — here's how to get the job done

Salvation for the Big Apple icon could be in sight — sooner than later, if city officials rise to the occasion.

Covert alligator is virtually invisible in video showing creature enter Texas waters

Entering shallow water filled with bright green duckweed, a lone alligator can be seen slowly submerging into the plants.

Dad says this is why he won't let teen daughter go on a date

The dad shared his story on a popular Reddit forum and asked users if they thought he overstepped when he made his decision. 

Missing the Choco Taco? Try these creative takes on Klondike's discontinued classic

The square Klondike bar's quirky, underrated sibling could be poised for a quick comeback — that is, if New Yorkers have anything to say about it.

SoulCycle to hit brakes on nearly 25% of its locations

Four New York City locations will be amongst the ones to close -- Grand Central, Soho, Park Slope, and West 92nd St -- along with a Hamptons outpost, sources said.