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  • There’s so much more to Peru than Machu Picchu

  • For a good time, head south for the summer — way south. It’s the driest time of year to visit Peru, a country with lush jungles, staggering mountains and citified lures, thanks to the Southern Hemisphere’s mild winter. Sure, nights in the Andes can get chilly, but that’s a small price to pay for photos...
  • Another suspect arrested in connection to David Ortiz shooting

  • An 11th suspect in the shooting of Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was apprehended by authorities in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday. Franklin Junior Meran was busted for allegedly renting one of the cars used in the June 9 shooting at a bar in Santo Domingo, authorities said. Ten other suspects, including the shooter, have...
  • Canadian man gets 26 years for aiding in murder of US troops in Iraq

  • A Canadian man who aided in the 2009 murder of five American soldiers in Iraq was sentenced to 26 years in jail by a Brooklyn federal judge Tuesday — despite objections from the victims’ families. Several of the slain soldiers’ grief-stricken relatives appeared in court to demand that Faruq Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa, 51, spend the...
  • Robin Lehner ‘obviously’ wants Islanders to keep him

  • Robin Lehner is due a raise this summer, and he wants it to come from the Islanders. The pending free-agent goalie starred in his first season with the Isles, posting a career-high 25 wins to go with 13 losses, a 2.13 goals-against average and .930 save percentage and emerging as a finalist for the Vezina...
  • Blooming brides get creative with floral crowns

  • Brides have been accessorizing with floral embellishments since the 1960s, inspired by Elizabeth Taylor’s shiny mane completely entwined with sweet-orange blossoms for her wedding to Richard Burton in 1964. Floral halos, even the masterfully crafted one-offs, are not limited to just the Hollywood set. Every bride on any budget can feel veiled in a bit...
  • A bogus climate-change law from New York’s cynical leaders

  • New York’s leaders seem determined to make this year’s end-of-session legislating the ugliest ever. The latest example: The Climate and Community Protection Act. The act sets ambitious goals for eliminating greenhouse-gas emissions and transitioning to “clean” energy. Lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo reached a deal on it this week — then opted to skip the...

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