Hong Kong demonstrators getting protest tattoos

It’s the permanent mark of protest. Demonstrators taking to the streets of Hong Kong in record numbers are also finding a hip way to visualize their dissent — with protest tattoos. Artists in the city say they have been inundated with requests for ink that includes symbols of outrage, including gas masks, goggles, flags andRead moreRead more

Yankees’ Brett Gardner has to end his bat antics

There is a reason the Yankees keep bending and twisting their roster year to year to keep Brett Gardner on the team, even if he’s only 85 percent the player he used to be. From the start, he has been a teammate’s teammate, a pro’s pro, a guy other players look to for guidance andRead moreRead more

Tekashi 6ix9ine sparks cash-grabbing frenzy at his former Brooklyn school

Good judgment is apparently not part of the curriculum. When notorious rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine showed up at his former middle school in Brooklyn last year, he was welcomed in and gave a spontaneous performance that quickly turned into a “dangerous situation” — when he threw cash at star-struck students, a newly released investigative report obtainedRead moreRead more

Church of Scientology: ‘Leah Remini has blood on her hands’

The Church of Scientology reached out to The Post Friday with an explosive response to word that Leah Remini’s A&E docuseries is going out with a bang. News broke Thursday that the final episode of “Scientology and the Aftermath” will air Aug. 26, at Remini’s behest — it was not canceled. see also Leah ReminisRead moreRead more

Explosive MTA overtime report leads to epic shouting match at board meeting

Labor leaders and a close ally of Gov. Andrew Cuomo dueled over the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s bombshell examination of its soaring overtime tab Friday, trading barbs over the causes of the agency’s runaway labor costs. The furious exchanges between the president of the MTA’s largest union, John Samuelsen — a non-voting board member — andRead moreRead more

Tekashi 6ix9ine sparks cash-grabbing frenzy at his former Brooklyn school

Good judgment is apparently not part of the curriculum. When notorious rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine showed up at his former middle school in Brooklyn last year, he was welcomed in and gave a spontaneous performance that quickly turned into a “dangerous situation” — when he threw cash at star-struck students, a newly released investigative report obtainedRead moreRead more

Prosecutor offered Philadelphia gunman fake sentencing during standoff

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner negotiated a “phony baloney” sentence with the gunman in the harrowing 7 1/2-hour standoff that ended with six cops shot. Krasner jumped on the phone with suspect Maurice Hill while he was holding three people hostage Wednesday night, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Hill wanted to know what kind of punishmentRead moreRead more

Jackie Chan sparks outrage over comments on Hong Kong protests

Protesters in Hong Kong have come out swinging at Jackie Chan after the martial arts legend and actor called the recent events there “sad and depressing.” Chan, who was born in Hong Kong, broke his silence on the pro-democracy demonstrations and said he hoped the semi-autonomous territory “can return to peace soon,” the UK’s ExpressRead moreRead more

Jeffrey Epstein’s gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell spotted at In-N-Out Burger in first photos since his death

Jeffrey Epstein’s former gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell isn’t holed up in her British manor or summering on the Massachusetts coast. More On: ghislaine maxwell Rumored CEO beau of Epstein’s gal pal was accused of assaulting ex-wife Tech CEO tells The Post: I’m not dating Jeffrey Epstein’s gal pal Epstein’s gal pal lying low with newRead moreRead more

Airlines already selling seats on Boeing’s still-grounded 737 MAX planes

Airlines are selling thousands of seats on Boeing’s still-grounded 737 MAX aircraft, betting the planes will be cleared to fly by the time they’re scheduled to take off. American and United are among the airlines that plan to use them for more than 32,600 flights later this year, according to the Sunday Times of London.Read moreRead more