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The Daily News called The New York Post “a down-market New York tabloid newspaper” in its story on the outrage that erupted in response to

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)
(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

The Daily News called The New York Post “a down-market New York tabloid newspaper” in its story on the outrage that erupted in response to the Post‘s Sunday front page about a slain Hasidic businessman. The Post issued a non-apology apology and both tabloids (downmarket or not) are still going strong on the story. (New York Daily News/ The New York Post)

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