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  • Japanese ninja student gets top grade for ‘blank’ essay

  • A Japanese university student of ninja history got an “A” for handing in what appeared to be a blank paper but – her professor then realized – turned out was written using an old ninja technique: invisible ink. Eimi Haga, a 19-year-old first-year student at Mie University, used a ninja communication method called “aburidashi,” in...
  • Bail denied for bald reputed mobster known as ‘The Wig’

  • A chrome-domed reputed mobster known as “The Wig” isn’t getting within a hair’s breadth of freedom while awaiting racketeering charges, a Brooklyn judge said Tuesday. Bald alleged Colombo crime-family associate Daniel Capaldo, 54, was ordered held behind bars as the judge noted that the suspect is no stranger to the criminal justice system, including when...
  • Son of reputed Colombo mobster gets out on $1M bail

  • The son of reputed Colombo capo Joseph Amato Sr. was granted release on $1 million bail — four days after federal prosecutors objected to his release because he keeps dropping his dad’s name around town. But Brooklyn federal court Judge Leo Glasser — a bench veteran who presided over the 1992 John Gotti murder trial...
  • Sri Lanka's stunning south coast

  • From secluded beaches, amazing wildlife and beautiful architecture, the southern shores of Sri Lanka are among the island's top attractions.
  • How a tracking device owned by a jealous mobster shook the MTA

  • The Colombo crime family wasn’t the only victim of the GPS tracking device that sparked Thursday’s big mob takedown — it also shook up the New York City bus system. When MTA mechanics found the tracker during a routine maintenance inspection in November 2016, the Staten Island depot where it was located was evacuated and...

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