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Jharrel Jerome ‘mauled’ by fans after taking Emmy to Chipotle

Jharrel Jerome says he recently took his Emmy to Chipotle — and it was a mistake.

“That was the worst thing that I could do. I just got mauled,” Jerome — who won the 2019 award for Outstanding Lead Actor for his work in “When They See Us” — told us. “I still ordered a chicken burrito,” he added, speaking to us at the Time 100 Next event on Thursday at Pier 17.

The Bronx native said of winning the award, “It was incredible to see so many people that I look up to stand and cheer for me.”

Damaged caused by Hurricane Dorian totals $3.4B in the Bahamas

That’s equivalent to the United States losing the combined economies of Florida, California and Texas, the Miami Herald reported. The scale of the damage means the Bahamas has a difficult path to reconstruction.

The official death toll from the monster storm stands at 67, but the report said 282 people were still missing as of late October. Nearly 29,500 people lost homes or jobs — or both — when the Category 5 storm hit Grand Bahama and Abaco islands in early September.

Abaco was hardest hit, suffering 87 percent of the damage. More than 75 percent of all homes were damaged on the island.

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Cinematographer Roberto Schaefer on Gideon Raff’s Thriller ‘The Red Sea Diving Resort’

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The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ panel at BravoCon was a family affair

The “Vanderpump Rules” panel at BravoCon had some familiar faces in the crowd.

Scheana Shay’s boyfriend was sitting with Raquel Leviss and Beau Clark in the audience for the panel. Leviss is dating longtime cast member James Kennedy and Clark is engaged to Stassi Schroeder.

Ken Todd was spotted in a separate section, cheering on his wife Lisa.

Lech Majewski on ‘Valley of the Gods,’ Navaho Mythology, Josh Hartnett, Keir Dullea

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Turkey sends alleged American ISIS fighter back to US

Turkish media identified the man as Muhammad Darwis B., 39, The Associated Press reported.

Turkey’s controversial President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, visited the White House on Wednesday and discussed the offensive in Syria with President Trump.

Turkey captured suspected ISIS members after crossing the boarder into Syria. It says foreigners are being returned to their home countries.

Mesmerizing photo of leaping rabbits wins top nature photo award

These bunnies are top dogs.

A snap of a pair of leaping rabbits won top honors in an annual contest for Nature Photographer of the Year.

Csaba Daroczi took the winning photo at dawn near the Hungarian village of Bocsa.

He bested 14,000 entrants from 73 countries to get the prize of $3,300.

I’m a firefighter — do I have to join in with the locker room banter?

I was at a company retreat where there was a lot of time spent having meals and cocktails. I’ve heard that one or two people felt uncomfortable with my behavior one night. I wasn’t drunk and I can’t think of anything that I did. Should I ignore this or address it?

Gregory Giangrande is a chief human resources and communications officer in the media industry. Email your career questions to [email protected] Follow Greg on Twitter: @greggiangrande. His “Go to Greg” podcast series is available on iTunes.

Straphanger kicks rider in face during Queens subway spat

A rider kicked another straphanger in the face during a fight on the subway in Queens, cops said.

The encounter occurred around 9 p.m. Saturday when the two men started arguing over the unknown man holding the train doors open on the northbound E train at the 74th Street and Roosevelt Avenue subway stop, according to police.

The fight spilled out onto the platform and, at one point, the unknown man kicked the 41-year-old man in the face while he was picking up his phone, police said.

Police released a photo of the unknown attacker Saturday.

Man struck and killed by train at East Harlem subway stop: cops

A man using a walker was struck and killed by a train in East Harlem on Sunday morning, officials said.

The man was struck by a No. 2 train at the 116th Street station near Lenox Avenue around 8:30 a.m., cops said.

It was unclear how the man ended up on the tracks.

Buzzzz-o-Meter: Stars Are Buzzing About This Phone That Limits Screen Time

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A List of Things That Happened in 'AHS: 1984' That Didn't Make Any Sense at All

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