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Awkward! An Italian senior who hired a hooker was left stunned when his son's girlfriend showed up. The 70-year-old, from Treviso, couldn't believe his eyes when his future daughter-in-law knocked on his door.
Yo engaged couples, we're really happy for you… but Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Paris wedding will be the greatest spring wedding of all time.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) has not yet spoken to Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) after their congressional clash during a House Oversight Committee hearing Wednesday. Issa, who chairs the committee, closed down the proceedings, featuring ex-IRS official Lois Lerner, before Cummings could get a word in edgewise.
The city will drop its legal challenge to a controversial new law that makes it easier to sue the police for racial profiling, Mayor de Blasio said Wednesday. But the law’s future remains uncertain.
Declaring that New York is 'losing' under Gov. Cuomo, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino announced Wednesday he will run for governor. In a video released on his website, Astorino said he will seek the Republican nomination. He’ll face what even Republicans concede would be an uphill battle against Cuomo.
Two cases of Legionnaire’s disease that sickened a pair of residents of Co-op City over the course of nearly two years was withheld by management of the 15,000-unit North Bronx complex until now, the Daily News has learned.
Mayor de Blasio is headed to Chicago on Thursday to hobnob with other prominent mayors in his second out-of-town appearance since taking office. Hizzoner will be at the University of Chicago for the “Leading America’s Big Cities in the 21st Century” seminar, along with three other big-city mayors: Chicago’s Rahm Emanuel, Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles and Kasim Reed of Atlanta.
Hillary Clinton says Russian strongman Vladimir Putin is tapping Adolf Hitler’s playbook to justify his invasion of Ukraine. Speaking before a group of California college students, the former U.S. Secretary of State said the Nazi leader used the same kind of lies to start World War II.
Sitt and Miranda: A slew of reporting about perceived tension between Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio over specific policy priorities is obscuring clear opportunities for our city and state leaders to work together.
Thumbing its nose at a high-powered drive to raise wages for 12,000 service workers at the metropolitan area’s three major airports, United Airlines is dropping the hammer on cleaners at its Newark terminals.
Louis: Politicians opposed to charter schools made a great show of outrage over the fact that thousands of charter school students traveled to Albany this week to plead for a cease-fire in the war on their future.
Volunteering for an uphill slog, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino announced Wednesday that he’s challenging Gov. Cuomo for reelection.
Bloomfield, N.J.: I don’t totally blame the uninformed people who voted for Barack Obama in 2008. I blame the Kool-Aid drinkers who voted for him in 2012. Take a good look at the world around you.
A HIGH-SPEED wreck in Queens that left seven people hospitalized is being probed by the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau because the car that caused the smashup was fleeing police, cop sources said.
House Speaker John Boehner is balking at President Obama’s call to raise the minimum wage, but members of his own party favored a hike — eight years ago.
The state has better things to do with its education funds than provide more money to charter schools, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said Wednesday.“There are children who are sitting in trailers for years because we don’t have the physical facilities to put them into buildings,” Silver (D-Manhattan) said.
Belle Knox, with a dozen skin-flicks under her belt, was back in Los Angeles on Wednesday preparing for another porn casting call. The budding porn star — featured in films like “Lick My Lips” and “How Do You Like It?” — hopes to screw her way all the way to graduation.
A Midtown restaurant will sell a $250 hamburger — an unami bomb comprised of Kobe beef, foie gras, crispy pancetta, white truffles and caviar. Ketchup and mayonnaise are complimentary.
This isn’t Carrie Bradshaw’s bus tour. The company that brought Sex and the City expeditions to the West Village and Sopranos fans to the Bada Bing in New Jersey now has its sights set on Greenpoint.
Rego Park Italian staple Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant shuttered on Sunday after 66 years, and its iconic pink neon sign and adjacent marquee will soon vanish too.