Login for Bowdoin-only view | ?
NY Daily News
RSS Feed of NYDN stories.
Updated: 6 min ago
Chobani Greek yogurt founder Hamdi Ulukaya countered in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that his ex-wife, Ayse Giray, is making the false claim so she can get a portion of the mega-successful company.
Justin Bieber made a big splash in Miami when he reportedly rented out five suites in a hotel. As he prepares to face trial on May 5 in Florida for DUI charges, the 20-year-old is still apparently partying like a rock star in the sunny city.
In the latest late night toss up the big question is who will replace David Letterman. But before CBS can tackle that monster, they've been thinking about the 12:30 time slot currently occupied by "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson."
The unidentified student, being questioned by New Rochelle police, called into the New York school's finance department around 12:06 p.m. Friday over a bill payment issue when the threat was made, according to police. The school was locked down for nearly three hours.
The Boston Red Sox have received their 2013 World Series championship rings. They were presented Friday during a ceremony that also honored victims of the Boston Marathon bombing and two Boston firefighters who died in a fire last week.
Police are looking for an irksome prankster who has been defecating on the slides of a kiddie park. The so-called “Mystery Pooper” leaves his or her fecal calling card in Ypsilanti’s popular Prospect Park.
The "Hell's Kitchen" host ran into a trademark problem with the LA eatery and rather than change the name, he closed it and opened a new restaurant, cutting partner Rowen Seibel out of the business, according to the lawsuit.
David Letterman’s decision to exit late night television will help pad his CBS confederate Craig Ferguson’s own retirement fund.
Justin Supine, the street artist who went into hiding after video surfaced showing him scaling the Ed Koch-Queensboro Bridge for an art installation, surrendered to the NYPD on Friday.
Los Angeles photographer Mike Kelley funneled eight hours of take-offs from Los Angeles International Airport into one extraordinary composite shot.
The Seattle Seahawks locked up coach Pete Carroll with a three-year contract extension Friday after he led the franchise to its first Super Bowl title. The extension runs through the 2016 season.
The brawling bride, flying from England to Barcelona, is seen wearing a white veil as she repeatedly smashes her fist down on a fellow female passenger who's also smacked around by the bride’s apparent sidekick.
A Phoenix man who told police he killed his 12-year-old half brother last month because he “just felt like killing” is now accused of fatally stabbing a cellmate, authorities said Thursday.
What's red, blue and striped all over? Why, the latest Spider-Man inspired ice cream, of course.
Need it now beauty products that deliver quick results: Perfect hair, plump lips, pretty nails and glowing skin are just a few reasons why this week's products will make you silly-happy despite the icky weather.
Students at Ballard Elementary School in Gansevoort — about 40 miles north of Albany — got to spend an entire day with Batman after their principal, Michael Huchro, agreed to dress up as the caped crusader on Friday.
It was mighty tempting. But Sherry Whitesides and her 12-year-old son ultimately did the right thing. But first they took took a selfie of them laughing, and practically drooling, over 114 $100 bills that had literally dropped in front of them.
Yasiel Puig was scratched from the starting lineup after arriving late for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ home opener on Friday. The rest of the team was already on the field stretching before batting practice while Puig was getting dressed in the clubhouse.
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston announce that he's writing a memoir — much of which will focus on his experiences playing the cancer-stricken high school teacher turned meth kingpin on the hit drama.
Don Draper may not say things like "fabulosity," but the 25-year-old Jon Hamm did. The 43-year-old "Mad Men" actor was a contestant on a dating show called "The Big Date" in 1996 and the flashback footage of the episode has made the rounds on YouTube.