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If you can gulp hard and swallow the premise of “Tyrant,” you’ll find another hard, dark, intense FX drama about a world in which a lot of the normal rules don't seem to apply.
Washington Heights has its own 3D printing shop, 3D Heights, located on Broadway and W. 172nd St.
Q: Can I turn myself in to Immigration for deportation proceedings so I can apply for a cancellation of removal green card? I have been here almost 15 years.
WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE IN VIDEO. I was on a southbound No. 4 train en route to Chinatown, where I was going to meet a friend for dinner. Without warning, a man on the train made the unwise decision to make me the target of a sexual assault. He tried to rub himself against me by taking advantage of a packed subway train.
Straphangers throughout the city reported being the victim of creeps bumping, grinding, groping, flashing or assaulting them more than 3,000 times over a five-year period — and Grand Central Station was the epicenter of the subway sleaze, an unprecedented Daily News data analysis of NYPD subway crime data revealed.
Two city slumlords were tossed in jail after they repeatedly refused to make basic repairs.
A-Rod wants to return to 15 Central Park West, but the building’s management is calling foul on the slugger, a source tells Confidenti@l.
He doesn’t have deep dimples or hot abs, but that hasn’t stopped Ed Sheeran from becoming one of today’s most squeezable teen idols.
LOS ANGELES — Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Harvey and the soap opera "The Young and the Restless" were among the 41st annual Daytime Emmy winners. "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" received its eighth trophy as outstanding entertainment talk show at the awards ceremony Sunday in Beverly Hills.
Israel bombed targets inside Syria early Monday in response to a cross-border attack that killed an Israeli teenager the previous day, military officials said.
Former Taliban prisoner Bowe Bergdahl was released from a Texas military hospital Sunday, a key step in his road to recovery, Army officials said.
Hank Greenberg, chief executive of C.V. Starr & Co., topped the inaugural list of Crain’s New York Business’ “200 Most-Connected New Yorkers.”
It is an ironic celebration. With the Mets struggling for any offense this season the players in the dugout decided to celebrate each and every hit. They choose to wave white towels, usually the universal sign of surrender, over their heads every time a Met got a hit.
The title for this one is "His Left Foot." And it's not an inspiring story. Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira had to leave Sunday's 8-0 loss to the Orioles in the bottom of the eighth inning after being hit on the left foot by a T.J.
Sen. Chuck Schumer said Sunday he feared the Chikungunya virus, which is carried by mosquitoes, could spread as soccer fans return from Brazil to their home countries.
Carmelo Anthony will notify the Knicks on Monday, via mail, that he is opting out of the final year of his contract and that he plans to test the free agent market.
The Yankees caught a huge break when Mark Teixeira avoided one to his toes. X-rays on the switch-hitting first baseman’s foot were negative following the Yankees’ 8-0 loss to Baltimore on Sunday after he was hit by a pitch from T.J. McFarland while batting right-handed in the eighth inning.
Sunday, the Yankees made sure Goose Gossage’s legendary mustache will live in the Bronx forever. During the 68th annual Old-Timers’ Day festivities, Gossage became the 28th Yankee to be honored with a plaque in Monument Park.
An undercover investigation by the London Telegraph and London’s Channel 4 Dispatches program found that the president of Ghana’s Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, agreed to have his team play in international matches whose results would be fixed.
A Washington state babysitter took on the wrong child.