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The wife of the unhinged soldier who killed three people and left 16 wounded after opening fire at Fort Hood was “hysterical” the moment she saw on TV that her husband was the gunman, her neighbor said.
The city Health Department had blocked the animals from the performance but a lawyer for the circus said they had worked out the issues and the tigers would be back for Thursday night.
The White House won’t say if it has taken action against Samsung for David Ortiz’s selfie stunt with President Obama, but Press Secretary Jay Carney voiced objection to the company's ploy. The company came clean that it “worked with” the Red Sox slugger in the lead up to his White House visit on how best to use his Galaxy Note 3 phone to share the event with fans.
Whatever strange physical and psychological contradictions create a homecourt advantage, the Nets are infected. They didn’t have it last season – the first in the Barclays Center – when their home and away split was fairly even, having set the franchise record for road victories.
They may have to really wait for it, but unsatisfied "How I Met Your Mother” fans are demanding the writers make amends for the series finale. In a new online petition circling the Web, tons of loyal "HIMYM" viewers signed a request to "rewrite and reshoot" the controversial final episode of the nine-year hit show.
Bronx dance pioneer Joan Miller, who spent decades blazing a trail for borough theater hopefuls at Lehman College, has died. She was 78. The Hudson Heights resident died on March 27, from complications related to diabetes, her publicist said.
A 45-year-old Bronx straphanger was killed Wednesday night when he attempted to “surf” on the roof a No. 6 train, officials said.
A Salvadoran teen abandoned by her parents was finally on Long Island in her uncle’s care on Thursday, rejoicing after being held for six months in immigration detention in California.
The timing couldn’t be any worse for George W. Bush’s art debut. The former President will unveil two dozen portraits of world leaders at his presidential library on Friday, including his portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Kim Kardashian is one of the most talked about celebrities these days. But there’s one international superstar who doesn’t even know who she is. “Honestly, my wife, she don’t even know who Kim Kardashian is,” Nick Cannon said about Mariah Carey during a recent interview on Howard Stern’s radio show.
Carlos Tavarez, 30, dropped off the car at W. 49th St. on Sunday but quickly realized he left a very important package behind, cops said. When he tried to get the drugs back, Port Authority cops were there to arrest him at Newark Airport.
Here's proof that the rat race is truly alive and kicking in New York City. Shocking footage has emerged that apparently shows vermin creeping and crawling all over food at a popular Manhattan Dunkin' Donuts store about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.
The FBI released photos of a child predator who appeared in a video sexually abusing a young boy, in the hopes that someone will recognize him and turn them in.
The North Korean government plans to execute 200 supporters of Jang Song Thaek and ship their families to concentration camps, according to reports. Song Thaek was the uncle of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Here we go again. Danish director Lars von Trier has pumped out “Nymphomaniac: Vol II” just a few weeks after “Vol. I” came out. And the results are the same: zero stars.
Unlike Carano's 2011 movie "Haywire," "In the Blood" benefits from modest ambitions.
Former All-Star outfielder Lenny Dykstra filed a lawsuit Wednesday saying he suffered an unprovoked and brutal beating by deputies in a Los Angeles County jail two years ago.
If you don’t already love lemurs, you will after taking this brief but illuminating tour of the exotic primate’s island home off the African coast.
They partied like it was 1999. Well, for a few moments at least. Derek Jeter's scheduled season-long farewell party began in Houston Wednesday night, where the retiring Yankee captain was feted by former teammates Andy Pettitte, Roger Clemens, and Mike Stanton.
Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson isn't dishing on her U.S. travel ban, but her TV co-host Anthony Bourdain blasted the decision in a Twitter tirade as an embassy official reportedly offered to help.