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A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Roger Clemens to share with his chief steroid accuser hundreds of juicy documents related to the damage-control campaign the Rocket launched in the aftermath of 2007’s Mitchell Report on doping in baseball.
Jason Kidd put on his mean mug after the second-quarter buzzer, grilling the referee while shouting on his way to the locker room. Kidd's frustrations boiled over during Wednesday's 110-81 ugly defeat at the Garden.
The dream no longer seems completely unrealistic. The Knicks continue to nudge closer to improbably joining the Nets in the playoffs later this month, ripping apart their local rivals to multiple chants of “Brooklyn (stinks)” in front of new boss Phil Jackson, 110-81, on Wednesday night at the Garden.
A year after having surgery on his right wrist, Mark Teixeira says it doesn’t really hurt but it doesn’t feel quite the same either. He calls it “the new normal,” which may be a way of explaining the lack of pop in his bat these days.
Typically even-keeled Joe Johnson picked up a technical for just the 14th time in his 13 seasons on Wednesday night. His offense was arguing a call, but, clearly he had a point.
It was a dreadful game at the Garden on Wednesday night for the Nets, and not only because they were beaten down the court and beaten up inside during a 110-81 loss.
IQUIQUE, Chile — A powerful 7.6-magnitude aftershock hit Chile’s far-northern coast late Wednesday night, shaking the same area where a magnitude-8.2 earthquake hit just a day before causing some damage and six deaths.
The Knicks will waltz — and we mean, waltz — into the playoffs if they keep playing this way and run into teams like the Nets. They won’t even need the help of the Hawks, whether they’re tanking or not.
The Ottawa Senators have exhausted all of their wiggle room in the Eastern Conference playoff race. With just five games remaining, the Senators are five points below the postseason cutoff and have four teams ahead of them.
Daily News Baseball Columnist John Harper and MLB Insider Andy Martino are Emmy Award winners for their work on a 2013 SNY special about Alex Rodriguez’s season-long suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s drug program.The network’s June 4 “Sportsnite” coverage of the A-Rod news earned an Emmy this week in the sportscast category.
The road to a Daily News Golden Gloves championship is often a long and arduous one, but sometimes it can come with just one punch.
If Ryan McDonagh needs two weeks of rest to get healthy for the playoffs, so be it. That’s the cautious approach the Rangers may adopt – needing just three points in five remaining games to clinch a playoff berth – after their top defenseman injured his left shoulder in Tuesday night’s 3-1 win in Vancouver on a hit by Canucks forward Alex Burrows.
It will be the first sit-down between the NYPD and the task force of industry leaders and civil rights groups since it was formed last fall to address complaints of racial profiling in city department stores.
Chris Young made his Met debut Wednesday, but it lasted only one inning because his tight right quad acted up again. Young came out of the game after feeling a twinge while pursuing a foul ball toward the left-field line. He may be facing a trip to the disabled list.
Lawmakers Wednesday turned up the heat on General Motors, accusing the automaker of criminal deceit in its handling of a deadly parts defect.
Note to self: If you ever take that job at Waffle House as head of security, issue ID cards for all employees. No exceptions. Here’s why:
New Yorkers spent 12.6% of their per capita income in 2011 on state and local taxes, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Tax Foundation.
City Councilman Ben Kallos had told the Board of Elections to hand in a plan on how it would fix problems identified in an investigation. Instead, officials sent in a response that dismissed most of the probe's recommendations as outdated.
The judge who tossed a $680 million sexual-abuse suit brought by former students against Yeshiva University erred by acting like a lawyer for the school, the plaintiffs claim.
In another break from the Bloomberg era, the de Blasio administration Wednesday vowed to do a better job of “making sure regular New Yorkers” fill the jobs being created in the city’s growing tech sector.