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William Prokos allegedly swindled $6,000 from an unsuspecting couple by letting out the vacant Linden property to them last month. Cops are now hunting the 35-year-old Kearny and Cliffside Park resident, who faces charges of burglary and theft by deception.
A Texas driver is lucky to be alive after running a red light and getting hit by a train. Shocking surveillance footage shows Ranuel Arreola-Moreno zipping around a Houston crossing barrier in a bid to beat the oncoming locomotive.
A German town has banned a couple from calling their child Wikileaks. Hajar Hamalaw, 28, reportedly wanted to name his newborn after Julian Assange's online whistle-blowing site.
The 16-year-old pals were dropped off by their parents at the Jasmine Massage Parlor, in Osceola, for a sports rubdown to relax strains sustained during surfing. But they ended up slap bang in the middle of a prostitution bust.
In July 2010, Joe McSpedon, a U.S. government official, flew to Barcelona to put the final touches on a secret plan to build a social media project aimed at undermining Cuba's communist government. McSpedon and his team of high-tech contractors had come in from Costa Rica and Nicaragua, Washington and Denver.
"The Biggest Loser" winner Rachel Frederickson has packed on a few extra pounds and couldn't be happier about it. Frederickson, 24, who was attacked for her drastic 155-pound slim down, opened up in this week's issue of Us Weekly about her shocking transformation and how she’s finally at her goal weight.
The heads of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, who announced their separation in October, were seen holding hands and smiling as they made their way through LAX airport.
A deranged soldier dressed in combat fatigues opened fire Wednesday at Fort Hood, killing three people in a flash of violence that brought back memories of the 2009 mass shooting that left 13 dead at the Army base in Texas.
Police are looking for the men who murdered a 24-year-old newlywed with a baby on the way in cold blood Tuesday morning. Nathan Trapuzzano was taking his morning walk near his home in Indianapolis between 5:45 and 6 a.m. when he was gunned down, authorities said.
A callous gunman who fired several rounds into a pair of Brooklyn stores injured one man and sent others scrambling for cover on Wednesday, cops and witnesses said.
Twenty-one people — seeking a license to work as truck or bus drivers — paid state Department of Motor Vehicle employees as much as $4,000 to get answers to the specialized exams, according to the Manhattan district attorney.
A Metropolitan Opera soprano celebrated 'the land of the free-ee-ee-ee,' giving a vibrant rendition of the national anthem Wednesday, before Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson led her and 149 other new U.S. citizens in the oath of allegiance.
A special education contractor at city preschools overbilled New Yorkers for over $875,000, state Controller Thomas DiNapoli said Wednesday. An audit found that TheraCare Preschool Services flouted state requirements by doling out $474,000 in improper bonuses to 108 employees over a three-year period.
Suspected Filipino insurgents seized a Chinese tourist and a hotel receptionist from a dive resort in eastern Malaysia and then fled in a speed boat, Malaysian and Philippine officials said Thursday.
Lawmakers have introduced a bill to prevent a sequel to the page-turning drama of the Queens Library. The state legislation, which will be proposed Thursday, aims to curb runaway spending in the borough’s library system — as epitomized by embattled head Thomas Galante.
The Supreme Court struck down limits Wednesday in federal law on the overall campaign contributions the biggest individual donors may make to candidates, political parties and political action committees.
It's an absurdity too gross to be insisted upon. The Supreme Court majority must have missed their morning paper before again ruling that the more money that comes into politics, the better.
Schneiderman: This week, Michael Lewis, the author of the new book “Flash Boys,” told “60 Minutes” that “the stock market is rigged” by exchanges and high-frequency traders that use superfast computers, lightning-quick data networks and complex algorithms to execute enormous volumes of stock trades in milliseconds.
A dozen years ago, the loved ones of men and women murdered on 9/11 set out to seek whatever measure of justice could be achieved in U.S. courts. Their chances of success seemed exceedingly remote.
In the wake of 13 deaths linked to defective ignition switches, General Motors CEO Mary Barra has shown aggressive contrition in testifying in front of Congress.