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About 100 dogs got their own day at a pre-Carnival bash in Rio de Janeiro.
The de Blasio administration has settled its first labor contract, a quick deal with 200 environmental officers that could signal a smoother period of labor relations after the cold war between the unions and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Taxi driver Khairul Amin had his cab license suspended and his livelihood taken away for months on a bogus arrest in which the charges against him were ultimately dismissed.
They’re ready to fill in. Nearly 200 laid off repair workers are sitting on the sidelines as New York City does battle with Old Man Winter, who has littered the streets with thousands of massive potholes.
The NYPD's most-sued cop is also among its biggest overtime earners. Detective Peter Valentin, who the Daily News exclusively reported on Sunday has been sued an amazing 28 times since 2006, was in the 99th percentile of the department’s overtime earners in 2012 and 2013, records show.
State legislative Democrats waited two decades for a New York City mayor from their party, but now that their wish has come true, many want him to slow down.
Carmelo Anthony made an All-Star record eight 3-pointers and scored 30 points, and the Eastern Conference overcame Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin and the Western Conference for a 163-155 victory Sunday night.
Send in the clowns — please! As the “Greatest Show on Earth” returns to Brooklyn Thursday, circus folk fear a national clown shortage is on the horizon.
From fresh kimchi to gefilte fish, immigrant seniors across Queens participating in the city’s Meals-on-Wheels program have seen their enthnically diverse menu options replaced with whitewashed entrees like Salisbury steak and spinach.
About the only joke missing in this new kids’ show about two ducks who deliver bread is that their favorite loaf is quacked wheat.
The seeds of freedom can take root in the strangest places, as this meticulous and fascinating documentary about black soldiers in World War II again demonstrates.
The city will stop its fight to fire a Hasidic cop who refused to trim his beard.
As bad as it is in the Garden right now for the Knicks, next year could be even worse for Jim Dolan. But if all goes according to plan, All-Star Sunday in 2015 at the Garden could at least give us something positive to talk about for years to come, and maybe even decades.
Every move the Knicks make is done with the idea of keeping Carmelo Anthony happy and, above all else, keeping him in New York.
Kickstarter, the online fund-raising sight used by millions of people to raise capital for creative projects and businesses, said it has repaired a security breach that had let hackers gain access to some of its customers’ data.
Today is Presidents’ Day, a federal, state and local holiday.
Four years ago Cornell made a dynamic run to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16, the deepest run by an Ivy League team since Penn reached the 1979 Final Four. The Big Red was the most talented team in the conference and had just won the Ivy title for a third straight year.
He was long on inspiration, but mum on information. Mayor de Blasio’s pastor pal, Bishop Orlando Findlayter, showed up at his Brooklyn church Sunday with security guards, but refused to shed light on how he dodged a night in jail.
ALBANY — Hurry the frack up! A landowners’ group is challenging New York state’s delay in finishing environmental tests on the impact of drilling for natural gas through hydraulic fracturing, commonly called fracking.
THE MOST prestigious baton in after-hours television, “The Tonight Show,” passes Monday to Jimmy Fallon. This one is also a cross-country handoff, as Fallon moves “Tonight” back to New York for the first time since Johnny Carson shuffled it off to Los Angeles in 1972.