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An Iraqi man accused of killing his wife in their California home wept uncontrollably in court for the first say of his trial Tuesday.
The news has hit her like a wrecking ball. The 'Adore You' singer took to Twitter to mourn the death of the cute Alaskan Klee Kai she's owned since 2011.
The assessment by Malaysian and Australian officials underscored the lack of knowledge authorities have about what happened on Flight 370. It also points to a scenario that becomes more likely with every passing day — that the fate of the Boeing 777 and the 239 people on it might remain a mystery forever.
Keating, an Arizona resident, was known for his role as head of California-based Lincoln Savings and Loan, whose 1989 collapse at the time ranked as the costliest thrift crash in U.S. history. It cost U.S. taxpayers $3.4 billion.
Terrorism victims are celebrating a concrete victory in their decades-long quest to hold Iran accountable for its role in the 9/11 attacks and other horrific incidents. They won the right last week to seize a $500 million Midtown office tower linked to Iran and are near a deal with the feds to distribute the assets of the property, lawyers said.
The insurance broker for former “30 Rock” star Tina Fey accepted the fault for an erroneous $79,000 legal judgment that said the actress failed to pay for workers’ compensation insurance for her staff.
The Atlanta-based company is booting 250 of its unionized drivers from its Maspeth facility because they walked off the job for 90 minutes Feb. 26 to protest the dismissal of a long-time employee, UPS told the Daily News.
Brooklyn: Re “No cure at all” (editorial, March 31): My wife worked at Long Island College Hospital. When Harold Light was CEO more than 15 years ago, she came home from a meeting in which he announced that the hospital had solved its finances by bringing in more physicians who would keep beds full.
Siegel: Growing up in New York, you don’t realize different things are elsewhere. I thought the rest of America was like what I knew — black, Puerto Rican, Irish, Italian, Catholic and Jewish, guilt-ridden, streetwise, bookish and loud — until I was in my early 20s and actually saw some of the rest of it.
Cupp: After a horde of Republican Presidential contenders from Gov. Chris Christie to Sen. Ted Cruz descended on Las Vegas to speak in front of the Republican Jewish Coalition — and kiss the ring of PAC billionaire benefactor Sheldon Adelson — one contender’s absence was noted.
Fitzpatrick and Williams: Contained in this year’s state budget is an unmistakable message: If you’re a corrupt legislator or elected official, your life is about to get a lot more difficult in New York State. The agreement reached between Gov.
The looming wreckage of President Obama’s Mideast peace push could lead to the freedom of a man held captive decades in excess of what justice demands. All the rest looks to be a disaster.
Lobbysists are brazen. Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is smug. They make an ugly couple.
If you’re a high-school kid, it would be hard not to feel just a wee bit jealous of Kwasi Enin. But if you’re a New Yorker and an American, it’s impossible not to feel immensely proud of the young man.
THE Coops are going to the rats. The Allerton Coops are under siege by an army of large, aggressive rodents, and tenants are blaming what they call a band-aid response by management for the infestation.
Nuney, we hardly knew ye. In a move that put a different kind of jolt into the pre-game moments of the Yankees’ season opener in Houston, utility infielder Eduardo Nunez was designated for assignment, a move that general manager Brian Cashman said was a “tough call.”
Derek Jeter spent Tuesday afternoon lunching with former President George H.W. Bush (No. 41), former First Lady Barbara Bush and Jeter’s old Yankee teammate Roger Clemens at Katch 22, a Houston hotspot owned by one of the Rocket’s four sons, Kory.
Ville Leino was happy to bask in some rare cheers after netting the winning goal in the shootout. “Today was awesome,” Leino said after scoring in the ninth round of the shootout to give the Buffalo Sabres a 3-2 win over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night.
A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it reference in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” will make true comic-book fans wide-eyed with excitement.
Long Island City rap icon Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones — better known as Nas — released his debut album “Illmatic” on April 19, 1994 — and scholars, artists and current residents of the Queensbridge Houses still sing its praises today.