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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday ordered military forces in central Russia on combat alert as well as a drill of airborne troops, a day after Ukraine ordered a cease-fire with pro-Russian rebels.
A 26-year-old motorist speeding along a Bruckner Expressway overpass died after his car plowed through a guardrail and fell 25 feet onto the highway below, authorities and stunned witnesses said Friday.
In an exclusive piece for the Daily News, Trump quoted an unnamed detective who called the $40 million settlement the city has agreed to pay the wrongfully convicted quintet “the heist of the century.”
Having announced a “moral obligation to right this injustice,” Mayor de Blasio is set to approve a stunning $40 million settlement of the suit filed by the five men convicted and freed in the 1989 Central Park jogger beating and rape.
Mayor de Blasio and the City Council feted their budget agreement Thursday night with self-congratulation and upbeat talk about new initiatives, such as improved mental health care for Rikers Island prisoners and more police in public housing.
Philmont, N.Y.: Why the sudden attack on Dr. Oz (“Big fat lies,” June 18)?
Fifty years ago Saturday, in rural Mississippi, three young men went to check on parishioners after the Ku Klux Klan had burned down their church and beaten them bloody.
A teacher's aide at a Staten Island high school had a torrid love affair with one of her students that culminated in her resignation, an investigation revealed.
As the chairman of Major League Baseball’s playing rules committee, Sandy Alderson helped put the new home-plate collision rule into effect this season. After a compromise with the Players Association and nearing the halfway mark of the season, most people in MLB are confused by the rule, including the Mets’ general manager.
A crew of cruel crooks lured a 32-year-old man out of a Bronx restaurant to attack him and steal his cash and cell phone, authorities said Friday.
David Blatt went overseas to chase his basketball dreams. He’s coming back to fulfill them. One of Europe’s top coaches, Blatt was hired Friday by the Cavaliers, who ended a sweeping, 39-day search with an out-of-the-box selection they hope changes their fortunes.
Top prospect Joel Embiid had surgery on the stress fracture in his right foot Friday, and now he waits. He waits to see how far he falls in the NBA draft Thursday night. He waits to see how long it will be before he can hit the court again. He waits to see how he responds to an injury that has a history of giving NBA big men problems.
Police are looking for a fearsome female foursome who went on a mugging spree in Manhattan last month, robbing four victims in less than an hour.
His back is back. In what seems like a recovery out of the blue, Tiger Woods Friday announced he will return to action next week at the Quicken Loans National, the tournament he hosts at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
Like many other Internet shows that make the jump to traditional TV, “Terry the Tomboy” may not be ready for a full-length movie quite yet.
Taylor Swift has an adorable new kitty named Olivia Benson. The singer, a self-described huge fan of “Law & Order: SVU,” named her after Mariska Hargitay’s character on the show.
A new bar belonging to “Mob Wives” star Big Ang has closed its doors just a month after opening.
If you thought the only “Musketeers” you ever want to see again is the candy bar, this new series might change your mind.
My opinion on the settlement of the Central Park Jogger case is that it’s a disgrace. A detective close to the case, and who has followed it since 1989, calls it “the heist of the century.”
The look on Carlos Beltran’s face told you everything you needed to know. No, not the big smile that broke out as he rounded third and saw his teammates waiting to mob him at the plate. That expression was nothing more than a brief moment of joy as he celebrated the Yankees’ most dramatic victory of the season.