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The three-day Women in the World Summit kicking off Thursday honors heroines from the war zones of Syria, Congo and Ukraine, many who are risking their lives every day.Let’s see the Kardashians keep up with that.
First-ever marijuana advertisement lighting up Times Square is for Weedmaps, which is essentially a Yelp for pot.
Amar’e Stoudemire was held out of Monday’s game against the Utah Jazz, a decision Stoudemire claims was made before the West Coast trip that concluded with two games over 24 hours. Mike Woodson, though, said the veteran power forward was experiencing knee soreness.
Travis Zajac of the New Jersey Devils took a lot of grief considering his scored the first of his career-best three goals just 12 seconds into a crucial game against the Florida Panthers.
Oakmont Resources in Manhattan Supreme Court filings claimed former CEO Aaron Thomas embezzled more than $7 million to fund a lavish lifestyle that included luxury cars, private jets, exotic vacations — and $20,000 breast implants for his beloved.
Boardwalk Empire stars Bobby Cannavale and Gretchen Mol were among a bevy of celebs evacuated from a Lower East side building Monday when firefighters spotted cracks in the structure’s support beams, officials said.
Frank Kaminsky III cut a piece of twine from the net at Honda Center in Anaheim Saturday. Delirious Wisconsin fans showered him with chants of “Frank the Tank!” The 7-footer has never stood taller.
Uh, Sandy, about those 90 wins. Would that be with this Mets bullpen? Or is there something else in mind that Terry Collins and 42,442 already disheartened fans need to know about right away? this Mets bullpen?
One of the more enduring images of the NCAA Tournament took place Sunday following UConn’s win over Michigan State. In the chaos of another Garden win for UConn, Huskies coach Kevin Ollie waved Jim Calhoun down from the stands.
The news was good Monday but President Obama still carries the political yoke of mismanaging his signature health program. Seven months remain until November's crucial mid-term elections in which Obama strains to keep a Senate majority and miraculously win back the House.
The maker of Popsicle treats blasted a rival dessert dealer with a lawsuit Monday for allegedly packaging its frozen confections called Bomb Pops to look like the Firecrackers brand.
We already knew who’s getting into this year’s “Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame.” Now we know who will be inducting them. Or at least most of them.
Find out what's in store for your pet this month!
Is it enough just to be lovers and not share anything deeper than that? It is if you don’t want the relationship to last.
When Cardinal Bergoglio was elected Pope last year no one suspected the extent to which he would capture the world’s attention and affection during his first year in office, yet his humble revolution has catapulted him to rock star status.
Annie Blumenfeld from www.wags4hope.org has a very personal story that led her to help spreading heartworm disease awareness to pet owners across the country.
The lawyer representing one of the daredevil jumpers says that accomplices do not exist. Takes issue with Commissioner Bratton calling the jump a “desecration.”
When Mayor de Blasio, a Boston Red Sox fan, threw out the first pitch at Citi Field on Monday, it reminded many that the last time the Mets won a World Series was against Boston in 1986. And that it’s been five years since the Mets, in the greatest city on the planet, were even in postseason contention.
City College student Thomas Hurt pointed at a computer screen showing a breakdown of his own DNA and said, “That right here, this is me.” Hurt, 26, and dozens of other City College undergraduate students are reconstructing their own ancient family histories as part of coursework for biology professor Michael Hickerson’s Anthropological Genomics class.
Embattled Queens Library boss Thomas Galante should take a leave and stay out of circulation while the latest chapter of his spending and payment scandal plays out, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz said Monday.