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A youth identified only as Greg came to the event in an attempt to land his first kiss. He succeeded on what he called the first step in a seven-step plan to land a girlfriend.
A bumbling city marshal accidentally locked a clunky yellow boot on Derick Barszcz’s white Jeep Grand Cherokee in front of his Greenpoint home Tuesday.
The 9/11 Museum will waive its $24 admission fee on opening day, but only those with reservations will be able to take advantage of the freebie.
Kourtney Kardashian, 34, and sister Khloe, 29, will take their "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" spinoff series to the popular summer spot for wealthy New Yorkers, E! announced.
A Georgia trio has been accused of a heinous crime — stealing from the graves of babies and veterans.
Kevin Spacey is trying his hand at a whole new house of cards. The 54-year-old actor has been tapped to play late British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in a new World War II film, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
A New Jersey woman feared she lost her 25th wedding anniversary ring at Newark Liberty International Airport — but, luckily, it was found by a TSA agent who knows her diamonds.
NYPD Sgt. Jose Guerrero fights crime in more ways than one — the 15-year veteran patrols the Bronx, then spends most of his free time teaching martial arts to young kids.
If all goes according to the state attorney general's plan, a 56-year-old woman will die by lethal injection on Thursday, becoming the first female convict killed in Mississippi in 70 years.
“Mistaken for Strangers” gives a musical spin on that biblical question: Am I my brother’s keeper?
Three former campaign workers for Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo were officially charged with fraud Wednesday. Betty Julien, Elbin Lopez and Luis Vargas were quietly arrested Tuesday night — eight months after being accused by the elected official of forging signatures for her reelection petitions.
Robert Vineberg, 57, had argued that his 10-bag a day heroin habit means his criminal case should be handled by drug court. But Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Edward McLaughlin rejected that claim in an appearance on Wednesday.
It’s the ‘Un’ and only hairstyle. North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un has decreed that all men in the oppressed nation must get his haircut. The state-issued “fashion guideline” was released about two weeks ago, the Korea Times reported.
A tween model who appeared in a controversial Paris Vogue spread when she was 10 years old has landed her first “grown-up” magazine cover at age 12.
A school in Canton, Ohio, staged perhaps the most entertaining fire drill ever last week when firefighter Justin Deierling made a surprise proposal to his now fiancée, Megan Zahorec, a counselor at the Greentown Intermediate School.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Jordan Wednesday in hopes of jump-starting foundering Mideast peace talks just as Arab leaders released a communique saying they will never recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
“Candy Crush Saga” maker King Digital Entertainment’s market debut got off on a somewhat sour note on Wednesday. The video game company’s shares, traded under the symbol “KING,” fell as much as 15% in their first day on the New York Stock Exchange.
Patrick Dempsey's mother has died of cancer six years after inspiring him to help create a cancer support organization at a hospital in Maine. Amanda Dempsey was 79.
Sometimes, when it comes to getting across specific themes or ideas, creating a mood can do even more than developing a story or writing dialogue. Drake Doremus’ exquisitely controlled and sensitive “Breathe In” proves as much. The movie lets us observe its characters as they ruminate, hope and respond to the world around them.
Now you know why Phil Jackson wanted no part of coaching. It’s a lot easier to watch these Knicks from a luxury suite at Staples Center while collecting $60 million as opposed to having to experience them from the bench and have the losses count on your resume.