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On the way out, Derek Jeter came bearing gifts and an actor’s sense of timing. The Captain could have waited a few more weeks to say he was calling it quits. Instead he did it Wednesday, the day after Masahiro Tanaka’s coming-out party at the Stadium. For Yankees suits and their TV network (albeit one they are losing control of) this was the mother lode — Double Shock Power.
There’s still plenty of time for Mayor de Blasio to fold like a busted poker player and give the city’s union workers huge raises, including up to $7 billion in retroactive pay they want from years working without contracts.
Months after his own farewell to baseball concluded, Mariano Rivera got a call from a friend early Wednesday afternoon, and learned that another Yankee legend, Derek Jeter, was going to be saying goodbye.
When Robinson Figueroa, an 18-year-old from the Bronx, was shopping for baseball equipment at Modell’s in Times Square Wednesday afternoon with his Yankees cap on, he had no idea Derek Jeter announced earlier in the day on his Facebook page that he will retire after the 2014 season.
A Kennedy Airport guard who got a raise after the Daily News Fight for Fair Pay Campaign looked on with pride Wednesday as President Obama hiked hourly rates for federal contract workers.
Donald Trump thrilled 300 Republicans Wednesday night by promoting himself as a can’t miss candidate to defeat Gov. Cuomo. But this looks like yet another tease by The Donald, who repeatedly flirts with running for office but never, ever follows through.
There’s nothing despicable about them! Minion madness invaded Manhattan Wednesday as a trio of yellow, dance-crazy characters visited the city to kick off the Daily News’ annual Class Trip competition.
WASHINGTON — A stunning 44 school shootings have claimed 28 lives since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School shook the nation.
Newly released subpoenas seek information related to former Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni’s bogus claims in November that the lane closures were part of a traffic study to evaluate the fairness of locally designated lanes on the George Washington Bridge.
This was a few years ago in the notoriously tiny Fenway Park visitors clubhouse, where Yankee players can barely move without bumping into reporters when the place is filled with media before and after games.
A handful of camera crews lined a driveway on North Himes Ave. on Wednesday morning while about 25 members of the Japanese media and 15 or so more from American outlets milled around outside the Yankees’ minor-league complex.
A man was executed Wednesday night in Florida for raping and killing a 9-year-old boy 18 years ago, a death that spurred the victim’s parents to press nationwide for stronger sexual predator confinement laws and better handling of child abduction cases.
Treves: The protection of vulnerable immigrant consumers and job seekers should be a top priority for the next Department of Consumer Affairs commissioner.
Armed vigilantes on motorcycles attacked anti-government demonstrators Wednesday, setting off a stampede by firing into crowds after the biggest protest to date against President Nicolas Maduro’s year-old administration. Two people were killed.
Living in an Amish paradise. A Pennsylvania man fatally shot a horse that was pulling an Amish buggy in Lancaster County, police said.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will announce Thursday that he is ousting more than half the leadership of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade Inc. for financial mismanagement and is reconstituting its board of directors.
Something about the Daily News Golden Gloves switching its finals site from Madison Square Garden to Barclays Center got the Brooklyn guys going in 2013. Nkosi Solomon was one that was able to collect.
An Oklahoma cop canned for citing a 3-year-old boy for peeing outside is now suing the city of Piedmont for unfairly flushing his career. Kenneth Qualls claims he had permission from on high to give little Dillan Warden a $2,500 public urination ticket in November 2012 after the tot unzipped in his pants on Ryan Drive.
A Busch Gardens roller coaster stopped working mid-ride — stranding 16 thrill-seekers on the tracks. Firefighters and park workers are trying to free the park-goers who are stuck on the first embankment of the Cheetah Hunt coaster at Busch Gardens in Tampa, Fla.