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A 6-year-old girl was forced to show her teeth to a bus driver just to prove she could ride the bus for free. The incident happened in a town in central Sweden where children under 7 can ride free of charge on a town bus.
Robert Downey Jr. turned inspirational speaker at the Kids' Choice Awards, Pharrell set another fashion trend, David Blaine lost his head during a slime-induced illusion, One Direction and Jennifer Lawrence cleaned up, and the green goo bath finally caught up with Mark Wahlberg - thanks to some unlikely slimers.
The Queens barber who stabbed a 19-year-old college student to death during a dispute over a debt claims he acted in self-defense. Cedric Simpson, 34, was arraigned Saturday on a murder charge in Queens Criminal Court after plunging a pair of shears into Carl Richardson’s chest, neck and shoulder during an argument over a Bluetooth earphone Richardson sold him.
A New Jersey man tried to rob a pharmacy of oxycodone and when his plot failed, he explained he was merely a news reporter working on a story.
A possible sinkhole forming on a Brooklyn street has one resident doing some deep thinking. The hole is in the middle of Ford St. in Sheepshead Bay and the city has done nothing to stop it, according to homeowner Jim Fitzgerald, 78.
A Red Hook man was seriously injured after taking a two-story plunge onto scaffolding while trying to escape a fire in his apartment building Sunday morning, authorities and witnesses said.
New York is still attracting those who yearn to breathe free — but now our immigrants are often American. The city’s population gains are due in part to “domestic migrants” who flock here, according to city records.
Bo is finally going to know. Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan will finally get to see the Final Four from the sidelines instead of the stands after the Badgers put in a little overtime and prevailed over Arizona in a slugfest of West Region championship game, 64-63 in OT, at Honda Center on Saturday night.
A Staten Island woman intentionally ran over a neighbor’s hen and then stuck a cigarette in its beak, cops said Thursday.
Tarloff, 45, was convicted of murder Friday in Manhattan Supreme Court for killing Kathryn Faughey during a twisted attempt to rob her college, Kent Shinbach, in their E. 79th St. office suite in February 2008.
He got home from work anticipating a quiet evening with his fiancée, but instead found his 86-year-old grandfather waiting with a gun. “I opened the door and that was it,” Michael Feliciano, 47, told the Daily News.
Warren: The union of college sports and commercialism is so rank that, by comparison, the prospect of a few football players bargaining for health coverage is comically tame.
A Chinese military plane scanning part of a search zone the size of Poland for signs of debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 spotted several objects floating in the sea on Saturday, including two bearing colors of the missing jet.
White: Citi Bike has become such an integral part of the New York streetscape that it’s hard to believe that, less than a year ago, the city didn’t even have a bike share system.
Bill de Blasio fatefully has what he demanded: an inspector general of extraordinary powers to oversee what’s now his Police Department.
Brigantine, N.J.: After spending $1 million, Gov. Chris Christie’s own lawyer finds no wrongdoing.
“OVER THE blue bridge” sounds like a magical place in a fairy tale, but it’s a vital reality for the thousands of Caribbean athletes who will compete at the annual Penn Relays track and field meet in Philadelphia, aided by the Team Jamaica Bickle hospitality initiative.
Ugly news keeps pouring in for Citi Bike, the lovely idea, terribly executed, that brought bike sharing to New York City. The program is going broke. Its chief executive has quit.
There hasn’t been a novel this insanely sexist and badly written since “Fifty Shades of Grey.” No, I’m not talking about the sequels by E L James. I’m talking about “Fifty Shades of Bulls--t,” otherwise known as the report prepared by Gov. Chris Christie’s lawyer, Randy Mastro.
Daisuke Matsuzaka capped off a strong spring training by throwing five scoreless innings Saturday afternoon for the Mets, only to be told after the game that he did not make the major-league team and was being sent to Triple-A Las Vegas.