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The 66-year-old former TV host is heard commanding the Shelby County court as if it were his own while threatening to report the judge during a child-support hearing. The incident appeared to be over his right to due process.
Against Lotto odds and doctors’ predictions, the day before, the patient had awakened from a coma-like state. With a ventilator clogging his mouth, his blue eyes focused. He could nod "yes" and "no" to questions and commands.
The city has agreed to pay a $100,000 settlement to a Brooklyn man whose beatdown by cops in a synagogue was captured on video, the Daily News has learned.
Darren Sharper remains behind bars in Los Angeles on a no bail warrant out of Arizona, after a judge denied a defense request to have him released Monday, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
An Army soldier confessed that he killed his pregnant wife by persuading her to wear handcuffs during sex and then suffocating her with a plastic bag over her head, a former Army buddy testified before a court-martial Monday.
Cohen: "'Sophie, Sophie, don’t die! Stay alive for the children,’ the dying Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand urged his wife as she slumped over him in the open-topped sports car.
The 18-year-old mother of a 4-month-old boy found abandoned in a Harlem park was arrested on Monday, police said.
John Mara wasn’t the only Giants owner who had a hard time accepting one of the most aggravating seasons in the team’s long history. Mara might have been more vocal, but Steve Tisch was just as disgusted by the 7-9 season, which came after an 0-6 start, meaning the season was basically over before Halloween.
He may have Gordon Gekko’s money, but according to Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, greed is not always good. Cuban sounded off on Sunday about the NFL’s lastest TV deal, which adds Thursday night games on CBS for the first eight weeks of the season.
A glamorous international DJ claims her fiancé's ex has been cyber stalking her so badly, she lost lucrative contracts by staying away from social media. Scarlett Hauck of Manhattan, who goes by the stage name Scarlett Etienne, says parochial schools fundraiser Angela Kovalesky cost her hundreds of thousands of dollars last year because she uses Facebook and other social platforms to book and promote her DJ appearances.
For $108.6 million, John Mara bought some hope. That might be the biggest thing the Giants got out of their unprecedented free-agent spending spree over the last two weeks. Even Mara, the Giants' co-owner, admitted in an interview Monday night on SiriusXM NFL Radio that spending big in free agency "doesn't always work out."
A 14-year-old girl was reportedly walking to school in the north neighborhood of Frankford Friday morning when the frightening villain jumped out of a car and grabbed her from behind.
More than 50 East Harlem businesses left wounded in the aftermath of the March 12 gas explosion on Park Ave. that killed eight people are being invited to learn how to get pro bono legal services and other badly needed help.
Police are investigating the vandalism of the inflammatory sign at ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem over the weekend as a hate crime.
Forget a zombie invasion — it’s a creepy clown who is the real threat to New York City. A yellow-clad jester, with ruffled top, painted face has terrorized residents of Staten Island — day and night — while walking down the street, holding a bouquet of balloons and waving at petrified people.
Road-weary travelers will be able to grab a quick bite, gas or a car wash when a new travel plaza opens at the corner of 147th St. and 150th Ave. next to JFK Airport next month.
The 30-year-old actress has joined fiancé Ashton Kutcher, 36, for a guest role on his CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men” – documented in new images of the couple’s onscreen collaboration.
A Good Samaritan trying to break up a fight inside a Mott Haven nightspot was slashed across the face Saturday night. Police are searching for a group of young men — and at least one woman — who slashed their way through the Oze Tavern over the weekend, injuring at least two other men.
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Big surprise! Chris Christie's own investigation into the Bridgegate scandal that has rocked his office found the embattled New Jersey governor had no knowledge his top aides were orchestrating the catastrophic traffic jam, a new report claims.