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Mayor de Blasio is retooling and expanding his communications team, hiring speech writers, additional digital press aides and a director, the Daily News has learned. An official says the hiring has been planned from day one of the new administration, but does follow de Blasio losing several public relations battles.
Michael Long, a longtime Brooklyn resident who leads the state Conservative Party, is having a rough time adjusting to the seismic shift at City Hall.
Judy Greer has made a nifty career out of playing funny supporting characters in films including “27 Dresses” and “The Wedding Planner.” The 38-year-old Detroit native talks about being a second fiddle in her new book, “I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star.” Let’s hope for the sake of her publishers that Greer gets more excited about promoting books than she does for doing movie promos.
A range of issues including intimidating moves by Russia toward Ukraine are on the table for the meeting. Meeting follows a surprise phone call between President Obama and Vladimir Putin.
Second ruling against Turkey’s ban on Twitter overturns an order for the social media network to remove an account that accuses a former minister of corruption, reports said.
When he graduated from Touro Law Center he volunteered for combat. There were two reasons for that. “First, because of the discipline with which I was raised by my father who is a retired NYPD officer and lieutenant colonel in the U.S.
This spring, elite college basketball underclassmen will be making one of the most important decisions of their lives: Should I stay or should I go? Unfortunately, most of them will make the wrong choice.The one-and-done rule has to go. The game is suffering as a result of it.
Johnny Depp remembers his first acting gig: Working as a telemarketer. “I marketed pens — on the phone,” Depp recalled for the April issue of Interview magazine.
For a man out of time, Captain America’s finger is on the pulse.
Government cash is due to come this week to homeowners hit 17 months ago by Hurricane Sandy. De Blasio said millions in federal funds are being reallocated to fix every destroyed home along city's coast.
Tiger Woods is already questionable for next week’s Masters. Now add Phil Mickelson to the injury list. Mickelson, a three-time Masters champion, had added the Texas Open in San Antonio to prepare for Augusta, but Saturday he was forced to withdraw after 10 holes after pulling an oblique muscle.
Titus Williams, the 132-pound open division champion and Sugar Ray Robinson Award winner in 2013, brought an untimely end to Christian Chavez’s pursuit for gold a year ago.
The euphoria from Phil Jackson’s arrival has abated and now reality is setting in for the Knicks. And that means a long offseason, one that is likely to start sooner than expected.
Here are snapshots of some of the 239 passengers and crew aboard the doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. They are listed in the order they appeared on the flight’s passenger manifest released by Malaysian authorities.
Rex Ryan is so confident in his people skills he believes he can coach anybody. So, how did that work out with Santonio Holmes? Next into Rex’s School For Discarded Diva Receivers could be DeSean Jackson.
The experiment of Martin St. Louis and Rick Nash playing together lasted all of two games for the Rangers, and at Saturday afternoon’s practice at Max Bell Arena, Alain Vigneault revealed a surprising new alignment for Sunday night’s game in Edmonton — the first of seven remaining.
Gov. Cuomo and legislative leaders agree to a $137.9 billion election-year budget delivering Mayor de Blasio prekindergarten money, protections for charter schools and tax relief for businesses and some city renters.
Authorities say the number of missing from the deadly Washington state landslide has plummeted to 30 after many people were found safe. The confirmed death toll has risen to 18.