LIRR workers Thomas Caputo, Joseph Ruzzo, John Nugent and Joseph Balestra and New York City Transit worker Michael Gunderson all face up to 10 years in prison for federal program fraud.
A millionaire pharmaceutical executive who killed her 8-year-old autistic son should be released from prison due to a judge’s unusual decision to close the courtroom during her 2014 trial, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
A long-time volunteer at “Tiger King” star Carole Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue in Florida was bitten by a tiger Thursday morning that nearly tore her arm off.
“If Anthony Fauci tells me this vaccine is safe ... absolutely, I’m going to take it,” Obama said in an interview with SiriusXM host Joe Madison set to air Thursday.
The 28-year-old Charleston, West Virginia, police officer who was shot earlier this week is not expected to survive her injuries, officials said Wednesday.
Living in a huge, populous city in the United States that has towering skyscrapers and an abundance of lights and sounds may be the dream for some. Seemingly endless opportunity is a major attraction for places like Los Angeles and New York City. But the COVID-19 pandemic has compelled some to migrate away from the big cities in search of a greater degree of social isolation. Personal finance website WalletHub analyzed 1,200 cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000 and ranked the best ones to live in based on 43 key indicators of livability.
A 38-year-old comedian from East Los Angeles lost his battle with COVID-19 after posting video from his hospital bed the same day he died.
Spouses are usually on the top of the list when a person goes missing or dies violently. In Larissa Schuster's case, though, there were many reasons to think she might have something to do with his disappearance.
The Nest security camera footage showing the Oct. 22 crash in Clifton was obtained from a neighboring porch and released by the state Attorney General’s office on Wednesday.
This year, people have been spending more time than ever in their kitchens cooking and eating at home— and there are many items that can make cooking at home easier. KitchenAid Artisan Series Stand Mixer $279.99 at Bed Bath& Beyond. De’ Longhi Stilosa Espresso Machine: $99.99 at Bed Bath& Beyond.
The heartless duo burst into Smoke Shop Plus on Featherbed Lane near Jesup Ave. in Morris Heights about 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29, cops said.
Loeffler, the wealthiest member of Congress, gave money to a Georgia adoption agency that bars same-sex couples, according to a report from BuzzFeed News.
Russell Dinkins was one of the millions of Americans laid off from his job because of the pandemic. While many, understandably, have filled the time with exercise or hobbies, Dinkins has used his newly acquired free time to become the unlikely savior of men’s college track teams, which have been first in line for colleges’ coronavirus budget cuts.
Following the presidential election, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been hard at work spearheading Donald Trump’s floundering attempts to disqualify millions of ballots based on evidence-free voter fraud claims. In lieu of proof, Giuliani implored Pennsylvania lawmakers last week to, in the words of the Daily News, to “trust his gut feeling that all 682,770 mail-in ballots cast in the state’s Democrat-heavy Philadelphia and Allegheny Counties are fraudulent.”
Ozzy Osbourne, born John Michael Osbourne on Dec. 3, 1948, has spent decades in the spotlight since he rose to prominence in the 1970s as the lead singer of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. After being fired from the band because of drug and alcohol problems, the ‘Prince of Darkness’ went on to have a successful solo career. Ozzy earned many accolades throughout his musical tenure, including an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the UK Music Hall of Fame, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Global Icon Award, the title ‘Godfather of Metal,’ and many more. Look back at his storied life and career.
Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder says the Senate run-offs mark a crucial turning point for the nation.
Six Long Islanders racked up millions of dollars by charging hundreds of Turkish women to come to New York and have their babies in “birth houses” so that the babies would get birthright citizenship, according to the feds. The scheme also cost the government $2.1 million in bogus Medicaid payouts for which the mothers and their children were not eligible, prosecutors say.
Ever wonder what living in the White House is like? That's easy: It's weird! Life in the White House for the first family (its only permanent residents) is like a cross between living in a fortress, a resort, and a museum - but somehow more unusual. Do you want to know what it's like to not carry money or credit cards for four years? How about being the leader of the free world, but still having weak Wi-Fi? The truth about what it's like to live in the White House is stranger than fiction. Forget The West Wing: In the actual White House, the president and his family are billed for every meal they eat that isn't business-related; presidential children are sneaking up to the roof; and even the most powerful person in the world is scooping up dog poop. Enjoy these and many more facts about living in the White House: It's your patriotic duty! (The order of this list was determined by 494,903 votes on Ranker.com.)
"You’re assuming that I’m completely straight. Maybe I am, maybe I’m not. And it’s frankly none of your business."
Police in Los Angeles are searching for a disgruntled construction worker who fired a gun at Billie Lourd’s home during an argument this week, according to a report.
About 400 people gathered outside Mac’s Public House in Grant City Wednesday night, one day after New York City Sheriff’s Office shut down the Lincoln Ave. watering hole and arrested one of its owners after an undercover sting found 14 people eating and drinking inside.
Stars show some love to their furry companions on social media, from dogs to pigs, and even from sheep and alpacas.
Some are hitting the (dye) bottle, others are chopping it off. It's hard to keep up in Hollywood, where stars seem to sport a different hairstyle every day of the week. From tiny trims to full blown hair transformations, check out the range of looks for these celebrity hair chameleons.
We all know Hollywood is a bit snap happy, so we've rounded up the hottest, cutest and most real social media pics. Enjoy!
Known as 'The King of Cocaine,' Colombian drug lord and trafficker Pablo Escobar supplied more than 80% of cocaine to the United States, becoming the wealthiest criminal in history with an estimated worth of US $30 billion by the 1990s. Look back at the rise and fall of the notorious kingpin in these incredible photos.
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- "You’re assuming that I’m completely straight. Maybe I am, maybe I’m not. And it’s frankly none of your business."
- The U.S. House of Representatives was expected to vote Thursday on a bill seeking to end the trade and ownership of big cats, a highly anticipated measure highlighted in the Netflix docuseries “Tiger King.”
- A long-time volunteer at “Tiger King” star Carole Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue in Florida was bitten by a tiger Thursday morning that nearly tore her arm off.
- Police in Los Angeles are searching for a disgruntled construction worker who fired a gun at Billie Lourd’s home during an argument this week, according to a report.
- "American Beauty" writer Alan Balls believes sexual impropriety allegations against Kevin Spacey mar the film 21 years later.