And for the second year in a row, too. Paul the Younger received 31 percent of the vote at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference, handily beating second-placer Ted Cruz, who got only 11 percent.
Matt Taibbi, the former enfant terrible of political journalism, limps into a cozy diner on Chambers Street, in Tribeca a Russian-style fur cap pulled over his ears, a half-formed apology for his lateness already on his lips.
For about an hour on Saturday morning, the 1, 2, and 3 trains were suspended between Chambers and 96th Streets because an 18-year-old guy somehow managed to fall asleep on the uptown tracks at 34th Street.
To celebrate International Women's Day, former President of Crazyland Michele Bachmann assured the crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference that, "We will have a woman for president, just the right one." Bachmann went on to attack Hillary Clinton's record as Secretary of State, including her handling of Russia and — ...
Nearly eight months after leaving the New York Times, Nate Silver told a crowd at South by Southwest that ESPN's expanded version of his data-driven FiveThirtyEight blog will go live on March 17.
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 — a Beijing-bound Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people — disappeared after losing contact with air traffic controllers at 2:40 a.m.
When NBA player Jason Collins came out of the closet on the cover of Sports Illustrated last April, perpetually baffled local-radio wagger Mike Francesa couldn’t figure out why this was news.
It's amazing how the women flock to you when you can have them all killed with the snap of a finger. Newly released images from North Korea's state-run Central News Agency show boy king Kim Jong Un with exceptionally happy female pilots from the Korean People's Army Air and Anti-Air ...
A New Jersey teen is suing her parents for money to pay for her private school and the bitter battle has moved from the courtroom to where all things must these days: Facebook.
Hopefully the second time's the charm when it comes to arresting the ATV driver who dragged a police officer under his vehicle last weekend, nearly killing him.
Many people have praised Liz Wahl for her decision to quit her position at Russia Today live on-air, but broadcast veteran Barbara Walters isn't one of them.
John Oliver did so well filling in as host of The Daily Show last summer that HBO felt compelled to offer him his own show.
When the Obama administration was formulating the Affordable Care Act, policy advisers wanted to include medical malpractice reform.
New Yorkers can finally sleep soundly again: Police on Long Island have "taken down a major counterfeiting operation," which trafficked in $2 million worth of fake lotion, baby oil, Vaseline, Chapstick, and Vicks VapoRub.
With so much business-casual packed into the Gaylord International Hotel for the annual family values bash CPAC, there's bound to be a few hookups.
NBC vociferously refutes the rumor that the horrible double eye infection Bob Costas suffered through the Sochi Olympics was the result of Botox injections.
Name: Pamela Adlon Age: "I play anywhere between 29 and 80." Neighborhood: Upper West Side (split with Los Angeles) Occupation: Actress, voice-over artist.
The relaunch of Newsweek's print magazine brought with it a huge scoop, if true, that claims a 64-year-old California man named Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto is the same "Satoshi Nakamoto" who invented the hip internet currency Bitcoin.
“Mistah Metro,” a Brooklyn tattoo artist, has become the enemy of all animal-rights activists this week after he posted a photo on Instagram of his dog’s new ink.
“I wish I could be in Kiev’s Independence Square, not Times Square,” Inna Shevchenko said. It was below 20 when the FEMEN ringleader arrived at the latter on Thursday morning, accompanied by a member of the group’s Canada chapter and three local performance artists — all with “FUCK PUTIN” painted ...