In the past few years, Michael Bloomberg repeatedly hinted that once he was no longer mayor, he would devote himself full-time to battling his arch-nemesis, the NRA.
As you may recall, in July 2012 Harry Reid make a bold declaration that some guy told him Mitt Romney didn't pay taxes for 10 years.
The one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing was marked with multiple tributes to the victims and first responders, but the day had a disturbing ending.
The NYPD's Demographics Unit, which allowed plainclothes detectives to spy on pretty much any Muslim doing anything in New York at anytime, has been disbanded, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
The most famous social media editor in the world at the moment — the one who sent an irate customer a photo of a woman sticking a model plane in an unholy place yesterday — still has a job.
You’d think five years of being protested, vilified, burned in effigy, berated by Congress, and compared to blood-sucking cephalopods would break a man.
Interesting news for the many, many people who spent this long winter whining about how they'd prefer anything to the repeated polar vortexes and numerous snow storms: According to the 2014 Farmer's Almanac, the upcoming summer is going to be "oppressively hot and humid for the New York area." That ...
When we last checked in on New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson's tattoo situation, the only ink she seemed to have was a New York subway token on her back.
Customs officers decided to search a 42-year-old man coming from Port of Spain, Trinidad, after they noticed that he appeared "visibly nervous," "avoided eye contact," and was "walking awkwardly." Lo and behold, it turned out that he had $70,000 worth of heroin stuffed in his underwear.
Wildcats head coach John Calipari, who's been known to pal around with Jay Z and Drake, appeared on The O'Reilly Factor last night, setting off Bill's long-running beef with what he calls "hip-hop stuff." O'Reilly had a lot of questions for Calipari, but they all really boiled down to the ...
Last week, Brandeis revoked an invitation it had offered to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the Somali-born feminist and political essayist, to attend the university's commencement ceremonies, where she had been scheduled to speak and receive an honorary degree.
That's right: It took no less than the president of the United States to make sure a Texas man did not have to serve three and a half more years in prison because someone typed the wrong number in his sentencing report.
The NYPD is looking for a man who has started three small blazes at three churches over the past three days: On Saturday, he left a burning newspaper in the doorway of Brownsville's Greater New Beginning Baptist Church.
After weeks of promising to stand up to pro-Russian militants in the eastern part of the country, the Ukrainian government has begun what it's calling an "anti-terrorist operation" that could very well lead to more Russian intervention or even civil war.
The New York Daily News reports that some of the 38 million free New York City–branded condoms distributed throughout the city by the Health Department each year are being smuggled into the Dominican Republic, where they're being sold for profit: A reporter found "dozens" of the recently revamped prophylactics displayed ...
For several years, the computerized spectacles known as Google Glass have been available only to an exclusive, handpicked group through Google's invitation-only "Explorer" program.
Back in March, man of action Liam Neeson took a dozen City Council members to visit of one of Central Park's stables in order to demonstrate the misguidedness of Mayor de Blasio's vow to end New York's horse-drawn carriage industry.
The bizarre American tradition of neighbors and acquaintances vouching for the niceness and normalness of brutal murderers continues today with Frazier Glenn Miller, the 73-year-old man who yelled “Heil Hitler!
While you were sleeping, the sun, the moon, and the Earth aligned perfectly for a lunar eclipse — the first of four in the next year and a half — but it wasn’t just any eclipse: As sunlight moved through the Earth’s atmosphere, it was projected as a reddish-orange glow ...
Last week the Australian official coordinating the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 warned that "In very deep oceanic water, nothing happens fast," and the first attempt to locate the plane on the ocean floor seemed to confirm that.