A city teacher with a history of clashing with cops was among the anarchists busted during an anti-police riot on the Upper East Side that led NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea to demand that they all wind up behind bars.
The same week President Joe Biden announced he would pull all US forces from Afghanistan, Disney+ turned an Afghan war-veteran character on its hottest new show into an out-and-out villain — as the character himself revealed that his three Medals of Honor had been awarded not for bravery, selflessness and going above and beyond the call of duty but rather for something vaguely evil.
Former President Donald Trump took aim at the Biden administration on Friday evening for allowing for a pause in the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, accusing them of allowing “insanely risk-averse bureaucrats run the show.”
Vartan Gregorian, a philanthropist and scholar widely credited with saving a down-on-its heels New York Public Library system in the 1980s, died Thursday in Manhattan after being hospitalized for stomach pain.
Many of the city’s most popular restaurants have reopened for indoor dining at 50 percent capacity, but the magic has yet to reach some wonderful and/or iconic places that remain depressingly dark inside and out.
Just months after Facebook retaliated against the government of Australia by effectively canceling the flow of the country’s information, the company is at it again – this time, wielding its outsized power to shield progressive political figures from public criticism.
The Mets’ workplace environment is under further scrutiny with a new report published on Friday by The Athletic, which details additional accounts of inappropriate behavior that was ignored by team management and the HR department.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Friday was grilled on President Biden’s decision to agree to a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin without setting conditions — with one reporter asking if the decision could be seen as “weakness.”
After a tough week, top Democratic mayoral hopeful Andrew Yang got a bit of good news from a poll commissioned by a rival political group that shows him well ahead of the pack with the primary just two months away.
After Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday at St. George’s Chapel on the Windsor Castle grounds, his casket will be lowered into an opening in the stone floor — but the so-called Royal Vault will not be his final resting place.
There is more pressure than ever on Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to get this year’s draft right, according to a former NFL player and personnel executive who not long ago interviewed with the team for the job Gettleman landed.
A decade after Anne Hathaway and James Franco hosted the 2011 Oscars — famous for being the “worst show ever” — the team of producers behind the broadcast recently opened up about what really went wrong that fateful night.
A Manhattan Family Court clerk was caught on a hot mic allegedly calling a black teenage defendant the N-word, according to the young man’s attorney.The clerk, Donna A. Prainito, who is white, didn’t realize her microphone was on when she used the racial slur to refer to a 15-year-old in a virtual proceeding before Judge Jessica Bourbon Thursday, said his lawyer Holden Thornhill.
Artemi Panarin collected two goals and an assist as the New York Rangers cruised to a 4-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden, shutting out their division rival for the second game in a row.
A dog got its paw stuck in an escalator at a New Jersey PATH stop — but the pooch was rescued by some fast-acting Port Authority cops, who even paid the pet’s cab-fare to an animal hospital, officials said Thursday.