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Ebola fears quarantine man in Hawaiian hospital

A man is being held in isolation at a Honolulu hospital over concerns he may have the Ebola virus, the Hawaii Department of Health said Wednesday.

Editorial: Chasing cheap crooks

The throw-the-book indictments dropped on Queens Assemblyman William Scarborough send the welcome message that “broken windows” law enforcement has come to a state Capitol that sorely needs it.

October 2: Salutes, schools and standards

Staten Island: I’m ashamed to live on the same island as Voicer Michele Corelli.

‘A to Z,’ TV review

If anyone deserves a sweet, charming little rom-com like “A to Z,” it’s Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti.

After 'Whiplash,' Teller's bloody good on drums

The blisters and sweat Miles Teller got playing a drummer in his new movie “Whiplash” are real.

Cristin Milioti excited to go the distance in ‘A to Z’

What a difference a year makes – and no one knows that better than Cristin Milioti.

‘Bad Judge,’ TV review

"Bad Judge" turns out to be a waste of a perfectly good Kate Walsh.

Hot hosts may get a room at 'The View'

Producers at “The View” have met to consider constructing a “rubber room” of sorts to stop any tension within the cast from escalating to the point of no return, a well-placed insider tells Confidenti@l.

Police sent to Donald Sterling’s home by wife, don’t find burglary but do see V. Stiviano

Beverly Hills police were called to the home of Donald Sterling after his wife Shelly reported a burglary, but found no crime. Instead, officers found Sterling hosting V. Stiviano.

Netflix inks Adam Sandler to four-movie deal

Adam Sandler is bringing his brand of adolescent humor to Netflix. The streaming media content giant announced a four-movie deal with the iconic comic actor Thursday, signaling Netflix's continued appetite for original programming after the runaway success of series' "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black."

SEE IT: Bill de Blasio's house hits the rental market

For $4,975 a month, you can sleep like a Mayor — or at least in his house.

For Rangers, Martin St. Louis could be center of attention

It turns out neither Martin St. Louis nor Alain Vigneault was kidding about the veteran right wing potentially moving to center to start the year. St. Louis was asked jokingly after Wednesday afternoon’s practice in Greenburgh about whether he could man the middle, but the veteran replied with a stone face: “All I have to work on is face-offs.”

Rev. Al Sharpton throws star-studded 60th birthday bash

Al Sharpton threw himself a star-studded birthday bash at the Four Seasons in Manhattan Wednesday night.

Vacchiano: Giant regrets? Falcons' Osi Umenyiora has a few

There was a time when Osi Umenyiora couldn’t wait to become a free agent. He wanted money he was sure the Giants would never pay him. He wanted respect he was convinced he wouldn’t get in New York.

Hal Steinbrenner takes the blame for Yankees' failures

Was Brian Cashman to blame for the Yankees missing the playoffs again this season? Maybe Joe Girardi? How about Kevin Long? Hal Steinbrenner has another idea. Start from the top.

San Francisco Giants beat Pittsburgh Pirates in National League Wild Card game

Madison Bumgarner pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Brandon Crawford hit the first grand slam by a shortstop in postseason history as the San Francisco Giants routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-0 on Wednesday night in the National League wild-card game.

Police bullet killed guy who tried saving girlfriend: cops

A man trying to save his new girlfriend from her knife-wielding ex was killed by a police bullet fired in the chaos, authorities revealed Wednesday.

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez calls Derek Jeter 'a leader from day one'

His suspension officially ends when the World Series concludes, and maybe then Alex Rodriguez will come out of the shadows after serving his 162-game doping ban.

Rex Ryan 'thinks' Jets won't pull Geno Smith for Michael Vick

Geno Smith hopes to one day accomplish what Mark Sanchez failed to do: be the Jets’ long-term franchise quarterback. At the moment, his prospects aren’t looking too hot. The young signal-caller has played poorly enough this season that his status is game-to-game, maybe even half-to-half.

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