She doesn’t want to have sex with him. He compiles a list of her lame excuses — including, believe it or not, watching a rerun of “Friends.”
Chase Headley wasn’t the only Yankee making the most of his debut Tuesday. Jeff Francis took the mound for the Yanks in the 14th and held off the Rangers, grabbing a win in his first outing in pinstripes.
Police are hunting for a sicko in hospital scrubs who raped a woman at gunpoint in a Bronx parking lot Sunday.
SEATTLE — In his first season in the major leagues, the Mets want to be careful with Jacob deGrom's arm and not over extend him. The rookie right-hander, however, is making it hard to imagine sitting him down or skipping him.
President Obama and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko had the commercial airliner shot out of the sky to make Russia, Putin and the pro-Russian separatists look bad.
A lawyer in Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office who accepted a free plane ride from business titan Hank Greenberg’s attorney has admitted he violated state travel rules, the Daily News has learned.
Cupcakes make everything better. At least, that seems to be LeBron James' thinking. King James announced in a Sports Illustrated essay on July 11 that he would be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, but along the way his Akron, Ohio, community had to endure a few visitors.
Tuesday's white-flag incident wasn’t the first terror scare on the Brooklyn Bridge.
Hanging the 12-by-18-foot U.S. flags from the poles atop Brooklyn Bridge’s two towers is an arduous, dangerous and exhilarating task.
The playoff drought stands at exactly 1,278 days or 182 weeks or, depending on when you’re reading this, about 1.85 million painful minutes. Rex Ryan thinks about it all the time. The Jets have missed the postseason for three consecutive years.
Mayor de Blasio on Tuesday nominated two people to serve on the Landmarks Preservation Commission, but he withdrew another nominee because of potential conflicts of interest.
When it comes to details, there's no doubt the wedding dress is front and center. And as much as I love watching the Bride walk down the aisle, watching her walk back after the ceremony with her Groom is even better, because I'm a sucker for gorgeous dress back details. This little round-up? It's sure to…
We finally tackled the back deck painting project. It was quite the undertaking, and my arms, neck and shoulders are so sore, but it was worth it! It took us two weeks, but it’s finally done. I am so happy with how it turned out! I do wish we’d just coughed over the money to […]
Here was Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) on CNN Sunday morning, talking about the missile that took down a Malaysia Airlines 777, a single act that was the same as 298 homicides.
Talk about a gut shot. A Michigan woman was convicted of shooting her longtime lover in the stomach after bad sex, but a judge let her out on bond as she appeals the conviction.
So much for that offseason of work on the offensive line. For the last four months, the Giants focused on rebuilding that unit signing four veteran linemen, using a second-round pick on one of the finest centers in the draft and scouring the waiver wires for young talent.
It's over for Woody Allen's musical, "Bullets Over Broadway." The highly anticipated show, based on Allen's 1994 comedy about gangsters and showbiz, will close on August 24, producers announced Tuesday.
Just one day into training camp and the Giants are already dealing with injuries. On Tuesday, three players — right guard Brandon Mosley, tight end Xavier Grimble and linebacker Jameel McClain — were carted off the field.
As soon as Victor Cruz heard the Giants hired Ben McAdoo as offensive coordinator, and he would be running his version of the West Coast offense, Cruz began studying old 49ers tapes of Jerry Rice, the greatest receiver of all time.
The Giants talk about character all the time, as if that’s just as important to them as a person’s ability. They talk about signing good people, not just good players. That’s why the signing of John Jerry is one of the strangest moves they’ve ever made.