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World’s Worst Boyfriend Convinces Prom Date She’s Been Rejected From College

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Jem & Ellen's Doctor Who adventure wedding

Time Lords, Daleks, the TARDIS, and two hearts... this truly is a Doctor Who extravaganza. The groom tells this tale and you can totally tell that this is truly his dream wedding. We're psyched that this geek boy found his perfect geek girl. Oh, and just try to keep the tears at bay when you read the groom's vows. Siiiiigh.

What I Thought I Wanted

Recently, on a trip back to California to visit family, I found a scrap of paper wedged in between course papers and handouts from college in a pile on the floor of my childhood bedroom. On a piece of lined yellow paper torn from a mini legal pad was a Venn diagram, with a list of qualities written in my dad’s doctor scrawl. Show More Summary

Virginia woman mowed down husband, beat him as he tried to crawl away: cops

A jilted Virginia woman was arrested after she drove the wrong way down a one-way street to cut down her husband and tried to kick him to death as he crawled away, police said.

City working to stem rat plague in Bronx's Allerton Coops

BY JENNIFER H. CUNNINGHAM The city has stepped up against the Allerton Coops rats. Health Dept. officials have launched an aggressive campaign to rid the 736-unit complex of rodents, which have invaded the property and menaced tenants for the past two years.

New trail to spotlight sites crucial to Bronx's cultural history

BY JENNIFER H. CUNNINGHAM From one of New York City’s oldest record stores to a rail yard where early graffiti art has been preserved, cultural touchstones in the Bronx could get some long overdue love.

N.J. casino must pay up for alleged tournament cheater

An old gambling adage says the house always wins. But sometimes, even months after they’ve lost the last chip, gamblers get a break. That’s the case for more than 2,100 people who played in the Borgata Casino’s Winter Open in Atlantic City in January.

Leader of Cuomo's anti-corruption commission says it did good work

Moreland Commission Co-Chairman William Fitzpatrick pushed back against criticism that Cuomo administration officials frequently interfered with decisions about who should receive subpoenas in commission probes.

Cuomo’s tarnished victory

Hammond: In securing anti-corruption legislation by prematurely closing down his anti-corruption commission, Gov. Cuomo engaged in a degree of hardball deal-making excessive even for Albany.

St. Augustine, Florida Wedding at The White Room by Pure Sugar Studios

Wintry white elegance and the allure of cool sea glass graced this January wedding in St. Augustine, as did 70 degree weather!  Guests gathered in the serene garden of The Oldest House, conversing with one another in the evening air as they waited for the ceremony to begin. Show More Summary

Launch of Falcon rocket called off after leak

A space station cargo ship will remain stuck on Earth awhile longer because of a rocket leak.

Madden: Who needs an infield? Banged-up Yanks in fine shape in A.L. East

This may sound somewhat puzzling, given the fact that Derek Jeter missed two games, Francisco Cervelli is on his way to the disabled list again, Brian Roberts looks to be as injury-plagued as ever and there is no first baseman in the house to take Mark Teixeira’s place, but the Yankees emerged from their first Red Sox series in pretty good shape.

Jets remain in pursuit of Chris Johnson

The Daily News has learned that the Jets remain one of the few serious suitors for free-agent running back Chris Johnson one week after the three-time Pro Bowler officially hit the open market. Although much of the initial buzz surrounding Johnson has quieted in recent days, the Jets are among a few teams in talks with him.

Jackie + Chang’s Classic Autumn Wedding

For our Monday feature this week, we’re sharing a traditional Autumn affair from Lindsay Docherty Photography. Jackie + Chang had their traditional

Perfectionist Tanaka wants no early flubs vs. Cubs

After opening the season with 13 games in 13 days, the Yankees finally had their first chance to catch their breath on Monday. For Masahiro Tanaka, it was his first opportunity to get to know his new home city, having moved to New York only a week ago after spending his first eight weeks in North America in Tampa, Houston and Toronto.

Sex offender serial killers wore GPS trackers when raping, killing at least 4 women: police

Two parolees raped and killed at least four women while wearing GPS trackers, and there may be more victims, a California police chief alleged Monday. Franc Cano and Steven Dean Gordon, both registered sex offenders, were both wearing ankle bracelets when the women were assaulted and killed last fall, Anaheim police Chief Raul Quezada said at a news conference.

Fallen cop Dennis Guerra leaves legacy of devotion

Davy Greaves peered from behind the fence of his housing complex on Beach 84th St. in Far Rockaway at an NYPD blue seawall of cops holding back the waves of a city’s grief for a cop who died in the line of duty.

Yankees Insider: Cervelli to go on DL

John Farrell wasn’t the only loser on Francisco Cervelli’s close play at first Sunday night.

Marilyn Monroe earrings sell at auction for $185G

The legendary actress wore the flashy jewelry when she attended the opening of 'The Rose Tattoo' in 1955, according to Julien's Auctions.

Starting line ahead: Year after Boston Marathon bombings, runners set to go

Rob Davis, a senior pastor at the Vineyard Church, wore eyeglasses, a blue dress shirt and khakis during Palm Sunday services in front of his flock, three miles from the Boston Marathon’s starting line. He bowed his head, raised his right hand up high and sang.

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