Siegel: A funny thing happened on the way to New York City becoming some sort of police state: Democracy worked. On their overdue way out, Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Commissioner Ray Kelly responded to mounting public anger and racialShow More Summary
Greg Kelly, son of former NYPD police chief Ray Kelly, proved what a dirtbag on Saturday when, as FOX reporter Anna Gilligan rode a zip-line at a new water park in New Jersey, Kelly couldn't keep his comments about Gilligan's body to himself. Read more...
Police Commissioner William Bratton said he’d discontinue the policy of his predecessor, Ray Kelly, of spying on Muslims, but has yet to fully make good on that promise. As The Times’s Joseph Goldstein reported, the department is still running a program that singles out Muslims in a problematic way, this time to recruit them as […]
Father Ray Kelly sang a ‘Hallelujah’ cover earlier this month that was meant to be a surprise for the bride and groom at a wedding, but has instead turned the Irish priest into a surprise celebrity himself. Video of the performance, delivered at Oldcastle church in Meath, Ireland, was uploaded to YouTube and quickly went
Time for an update on the NYPD scene. As you'll recall, both Mayor Bloomberg and Police Chief Ray Kelly exited their respective offices in their respective huffs, claiming the city would fall apart if the sanctity of the NYPD's Constitution-skirting programs (stop-and-frisk, the Muslim-watching Demographics Unit) weren't preserved. Show More Summary
Within the last few months, ABC's hired Bill Kristol, Laura Ingraham and Ray Kelly. Why?
The Irish viral sensation has gone from morning mass to a late night TV institution. Watch him describe the experience and sing the rewrite that made him famous.
This week, the internet was flooded with praise for Father Ray Kelly, a priest from Westmeath, Ireland, who unexpectedly burst into a soulful rendition of "Halleluljah" during the wedding of Chris and Leah O'Kane. The video of his song...Show More Summary
The Irish priest hit viral stardom this week, and here's another soaring wedding performance.
Father Ray Kelly does not say your average Irish Catholic Mass. The priest from Oldcastle, Ireland, is a trained singer who is working on his third album. Thanks to YouTube, the world is now becoming familiar with his singing voice.
(YouTube link) Father Ray Kelly of County Meath, Ireland, presided over the wedding of Leah and Chris O’Kane last Saturday at the Oldcastle Church. He included a song featuring his custom lyrics to the tune of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”...Show More Summary
Father Ray Kelly gave couple Chris and Leah O'Kane a big surprise on their wedding! The post VIDEO: Priest sings surprise ‘Hallelujah’ at Wedding appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Forget everything you know about wedding ceremonies, because this Irish priest just took things to a holy new level. Father Ray Kelly performed the wedding ceremony for Chris and Leah O'Kane on April 5 in Ireland, but rather than stick...Show More Summary
It's not often a priest steals the show at a wedding. But that's what happened to couple Chris and Leah O'Kane when they were recently married at the Oldcastle church in Meathe, Ireland, by Father Ray Kelly who broke into an incredible custom-made cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
Father Ray Kelly is destined for viral video fame for the stunt he pulled at Chris and Leah O'Kane's wedding. And it's amazing.
Brooklyn: About the attack by Commissioner Bill Bratton on Ray Kelly: First of all, without Jack Maple, Bratton wouldn’t have amounted to much at all.
Life has been pretty good for former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly since he was booted out of 1 Police Plaza three months ago. [ more › ]
There was apparently quite a competition amongst news organizations over who would get to have the privilege and honor of fawning over former New York Police Department commissioner Ray Kelly on a regular basis, but ABC News won. The New York Times reported, “Several television news organization had been seeking to hire Mr. Show More Summary
ABC News has hired Ray Kelly, our fine city’s former police chief, as a law enforcement consultant. At ABC, Kelly will be asked to help identify and oppress any member of a minority who has committed a crime, thought about committing a crime, or is simply walking around. Show More Summary
Mr. Kelly, a 43-year veteran of the police department in New York, will be a consultant and expert commentator for all the network’s news programs.