The letter, dated Wednesday, provides detailed estimates about the Police Department’s expenses associated with presidential security.
A woman is claiming she was barred from attending a performance at New York City's Lincoln Center because she wouldn't remove an anti-Trump sign affixed to the back of her … Click to Continue »
FOX News Radio host Todd Starnes' book, "The Deplorables' Guide to Making America Great Again," was released more than a week ago. According to FOX News, despite the paperback's large sales, it has not appeared on the New York Times' best-seller list. Show More Summary
Steven Kasher Gallery presents the first New York solo exhibition of Marianna Rothen. The show features over 20 large scale prints from Rothen?s latest series Shadows in Paradise and a two-channel video installation The Woman with The Crown. Show More Summary
When Asia Week New York launches its ten-day extravaganza, on March 9, many of the top-tier galleries will showcase contemporary work alongside classical objects, while others will be devoted solely to present-day works of art. Among...Show More Summary
Christie?s announces the March 2017 season of Contemporary sales spanning Post-War and Contemporary Art, Editions, and Photographs?February 23 through March 7. Collectively over 600 lots are presented across multimedia from renowned artists of the 20th and 21st century with estimates ranging from under $1,000 to $700,000. Show More Summary
On 18 April in New York, Phillips will host an auction comprised of over 100 etchings and aquatints from the collection of master printer and engraver Piero Crommelynck. While most frequently remembered as Picasso?s favorite printerShow More Summary
BROOKLYN, New York (WPIX) -- An amazing revelation came in Brooklyn Supreme Court Wednesday in the cold-case killing and dismemberment of Brooklyn teen Rashawn Brazell, whose body parts were found in trash bags in 2005 in a subway tunnel. Show More Summary
Here’s the New York Daily News reporting on the ever-changing social media world of Knicks guard Brandon Jennings: Brandon Jennings wants Knicks fans to cool it on Twitter. The point guard recently went on a brief hiatus from social media after he became fed up with the influx of bizarre tweets. Jennings is usually prolific on Twitter, engaging with his [...]
The New York Times reports: President Trump rescinded protections for transgender students that had allowed them to use bathrooms of their gender identity, overruling his own education secretary and placing his administration firmly in the middle of the culture wars that many Republicans have tried to leave behind. Show More Summary
After a former Uber engineer detailed her account of sexual harassment while working there for about a year, New York Times reporter Mike Isaac dug into the story and got the goods. His exposé describes an amoral Ayn Randian meritocracy filled with aggressive jerks, in which one could absolutely imagine impunity for sexual harassment being an accepted norm. (more…)
A former engineer's claims of sexism at Uber is apparently only the tip of a much deeper problem inside the company's culture, according to a scathing report published on Wednesday. A New York Times investigation by Mike Isaac into Uber's...Show More Summary
September 1937. "Wife of John Holling, member of the Otsego Forest Products Cooperative. Otsego County, New York." Medium format nitrate negative by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.
The city is asking Congress for a reimbursement
No, seriously. According to the Daily News’ Frank Isola, the New York Knicks recently spoke to a team regarding Kyle O’Quinn and were looking for a first-round pick in exchange for him. One NBA team that has spoken with the Knicks says they’re looking to get a first round pick for Kyle O’Quinn. — Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) […]
The Trump administration rolled back protections for transgender students this week. But behind the scenes, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and Attorney General Jeff Sessions privately sparred over the order, The New York Times reported. Show More Summary
Irving Ramsay Wiles - Russian Tea by Irina Irving Ramsey Wiles (April 8, 1861 – July 29, 1948) was an American artist, born in Utica, New York.
NEW YORK, Feb 22 (Reuters) - It cost New York City about $24 million to provide security at Trump Tower, President Donald Trump’s skyscraper home in Manhattan, from Election Day to Inauguration Day, or $308,000 per day, New York’s police...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the death of Russia's ambassador to the United Nations (all times local):