7 min ago | Seattle Times
Nushawn Williams, a New York drug dealer imprisoned amid accusations he infected 13 young women with HIV in the 1990s, does not have the virus that causes AIDS, according to his attorney, who said he arranged for a new blood test as part of efforts to get him released from prison.
7 min ago | Examiner.com
As Memorial Day weekend approaches, Long Islanders are eagerly awaiting the return of beach season, but after the billions of dollars in damage along the Eastern Seaboard caused by Superstorm Sandy last fall, what should island residents expect? News 12 Long Island reports that after $100 million in state aid to rebuild the island's beaches , ... (more)
1 hr ago | BroadwayWorld.com
MATILDA THE MUSICAL will be featured on WNBC TV's "News 4 New York at 5" tomorrow Friday May 24 when the four girls who share the title role speak to Erika Tarantal about making their Broadway debut in the blockbuster show.
2 hrs ago | CBS News
Thursday's outlook calls for 13 to 20 named storms, seven to 11 that strengthen into hurricanes and three to six that become major hurricanes.
4 hrs ago | TheStreet.com
It's been 13 days since The New York Post's Mark DeCambre broke the news that Bloomberg reporters allegedly used proprietary information from the company's terminals to write about investment bankers, including those at Goldman Sachs In a media feeding frenzy fueled in part by Schadenfreude, the Post has beat a steady drum.
8 hrs ago | IVillage
Psychiatrist, columnist, bestselling author, and television commentator Gail Saltz, M.D., has been called "a voice of wisdom and insight in a world of confusion and contradictions" by Tom Brokaw.
It's been more than 50 years since Roger Ailes graduated from Warren G. Harding High School, but the roots he grew here still run deep, according to those who know him.
By Arthur Black - Parksville Qualicum Beach News Published: May 21, 2013 9:00 AM Updated: May 21, 2013 9:22 AM Crumbs Bake Shop, one of the heavy hitters in the Gotham gourmet cupcake business, has seen the value of its shares plunge 34 percent last month to an all time-low. At one time it fetched $13 a share; now you can pick one up for $1:70. I ... (more)
After 19 years spent mostly in elected office, where he has gained a reputation as a frenetic promoter of both himself and the city, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was busily working an A-list room once again - this time inside the posh Sunset Tower Hotel at Vanity Fair 's Feb.
A smiling Victoria Gotti says "Is this for Playboy Magazine" as she leaves her home in Howard Beach this afternoon.
Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday. News from the Federal Reserve took stocks for a roller coaster ride.
News 4's Shiba Russell talks to a former resident of East Flatbush about what he and his family experienced during Monday's tornado.
West Texas Intermediate fell for a second day after industry data showed U.S. inventories rose for a fourth week, the longest run of gains since February.
Homicide laws may be changing here in New York, and that's sparking a debate between pro-life and pro-choice. Governor Cuomo's annoucement of a forthcoming 'Reproductive Health Act' in his State-Of-The-State address has reignited that flame.
Tell us how you really feel, Joe Scarborough . The Morning Joe co-host devoted a segment on Wednesday to the Justice Department going after leaks - particularly the recently reported case involving Fox News.
U.S. stock-index futures pointed higher as traders awaited the latest clues on when the Federal Reserve could start tapering its bond-buying program.
While crews work to repair the damage done by Friday's crash, Metro North is using a combination of trains and buses to get commuters where they're going.