Cops are looking for two suspects who stole a wallet from a woman inside a West Village bar then went on a shopping spree at a nearby CVS using her credit cards.
The woman was inside the Village Tavern on Bedford Street on Dec. 5 when two suspects, described by the NYPD as a male and female both in their 50s, stole her wallet, police said.
The couple then used the woman's credit cards...Read more »
The mayor sat down with the women of ABC's "The View" Monday to chat about his remaining days in office.
Michael Bloomberg, who will kick off a farewell tour across the five boroughs Tuesday, touched on many of his policies that changed the city's landscape and some of his regrets. The hosts asked why he didn't take the next step politically and run for the White House.
The...Read more »
Using history as a reference, there’s a good chance Tuesday’s Mega Millions jackpot will surpass last year’s record of $656 million.
Tuesday’s Mega prize is projected to be $586 million after no one matched all six numbers in Friday’s drawing.
The expected prize already got one bump Monday, from a first-announced jackpot of $550 million.
Lottery officials said the increase was...Read more »
Miley Cyrus is no stranger to baring all, prancing around in oh-so-skimpy outfits, but in a new interview with Barbara Walters, she gets personal, opening up about former fiance Liam Hemsworth.
"I was so scared of ever being alone, and I think conquering that fear this year was actually bigger than any other transition that I had this entire year," Cyrus said. "I don't ever...Read more »
Featuring an irresistible tension between layers of elegant, English-leaning guitar pop and core member Andrew Marr's often melancholy (and yes, Morrissey-moping) vocals, Brooklyn band Ski Lodge is tapping into famously murky channels, but brightening them with the same breezy, surf aesthetic that powers locals peers such as Real Estate and Beach Fossils.
Recorded in Los Angeles by Marr with...Read more »
Steve Buscemi shopping at Park Slope Seafood
A bundled-up David Hyde Pierce at Starbucks on 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues
Kenan Thompson celebrating a friend's birthday at Benjamin Steakhouse
Spotted a celeb around town? Email the details to Julie.Gordon@am-ny.com....Read more »
The U.S. government's collection of massive amounts of data about telephone calls, a program revealed in June after leaks by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, is likely unlawful, a judge ruled on Monday.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon stayed his own ruling pending an expected appeal by the government, but in a significant challenge to U.S. spying authority, he wrote...Read more »
Facebook users got coal in their stockings earlier this month when the social giant announced a few major changes. Henceforth, News Feed will prioritize "high quality content," or links to outside news articles.
The message to users: If you’d like anyone to see your next status update, you may want to include a shout-out to one of Facebook’s media partners. The network also said...Read more »
Time is running out and you need a go-to gift. In this day and age, almost everyone from your grandma to your nephew will appreciate a tech item. Here are some of our favorites:
CoolTec Shaving System
Braun's electric shaver uses an innovative aluminum cooling bar that cools skin during shaving to minimize skin irritation. It is 100% waterproof so it can be used in the shower, too. An...Read more »
Lillian Barrios-Paoli -- a former nun who has worked for Ed Koch, Rudy Giuliani and Mike Bloomberg -- will soon join the de Blasio administration as deputy mayor for health and human services.
Smart choice, but she'll need to make miracles happen.
Her first challenge is devising a way to move thousands of homeless people from city shelters into permanent housing. The shelter census today...Read more »