Mayor Michael Bloomberg returned to Sparks Deli, the Queens restaurant that received the city’s first-ever A grade last year, to present them with their second consecutive A rating for cleanliness.
Start spreading the news — but clean up when you’re done. The Big Apple is no longer number one … when it comes to filth.
It’s believed to contain his first written comments detailing his belief that Jews were a threat and should be removed.
It took six days and $5,000, but two friends did it. They hired a New York City cab driver to drive them across the United States all the way to Los Angeles.
A judge has sentenced Lindsay Lohan to 120 days in jail for a probation violation after hearing evidence against the actress in a theft case.
Former Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra posted $150,000 bond Wednesday in a federal case where he’s accused of embezzling money from a bankruptcy estate. A disheveled Dykstra appeared in a white prison jumpsuit after spending nearly a week in custody.
Prosecutors have declined to file charges against former Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra after he was arrested on suspicion of trying to buy a stolen car, authorities said.
Getting a decent education for special needs children can be difficult and that’s why one New Jersey dad and his daughter are hitting the road.
Serena Williams is back home recuperating after two health scares she describes as “extremely hard, scary, and disappointing.”
The former Yankees manager says he’s leaning toward accepting a job with Commissioner Bud Selig that would allow him to stay in Los Angeles.
In this survey, you’re happy to say you’re not number one!
Lindsay Lohan is under investigation for an alleged misdemeanor battery against a female staffer at a rehab facility where the actress is receiving treatment, authorities said Tuesday.
Los Angeles tries to avoid its worst start in 12 seasons Monday night when it hosts the New Jersey Nets, who have dropped 23 straight on the road to Western Conference opponents.
A judge has ordered the Long Island native to return to rehab instead of jail for a failed drug test.
Federal prosecutors in New York City say dozens of people are charged in a $100 million international Medicare fraud scam.