Dozens of disguised Occupy Wall Street protesters chained open entrances to subway stations across the city early Wednesday morning and posted bogus signs -- looking strikingly similar to the MTA's normal service fliers -- that told straphangers to enjoy a "free" ride during the morning rush hour.
"Free entry / No fares collected," the signs read. "Enter this station... » more
Former Goldman Sachs exec Greg Smith may never work in financel again after slamming GS in a New York Times op-ed last month, but he may find fortune with his memoir of life at the finance giant.
According to the New York Post, one top editor said the auction for a possible Smith book was nearing $1 million, but others are skeptical.
"It could go either way," another editor... » more
Newt Gingrich's ailing campaign is getting a facelift.
The Republican presidential nominee candidate is revamping his campaign by ousting a third of his full-time staff and cutting back his campaign schedule, communications director Joe DeSantis told POLITICO.
This comes only a few days after the release of campaign manager, Michael Krull, who "agreed to resign," according... » more
The U.S. Supreme Court struggled on Wednesday over what to do about President Barack Obama's entire healthcare overhaul should the nine justices decide to strike down as unconstitutional the insurance requirement underpinning the law.
At the end of a 90-minute session, no clear consensus emerged for the fate of the entire law should the justices decide to void its key provision - the mandate... » more
Just when the Knicks appeared to be in position to make a serious run at Philadelphia and Boston for first place in the Atlantic Division, they instead find themselves anxiously awaiting news from Miami.
Amar'e Stoudemire, out indefinitely with a bulging disc in his back, is in the Sunshine State getting a second opinion on the injury, which threatens to put a damper on the Knicks' 7-1 run... » more
With the new hockey film "Goon" - starring Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel and Liev Schreiber - hitting theaters this Friday, we decided to take a look at our top five hockey movies.
'Miracle' (2004) This feel-good sports flick chronicles the underdog 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team, which, to the surprise of the entire world, beat the juggernaut Russian team. Kurt Russell stars... » more
A bevy of big names came out for good cause on Monday night at the ninth annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares fundraiser, which benefits the LGBT community and those with HIV/AIDS.
Honorary chair Chloë Sevigny showed her support at the glam event - which included a runway show, silent auction and cocktails - as did Joe Jonas, designers Olivier Theyskens and Joseph Altuzarra, and "90210"... » more
Chef Giada De Laurentiis was surrounded by celebri-friends and family at the launch of her cookbook, "Weeknights With Giada." De Laurentiis, a contributor to NBC's "Today" show, mingled with "Today" pals Matt Lauer and Hoda Kotb, who all got a taste of some of the dishes from the book, at Monday's event at the Andaz Hotel.
But the cutest guest there was definitely... » more
Nooo! Unfortunately, Octomom Nadya Suleman has gone back on her promise never to pose sans clothing.
Sources close to Suleman, 36, told TMZ.com she got a much-needed $10,000 payday posing topless for the U.K. magazine Closer.
According to TMZ, Suleman's California home has been in foreclosure for a few years and is days away from going to auction. So she's planning to use her $10K on... » more
At least 13 City Council members plan to wear hoodies and carry Skittles and iced tea at a meeting Wednesday in support of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin, whose death has touched a nerve with New Yorkers and led to demonstrations against racial profiling.
Council members Melissa Mark-Viverito and Letitia James said they're organizing a hoodie movement and introducing a resolution as a "call... » more