Christie Brinkley is still reeling with emotion because of her messy 2008 divorce from architect Peter Cook.
The 58-year-old supermodel had a teary meltdown on NBC's "Today" show Tuesday morning, saying all she wants is "peace" for her family.
"I just want peace, and every time I have any joy or any kind of success in anything, [Cook] has to try to destroy it,"... » more
A Manhattan jury convicted Michael Pena, 27, the alleged "gunpoint rape cop," of predatory sexual assault Tuesday while remaining deadlocked on four counts involving rape and the use of his service revolver to threaten her into submission.
The partial verdict - which could land Pena 25 years to life in prison - found the three-year veteran on suspension from the NYPD guilty of six... » more
Ivanka Trump has made a name for herself in the fashion world with her high-end jewelry line, and tonight, she's set to show off her first ready-to-wear collection, for spring 2012.
Lord & Taylor is hosting the invite-only runway show. The guest list is expected to include fashion industry big-wig Fern Mallis, InStyle's Hal Rubenstein and Elle's Joe Zee.
There's no word if Ivanka's... » more
Police said Tuesday that they're "talking to a person of interest" in connection with the death of a straphanger who was hit and killed by a subway car after fighting with another man at a Brooklyn train station last week.
An NYPD spokesman declined to name the suspect, but the Daily News identified him as Ryan Beauchamp. The police spokesman confirmed a man was taken to the 94th... » more
A man and a woman from Rockaway Park were arraigned Tuesday for keeping a partially paralyzed woman prisoner for more than a year while they beat and abused her, forced her to clean up after their multiple pets, deprived her of food and medical care, and took her Social Security checks.
According to the Queens District Attorney, Patrick Donovan, 42, and Mae Washington, 63, both of 112-32 Rockaway... » more
Subways are getting a literary boost.
The MTA is bringing back its popular "Poetry in Motion" program, posting short poems within a quarter of its subway fleet and on the backs of millions of MetroCards.
"Our customers tell us again and again that even a small investment in art and music in the underground makes a huge difference to them," New York City Transit president... » more
Occupy Gracie Mansion? Not if you're the next Hizzoner, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday.
While the prestigious city-owned pad - at East End Avenue and 88th Street - has been the official mayoral digs for seven decades, Bloomberg told reporters that his successor should follow his cue and resist moving in.
"It's a great house for everyone, and not just one family," said... » more
Some of us talk in our sleep, some of us snore, some of us sleepwalk - but none of us are as cute as these newborn kittens when we're dreaming. Watch these little munchkins shake and twitch as they play in dreamland. Seriously, it's the cutest thing ever. ... » more
Attention Twi-hards! The first glimpse of Bella Swan as a paler-than-ever, red-eyed vampire is here with the release of the trailer for "Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2."
In the sneak peek, you'll see - among other things - Bella creepily stalking a deer in the woods, presumably for her next meal.
The flick - the final in the page-to-screen adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight"... » more
In the 1960s and '70s, Dr. John helped bring the music of New Orleans to new audiences by combining local sounds and bright costumes with psychedelic rock to create what was often referred to as "voodoo" music.
In the '80s and '90s, he retreated into more traditional New Orleans music and pop standards before rediscovering his own voice in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
His... » more