Rick Santorum thinks the New York Times is full of it – and he's proud to think so.
The Republican presidential nominee candidate told "Fox & Friends" Monday that he was a "real Republican" for calling a question from New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleny "bulls---."
"If you haven't cursed out a New York Times reporter during the course of a campaign,... » more
The Supreme Court on Monday appeared prepared to decide the fate of President Obama's sweeping healthcare law rather than delaying for years a review of the mandate that Americans buy insurance or pay a penalty.
During the first of three days of historic arguments, the justices voiced doubt that a U.S. tax law requiring that people pay first and litigate later should delay the legal challenge... » more
City Comptroller John Liu knows the road to City Hall in 2013 won't be easy after the arrests of members of his campaign team and an ongoing federal probe.
In an interview with the Associated Press published Sunday Liu responded to public speculation that he can't become the next mayor as "an understandable assessment."
Liu, the first Asian American elected to a citywide office... » more
A partially-naked Astoria man was mysteriously found dead in a cemetery Sunday morning.
A mourner at Calvary Cemetery in Woodside found Robert Zaretz, 42, lying unconscious on the ground around 10 a.m. with his pants around his ankles, police said.
There was no trauma found to his body according to police, and no evidence of any foul play.
A spokeswoman for the medical examiner's... » more
A police officer was busted for allegedly driving drunk Sunday morning.
Daniel Smith, 26, was arrested at approximately 8 a.m. on Staten Island, according to police. An NYPD spokesman said Smith, who was off-duty, was arrested after being involved in a "minor" traffic incident and refusing to take a Breathalyzer test at the scene. No injuries were reported.
The Staten Island... » more
Cops continued to search Sunday for a man who allegedly started a fight with a 20-year-old straphanger who was killed by a train Friday after they fell onto the tracks.
Joshua Basin, 20, and the unidentified suspect got into an argument while riding the L train on Friday night that turned physical once they got off at Bedford Avenue, police said.
The man picked a fight with Basin, of... » more
Jets owner Woody Johnson yesterday defended the team's trade for Tim Tebow to Gang Green, saying they snagged the star quarterback for one reason: to win.
"We work for the fans, and the fans want us to win games," Johnson said yesterday at the NFL owners meetings at The Breakers Hotel in Florida in his first comments since headline-grabbing deal.
"All the decisions that... » more
Former Vice President Dick Cheney underwent a heart transplant Saturday, receiving the organ from an anonymous donor after waiting on the transplant list for 20 months.
Cheney, 71, was recovering Sunday in intensive care at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Va, where he went under the knife.
"Although the former vice president and his family do not know the identity of the... » more
Faith Hope Consolo is the chairman of the retail division at Prudential Douglas Elliman and known as "The Queen of Retail" in the mostly male commercial leasing industry. She is also featured in Rod Santomassimo's new book, "Brokers that Dominate." Consolo lives with her third husband, an investment banker, on "Fifth Avenue, overlooking the Park."
Q What would... » more
Atlanta Braves star Chipper Jones tearfully announced on Thursday that he is retiring at the end of this season, but the news is cause for celebration among Mets diehards. Throughout the 39-year-old Jones' career, the switch-hitting third baseman has tormented the Amazin's, hitting .318 with 48 homers and 154 RBIs in 231 games against them. He's been so dominant against the Mets that his 7-year-old... » more