After some pretty mitigating bumps in the road, it looks like Giuliana and Bill Rancic are finally getting the baby they've been so vocal about wanting.
The "E! News" host and "Fashion Police" commentator - whose road to motherhood has been less than a walk in the park by well-documented infertility struggles, a 2010 miscarriage and a diagnosis of breast cancer - announced... » more
Yes, Sophia Vergara looks damn good for pushing 40, but mistaking her for a kid who's under the legal drinking age is a bit of a stretch.
An eyewitness told us that the "Modern Family" actress showed up to Ava Lounge at the Dream Hotel Midtown on Saturday night to attend a bash for the Broadway musical "Ghost" but couldn't get in because she wasn't packing ID that proved... » more
Cops busted an MTA bus driver Sunday night for allegedly holding his ex-girlfriend hostage on the Bronx bus he was driving, officials said Monday.
Michael Luca, 29, was arrested at about 8:50 p.m. Sunday after he wouldn't let his ex get off the bus and didn't listen to cops' demands that he let her go, police said, adding that she was the only passenger on board the express bus at the time.
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When it comes to reality TV, judges' table shake-ups are par for the course lately.
Last week, the Tyra Banks-helmed "America's Next Top Model" axed show mainstays Nigel Barker, Jay Manuel and Jay "Miss J" Alexander after 18 cycles of the ratings-challenged show. Monday, Barker (far left) spoke out, calling the bloodbath a "huge mistake."
"I think it... » more
Opening night for the buzzworthy new revival of the Tennesse Williams classic "A Streetcar Named Desire" brought with it an equally buzzworthy audience.
amNewYork took in the show at the Broadhurst Theater - which features a multi-racial cast that includes Blair Underwood (left) playing Stanley and Broadway vet Daphne Rubin-Vega playing Stella - as did bevy of big names (Michael... » more
Fast food joint or fight club?
The NYPD outfitted the West Third Street McDonald's this past month with live-streaming security cameras typically used to monitor unruly bars, according to dnainfo.com.
Three brawls at the McDonald's were caught on camera and uploaded to the web, the most recent of which took place on St. Patrick's Day.
The fast food joint is now fully equipped with... » more
More than 300,000 people could be without Internet on July 9.
Users worldwide could lose web access for unknowingly downloading a malicious piece of software. Fortunately, all is not lost.
The FBI, along with government agencies around the world, has announced the release of a website where users can determine whether or not their computer is infected with the malware and how to remove... » more
From rooftops to waterfronts, city officials are sowing the seeds for a greener New York.
Imagine breathing air with fewer toxic emissions, living in housing that wastes less water and energy, and eating more fresh food plucked from local rooftops.
The idea of more New Yorkers living an energy-efficient lifestyle is attainable, said Daniel Hendrick, spokesman for the nonpartisan New... » more
Dylan Lauren, 37, is the owner of Dylan's Candy Bar, the Willy Wonka-inspired ode to all things sweet on the Upper East Side, East Hampton and Houston. She lives with her husband, asset and hedge fund manager Paul Arrouet, on the Upper East Side.
What would you most like to see changed or accomplished in NYC? Cars, sirens, street cleaners, delivery trucks need new mufflers and car... » more
New York City has a lot more than hometown pride on the line with the Knicks and Rangers in the playoffs -- each game means millions in extra revenue for local businesses.
So far this year, the Rangers have brought in nearly $17.5 million for the city during each home playoff game against the Senators -- about $5.8 million each game, according to an analysis by the New York City Economic Development... » more