President Barack Obama called Secret Service agents involved in a prostitution scandal in Colombia a "couple of knuckleheads," Tuesday, but said most of the agency's employees do a good job.
"These guys are incredible. They protect me, they protect Michelle, they protect our girls, they protect our officials all around the world," Obama said during a taping of an appearance... » more
The unveiling Tuesday by the Department of Records of an online treasure trove containing 870,000 archival photos and other media that span 160 years of city history drew so many visitors that its host website was unavailable for hours due to "overwhelming demand."
The online gallery, which took four years to assemble, includes images, maps, audio recordings and more for free.
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North Carolina's Archers of Loaf are one of the best bands to come out of the alternative-rock explosion of the 1990s. A noisy, guitar-driven group with witty, sarcastic lyrics, the Archers were often compared to indie-rock stalwarts Pavement, the Replacements and Sonic Youth.
The band broke up in 1998, and singer Eric Bachmann went on to record several albums of folk-rock as Crooked Fingers,... » more
If you want your children to stay away from pot, then don't show them this '80s-era anti-marijuana PSA. With a floating head surrounded by psychedelic colors, it's sure to screw with their minds more than the drug itself.
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Congrats are in order for Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green!
The married lovebirds are expecting their first child together, a source confirmed to E! News. There's no word yet on when the gorgeous 25-year-old mama-to-be is due.
The twosome has been married since June 2010, and dated on and off for several years before tying the knot.
This is the first child for Fox, and the second... » more
Cocktails, cover bands and casual clothing? It doesn't sound like it, but this may be the perfect environment in which to find a job.
Job seekers looking for employment in New York's competitive tech industry have the opportunity to network with companies during tomorrow's NYC Uncubed, an event that puts a unique spin on the typical talent fair.
Drab booths and waiting on long lines... » more
Last season, the Jets' lack of depth exposed weaknesses in their "ground and pound" strategy that had paved their way to two straight AFC title games in the years prior. With several franchise pillars still in place - but other key pieces lacking - the Jets' performance in this week's NFL draft will help determine whether Gang Green can contend for a Super Bowl in the next few years.
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While Kim Kardashian and beau Kanye West have been flaunting their new romance all over town, it looks like Kim's ex, Kris Humphries, is moving on, too.
On a recent boys' night out at STK Downtown, the Nets forward was "talking about how he is trying so hard to stay in shape because he wants to look good for the girls," an onlooker at the restaurant told amNewYork.
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After chronicling his time in China, North Korea and Burma, cartoonist Guy Delisle is now taking on the Holy Land.
During a year spent living in Jerusalem, Delisle - whose wife is an administrator at Doctors Without Borders - took care of his children, explored, sketched and experienced the diverse cultures there.
The result was the brick-like graphic memoir "Jerusalem," which... » more
'Titanic' This is the Titanic for the "Downton Abbey" generation. Written by "Downton" creator Julian Fellowes, this four-part miniseries chronicles the tragic voyage of the ship, following a ton of characters as (some of them) cruise to their doom. (DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $39.98)
'Contraband' Mark Wahlberg plays an ex-smugger who gets pulled back into the game in this remake... » more