It's not unusual to see a Donald Trump property in NYC: His footprint is all over the Big Apple, from Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue to Trump Palace on the Upper East Side.
But for the residents of a small town on the east coast of Scotland, the Donald was an unwelcome presence. He arrived there with a plan to transform the dunes on the Menie Estate on Aberdeenshire's coast - which are scientifically... » more
Talk about imagining the audience in their underwear.
While filming a steamy sex scene for her upcoming flick, "The Canyons," Lindsay Lohan would only go topless if the crew working on the scene would do the same.
Apparently, the starlet was "so uncomfortable with the idea of baring her bosom in front of the set's 10-man crew, she asked them to strip with her to their... » more
Buy a better lock for your bicycle -- thieves have been nabbing them at an alarming rate this year, police statistics show.
The NYPD has seen a more than 25% increase in bike thefts across the city in 2012, with 1,694 of them reported stolen so far this year, up from 1,346 over the same period last year.
Cops are unsure what to attribure the rise in thefts to, an NYPD spokesman said... » more
Help is on the way for more than 8,000 unemployed veterans in the city.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg opened the newest addition to the city's employment aid service Tuesday devoted catothe needs of returning soldiers.
The new Workforce1 center, located at Madison Avenue and 26th Street, will have employment experts, who are also vets, help job seekers with improving their interview skills,... » more
An accident involving a tractor trailer on an overpass sent debris raining down onto the street, forcing Park Avenue to be shut down during the evening rush Tuesday.
The truck was trying to make a turn while driving on the overpass at 41st Street near Grand Central Terminal around 4:13 p.m. and knocked a retaining wall, the FDNY said. The falling debris didn't hurt anyone down below.
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Three Occupy Wall Street protesters sued the NYPD and the city Tuesday, saying cops were "out of control" when they pepper-sprayed them in September, calling the reaction "gratuitous, unlawful force," considering they weren't arrested.
In the lawsuits, alleged victims Damien Crisp, Julie Lawler and Kelly Hanlin describe the pain they felt after being unexpectedly hit with... » more
Anyone with a penchant for super pricey Manhattan real estate is in luck: the most expensive apartment in the country is available at a cool $100 million.
The penthouse palace, located at the CitySpire tower, ousts a $90 million apartment at the nearby One57 building, as the most expensive pad in the city.
The 8,000-square-foot apartment, located at West 56th Street, occupies the top... » more
Google announced Tuesday that it acquired marketing startup Wildfire to help it expand further into social media.
Wildfire provides software that links to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks, allowing clients, such as Sony and Amazon, to manage their online brand and presence.
"Businesses around the world, from neighborhood restaurants to major retailers, are embracing... » more
Since his high-profile girlfriend Kristen Stewart admitted to cheating on him, Robert Pattinson has been keeping a low profile in Los Angeles.
According to Us Weekly, the "beyond devastated" actor, 26, is hiding out. This weekend, he moved out of the Los Angeles home he shared with his "Twilight" co-star and girlfriend of three years.
Last week, Stewart admitted to having a fling with... » more
Family and friends of a Lower East Side Army private who committed suicide in Afghanistan were outraged Tuesday after a military jury recommended one of his tormentors face only 30 days of confinement for assaulting his subordinate.
The jury at Fort Bragg jury also suggested Sgt. Adam Holcomb also have his rank reduced to specialist, and that he should give up $1,181.55 of his monthly pay.
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