Poor Tim Tebow.
When asked how he'd spend his day off Tuesday, the Jets' backup quarterback said he will likely include a light workout and watching some football film. Leaving campus, he added, didn't seem to be in the cards.
But Tebow said he longs for a more "normal" life, and the ability to go out for dinner or catch a movie.
"Sometimes it is [difficult] if you... » more
In the wake of Dick Cheney's criticism of John McCain for picking Sarah Palin as a 2008 running mate, the senator shot back at the former VP's torture policies.
In an ABC News interview aired Sunday, Cheney said Palin was an "attractive" candidate, but didn't have enough experience.
McCain fired off some scathing criticism of his own when the remarks were played back to him... » more
The Jackson family feud continues.
Katherine Jackson is incensed with her son, Randy, who reportedly tried to overthrow the executors of Michael Jackson's estate without her knowledge when she went incommunicado at an Arizona resort last week, RadarOnline.com reported.
Randy accused the executors of criminal misconduct, saying he believes the will is fake.
"Now that Katherine... » more
Cops were reviewing surveillance videos Monday as they tried to find a drive-by shooter who wounded six people on Sunday, including a 2-year-old girl, officials said.
Police think the gunman, who shot out of the passenger side window of a Volkswago Jetta in Brownsville, was trying to aim for an unidentified 17-year-old, and that the shooting was gang-related.
Two-year-old Ariyanna Prince... » more
Few bands in recent memory have started out with higher expectations than Wild Flag.
Because its members previously played in beloved groups like Sleater-Kinney and Helium, Wild Flag was able to sell out shows before anyone heard a note of its music.
What fans found was the same mix of punk, indie rock and 1960s pop and garage rock that informed the members' previous bands, but with... » more
An alleged subway stabber accused of plunging a knife into a straphanger on Sunday pleaded not guilty to felony riot and assault charges Monday.
Starmeik Driggins, 19, is charged with swinging a knife into a 63-year-old subway rider's shoulder just after 6 a.m. Sunday on a downtown No. 6 train after cops say he asked a group of rowdy girls to "quiet down." A judge set her bail at $15,000.
Ralph... » more
'Total Recall: Mind-Bending Edition' I know, I know, I know - Arnold Schwarzenegger's 1990 sci-fi flick has been released numerous times (my first DVD had a circular tin case that looked like Mars and was difficult to store on my shelf). But I figured that on this slow week for releases and the new "Total Recall" remake starring Colin Farrell coming out Friday, it's time to revisit one... » more
The NYPD is set to launch a new technology that the top cop said would help keep track of potential threats against the city.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told the participants of the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado on Saturday that the system, that was created with the help of Microsoft, would aggregate surveillance tools and law enforcement databases to track criminals.
"It... » more
'God Forgives, I Don't' RICK ROSS 3 stars
From his solo debut ('06s "Port of Miami"), Rick Ross seemed destined for caricature - a larger-than-large figure spouting beefy anthems of Florida excess.
But like a punch line made funny through repetition, he has stood tall, taken his lumps and gold-plated them. In an era when doubts and neuroses take center stage on cuts by Drake... » more
Stu Loeser, the longest serving chief spokesman for a mayor in NYC history, is leaving his $200,096 a year job to open up "Stu Loeser & Company," a consulting firm to cater to tech and finance clients, in September.
First Deputy Press Secretary Marc La Vorgna, who previously worked in media relations for the Port Authority before joining City Hall, will replace Loeser, who became the Mayor's... » more