Paris Hilton, hotel heiress and sex tape star, made waves after a recording surfaced Thursday in which she claims gay men are "disgusting."
In a Radar-exclusive tape, a New York City cab driver recorded an early morning Sept. 7 conversation between Hilton, 31, and a male friend discussing gay men.
After her friend explains what Grindr, an all-male social networking site, is,... » more
An 18-year veteran of the NYPD was in stable condition Thursday after being knocked unconscious while saving an emotionally disturbed man from the Times Square subway tracks during rush hour that morning, cops said.
Det. James Griffin, 41, who worked Truck One in the Emergency Services Unit, was called to the station with his colleagues by transit cops to remove Richard Wilcox, 29, who had... » more
The iPhone 5 will be unleashed to the masses Friday to enormous spectacle, as weary line-sitters at Apple's Fifth Avenue store prepare for their payoff.
The phone, announced last week, has already broken sales records for the tech giant, with customers placing more than 2 million preorders online in a single day.
Anticipation for the gadget began building almost immediately, and a line... » more
Songstress Fiona Apple was arrested Wednesday in Texas for alleged possession of hashish, according to TMZ.
The "Criminal" singer, 35, was on a tour bus headed through Sierra Blanca, a West Texas border town, when authorities searched the vehicle and allegedly found hash, a potent form of marijuana, along with some pot.... » more
Meow! Scarlett Johansson will return to Broadway this December in a sultry role in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
The Woody Allen darling, 27, is set to play Maggie in this production of one of Tennessee Williams' most popular plays.
"Cat" focuses on a Southern family arguing over the riches of their dying patriarch, played by Ciarán Hinds.
Elizabeth Taylor played... » more
An MTA bus driver in the Bronx was hospitalized Thursday after a fare-beating passenger choked and punched him over the $2.25 cost to ride, officials said.
According to the MTA, the alleged attack occured on the Bx41 at 161st Street and Melrose Avenue after the passenger entered through the back door and refused to pay. The driver asked for the fare, and the passenger then grabbed the driver... » more
It's way too early in the season for Jets fans to sound the alarm, but there weren't many positives in last week's 27-10 loss in Pittsburgh. Next is another adventure on the road against the Dolphins, who looked surprisingly good in a 35-13 victory over the Raiders last week. Here's a look ahead at Sunday's matchup.
Return of Revis? Darrelle Revis was cleared for contact Thursday and vows... » more
The injuries are starting to add up, as they always do in the NFL. While your lineup is ultimately dependent on who is on your team, here are some players to consider starting and sitting this week.
Brandon Pettigrew (TE, Lions) - He is turning into the second option in Detroit's passing game and benefiting from the attention paid to WR Calvin Johnson.
Michael Crabtree (WR,... » more
Last week, I discussed the ho-hum reception the specification-obsessed media gave to Apple's unveiling of the iPhone 5.
But when the green flag dropped, eager shoppers didn't hesitate to slam down their credit cards.
On Monday morning, Apple said that iPhone 5 pre-orders topped 2 million within 24 hours, more than double the previous record set by 2011's iPhone 4S. AT&T also chimed... » more
The literati will be out in full force in Brooklyn on Sunday as the Brooklyn Book Festival takes over the borough, with more than 280 authors participating in the annual event.
Started in 2006 by Brooklyn Borough president Marty Markowitz, the festival features more than 100 panels, touching on topics as far reaching as publishing, politics, poetry and everything in between.
Some of... » more