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Three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston is trading in Heisenberg's black bowler hat for Lyndon B. Johnson's black-rimmed glasses.
A Bronx great-grandmother, after dinner at a Manhattan noodle shop, bought a Powerball ticket using the numbers inside her dessert - and wound up a winner.
As farmers markets gear up for the warmer seasons, get the first taste of spring produce with these deals for seasonal specialties.
No matter how far along the path we are, we are eager to leap ahead to tangible results instead of merely experiencing process.
March 6, 2014 - Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and George Venizelos, the Assistant Director in Charge of the New York Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation , announced that Peter Strain, a talent agent for film, television, and Broadway actors, pled guilty today in Manhattan federal ... (more)
Police are looking for a man behind a vicious assault in Manhattan that is being investigated as a bias attack.
Today, the editors at NYCTourist.com released their top three fun things to do & can't miss activities in New York City for March.
A California talent agent for film, television and Broadway actors pleaded guilty in New York to stealing over a half million dollars from clients after spending lavishly on himself.
Kosher shops and restaurants once dotted the streets of the Lower East Side. Now, a small campaign is working to bring a kosher restaurant back to the neighborhood.
If you're an art lover looking for something a little offbeat, there's a gallery in Manhattan that keeps things hardcore.
Sitting in an office chair all day is bad for your health. That's why the coffee break is a necessary, potentially life-extending, recess in one's workday -- that, and the chance to procrastinate on that Powerpoint presentation a little longer.
Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman, a 150-attorney firm headquartered in Los Angeles, has opened a New York office with six-attorneys from Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker.
During the 1970s fiscal crisis, the city acquired significant quantities of property by way of owner abandonment and tax foreclosure, which it used in subsequent decades to subsidize affordable housing development.
March 4, 2014 - Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced the arraignment of Wing K. Lim, also known as Kent Lam, for operating a multi-million-dollar securities fraud scheme spanning more than a year.
Police are trying to track down the suspect who has pulled off a string of armed robberies of stores in Manhattan.