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Neither of the nation's two largest cities, New York and Los Angeles, have ever had female mayors, but that could change big time this year, as both cities have strong female candidates with a chance of becoming mayor, in races where the incumbents are term-limited. 2013 could be a "year of the woman" in major city halls, in what women's political ... (more) Comment?
The uphill battle for reviving the gun debate in Congress comes into sharp view after talking to Senator Jeff Flake, a Republican who opposed the bill to expand background checks. Comment?
In a keynote address at the NRA annual convention in Houston, Glenn Beck likened New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to a Nazi. Comment?
Talk to a teenager of color living in Harlem or the Bronx and chances are they will have a story to tell about life under "stop and frisk." Known as a "250" within the New York Police Department, the right to stop, question and pat down anyone deemed reasonably suspicious is a Supreme Court-approved tactic available to law enforcement across the ... (more) Comment?
Spoiler alert: His name is Alex Mizrahi, from Brooklyn, N.Y., and his Twitter handle takes the gas out of Huffington Post's own Twitter headlines by beating the news site to the punch line. Comment?
A destroyed home is viewed in the Oakwood Beach neighborhood in Staten Island, Feb. Comment?
As the Boston Marathon bombings investigation continues, more information from authorities has emerged that clarifies some earlier reports from officials or provides more details on the suspected bombers, brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and their backgrounds: MIT OFFICER: Officer Sean Collier was shot inside in his patrol car late ... (more) Comment?
New York's Times Square narrowly missed being attacked by the accused Boston bombers , with the surviving suspect allegedly telling interrogators that he and his brother made a spontaneous decision to continue trying to maim and kill Americans. Comment?
No one under 21 would be able to buy cigarettes in the city under a proposal unveiled Monday to make it the most populous place in America to set the minimum age that high. Comment?
We might think it's a natural instinct for people to run from danger. How do we explain, then, those people that run toward dangerous situations to help? As a first responder, New York and New Jersey Port Authority Chief John Ryan has spent the last 35 years serving and protecting others, sometimes putting his life in danger. Comment?
A judge announced Friday that a settlement had been reached in the divorce case of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, ABC station KABC in Los Angeles reports. Comment?
The 1980s are fondly remembered for their blinding neon prints, crimped hair, video games, 8-track tapes, "The Breakfast Club." But at its core, it was a decade devoted to creative experimentation, which gave birth to hip-hop, rap and pop. Comment?
In the new Jackie Robinson biopic, " 42 ," out today, one thing is clear: Transforming the American pastime of baseball took nearly superhuman courage for him and his wife, Rachel. Comment?
An elderly couple in Brooklyn, N.Y., found a huge pile of cash-what they reckon was $100,000-in a bank's safety deposit box. Comment?
Rigoberto Ramos from Seaford, Del., originally from Guatemala, rallies for immigration reform in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, April 10, 2013. Comment?
House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., chronicled his star-struck Inauguration 2013 moment with Beyonce and Jay-Z. Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, let loose a baby picture of himself and his brother. Comment?
A coalition of U.S. mayors released plans this morning to take members of Congress to task for what the group perceives as votes against gun control. Comment?
A man in a Cookie Monster outfit was arrested in Times Square and accused of pushing 2-year-old Samay Kurada. Comment?
When Luis Hernandez was a high school freshman, he weighed 300 pounds and his father was mostly absent. Comment?
Pick up a pay phone anywhere in New York City this month and you will be transported back in time to a critical moment in New York history: 1993. 4 comments