“I’m a good person — I don’t deserve this," Tatiana Nazarinova, 31, told the Daily News, crying on the phone from her hospital bed Sunday. “I gave her food, I gave her clothes, I gave her everything.”
Donna Wright, Shakiem Brunson and Ashley Serrano were apprehended on 9th St. and Avenue D for failing to social distance just after 5:30 p.m. Saturday during a violent arrest that has since gone viral.
Cooped-up New Yorkers who've cleaned and organized their homes are finding that with few places open for donations due to coronavirus, the heaps of unwanted clothes and other household goods are piling up.
Two masked bandits hopped out of their jeep wielding silenced pistols and shot down a 51-year-old man in the Bronx, video obtained by the Daily News Sunday shows.
“Yesterday was just basically about a day of getting adjusted to the trach and seeing how he’s doing with it and kind of leveling out these settings,” Kloots said in an Instagram story.
Ahead of the annual Met Gala on the first Monday of May, take a look back at the dresses that have made a statement or missed the mark over the years.
When 106-year-old Frances Abbracciamento of Queens was diagnosed with pneumonia during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in New York, her children prepared for the worst.
Two brothers in New Jersey who approached four juveniles out walking and offered them a ride now face kidnapping and sexual assault charges, authorities said Sunday.
A Florida family is mourning the loss of a toddler who was found dead in a lake hours after she wandered away from her home in Tampa, police said. Two-year-old Lori Thermidor was wearing pajamas when she went missing around 3:30 p.m. Friday, according to the Tampa Police Department.
There was a time not so long ago when it appeared that Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye would rule the Jets secondary forever. Times have certainly changed.
While some can't wait to show off their beach body after a long winter, these celebs stay bikini ready year-round! Check out the hottest celebrity beach bodies.
With subway ridership down by 93% as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, MTA crews were surprised to see two deaths in such a short period of time.
New Yorkers who walked out into the sunlight to enjoy temperatures in the mid-70s were met with stepped-up enforcement by authorities who handed out dozens of citations for getting too close to one another or failing to wear face masks.
The 32-year-old nurse was walking into a building on W. 149th St., where she’s staying in an Airbnb apartment, when she was attacked Friday night, sources said.
Thursday, a president who scoffs at the firm conclusions of the intelligence community when they don’t fit his prepackaged narrative said he has a “high degree of confidence” that coronavirus came from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology.
If you are New York health care worker or any kind of frontline worker willing to share your story, we want to hear from you.
Statewide school closures are being updated in real time amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last two months, the United States effectively went from 4% of kids being homeschooled, according to the Department of Education, to all but a small handful of states shuttering public schools across the country. Regardless of when schools reopen, students are finding ways in the meantime to stay sharp and learn new skills. (Angela Underwood, Stacker)
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Last week, both Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo appointed task-forces and sector advisory councils to help inform how New York will come out of the COVID-19 crisis. However, there are no experts in a crisis we have never experienced before.
Veteran CBS News and “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl revealed Sunday that she had been hospitalized for a week with COVID-19 – but was now fully recovered and back at work.
The NFL has followed other sports leagues and companies such as the NBA and Disney Studios by releasing a new collection of face masks for football fans to show support for their favorite team.
Audrey Hepburn is remembered as one of the acting world's most revered darlings, thanks to films like "Roman Holiday," "Funny Face," and the cult-classic "Breakfast at Tiffany's". Here's a look back at her life and career on stage and screen.
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Gil Schwartz, longtime head of communications at CBS whose side hustle as a humor columnist and author under the pen name Stanley Bing earned him renown, has died. He was 68.
Author J.K. Rowling has donated ￡1 million (about $1.25 million) to charities supporting the vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis.
Corden will use his own money to pay the salaries of about 60 furloughed members of “The Late Late Show” team beginning the week of May 4.
It’s been three months since Jenny from the Block rocked the Super Bowl stage — and now she’s taking fans behind the scenes.
Lockdown doesn't apply to them! As the coronavirus outbreak continues to force people to stay home, animals have taken over the empty streets. See how these cute creatures walk where humans once crowded.
Most of America is staying home as a way to mitigate risks of the coronavirus spreading, so people across the country are trying to get their favorite food fix from their own kitchens. With a little help from search engines, quarantine cooks are scoring recipes for everything from chicken salad to margaritas, and there are trends in each state. From Alabama to Wyoming, these are the top uniquely searched recipes in Google from across America in the past 90 days and in each state over the past 30 days.
Some are hitting the (dye) bottle, others are chopping it off. It's hard to keep up in Hollywood, where stars seem to sport a different hairstyle every day of the week. From tiny trims to full blown hair transformations, check out the range of looks for these celebrity hair chameleons.
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When a spectacular standoff straight out of a Hollywood gangster flick was finally over, two detectives lay wounded, an East Harlem tenement was ablaze, and a bullet-riddled gunman named August Robles had made good on his vow that he’d never be taken alive.