If you signed off the internet for a few hours on Thursday afternoon, maybe to transfer to a different device after briefly interacting with loved ones, you missed what we assume will be the shortest presidential campaign of the 2016 election.
Two buildings in the East Village have collapsed and others are on fire, according to multiple news sources.
This morning, French authorities said that the plane crash in the Alps earlier this week may have been deliberate.
Governor Mike Pence declared a public-health emergency in Indiana today after an HIV outbreak in rural Scott County, mostly owing to intravenous drug use.
A building in the East Village appears to have collapsed, according to photos tweeted by the NYC scanner.
In February, New York Magazine published a story on the men and women who fled the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan — and mostly escaped punishment from the federal government.
The prosecutor examining a Germanwings plane crash that killed 150 people on Tuesday has opened an investigation for voluntary manslaughter, as it increasingly seems that the only co-pilot left in the cockpit at the end of the flight wanted to “destroy the aircraft.” The pilot was a 28-year-old German man ...
Two weeks before Chicago residents decide whether to reelect Rahm Emanuel as mayor, they’re starting to see a softer side of Rahmbo.
Condé Nast's last magazines at 4 Times Square — Vanity Fair and Bon Appétit — moved downtown in January, leaving the old Magazine Heaven spaces empty.
Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes, whose obsession with the NCAA stenographers has already been well documented, accidentally let slip during a press conference on Wednesday that he totally has a crush on one named Debra.
The Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General recently released a report focusing on how the department's various agencies respond to sexual-harassment and misconduct allegations.
Sure, one is an actor with ties to a cult, and the other is a politician with ties to a guy who wants "to send Barack Obama back to Kenya," but some of the stuff that comes from the mouths of Tom Cruise and Ted Cruz can actually sound remarkably ...
The New York Post published a story today that finally solves the mystery of ever-lengthening subway commutes: "an epidemic of bad behavior by out-of-control passengers." The story notes that more than 2,300 train delays were reportedly caused by "unruly passengers" in January, an 80 percent increase from last year.
Investigators retrieved audio from the cockpit voice recorder in Germanwings Flight 9525, which crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday, but rather than explaining why the plane fell out of the sky, killing all 150 people onboard, the recording revealed a shocking twist.
Like many adults of a certain age, I thought that AOL was the internet for some time. I dialed up and onto the internet through AOL.
In 2016 Californians may be able to vote to legalize the killing of homosexuals by "bullets to the head" or "any other convenient method," if state Attorney General Kamala Harris's effort to block the ballot initiative is unsuccessful.
Wednesday on the Tonight show, Jimmy Fallon got dolled up to look like Mitt Romney looking in a mirror.
Investigators retrieved audio from the cockpit voice recorder in the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday, but rather than explaining why the plane fell out of the sky, killing all 150 people on board, the recording revealed a shocking twist.
Amy Spitalnick, Mayor Bill de Blasio's spokesperson, reached out to the Daily Caller for a story correction on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court sent a case back to the lower courts on Wednesday, giving Peggy Young, who says that UPS discriminated against her while she was pregnant, another chance to argue her side.