LOS ANGELES (AP) — The woman who married a notorious Rockefeller impostor and bore his child told jurors in his murder trial Tuesday her story of a 12-year-marriage to a man whose identity was a lie.
Sandy Boss said she was charmed by the bright, quirky man who called himself Clark Rockefeller and she believed everything he told her about himself. Read More
NEW YORK (AP) — The brother of a jailed one-time billionaire hedge fund boss has been charged with conspiring with his brother to cheat on Wall Street and earn nearly $1.2 million illegally, federal authorities announced Thursday. Read More
A sea of emerald green is sweeping the nation this weekend as crowds gather in big cities and small towns to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
In New York, hundreds of thousands of revelers lined the St. Patrick's Day parade route, cheering the marching bands, dance troupes and politicians. Read More
San Francisco 49ers’ director of player personnel Tom Gamble has emerged as the top candidate for the New York Jets’ general manager job, ESPN reported Sunday.Gamble interviewed for the job on Saturday.The job opened up when the Jets fired Mike Tannenbaum last week.Gamble reportedly declined a second interview with the Jacksonville Jaguars so he could concentrate on the Jets’ job. Read More
With the U.S. surgeon general recently weighing in on the benefits of walking, and Chicago and New York City developing robust safety programs, local activists are wondering why The City is not doing more to bolster its long-awaited pedestrian action plan. Read More
As Kimberly Bellinger watched the devastation of Superstorm Sandy strike her fellow New Yorkers, she knew she had to do something.
As a resident of the Upper East Side in Manhattan, Bellinger, 31, never lost power. But she watched the devastation unfold across several social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Read More
Glancing at her resume, becoming a cabaret chanteuse would not seem to have been a primary goal for Emily Bergl.
However, despite making a splash on big and small screens for the last decade — her film debut was 1999’s “The Rage: Carrie 2” — music has always been lurking in the shadows just waiting to grab her by the arm. Read More
What can we say? What should we say?
Remember that Adlai Stevenson remark, that “it hurts too much to laugh, but I’m too old to cry”?
It’s hard to hold back the tears after this one. As hard as it was for star-crossed Kyle Williams to hold the football.
It couldn’t happen again, against the same team, the New York Giants, in the same place, decrepit Candlestick Park, under the same circumstances.
But it did happen again. Read More
Nothing comes easily against these 49ers. Hidden beneath the accolades and praise heaped upon Vernon Davis, Alex Smith, the defense, coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff, has been the subtle fact that the 49ers make an opponent’s every possession difficult. And that’s before the defense takes the field. Read More
At the end of October, the Statue of Liberty — a gift from France to symbolize the friendship between the two countries and a shared love of liberty — celebrated its 125th anniversary. The American icon known as as Lady Liberty was dedicated in 1886 by President Grover Cleveland, and receives millions of visitors every year. Read More