In what is starting to go beyond amusing and into someone-please-help-her territory, Amanda Bynes was reportedly tossed from a gymnastics class in New York City for, you guessed it, acting erratically. Read More
“Cat Woman” plastic surgery addict Jocelyn Wildenstein was almost evicted from her Manhattan apartment, according to the New York Post. The freaky socialite allegedly neglected to pay rent for three months and her landlord was forced to begin court proceedings. Read More
Barry Bonds will confront a fan who hates him in an upcoming reality show “H8R”, The New York Post is reporting.The CW show, set to debut next month, will have the Giants great watch a tape of a hater sounding off on him, then will try to convince the person he’s a decent human being, The Post said.The paper noted it will be Bonds’ first major public appearance since being convicted of obstructing justice in connection to long-running allegations of steroid use. Read More
The New York Post today caught Congressman Anthony Weiner heading back to the office today, and he answered a few questions.
"I'm going to get back to work as best I can," he said when asked about whether or not he would resign.
When asked about his wife Huma Abedin, Weiner replied:
"Conversations between my wife and me are private, but you know, she's bearing up well and she's back at work and she's doing a great job," he said. Read More
San Francisco’s Human Rights Commission has gone after the New York Post for its coverage in the International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Khan scandal in New York City. The Post wrote an article about the possibility of the accuser having HIV or AIDS. Read More
On New Year’s Eve, a priest in Queens, N.Y., performed the last rites for 3-month-old Addison Reynoso, who had a respiratory infection and was struggling to breathe.With New York’s streets still clogged with snow, emergency responders took more than half an hour to arrive. On the way to the hospital, the streets were so unnavigable that paramedics ditched their ambulance and ran the infant to the hospital. By the time they arrived, the child was brain-dead. Read More
In retaliation for budget cuts, sanitation workers deliberately slowed the snow cleanup efforts, raising their plows over snow-filled streets and skipping streets on their routes, according to three sanitation workers and two supervisors who visited City Councilman Dan Hollaran, R-Queens. Read More
A Metrorail Blue Line train that I was riding into Washington this morning kept stopping between stations. The obviously frustrated train operator finally told passengers that signal lights (known as “lunars”) were suddenly changing on him without prior notification. Read More
Bankruptcy trustee Irving Picard, who is liquidating the bogus investment firm of convicted fraudster Bernie Madoff, gave $26.9 million to a Manhattan law firm to recover $849,000 for the victims of the largest Ponzi scheme in American history. Read More
City bus drivers in New York can take up to two months off to heal from the indignity of being spat upon by angry or abusive passengers, the New York Post reports. Under their union contract, which defines being spat upon as “assault,” they are allowed to take paid sick leave to recover. Read More