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New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis admits he concealed a nagging oblique strain from the team last year but claims the injury wasn't a factor in his poor performance.
The Mets clubhouse erupted into quite the unusual scene on Monday morning as first baseman Ike Davis decided to confront a New York Post reporter.
A McDonald's worker who had been on the job for eight years was told to go home — that her services were no longer needed — the day after she paid $92 out of her own pocket for firefighters who came in to eat.
New York City's newest mayor, Bill de Blasio, wants to reduce the speed limit on city streets by 5 miles per hour, from 30 mph to 25 mph.
A JPMorgan Chase investment banker plunged to his death Monday from the roof of the bank's 30-story headquarters in Hong Kong, according to reports.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is airing TV ads around the country offering tax-free status for 10 years to new business startups entering his state.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has issued perhaps one of his most controversial decisions yet — at least to Chicagoans: The deep-dish slice the city's known for is not really pizza.
Want to know where all the cheaters live? A new New York City website aimed at helping cheaters do their thing now offers some geographical data that tells where most reside.
Al Roker — the "Today" show weatherman known as much for his sunny disposition as for his atmospheric forecasts — took to Twitter to let newly minted Mayor Bill de Blasio know his views of the decision to keep open snowy New York City's schools, and it wasn't pretty.