5:19 AM EDT, Sat March 23, 2019
3 hours ago

Woman pinned against car and killed in Harlem hit and run

A 26-year-old woman was killed when she struck and pinned against a parked car by a hit-and-run driver in Harlem Friday night, cops said The unidentified woman stepped of the curb at W. 141st Street at Amsterdam Ave. at about 10 p.m. when a black 2003 GMC Denali hurtling south on Amsterdam plowed...
6 hours ago

Estate of late Robert Durst wife sues him for wrongful death, implicates his famous family

The estate of Robert Durst’s first wife has sued him for her wrongful death -- and alleges other members of the Durst family conspired to cover up her killing. Only Robert Durst is a defendant in the Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit. But the papers filed by Kathie Durst’s estate say Robert’s late...
7 hours ago

Former East Pittsburgh cop found not guilty in fatal shooting of Antwon Rose

The former East Pittsburgh cop who was charged with criminal homicide in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teen Antwon Rose was found not guilty Friday. A verdict was reached after the jury deliberated for three and a half hours, according to CBS Pittsburgh. Former police officer Michael Rosfeld...
7 hours ago

Lonzo Ball splits from Big Baller Brand co-founder over $1.5M in missing funds

The Lakers’ Lonzo Ball officially ended all ties with a co-founder of his family’s Big Baller Brand. Alan Foster, co-founder, longtime friend of the Ball family, and part inspiration behind the brand’s 2014 creation, lost the trust of the elder Ball brother after being unable to account for about...
7 hours ago

Barbra Streisand says Michael Jackson’s accusers were ‘thrilled to be there’ and his ‘sexual needs were his sexual needs’

Barbra Streisand is under fire for comments she made about two men accusing Michael Jackson of sexually assaulting them as children. The legendary singer and actress said that Wade Robson and James Safechuck — whose allegations against the late King of Pop resurfaced in the recent documentary “Leaving...
9 hours ago

Gary Harris: Tim Izzo isn’t the problem, ‘society is getting soft’

As Tom Izzo faced criticism for berating his player, former Michigan State star Gary Harris told the Daily News that the scene was normal from his former coach and nobody involved took it personally. Moreover, Harris said the attention is an indictment of everybody else’s sensitivity. “Society...
9 hours ago

Aaron Hicks’ April 4 return ‘a little ambitious’ says Aaron Boone

TAMPA — Aaron Hicks’ goal of being ready on April 4, the first day he would be eligible to come off the disabled list, is “a little ambitious,” his manager said Friday night. The Yankee center fielder has missed nearly three weeks with “chronic,” back pain. “We gotta get him going again into baseball...
9 hours ago

Gov. Cuomo condemns ‘cancer’ of hate crimes amid wave of anti-Semitic attacks in New York

Hate has no place in New York, Gov. Cuomo said Friday after announcing the arrest of an upstate man accused of making a reference to a gas chamber and calling his co-worker a “f---ing Jew.” Cuomo railed against a recent rash of anti-Semitic acts as he joined State Police in Kingston to announce...
10 hours ago

Taylor Swift superfan indicted in latest case for burglarizing her Tribeca townhouse

A Taylor Swift superfan with repeated busts at her Tribeca home who was arrested on two felony charges for his latest stunt was indicted Friday by a grand jury. Roger Alvarado, 23, was arrested at Swift’s Franklin St. townhouse on March 7, after using a ladder to climb to the terrace where he tried...
10 hours ago

HUD Administrator Lynne Patton tours S.I. NYCHA complex, says mayor gets no points for turning on heat and hot water

You don’t get points for giving tenants heat and hot water. Federal housing administrator Lynne Patton visited a NYCHA property on Staten Island on Friday and, echoing sentiments expressed by many New Yorkers, called out the city for abysmal conditions in public housing. “What’s going on here is...
10 hours ago

Roseanne Barr says Sara Gilbert ‘destroyed’ her life and her show

Their characters had mother-daughter spats on both the original and reboot runs of “Roseanne,” but controversy-plagued namesake star Roseanne Barr has some harsh words in real life for Sara Gilbert. Barr claims that Gilbert “destroyed” both her life and the reboot that had a brief run last spring...
10 hours ago

Bronx man who accused NYPD lieutenant of unprovoked punch headed to prison on manslaughter charge

A man who says he was punched by an NYPD lieutenant will have to press his claim from behind bars -- he was sentenced to 13 years in prison Friday on manslaughter charges. Career criminal Kevin Pettiway told the Daily News in August 2017 that he was minding his own business on Webster Ave. in Claremont,...
10 hours ago

Mets still have three relievers fighting for final bullpen spot

PORT ST. LUCIE — Following another early morning roster slash on Friday, the Mets have just 36 players with lockers in big-league camp. The team will begin assembling it’s Opening Day roster with just three Grapefruit League games remaining. The position players expected to break camp are becoming...
11 hours ago

Husband of murdered nurse Diana Keel drove west, 20 hours a day for three days, in his parent’s pickup before he was captured in Arizona

A North Carolina man captured in Arizona days after he allegedly killed his wife was extradited to his home state on Friday. Rexford Lynn Keel Jr., 55, returned to Nash County on a private jet in shackles Friday afternoon escorted by Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone. Stone traveled to Arizona to...
11 hours ago

Release it all: Make the entire Mueller Report public

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 election is in the hands of Attorney General William Barr. It must soon be in the hands of the American people. By all means, black out whatever must be blacked out to prevent the revelation of sources and methods, but...