Here's the short version: a Queens cab driver and father of three, Shahdat Tuhin, 41, is suing a Woodside car dealership called New York Motor Group, alleging that they sold him a lemon, and charged him much more than he'd agreed. He's upset about that. Longer version: according to the lawsuit he fi ... More >>
At about 7:45 p.m. on Friday, I was arrested.My crime was not as glamorous as I would have hoped -- there was no police chase, no explosions, and no hostages were taken. Like an idiot, I forgot (read: declined) to pay a ticket I received in early March for allegedly not wearing my seat belt -- empha ... More >>
A Brooklyn man who dressed up as his dead mother to commit real estate and social security fraud was in court this afternoon where he was sentenced to some rather lengthy prison time after getting found guilty last month of multiple dressing-as-your-dead-mother-to-scam-people-related crimes. Parkin, ... More >>
Here's the big difference between 2012 and 2001. Back in 2001, a private eye with a history of inserting himself into high-profile cases put out a self-published book with the really strange title of O.J. Is Guilty But Not of Murder. I read the book, interviewed the author, spent some time observ ... More >>
If you've never heard of Jay Townsend, guess what? He runs a small marketing firm and lives in Cornwall on the Hudson and last night he got at least 10,000 more votes than Eric Schneiderman (http://www.ny1.com/content/news_beats/primary_2010_returns/). Townsend is now the Republican cand ... More >>
We take the noted Love & Rockets graphic novelist to the Museum of Modern Art
Chop-shop king built his dream mansion. Then an interior decorator took him down.
Random searches on the New York City subways are as much about the appearance of safety as safety itself
Did Vallone Jr. Cross District Lines to Vote for His Dad?
A Staten Island Priest Leads a Costly and Well-Organized Campaign Against Abortion
Pataki, Sweeney, Powers, Fossella to Prosper in Dubya Reign
After the Latest Police Killing of Another Unarmed Black Man, The Feds Need Little Convincing to Intervene in New York
Ray Lucas Surmounts All Obstacles as He Guides the Jets Back to Respectability