Embattled New York Republican Rep. Michael Grimm physically threatened a NY1 reporter Tuesday night after he was asked about allegations that his congressional campaign engaged in shady fundraising practices.
"Grimm" is an appropriate surname, methinks.
The Apple Store has a boo-boo.
PUPPY VORTEX A person posed a dog next to a statue of a lion outside the New York Public Library for a photo in New York on Tuesday. (Photo: Timothy Clary / AFP-Getty via The Wall Street Journal)
Dense fog surrounded the Manhattan Bridge, as viewed from the borough of Brooklyn, in New York Wednesday. (Photo: Spencer Platt / Getty Images via The Wall Street Journal)
New York City was lost under a blanket this morning. (Photo of Manhattan enveloped by fog on Wednesday by @tobiasflorin via Gothamist)
Is there a more excellently-named grocery store anywhere else?
A small plane landed on the Major Deegan Expressway in the Bronx around 3:20pm Saturday. Three of the four people aboard were injured; the aircraft was bound for LaGuardia Airport in Queens. It’s not yet clear why the plane made the emergency landing. (Photo: Ken Murray / New York Daily News)
Lower Manhattan, 3 January 2014. (Photo: Joe Tabacca / NY Daily News)
Scenes from around a snowbound New York City, which, according to mayor Bill DeBlasio, received about ten inches. The storm, which swept through on the mayor’s second and third day in office, closed city schools and disrupted roadways, trains and buses. (Photos: Outside and inside in Brooklyn by Todd Heisler / New York Times; jogging through Riverside Park in Manhattan by Mike Segar / Reuters; Harlem by Karsten Moran / NYT; the Brooklyn Bridge by Andrew Gombert / EPA; and Times Square tourists by Darren Ornitz / Reuters via NY Times)