â¢ She's a chill mom! After spending a day at the beach with her boys Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, Victoria Beckham took her crew over to the Malibu Country Mart, where they stopped into the ChocolateBox CafÃ©. Dressed down in a black tank top, baseball cap, jeans and flip-flops, Posh treated her boys to some gelato to-go.
A Brooklyn man faces a trespassing charge after allegedly causing a security breach at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday.
Federal agents Tuesday announced they have broken up five separate rings that allegedly filed $61 million in false claims with Medicare, and charged 32 people in Miami, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; and Brooklyn, New York, with a variety of schemes to defraud the health care system for the elderly and disabled.
With sales slow and credit tight, small merchants are scrambling to stock their shelves for the year's biggest shopping season.
We've all heard the hype: In our wireless world, your company can thrive from a loft in Brooklyn or a houseboat in Hawaii. Where you are doesn't matter, because we're all on the same vast, virtual plane. Right?
Every Friday evening, the Nunez family sits down to a traditional religious dinner.
A Brooklyn resident was indicted on conspiracy charges for trying to join a terrorist group overseas and kill U.S. troops, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York announced Thursday.
A CNN crew heads to Bedford, New York, trying to find the tent of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
The town of Bedford, New York, is not happy with a tent set up as part of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's visit to the United States for the United Nations General Assembly, a town attorney said Tuesday.
Some of my greatest travel memories are about exploring the local markets -- digging through the goods, chatting with vendors, feeling my way through the nuances of a spirited negotiation. Each time, I walk away with an earful of native lore and insider info -- on top of armfuls of awesome finds.
The British are coming, the British are coming -- to Brooklyn? By subway?
A four-story residential building collapsed Sunday in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, and at least four people suffered minor injuries, according to the New York City Fire Department.
A four-story residential building collapsed Sunday in the Fort Green neighborhood of Brooklyn.
It's nearly impossible to explain to the uninitiated the enormousness of parenthood, the all-encompassing giganticness of sharing your home with a baby.
How can you avoid losing your shirt in this market? By paying less for it.
With cd sales tanking (by nearly 50 percent since 2000) along with the economy and record stores going under by the score, album artwork ought to be placed on the endangered species list. So let us give thanks for the modest revival of the vinyl LP record.
This article is adapted from Forever Blue by Michael D'Antonio, to be published by Riverhead Books. © 2009 by Michael D'Antonio.
A stage manager on production facilities for the NBC show "Lipstick Jungle" has been charged with stealing almost $30,000 in designer fashion from the show, the Brooklyn district attorney's office said.
On Sunday morning, I boarded a bus in Brooklyn with a group of approximately 40 citizens from New York, all African-American, each of whom would not have missed for almost anything the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
CNN's Susan Candiotti reports on a hate-crime march in Brooklyn following two suspected Latino attacks.
Mourning relatives say they hope a slain Latino immigrant can become a symbol against hate crimes.
A lot of business travelers come off as know-it-alls, moving effortlessly from their towncars to their first-class lounges to the front of the plane, where they're served mimosas, as they recline in their ergonomic leather seats.
New York police seek a man caught on video attacking an 85-year-old woman in a Brooklyn elevator and stealing $900.
New York City authorities are investigating whether a man shown mugging an elderly woman in a surveillance video is connected to a series of attacks on elderly people this summer.
Visitors to New York, lost in a cavern of skyscrapers, might forget they're in a coastal city. But across the East River from Manhattan, Brooklyn holds claim to memorable water views. From its shores, travelers witness the reflections of massive buildings and bridges wavering with the wind. In the distance, they see the Statue of Liberty hoisting her torch high above barges and ships crisscrossing the harbor.
Authorities investigate why a patient at a Brooklyn hospital lay nearly an hour before getting medical attention.
A 49-year-old woman collapsed and died on the floor of a waiting room at a Brooklyn psychiatric hospital and lay there for more than an hour as employees ignored her, according to the New York Civil Liberties Union, which on Tuesday released surveillance camera video of the incident.
When the spigots are turned on this Thursday, four mammoth waterfalls will spring into existence, freestanding cataracts roaring down into New York's East River
Walkoffs, Last Licks and Final Outs: Baseball's Grand (and no-so-grand) Finales is a new book co-authored by Bill Chuck and former Sports Illustrated baseball writer Jim Kaplan that takes a look at the stories behind some of the most memorable and bizarre occurrences in baseball history. To order the book, go to actasports.com.
Thousands of people are expected at the Brooklyn Bridge's 125th birthday celebration to honor the storied span which opened on May 24, 1883
The lights were on, but fewer fans were in attendance.
New York police secretly set up a fake company to demonstrate how easily and anonymously a terrorist could purchase chlorine on the Internet for a deadly chemical strike
As friends, family and colleagues talk about the imprint Heath Ledger left on their lives, his neighbors said the 28-year-old actor left something even more permanent in Brooklyn – with a little help from his daughter Matilda.
Sporty Spice, she ain't.
John Norris' family is drinking a lot less milk these days. He said he considers the higher prices and has cut back on his kids' milk consumption. But between work and family obligations, he still drives almost as much as he used to.
Just days before his death, the Brooklyn, New York, middle-school student who died from an antibiotic-resistant staph infection had visited a hospital with skin lesions and was treated with allergy medicine, according to the family's lawyer, Paul Weitz.
A middle school student from Brooklyn died Thursday, probably from the staph infection MRSA, according to the New York City Health Department.
The travel industry is sinking billions of dollars into technology like online booking tools, check-in kiosks and phone systems that recognize your voice, promising it will make you next trip easier than ever.
Dear Annie: I work for a company that is pretty generous with money for its top performers (I've gotten three big raises in three years), and I appreciate that. But as a single dad, what I could really use is more time to get my two kids to school in the morning, and occasionally a couple of hours off in the afternoons. I would be happy to make up the "lost" time by working later. My question is, would it be weird to ask my boss for flextime instead of another raise? -Palisades Papa
Severe weather in NY
Strong winds and heavy rainstorms tore through the Big Apple early Wednesday, killing one person and wreaking havoc on the region's transit system and causing delays at two major airports.
Makeshift submarine found
Authorities arrested three people Friday after detectives saw a replica of a Revolutionary War submarine floating near the dock of the Queen Mary II.
New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Exxon Mobil Corp. to force the cleanup of a decades-old oil spill in New York City.
Pretty soon I'll be on my sabbatical from Sports Illustrated, the six-months break to write my memoirs, as previously explained. These are the rules. I'll still do a mailbag column once every week or so, just to keep my hand in the game. And now, to kick off this installment, we have Sarah P. from Brooklyn, who submitted the following:
This year's holiday gifts include a corduroy-and-sherpa dog bed and chimes that play "Amazing Grace."
These holiday presents, made by small companies, outshine the usual ties and socks.By Brandi Stewart
In the world of the dance movie, life is stripped down to the honesty of bodies in motion and a rhythm-dictated intimacy that can't be denied. There's usually a class factor, a competitive element, a disapproving authority figure, or perhaps all three.
Today's successful entrepreneurs are keeping it close to home.
A judge said she needs more information before ruling on a motion by US Weekly magazine to dismiss a $20 million libel lawsuit filed against it by Britney Spears.
Ethanol vs. Gasoline
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Millions of New York City commuters found new ways around town amid a transit strike that brought the country's largest public transportation system to a grinding halt. CNN.com asked readers to e-mail their travel stories. Here are a few of their responses, some of which have been edited:
When singers and performers set out to sharpen their skills, some attend music conservatories, some go to a university with a strong performing arts program, and some take private lessons.
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jay-Z are among the big-name investors in a Brooklyn-based beauty line called "Carol's Daughter," according to the New York Post.
THERE'S A RAT LOOSE HERE at the Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., and it's coming right at me. Suddenly it veers and goes back the way it came. Then it loops around and darts toward me ag...
Two former New York City police detectives accused of being hit men for the Mafia more than 20 years ago pleaded not guilty at their Brooklyn federal court arraignment Thursday on charges that included murder, drug distribution and money laundering.
On the eve of the release of its new album, the rock band U2 surprised fans Monday with performances throughout New York City, culminating in a 45-minute concert in Brooklyn in the late afternoon.
A mob of chanting "demonstrators" clashed with police Thursday in Brooklyn in a mock protest held to review arrest procedures ahead of the Republican National Convention.
There was a shortage of regular guys on the road. At least that's how it seemed to six young Russians driving on the Southern State Parkway. They had left the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn--kn...
For many black kids growing up in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant, the color of money has often seemed very white. That didn't sit well with Earl G. Graves, who was raised in that t...
Cross Brad Pitt with Pele, and you'll know why England is atwitter over soccer star David Beckham and his ex-Spice Girl wife, Posh. With Becks off to Spain, the pair are spilling ink worldwide. Wha...
We were all set to review More Mirth of a Nation (Perennial), a terrific anthology of humor writing, but then we found this, about to be posted on Amazon.com...
In August, I treated myself to a night on the town: mouth-watering Italian fare at Brooklyn's Coney Island followed by a Brooklyn Cyclones game at Keyspan Park, the picturesque stadium built for th...
Beth Terrana is on her third fund at Fidelity, and she's batting three for three. At Fidelity Growth & Income, from 1985 to 1990, she produced a 15.7% annualized return, vs. 11.9% for the S&P 500. ...
Steak isn't good for you, but it's still really good. In business it remains the dinner of champions. Because a steak dinner is, more than ever, a special event ("Judge Fleabottom threw out the cha...
Bring on the presidential campaign. However serious, or silly, it may get, Fortune enters the fray particularly well armed this time, because of the brace of opinion columnists we've added to the f...
U.S. students returning to school this fall may run across a new acronym besides the three R's -- TQM. The trade magazine Quality Progress reports that 415 schools, colleges, and universities now u...
As a subscriber to MONEY for many years, I have always looked forward to your index of articles; I have not found one for 1992, however. Bernard Levine Brooklyn
Six bright-yellow taxicabs powered by compressed natural gas are now bouncing through the potholes of New York City, the newest contestants in the great race to create alternative-fuel vehicles. Th...
I would like to see a law that requires all our financial institutions to send their mortgage loan customers a detailed monthly statement showing prior loan balance, last payment information and ho...
Thanks for the fine piece you published in July about how a bigot disrupted the life of the Long family of Arizona. That piece and pieces like it are one reason I subscribe to MONEY. Many working A...
On summer mornings in my gentrified Brooklyn neighborhood, the birdsong starts soon after daybreak. There's the cheerful chuk-chuk of the Seco-Larm 5100DL as it switches off in the Saab across the ...
230 BERNARD KING Forward, Washington Bullets Height: 6' 7'' Weight: 205 Born: 12/4/56, Brooklyn, N.Y.
If inflation and recession fears have you fretting over your investment portfolio, take heart! The stocks of natural gas distributors now offer sumptuous -- and safe -- dividends and enticing growt...
Your article ''Race and Money'' in the December issue was superb. Social questions such as this should be given consideration in every issue. Joseph A.D. Sutton Brooklyn, N.Y.
Retiring well can be the best revenge. Ask Leonard Shapiro, the dynamo depicted on the opposite page. After selling his health aids distribution business, he founded an investigative newsletter at ...
WITHIN THE thriving business of suing people -- what you might call the disservice sector of the American economy -- expert witnesses occupy a fast- growing and controversial niche. Hardly a liabil...
Joseph Cuthbert, 20, is a typical inner-city kid. He grew up with two sisters and a brother in a tough section of Brooklyn, where he was raised by his mother, a nurse's aide. He never knew his fath...
In a stock market notably lacking in energy, investors may warm up to the safety and high-dividend income of local gas company stocks. About 100 publicly traded companies take natural gas delivered...
You can smooth out your cash flow by buying shares in half a dozen utilities and receiving a dividend check roughly every two weeks. Here is such a portfolio, recommended by analyst John Slatter at...
Q. Can a refugee from Soviet Communism adapt to capitalist America? A. You bet. JUST LOOK at the record of the Russian emigres who began landing on U.S. shores 14 years ago. Though the best-known s...
On average, a premium Christmas tree costs the same as last year -- between $3 and $4 a foot in rural areas and roughly double that in urban locations. Otherwise, the price of the basic tree, depen...
The Transit Authority will study the possibility of eliminating sections of 11 subway lines because of low ridership . . . The subway segments . . . are primarily in low-income neighborhoods of the...