Similarities to cash laundering: experts PAUL MANAFORT, the former Trump campaign manager facing multiple investigations for his political and financial ties to Russia, has engaged in a series of puzzling real estate deals in New York City over the past 11 years.
TWO GENERATIONS before James Jackson went hunting for black men to kill in Manhattan, his grandfather crusaded for the rights of African-Americans in Louisiana, the Daily News has learned.
THE HOUSE Intelligence Committee has canceled all meetings for the rest of the week -- including one that would have featured testimony from former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates -- amid growing calls for the panel's chairman, Rep.
A WEALTHY hedge fund executive nearly ruined by the Bernard Madoff scandal was taking antidepressants before his shocking Midtown suicide leap, sources said Tuesday.
A FORMER contestant of "The Apprentice" can't pursue her suit against President Trump -- because he's the President, Trump's lawyer argued Tuesday.
Feds offer fellow ex-Fox big immunity over $ex THE FEDS are planning to hold Fox News Channel's feet to the fire.
THE RENT freeze is cool with a Manhattan judge. State Supreme Court Justice Debra James ruled Tuesday that the Rent Guidelines Board could consider tenant affordability when determining rent hikes of rent stabilized apartments.
NOW THAT HE'S a civilian, the NYPD should release ex-cop Richard Haste's Civilian Complaint Review Board records, as well as departmental trial findings on the officer who fatally shot unarmed Bronx teen Ramarley Graham, his mother said Tuesday.
ALBANY Gov. Cuomo is resurrecting a 1932 state car used by Franklin Roosevelt when he was New York governor.
AN EX-NYPD COP found himself on the other side of the law Tuesday after authorities linked him to a heroin trafficking ring on Staten Island, officials said.
Malcolm X said it best: "The most dis respected person in America is the black woman." Anyone with doubts about that needed to look no further Tuesday than Twitter, where two names -- Bill O'Reilly and April Ryan -- were trending most of the day.
THEY'RE hearing something -- and finally saying something. Two years ago, the first ShotSpotter gunfire sensors were installed in Brooklyn and the Bronx amid great concern that far too often -- about 80% of the time -- New Yorkers who heard shots didn't bother calling 911.
AN IRANIAN COUPLE says they were berated by a man on an uptown C train who told them "go back to your country" and threatened to kill them in their seats.
HIS CHOICE of newspaper is downright criminal. A robber toting a copy of Tuesday's New York Post stuck up a Chelsea bank, making off with more than $1,000 -- and more ink than he bargained for when a dye pack exploded on him, police sources said.
Cable repair crews in benefits fight The révolution will not be televised on Spectrum-Time Warner Cable after 1,700 of its workers in New York and New Jersey went on strike Tuesday.
WASHINGTON -- Senate Republicans indicated on Tuesday that they have no plans to shut down the government over a fight for money for a border wall.
AN ASPIRING model was fatally shot in the head at a Bronx housing project after getting involved in a friend's domestic dispute, cop sources said.
THREE conservative firebrands with ties to President Trump will go on trial Wednesday for allegedly smearing a Libertarian Party candidate for governor as a sexual predator.
THE STATE Department of Corrections plans to bar visitors from bringing packages to prisoners to cut down on contraband being brought inside, the Daily News has learned.
IRON MAN'S body armor could help protect Marvel Comics from a copyright lawsuit. The superhero's protective suit has been the subject of an ongoing Manhattan Federal Court copyright lawsuit, in which brothers Ben and Ray Lai claim Marvel stole their designs.
THE BRIDGEGATE case will round a final corner Wednesday when two former allies of Chris Christie will be sentenced for their roles in the petty political revenge plot.
ALBANY -- A final state budget deal proved elusive Wednesday as state leaders continued to haggle over last-minute issues.
#OOPS! A Brooklyn cop is in hot water with the NYPD after she replied to a department Twitter post with the hashtag "Black Lives Matter," the Daily News has learned.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY -- once opposed to allowing ShotSpotter sensors on its buildings -- is now fully on board with the technology, police said.
WASHINGTON -- The Senate's top Republican vowed that Judge Neil Gorsuch will get confirmed to the Supreme Court by the end of next week, hinting that he's willing to change Senate rules and run Democrats over if they attempt to block his nomination.
WASHINGTON -- The House voted Tuesday to block online privacy regulations issued during the final months of the Obama administration, a first step toward allowing internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers.
A PAIR of African-American women are suing Fox News for racial discrimination, saying they were subjected to "top-down racial harassment" in the company's payroll department, according to a new lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Bronx.
MAYOR DE BLASIO wants the White House to call it like it is. The mayor blasted President Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer for failing to deem the slaying of Timothy Caughman a racist attack, even after James Jackson told police -- and the Daily News -- he was out to kill black men.
A TEEN testified Tuesday that her former teacher at Columbia Secondary School invited her to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, then offered her booze and made improper advances.
A COP PLEADED guilty to misdemeanor assault Tuesday for pummeling a Bronx woman hours after he was honored by the NYPD -- but he'll avoid jail because the victim told prosecutors that rehab is what he really needs.
A WILD-EYED gunman shot up a Brooklyn deli after an argument with a customer Tuesday night, striking a man in the ankle and a store employee in both legs, according to police sources and witnesses.
AN EAST HARLEM escapee who likened himself to Mexican drug kingpin El Chapo likely swiped the key to open his cell and climbed out the window, prosecutors said Tuesday.
COPS ARE investigating the death of a 4-month-old boy after his baby-sitter found him lifeless in her Brooklyn apartment Tuesday afternoon, police sources said.
KIND-HEARTED Daily News contributed readers have $103,527 to assist the five children of slain FDNY emergency medical technician Yadira Arroyo.
Forget 15 minutes -- Andy Warhol (inset) is still being celebrated 30 years later. Saturday marks the three-decade anniversary of the pop artist's star-studded memorial at St.
This Bar has a two-baby minimum. Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli posted this photo of a small tummy bump on Instagram with the caption "Something's Cooking.
ARIES MARCH 21-APRIL 19 You seem eager to extend your goodwill to someone, though you need to use more than your intuition.
YODA IS LEADING theatergoers down a different path. Frank Oz -- the legendary film director who also voiced the "Star Wars" saga's head Jedi, Yoda -- has literally changed the path that audiences will take to enter the picturesque Daryl Roth Theatre in Union Square.
Stage and screen star Alan Cumming (below) will host Housing Works' Groundbreaker Awards Dinner and Design on a Dime Benefit.
Barrington, N.J.: There are some in the Republican Party who want to see President Trump fail. No matter what he does, they always push back at him.
There are about 2,900 of Death Row prisoners in America. Between 20 and 50 of them are killed in any given year, at least over the past decade.
Behold the awesome power of hot air. Thursday, with his signature on another sweeping, swaggering executive order, President Trump signaled plans to torch his predecessor's signature effort to deflate Earth-warming, coast-flooding, ominousfor-living things, accumulating-toward-thepoint-of-no-return greenhouse gas emissions.
Never underestimate the capacity of the New York State Legislature to make hash of a straightforward reform proposal, and potentially scramble the entire state budget in the process.
PHOENIX -- Imagine this: Eli Manning eventually passing the baton to Geno Smith. It's a Big Blue nightmare for Big Blue Nation.
TAMPA -- Masahiro Tanaka's stellar spring is over. A crucial season lies ahead -- perhaps his most crucial season since his rookie year.
PORT ST. LUCIE - Adam Wainwright was working hard to escape trouble, pounding Jay Bruce with sliders down and in until finally, on the seventh pitch of the at-bat, he struck him out swinging at an inside fastball.
PORT ST. LUCIE -- The Mets got some rare good injury news Tuesday. The MRI on Juan Lagares' left oblique showed no serious damage and Terry Collins is hopeful that the backup outfielder can get in a lineup before the team leaves Florida Thursday evening.
SAN JOSE -- The Rangers did not make this one easy on themselves, but after looking overwhelmed in the second period a resilient effort got the Blueshirts through the formality of officially securing their postseason berth.
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Hours after his meeting in the MLB offices in Manhattan, Jeurys Familia was back in the clubhouse Tuesday morning at the Mets' spring training complex preparing to pitch.
Donald Trump has apparently turned down his bigly debut as President. The Nationals said the White House has declined their invitation for Trump to throw out the first pitch on Opening Day at Nationals Park due to a scheduling conflict, according to The Washington Post.
The culture of the Jets isn't going to change any time soon. Despite the constant tardiness of Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson during Gang Green's embarrassing 2016 campaign, head coach Todd Bowles was already making excuses for them Tuesday.
NEWARK - A night after being eliminated from playoff contention, all the Winnipeg Jets wanted to talk about was coming back from a two-goal deficit against the woeful Devils.
TAMPA -- Yes, the Yankees' Opening Day lineup could have a unique look. How about Gary Sanchez hitting second?
PORT ST. LUCIE - Michael Conforto has been amazed by his grandfather this spring. With the outfielder's status on the Mets' 25-man roster up in the air, his grandfather has mastered searching the Internet for info on his grandson.
RALEIGH, N.C. - Detroit's run of 25 straight postseasons is over. The Red Wings' amazing streak - the longest active in pro sports - came to an end Tuesday with Detroit's 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes.
Philadelphia's rebuild has been marked by setbacks and stumbles, but the 76ers hit one clear marker of progress Tuesday night.