The rodent died a week after she was dropped during a ceremony in February
With a slim chance of making the playoffs, Jeter's last game at Yankee Stadium will be on Sept. 25
The charges stemmed from the actor's June arrest following the disruption of a Broadway performance of "Cabaret"
Carlo Dellaverson allegedly filmed himself having sex with his girlfriend without her consent and then posted the video on XTube
Catch episodic clips mixed with cast and crew interviews in this meaty DC Universe featurette
Update: Bloomberg is closing television operations in Los Angeles to focus TV resources in San Francisco
LaBeouf was arrested in June for disrupting a performance of "Cabaret"
"Colbert Report" host will move only a few blocks east
The indie drama is called "Before We Go"
The decision comes weeks after the Journal News in upstate New York took down a map of gun owners' addresses
The Sony building spans 37 stories in midtown Manhattan
The New York Post reported Sundance is thinking of invading Tribeca's turf
The Journal News published names and addresses of gun owners in its coverage area -- now bloggers have done the same to the newspaper's staff
The Journal News published the names and addresses of gun owners throughout Westchester and Rockland counties
New York's two major tabloids make a big editorial push for more gun control post-Newtown shootings
Production tax incentives generated $6.9 billion in economic activity, study says
The Sound One audio production facility in New York is desperately seeking new investors, with this institution among New York filmmakers all but closed
Jay-Z and Beyoncé held the $40,000-per-head fund-raiser at the 40/40 Club Jay-Z co-owns
A portion of the libel suit filed by forensic art expert Peter Paul Biro was dismissed, however
"Into the Woods," the classic Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical, is rethought in a new revival starring Amy Adams, presented in the woodsy setting of New...
Legal fight with CBS, Fox and NBC playing out in California, but Dish faces off with ABC in New York
Richard Adler, who staged Broadway shows and birthday parties for presidents, died in his New York home Thursday
Keep checking back as we update the complete list of winners for the 2012 Tony Awards
Chuck Klosterman, author of "Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs," will publish his inaugural column on Sunday
The New Yorker and New York led the pack with six nominations apiece as finalists for the National Magazine Awards were announced Tuesday
Who would want Fran Drescher, the star of "Happily Divorced," to officiate at their marriage -- or even to attend? Tom and Russell, that's who
Speculation about Apple's newest tablet continues as the company sent out an invite to a media event in San Francisco
Grassroots activists will deliver an online petition signed by almost 25,000 people to Comcast headquarters on Monday
The latest installment in the popular "S--- Says" arrived in advance of the GOP debate
ItsontheGrid sat down with the filmmakers from 'That's What She Said'