Hamptons house where vacationing sisters died in overnight fire misrepresented on rental site: lawsuit
A rental home in the Hamptons did not have working smoke and carbon metal detectors as the rental website HomeAway claimed it did before a fire that killed two sisters last August, a lawsuit says.foxnews.com
White steps in, focused on giving Jets a 'fighting chance'
Mike White has already made it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. “Any time you step in the huddle as a quarterback and you have grown men looking at you, it means something to me, whether we’re 0-16 or if we’re fighting for a playoff spot,” White said. “For Mike, it’s obviously a great opportunity for him,” coach Robert Saleh said.news.yahoo.com
Wave of sex abuse lawsuits seen as NY opens door for victims
Sexual assault victims in New York are getting a one-time opportunity to sue their abusers under a new law expected to bring a wave of litigation against prison guards, middle managers, doctors and prominent figures including former President Donald Trump.
'Power Rangers' star Jason David Frank dies at 49
Jason David Frank, who played the Green Power Ranger Tommy Oliver on the 1990s children's series “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers," has died. Justine Hunt, Frank's manager, said in a statement Sunday that Frank passed away. Walter Emmanuel Jones, the original Black Power Ranger who co-starred with Frank in “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers," wrote on Instagram, that he couldn't believe it.news.yahoo.com
Bills dig themselves out of snow to make trip to Detroit
Buffalo Bills executives Ron Raccuia and Derek Boyko weren’t going to let a little — actually, a lot — of snow stop them from picking up left tackle Dion Dawkins on Saturday morning. When their vehicle couldn’t get any further because of mounds of snow blocking the road in one of Buffalo’s southern suburbs, Raccuia did the next best thing. “Ron said, 'I’m going to walk to Dion’s house and walk him back to the car.′ And that’s exactly what he did,” said Boyko, the vice president of communications for the Bills.news.yahoo.com
Former Bobcat Paul Goldschmidt takes home NL MVP award; Judge runs away with AL MVP
NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Judge’s record-setting season with the New York Yankees turned that AL MVP debate into a decisive verdict.Paul Goldschmidt’s steady production for the St.[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] Sports San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Massive snowfall buries cars, keeps falling in western NY
Piles of snow, in some places taller than most people, buried parts of western and northern New York as a lake-effect storm pounded areas east of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario for a third straight day Saturday, with possibly even more to come. Snowfall totals as high as 77 inches (196 centimeters) were reported in the Buffalo suburb of Orchard Park, home to the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. The snowfall totals, which began accumulating Thursday night in some spots, “would be on the order of historic not only for any time of year but for any part of the country,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Frank Pereira, at NWS headquarters in College Park, Maryland.news.yahoo.com
Lawyer gets 15 months behind bars for firebombing police car
A New York City attorney was sentenced to 15 months behind bars on Friday for firebombing an empty New York City police vehicle with another lawyer during protests over the murder of George Floyd. Before hearing her sentence, Urooj Rahman asked a judge to spare her prison time and give her a “second chance” to redeem herself for what she called a momentary lapse of judgement. “I’m so incredibly sorry for my reckless and wrong actions,” a tearful Rahman said in federal court in Brooklyn.news.yahoo.com
Snow storm strikes parts of western, northern NY
A snowstorm struck parts of western and northern New York, with nearly 2 feet of snow on the ground in some places. The National Weather Service warned more snow is expected to hit New York, northern Michigan and Pennsylvania through Sunday. (Nov. 18) (AP Video: Carolyn Thompson)news.yahoo.com
A Lizzo fan made a TikTok video asking to borrow a dress for a red carpet event. It worked.
When the writer Aurielle Marie found out that they were included in the Out 100 list, they were thrilled. As part of the honor, Marie, whose pronouns are they/she, was invited to attend Out Magazine’s gala in New York.