Hector "Macho" Camacho can't rest in peace just yet. A catfight involving the slain boxing legend's alleged lover, his official girlfriend and sisters marred Tuesday's wake in honor of the former world champion.
Verizon Foundation launches App Challenge at Bronx school A once-failing Bronx charter school on the brink of closure made the right call last year. The Bronx Academy of Promise Charter School decided to embrace cell phones, tablets and other gadgets schools usually frown upon in a bid to get students more interested in learning, especially math and science.
UN-conscionable Just days after Hamas provoked war with Israel to advance its strategic goals, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is set to ask the United Nations General Assembly for near-statehood recognition.
Come clean, Klein With party control of the state Senate up in the air, breakaway Democrat Jeff Klein of the Bronx is pushing for a coalition whereby he and GOP leader Dean Skelos will share power.
Garodnick for hypocrite As political dominoes fell, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer abandoned running for mayor to take a shot at controller, and Manhattan City Councilman Dan Garodnick gave up on becoming controller to run for a third term on the Council.