over 4 years ago

Cop KO’d by ‘fare beater’ (Page Six)

A cop in Times Square was knocked out shortly after 10 a.m. yesterday when he was trying to arrest a fare evader, police said. The cop had approached the suspected turnstile jumper at the 42nd Street s...

over 4 years ago

Drivers’ city fine decline (Page Six)

Last year brought a reprieve for the city’s ticket-weary drivers.Red-light cameras snagged 615,726 motorists blowing through intersections between Jan. 1 and Nov. 30 of 2012, down from 880,922 in all...

over 4 years ago

Library card likely a SIM (Page Six)

Around 13 percent of Americans ages 16 and older used a mobile device to visit a library Web site during the past year, reports a study released yesterday.Patrons ages 18 to 49 were the most likely to ...

over 4 years ago

House holdup on Sandy aid (Page Six)

WASHINGTON — A political storm is brewing in the House over the $60 billion federal aid package to help the New York region recover from Hurricane Sandy.House GOP leaders yesterday came up with a pro...

over 4 years ago

Rebels kick Assad’s gas (Page Six)

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime suffered another blow yesterday when rebels bombed a natural-gas pipeline in the country’s oil-rich east.The explosion 18 miles north of Deir el-Zour cause...

over 4 years ago

Filipino kid’s NY $$ eyed (Page Six)

The feds are looking to drain the coffers of a crooked Philippine general’s son, just weeks after stripping him of his swanky Park Avenue apartment.Timothy Mark Garcia, a former publicity intern for ...

over 4 years ago

New Chavez cancer hitch (Page Six)

CARACAS — Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez suffered a new setback in his battle against cancer, forcing his vice president and chosen successor to stay on in Cuba as the president struggles to recover from ...

over 4 years ago

‘Cannibal cop’ lawyers demand names of other ‘diners’ (Page Six)

He’s hungry for some help from his fellow freaks. Accused NYPD cannibal cop Gilberto Valle wants prosecutors to serve up the identities of more than 20 online sickos as he plans his defense to charge...

over 4 years ago

Tourist surge takes Big Apple by storm (Page Six)

The city welcomed a record 52 million tourists in 2012, even as 400,000 expected visitors were scared off by Hurricane Sandy, officials said yesterday. “We lost originally about 800,000, and we gain...

over 4 years ago

Stocks lifted by market’s high hopes (Page Six)

Financial markets closed higher yesterday, buoyed by hopes that a fiscal-cliff deal was imminent. All major indices closed above the opening bell — and dramatically higher for the year — on a day o...