Just like, what? I do NOT get it. Ugh. Guy films, am I right?
Vincent Musetto, a retired editor at the New York Post, died Tuesday in hospice care. He was 74.
In a statement to BuzzFeed News, the Department of Defense said that the reports were not true.
Pay close attention to the following over-the-top eye roll. Oh brother!
ABC News loves the hate-fav, while the NY Post makes some questionable decisions.
But it really says all you need to know.
What a gentleman.
Fred Dicker made the comment on his radio show Monday, sparking outrage among victims' families and gun control groups. Dicker says his "sarcastic reference" was misunderstood.
Many have demanded an apology after the paper noted that a Hasidic businessman had a lot of enemies. "This is a new low in tabloid journalism," says one New York City councilman.
The deal is News Corp's first since becoming a standalone company.
And it will live forever on the cover of the New York Post.
It will be called "Makers and Merchants" and may open in summer 2014, the New York Post reports, citing anonymous sources. That would put it a block from Tommy Bahama's relatively new restaurant and flagship store.
We've reached peak twerk, guys.
Best job in the world.
Anthony Weiner = Sexting King Kong.
Sub-editors, we salute you.
The "Bag Men" — who are decidedly not the Tsarnaev brothers — claim defamation.
The man in the white baseball hat, whose photo the New York Post published while suggesting he was a target of the Boston bombing investigation, has been cleared.
Alec is having issues controlling his rage against the paparazzi again.
The New York Post ran a cover this morning of a man seconds before he was hit by a subway. Many are outraged that nothing was done to help him.
An Austin Powers–themed cover for New York's greatest tabloid.
Print isn't dead! At least for these 13 people.
Eastwooding never dies.
Welcome home, guys!
The tabloid compared Islam unfavorably to Scientology. "To draw this sort of sensational attack on Islam using the news peg of the TomKat divorce is just insane," says Lekovic.
I mean it has to be up there. It turns out Post columnist Phil Mushnick really dislikes some of the marketing choices the Brooklyn Nets have been making.
Two schools of thought: Obama is at risk of being seen as politicizing national security. Or, any day spent talking about Osama Bin Laden, and not the economy, is a good one.
Tiger Woods is back on the cover of the New York Post after winning his first tournament in more than two years. To celebrate, here are 36 covers from the last three years. Do they have "clever" headlines? You bet your ass they do.
Not bad. Not bad at all. Which of the other Giants players should get makeovers?
The widely followed Twitter account @HuffingtonPost has been posting homophobic and strange messages Sunday afternoon. One tweet attributes the hacking to the "New York Post."
Because nothing sells papers like subtle race-baiting with a splash of sarcasm! That said, "Mad as hell Michelle" does roll off the tongue nicely.
You stay classy New York Post... You stay classy.
NYC Sanitation workers were told by their supervisors to purposely slow down snow removal as a protest to Mayor Bloomberg's departmental budget cuts.
A Long Island woman who had spent the evening window-shopping in Manhattan was walking to Penn Station to catch a train home when she was dragged into a parking lot and raped.
The New York Post's front page headlines are often a pun-filled peek at the nation's true sentiments, as this headline from America's World Cup loss can attest.
The Yes Men, the same guys behind the fake New York Times prank, have done it again, this time distributing a fake New York Post filled with factual information that detail the threats posed by climate change.
In post-racial America, it is apparently OK to imply that our black president is a rabid monkey.