Adam Martin

  1. tv-stained wretches
    Russia Today Anchor Quits On-Air in ProtestAfter a colleague criticized Russia on-air.
  2. crimes and misdemeanors
    So, Apparently Subway Up-Skirt Shots Are Legal in MassachusettsSo says the state supreme court.
  3. standardized testing
    SAT Returning to Classic 1600-Point Format in Second-Ever RedesignNo more essays, but lots of Twitter jokes.
  4. things that are gross
    Gross Skin Infection Targeting City’s Fish HandlersBe careful and wear gloves.
  5. media
    Al Jazeera America Less Than Half As Watched As Network It ReplacedNielsen calls audience “negligible.”
  6. ink-stained wretches
    Barbara Bush Canceled Her NY Times SubscriptionAlso, Maureen Dowd.
  7. Don’t Worry, You Can Still Play Poker in MidtownPolice raids are NBD, say game organizers.
  8. international news
    North Korea Still Firing Missiles, But Toning Down the Crazy TalkNo more “sea of flames”?
  9. badvertising
    N.J. Doesn’t Like Being Called America’s ArmpitSo weird.
  10. creative vandalism
    You Can’t Spell Loyola Without YOLOCollege kids are the funniest.
  11. early and awkward
    Watch Assemblyman José Rivera Spit Some Fairly Creepy GameIn a video from the Dominican Republic.
  12. lawsuits
    Terrible Apartment Mishap Leads to Great New York Post Lede“2B or not 2B — what’s the difference?”
  13. other countries’ embarrassments
    Top U.K. Adviser on Stopping Child Porn Arrested for Child PornPatrick Rock had an office at No. 10 Downing Street.
  14. things that teens do
    Teenage Girl Escapes From NYPD Cuffs, CustodyShe strolled right out of the precinct.
  15. the gray lady
    New York Times Issues Correction 161 Years LaterIt got Solomon Northup’s name wrong in 1853.
  16. nypd blues
    Former NYPD Diver Sues Over Racial HarassmentA diver says he felt threatened.
  17. tv-stained wretches
    MSNBC Map Reestablishes CzechoslovakiaTime for an update.
  18. from the diary of paul krugman
    Paul Krugman Quitting Princeton to Be Closer to Zabar’sAnd other good restaurants.
  19. crimes and misdemeanors
    Sign of the Times: Cabbie Allegedly Beats Fare With a Block of IceThis never would have happened in April.
  20. crimes and misdemeanors
    Kerry Kennedy Not Guilty in Ambien-Related DUIShe took it by accident.
  21. talking about the weather
    It’s Just Too Cold for Mice These DaysThey can’t even get inside.
  22. real estate
    House Hunting in Nation’s Hottest Rental MarketIt’s not easy being a boomtown.
  23. young money
    Kevin Roose Talks Young Money on the Daily Show“You’d have to be a little bit disgruntled or just sort of dumb to talk to a reporter.”
  24. party brunch
    So, Bottomless Brunch Is Legal After All, It SeemsAs long as they don’t overserve.
  25. good headlines
    At New York Times, a Headline Style, OverusedThis word salad has no dressing.
  26. the one percent
    Someone Is Mansion-Shaming the Elite Silicon Valley Town of AthertonWith some rather pointed graffiti.
  27. dear john (boehner)
    John Boehner Finally Made the Obvious Joke About His Own Name“It’s Boner.” Dude! 
  28. taxi!
    Weirdest Carjacking Ever Is Strangely SuccessfulWorld’s worst cab fare still at large.
  29. North Korea Kicks Off Crazy Season With Missile LaunchHere we go!
  30. innocence of muslims
    YouTube Ordered to Remove Innocence of Muslims, at Actress’s BehestA year and a half later.
  31. gaffes
    Michael Grimm Has Some Advice for Bill de BlasioRemember “break you in half”?
  32. equal rites
    Even Texas’s(!) Gay-Marriage Ban Ruled UnconstitutionalState bans are dropping like flies.
  33. glassholes
    Google Glass ‘Attack Victim’ Says She Experienced a Hate CrimeNow you wear your class divide on your face.
  34. enough already
    Wow, HHS Is Using Doge to Flog Obamacare, Such OverSuch good riddance.
  35. neighborhood news
    Barclays Telling Hip-Hop Acts to Keep It DownAfter months of noise complaints, it’s come to this.
  36. National Enquirer Trying to Do Good After Doing Bad JournalismSettling a lawsuit over lies it printed.
  37. booze news
    Your Weekend Brunch Binge Is IllegalTechnically, anyway.
  38. equal rites
    City Council Won’t March in St. Patrick’s Day Parade EitherAlong with the mayor.
  39. george w. bush
    George W. Bush’s Library Is Hosting His First On-Purpose Art ShowThat’s convenient.
  40. the cameo mayor
    De Blasio Will Also Play a Mayor on TVIn a Good Wife cameo.
  41. photo op
    What Is Benjamin Netanyahu’s Shadow Trying to Say Here?A meeting with Merkel otherwise went well.
  42. 2016 has begun
    Jeb Bush Sees His Name As a Potential 2016 LiabilityBut not for the reason you’d think.
  43. de mayor
    De Blasio on Speeding SUV: Respect the NYPDHe doesn’t see a problem here.
  44. quitting time
    After 58 Years, Congress Is Too Obnoxious for Its Longest-Serving MemberJohn Dingell to retire at 88.
  45. landlords gone mad
    UWS Building Won’t Let Low-Rent Tenants Use GymThey’re pissed.
  46. crimes and misdemeanors
    Cannibal Cop’s Co-Defendants Will Use His Same Failed DefenseMaybe the second time’s a charm?
  47. kiss and make up
    De Blasio, Roker Are Buddies Now, at Least on TVAnd online.
  48. news about the news
    Stop the Presses: Daily News Scoops That de Blasio, McCray Drive WellHard-hitting.
  49. non-apologies
    Nugent Apologizes for Saying ‘Subhuman Mongrel’He’s sorry to the Republicans he embarrassed.
  50. de mayor
    New York Post ‘Busts’ de Blasio (Gasp!) JaywalkingNailed it!
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