The reputed head of the Gambino crime family, Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali, was gunned down outside his home on Staten Island, NY.
“I’d rather wake up next to a severed horse head than ever watch 'Gotti' again," one critic wrote.
Sure, he's stayin' alive with 50 Cent rapping, but one outlet called his moves "classic dad bopping."
The mob biopic has been sold back to the production company.
The GOP presidential nominee is an “embarrassment to the country," she said.
Within the annals of twentieth century American organized crime there will forever be an elite, short-list of names with unmatched recognition. They are the sinister royalty, a collective brotherhood of infamy.
If Kasich makes it onto the ticket, the election will take place two weeks shy of the 10th anniversary of his guest host interview on "The O'Reilly Factor" in which he did the bidding of an ex U.S. Attorney I criticized in my HarperCollins investigative book "Triple Cross."
James Guiliani has gone from mafia to mutts in the new OWN show "The Diamond Collar" premiering this week. The former mafia street enforcer turned animal advocate will join us live to with a special four-legged friend to share tips on animal care.
Jane Rosenberg has to choose carefully whom she tells what to: "When I go to a party, if I tell people I'm a painter, they say, 'That's nice' and then they walk away; but if I tell them I'm a courtroom artist, they say 'Wow' and want to talk to me all night.
"That name came about because we had a jukebox at the club that played Sinatra. At first, the club had no name. Then, one