• Michael Cohen has evidence for ‘everything’: lawyer

    WASHINGTON – President Trump’s ex-lawyer Michael Cohen has “corroborating evidence for everything” he has told investigators, his former attorney Lanny Davis revealed Sunday on “Face the Nation.” Davis, who is now just an adviser to Cohen, went on television as the president’s attorney Rudy Giuliani was doing the same – and labeling Cohen as a

  • More than half of Americans think Trump is lying about Russia

    WASHINGTON — New polling shows that 62 percent of Americans don’t believe President Trump when he talks about the Russia probe. Pollsters conducting the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, which was released Sunday, asked Americans if they thought Trump “had been honest and truthful” when it comes to the investigation into Russian meddling during the

  • Another Jets offensive lineman may be finished for year

    Brandon Shell spent his Sunday morning undergoing an MRI exam after suffering a potentially serious knee injury in Saturday’s loss to the Texans. The Jets right tackle was blocking in the third quarter when his legs got rolled up on by the pile and he went down in pain. Shell had to be taken off

  • ‘Mrs. Maisel’ star pushes to revive boarding house for young actresses

    A safe haven for actresses that went out of fashion decades ago is undergoing a revival in the #MeToo era. The Rehearsal Club, a Midtown meeting place set up in 1913 for young women who worked in the theater, also provided cheap housing and meals. Men could visit, but they were not allowed beyond the

  • The Ravens are done with Joe Flacco

    The Baltimore Ravens are expected to release or trade quarterback Joe Flacco this offseason, NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday morning. Coach John Harbaugh announced earlier this week that rookie Lamar Jackson, who subbed for an injured Flacco the past four weeks, will start even though Flacco is recovered from the hip injury that sidelined

  • UFC fighter gets viciously knocked out cold — and stays upright

    There were three knockouts on the undercard of UFC Fight Night: Milwaukee but none more ferocious than Joaquim Silva’s third-round finish of Jared Gordon. After a wild fight, Silva improved his record to 11-1 by standing up Gordon against the cage and assaulting him with head shots. On the main card, Charles Oliveira earned his

  • Stephen Miller: White House will do ‘whatever is necessary’ to build border wall

    WASHINGTON — Echoing his boss, White House adviser Stephen Miller said he would be OK with a government shutdown over the Christmas holiday in order to get funding for President Trump’s border wall. “We’re going to do whatever is necessary to build a border wall to stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration,” Miller said

  • Giants bury Kyle Lauletta after his debut dud

    Kyle Lauletta’s NFL debut did not go well last week and as a result, he was hit with a demotion. The Giants made another change in their quarterback pecking order for Sunday’s game, again making Lauletta inactive and returning Alex Tanney into the backup role behind Eli Manning. This was the way the Giants operated

  • Lance Thomas’ return gives Knicks a Noah Vonleh dilemma

    INDIANAPOLIS — Remember Lance Thomas? He’s back. The longest-tenured Knick will return to action after arthroscopic knee surgery when the Knicks face the Pacers on Sunday at 5 p.m. The 30-year-old Thomas has been out for five weeks but with little fanfare, as coach David Fizdale focused on heavy playing time for his young charges

  • Lenny Dykstra reveals his new life as an amateur Torah scholar

    A rabbi and Lenny Dykstra walk into an East Side wine shop . . . In fact, it happens nearly every Wednesday afternoon, as the bad-boy former Met attends Torah study in the basement of Ambassador Wines shop, where Rabbi Shmuel Metzger leads a group over red wine and kosher pizza. “I’m on a spiritual

  • Yankees set date with Manny Machado as sweepstakes begin

    This is the kind of winter meeting baseball has been waiting for. The Yankees are set to meet with Manny Machado on Wednesday in New York, The Post’s George A. King reported Sunday. The terrific 26-year-old will get his chance to persuade the Yankees he’s worth the mega-bucks; he would like a deal in the

  • Trump praises Green Beret charged with rogue killing of Afghan man

    The Army Green Beret charged with murder for the rogue killing of an Afghan man in 2010 is a “hero,” President Trump tweeted Sunday as he promised to “review” the case. Maj. Mathew Golsteyn admitted to killing an Afghan man who was questioned and released in a 2010 bazaar terror-bombing. “At the request of many,