Swimmer missing in Hudson is internationally-regarded AIDS researcher

The marathon swimmer who disappeared near the George Washington Bridge during a 120-mile race on the Hudson River is an internationally recognized AIDS researcher and former professor at the University of North Carolina. Charles Van Der Horst, 67, of Chapel Hill, vanished on the New Jersey side of the bridge Friday afternoon during the 8Read moreRead more

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour to auction off guitar collection for charity

According to a classic Pink Floyd song, “Money, so they say, is the root of all evil today.” But the band’s legendary guitarist and vocalist David Gilmour is turning that sentiment on its head by selling off more than 120 of his guitars to benefit his charitable foundation. They’ll be sold at auction at Christie’sRead moreRead more

Anthony Davis decision highlights Knicks’ grim reality

Anthony Davis and LeBron James got exactly what they wanted Saturday — a trade to the Lakers for the Pelicans’ disgruntled big man — and one fewer superstar target remains on the board for the Knicks. The Post reported last week the Pelicans didn’t view the Knicks’ young assets as especially attractive in comparison toRead moreRead more

Court tosses lawsuit from woman who claimed Trump ‘forcibly kissed’ her

A lawsuit filed against President Trump by a former campaign staffer who claimed that he “forcibly kissed” her in 2016 has been thrown out of a Florida federal court. Alva Johnson, 43, an outreach director for Trump in Alabama and Florida, said that the then-candidate went for a lip-lock outside one of his rallies inRead moreRead more

Yankees’ problems run deeper than their starting rotation

CHICAGO — You don’t pitch, you don’t win. That’s been a baseball commandment ever since Mike Francesa invented the game. If you dissect the June swoon the Yankees were in when they faced the White Sox on Saturday night at Guaranteed Rate Field (how bad of a name is that for a ballpark?), there isRead moreRead more

Paulson to sell almost half of Steinway factory to Robert De Niro group

John Paulson has a plan for the historic Steinway piano factory in Queens — and it involves sharing some of the premises with Robert De Niro. Click Here: Discount Golf Appare The billionaire hedge-fund mogul — who scooped up Steinway & Sons in 2013 for $512 million — has agreed to sell nearly half ofRead moreRead more

De Blasio\u2019s bogus bid at appeasing Asian-American anger

Mayor de Blasio met Thursday with Asian-American community leaders to try to undo the damage from his yearlong drive to slash by 50 percent the number of Asian kids who win entry into the city’s top high schools. He failed — though it’s doubtful he even truly tried. The belated move can’t possibly heal theRead moreRead more

Virgil Abloh’s latest Off-White collaboration already selling out

The “King of Collabs,” a k a Virgil Abloh of Off-White, has launched his latest collaboration — just in time for Father’s Day. It’s the “Off-White c/o Vilebrequin” joint project, and includes five styles of swim shorts (the French swimwear brand’s specialty), with two styles emblazoned with the very recognizable arrow logo. Male and female fansRead moreRead more

Fortunes ‘shift’ in worst way possible for Mets’ ace Jacob deGrom

Jacob deGrom charged into the dugout after getting the final out of the third inning Thursday one upset Cy Young winner. The Mets were in a shift, with St. Louis’ speedy Harrison Bader on third base and two outs in the inning. Because Bader was bluffing toward home plate, third baseman Todd Frazier had toRead moreRead more

Cameron Diaz’s former West Village pad hits market for $4M

Actress Cameron Diaz made a killing on this West Village condo, which she bought for $2.95 million in 2008 and sold for $4.25 million in 2016. But the buyer, Noel Pittman, wasn’t so lucky and is now listing the stunning pad for $4 million — a quarter of a million less than the purchase price.Read moreRead more