Just as most of America was turning its attention away from the news for Thanksgiving, the Cleveland Police Department released surveillance footage of the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.
Winter storm Cato — the one that's ruining all of our Thanksgiving travel plans right now — happens to share a name with a prominent libertarian think tank.
As part of the retraining effort Bill Bratton ordered in the wake of the death of Eric Garner, the NYPD is going to try to get cops to stop hurling obscenities at people.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is back in the news today, and he is now very, very broke. He was arrested in New Zealand in 2012 for internet piracy on his file-sharing site.
Twenty-two-year-old Rutgers student Darsh Patel was killed by a black bear in September while on a nature hike with friends.
Congressional Republicans have found themselves completely stymied by President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
The internet celebrity and Supreme Court justice had a stent placed in her right coronary artery on Wednesday morning after doctors discovered a blockage in her heart.
Exactly two New Yorkers voted for Taylor Swift for governor in this year's election, and I'm pretty sure it was me and the cat I dressed up as a human so he could go with me to vote for Taylor Swift.
Six of the Americans who contracted and recovered from Ebola gathered on the Today show Wednesday morning, where most of them met for the very first time.
In the latest installment of his interview with George Stephanopoulos, Darren Wilson revealed that his wife, fellow cop Barbara Spradling, is pregnant.
Following the Ferguson Grand Jury decision on Wednesday and the subsequent protests that took place in the St.
A Staten Island gastropub named the Phunky Elephant is very sorry it offended some of its customers by naming a dessert drink the "Roofie Colada." Not only does the drink not actually have roofies in it — as the restaurant so helpfully pointed out on its Facebook page — but ...
One of the strangest things about the immigration debate is the fervent belief by conservatives that President Obama is motivated only by devious partisan considerations.
After watching Darren Wilson's first interview, it's easy to see why a grand jury found his account convincing.
It's been 24 hours since the world learned that a grand jury decided not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, and demonstrations are expected to continue into the night.
After Will Lautzenheiser lost both legs and both arms during a bout of streptococcal infection in 2011, it didn't look like the film professor would ever be able to hug anybody again.
About a dozen City Council members walked out of a Tuesday meeting chanting "black lives matter" to protest the grand jury decision in Ferguson and the recent deaths of several black men at the hands of the NYPD."We stand here today as members of the New York City Council, representatives ...
There was a familiar face among the crowd gathered in Times Square last night, holding "Racism Kills" and "Demilitarize the Police" signs, following the Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson.
Bunnies are a cute and cuddly choice for a family pet, but New York City can be unkind to them. It turns out many owners don't love rabbits all that much and end up abandoning them to the raccoons in city parks, or to local animal shelters, which are struggling ...
Goats in northeastern China have been showing up dead, with crushed skulls and puncture marks "the size of a human finger clearly visible." This means there are two options: Either some tigers have been particularly hungry, or Wolverine has moved to China and developed a taste for goat tartare.Unfortunately for ...