Biden Weighs in on Possible 2016 Presidential Run
Biden has stayed mum about a possible a possible run in 2016.
Andy Murray stages comeback to advance
2012 US Open champion Andy Murray had to win the final three steamy sets at Flushing Meadows to beat unorthodox Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 5-7, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 and advance to the third round.
Pats president says team wouldn't have hung title banner sans Brady
In his weekly radio interview, Patriots president Jonathan Kraft said the team feels vindicated by a federal court decision to overturn Tom Brady's ban and that the team is "ecstatic" for Brady.
Four people rescued from Perth Amboy pier
Newscopter 7 was over the scene in Perth Amboy Thursday afternoon, as rescuers put two men, a woman and a child into a boat.
Suspect throws garbage can at MTA bus in Greenwich Village
The man was involved in a verbal dispute with the driver in Greenwich Village back in July when he threw the garbage can, breaking the windshield and badly damaging the bus.
3 shot, 1 killed, gunman sought on Sacramento college campus
Police say three people have been shot and one of them has died near a baseball field on the campus of Sacramento City College. Police say the campus is on lockdown Thursday night while they search for a suspect with no shirt wearing cargo shorts. Sacramento police say the three victims were all men. One has been confirmed dead, and the other two are being taken to hospitals. Classrooms and offices are on lockdown while police create a perimeter.
Times Square topless painted woman arrested for drugs, prostitution
One of the Times Square topless women was arrested Wednesday night by an undercover police officer. Meantime a tourist was accused of assaulting two of the painted topless women that same night.
Judge rules in favor of Tom Brady in Deflategate; NFL appeals decision
Tom Brady has won his appeal against the NFL, with U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman criticizing commissioner Roger Goodell for dispensing "his own brand of industrial justice."
Judge orders defiant Kentucky clerk to jail
A defiant county clerk went to jail Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but five of her deputies agreed to issue the licenses themselves, potentially ending the church-state standoff in Rowan County, Kentucky.
Woman dies after high-rise apartment catches fire in Hell's Kitchen
An actor tried to help his neighbor after fire broke out in a high-rise apartment building in Manhattan Tuesday afternoon, but she sadly died the following day from her injuries.
Expect 'Enhanced' Security on Railroads over Labor Day Weekend
The move comes just weeks after the thwarted attack in Europe.