NCAA says Cheick Diallo can suit up for Kansas starting Tuesday
Star freshman recruit Cheick Diallo has been cleared to play for No. 5 Kansas beginning next week, the NCAA ruled Wednesday.
Children form food chain to help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving
Students from St. Hilda's and St. Hugh's School in Morningside Heights stood shoulder-to-shoulder as part of a huge food hand-over.
Hall of Fame player Frank Gifford suffered from CTE, family says
Hall of Famer Frank Gifford, who died in August, had the concussion-related brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, according to his family.
Dashcam catches wild police chase as officers pursue murder suspect in New Jersey
A dramatic police chase spanning three major highways in New Jersey was caught on dashcam video as a murder suspect dodged vehicles and weaved through lanes, even driving into oncoming traffic.
Police investigate suspicious package near Port Authority Bus Terminal, give all clear
The north-wing of the Port Authority Bus Terminal was evacuated as police investigated a suspicious package nearby. It was later determined to be safe.
Chicago Cop Charged in Teen's Slaying Has History of Complaints for Misconduct
Recently released video appears to show officer shooting teen to death.
1 dead in Brooklyn fire
The person was discovered in a fourth-floor apartment in a building on Rockaway Parkway just after 5:30 a.m. Wednesday.
1 seriously injured after hit by MTA bus in Midwood, Brooklyn
It happened at about 4:45 p.m. at the intersection of Ocean Avenue and Avenue K in the Midwood section.
Family of Frank Gifford says he had CTE, brain disease found in athletes
A study of Frank Gifford's brain revealed he had Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE,) a progressive degenerative disease of the brain found in athletes, Gifford's family announced in a statement Wednesday.
Balloons inflated for Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
The most iconic part of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, besides Santa Claus, is the balloons!
Eagles of Death Metal Tearfully Recount Paris Concert Attack
Eagles of Death Metal band members talked to VICE about the night of Nov. 13, when their concert in Paris' Bataclan Hall turned into a deadly nightmare.
New plan would limit, but not eliminate, horse carriages in New York City
The plan would restrict horses to Central Park and reduce the number from 220 to about 70. Mayor Bill de Blasio has pressed to ban the carriages, arguing it's too dangerous for the horses.