Mayor Ed Koch Led New York City Through Challenges of ’70s, ’80s
Ed Koch, the mayor of New York City from 1978-1989, passed away Friday morning from congestive heart failure at New York-Presbyterian Columbia Hospital. He was 88 years old.
Buzzer Beaters: Top Sports Stories for February 1
Todays' biggest sports news: Lefty juuuuuust misses a record in Phoenix, the NFL addresses the concussion issue (sort of), an A-Rod update, and more.
Student Shot at Atlanta Middle School
A 14-year-old student at Price Middle School in Atlanta was shot in the head or neck on Thursday afternoon. The student was taken to the hospital; his condition has not been officially released, but reports say that he is alert, conscious and breathing.
Buzzer Beaters: Top Sports Stories for January 31
Today's biggest sports news: the Ray Lewis/Alex Rodriguez PED sagas continue, a romantic twist in the Manti Te'o affair, and a Jerry Sandusky update.
Nasty Weather Wreaking Havoc All Over the Country
A particularly harsh, and large, spate of weather has been pummeling much of the Eastern half of the country, with recent incidents affecting residents as far north as Wisconsin and Michigan and all the way down to Georgia and Alabama, even stretching westward into Texas.
Who’s Going to Win Super Bowl XLVII? — Sports Survey of the Day
On Sunday, the NFL season comes to a close with the most highly watched sporting (or non-sporting) event in America, the Super Bowl. Time to make your picks.
Gunman Shoots and Kills Bus Driver, Holds 6-Year-Old Hostage in Bunker
On Tuesday afternoon, a man in Dale County, Alabama, near Midland City, got on a school bus, demanded a child be let off with him, then shot and killed the bus driver when he refused. The shooter, identified as Jimmy Lee Dykes, then took the boy from the bus and is currently holed up with him in an …
Buzzer Beaters: Top Sports Stories for January 30
Today's biggest sports news: everyone's favorite topic, PED usage in sports, is back again, plus a Manti Te'o update and a brutal moment from this year's X Games.
First Woman Set to Be Executed in U.S. in Three Years
Kimberly McCarthy, who was convicted and sentenced to death for the robbery and murder of Dorothy Booth in 1997, will be executed by the state of Texas Tuesday night. She will be the first woman since 2010 to be put to death in the United States.
Buzzer Beaters: Top Sports Stories for January 26
Today's biggest sports news: the Australian Open's men's final is set, the NBA All-Star game rosters have some surprises, and you should sign this petition making the day after the Super Bowl a national holiday.
What Are the Average Costs of Getting Your Taxes Prepared Professionally?
Using online programs like Turbotax to file personal taxes is growing more and more popular, but there are still plenty of good reasons to hire a professional. The money you save by doing it yourself may not ultimately be worth it, since an accountant is trained to find those extra deductions and ot…
Buzzer Beaters: Top Sports Stories for January 25
The biggest sports news today: a major trade in the National League, the finals are set Down Under, Manti Te'o's interview airs, and are the New York Jets crazy?