Latest News Stories

U.S. Officials ID Men Seen Handling Suitcase In Chelsea Bombing CaseLaw enforcement officials say they are trying to contact the men, who were visiting from Egypt and have returned home.
FDNY, NYPD Hold Solemn Tribute For Battalion Chief Michael FahyThe 17-year veteran was described as a “rising star” in the department and a dedicated family man who was married with three young children.
2 Students, Teacher Wounded In South Carolina Elementary School ShootingA teenager opened fire at a South Carolina elementary school Wednesday, wounding two students and a teacher before the suspect was taken into custody, a law enforcement officer said.
Man Stabbed On Pier In West VillageThe incident took place inside the park at Pier 34 on West and Canal Streets at around 1:30 p.m.
Congress Overrides Obama's Veto Of Bill Allowing 9/11 Families To Sue Saudi ArabiaCongress has rejected a veto by President Barack Obama for the first time since he became president.
MTA Board Member Raises Concerns About New Penn Station ProjectCuomo wants the $1.6 billion Penn Station overhaul to be completed by 2020, a timeline board member Veronica Vanterpool called "accelerated and ambitious."

Latest Sports Stories

Schwartz: New York Riveters, NWHL Set To Start Year 2After launching last season as part of the brand new National Women’s Hockey League, the New York Riveters are preparing for their second campaign.
CBS Sports’ Dan Fouts Talks Dolphins-Bengals On TNF, Bills-Pats SundayDan Fouts, CBS Sports analyst and Hall of Fame quarterback, discusses the Dolphins-Bengals on TNF and Bills-Pats on Sunday in Week 4.
Public Memorial Held For Jose Fernandez As Senator Calls For Probe Of Rock JettyShortly after the 32-foot boat owned by Fernandez crashed early Sunday, the Coast Guard said a lighted buoy that marks the channel opening at the end of the jetty was working properly.
Devils Sign Defenseman Kyle Quincey To 1-Year ContractThe New Jersey Devils have signed veteran defenseman Kyle Quincey to a $1.25 million contract for the upcoming season.
5 Times When Sports Stars Lost Fights With Inanimate ObjectsOn Sunday, Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. became the latest victim. He swung his helmet at a kicking net, which swung back, striking him in the face and leaving a cut.
On The Rise: Matthew Fitzpatrick And European Tour's Next GenerationMatthew Fitzpatrick, part of the European Tour's next generation of stars, is learning to play in America, including at the 2016 Ryder Cup.

Best of New York

NYC’s Scariest Haunted Houses: Blood Manor, Gravesend Inn, More
Halloween In NYC: Spooky Events, Haunted Houses, Parties, MoreWith Halloween just a few weeks away, it’s time to get into the spooky spirit. Check out these Halloween-themed events in New York City.
NYC's Best Fall 2016 Cocktails, Bars And Seasonal SpiritsHere are five bars and restaurants that are serving up cocktails inspired by this cooler season.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Sept. 28, 2016During Wednesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," we listened to Craig as he recalled his days in Cleveland, when he and then-Browns head coach Bill Belichick were tight.
Boomer & Carton: Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone Isn't A Fan Of Conor McGregorDonald "Cowboy" Cerrone joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio on Wednesday to talk about the UFC and promote his upcoming bout.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Updates Like No OtherJerry Recco was busy doing his thing Wednesday morning and by that we mean he was updating his face off like a savage.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Victor Cruz On WFAN: Beckham Needs To Control Emotions, Understand Giants 'Need Him To Win'When asked Tuesday what he can do to help ensure that the excitable Beckham doesn't hurt the Giants, Cruz said he has to act like "a friend and brother" to him.
LISTEN: WFAN's Ed Coleman Describes Feeling At Emotional Marlins-Mets GameIn their first game since ace pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident, the Marlins beat the Mets 7-3, a game highlighted by Dee Gordon's leadoff home run.
LISTEN: Jim Nantz Says There Was Optimism About Arnold Palmer's Scheduled SurgeryNantz said Palmer became a superstar because the timing of his golf excellence matched up with television beginning to broadcast the sport.

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