New York Times Editorial Board Calls Trump ‘Worst Nominee’ In Modern American HistoryIn endorsing Clinton, the paper also slammed GOP nominee Donald Trump as "the worst nominee put forward by a major party in modern American history."
‘Stop The Hate’ Rally Held Near Site Of Monday Night’s Presidential DebateAmong the crowd was 16-year-old Amrit Nasiruddin, the daughter of Pakistani immigrants. She said it huts her heart when she sees her Muslim friends being ridiculed.
Clerk Found Shot To Death Behind Counter Inside Queens BodegaPolice responding to a 911 call found Nassirou Diallo, 46, dead behind the counter at the Sunshine Deli on Merrick Boulevard.
Football Players From Newark’s Barringer High Take A Knee During The National AnthemPlayers and coaches from a New Jersey high school football team took a knee during the national anthem ahead of a game in Irvington on Friday night.
Authorities: Fifth Person Dies In Shooting At Cascade MallAuthorities say a fifth person has died following a shooting at a shopping mall north of Seattle.
Conforto Blast Caps Big 5th As Mets Patch Together 10-5 Win Over PhilliesMichael Conforto's three-run homer capped a six-run fifth inning Friday night by the New York Mets, who retained at least a share of the National League wild-card lead
Blue Jays Slam Bombers 9-0, Yankees Now 4 Behind Detroit For Wildcard SpotTroy Tulowitzki had four RBIs, Josh Donaldson hit a two-run homer, Francisco Liriano pitched six scoreless innings and the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the New York Yankees 9-0 on Friday night.
1 Held, 2 More Sought In Violent Yonkers Home InvasionYonkers police had a 42-year-old man in custody late Friday, and were searching for two other suspects, after a violent home invasion.
Suspects Impersonated Cops, Sprayed Victims In Series Of Robberies, Police SayPolice are looking for two men who have been impersonating cops during robberies in the Bronx and Queens.
'Bridgegate' Trial: Star Witness Wildstein Says He Was Christie's 'Bad Cop'Former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive David Wildstein pleaded guilty for his role in the lane-closing scandal last year and implicated New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
LISTEN: Peter Schrager Says Packers Should Bounce BackGreen Bay is 1-1, and some are now questioning whether quarterback Aaron Rodgers' best days are behind him.
Tony Dungy On WFAN: Colin Kaepernick's Protest Is WorkingIs Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest working? Former NFL coach Tony Dungy says yes.