Most homeowners associations come with a lot of rules. But they also come with plenty of benefits.
In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo previously proposed decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana in public.
Will there be questions at the first presidential debate about curtailing gun violence? New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to force the issue by running television ads — demanding a plan from the candidates.
Legendary country artist, activist and humanitarian Willie Nelson was hospitalized over the weekend in Colorado. True to his lyrics, reports are he is ‘fine’ and he just “can’t wait to get on the road again!”
A young man who lost his father in the Colorado movie theater massacre was subjected to a cruel joke. The quip came from his own professor – and now there are calls for the professor to be fired.
Where was Taylor Swift on Sunday night? Apparently driving around Boulder, Colorado in a Porsche with Crocs cofounder George Boedecker.
With Mark Lyons, Nick Johnson, Solomon Hill, and a healthy Kevin Parrom and Jordin Mayes, Arizona should have a much deeper and explosive perimeter than they did last season.
In a recent interview, the “Son of Sam” killer, David Berkowitz, said “society has to take the glory out of guns.”
Sung H. Hwang, president-elect of the New Haven County Bar Association, said at a news conference that the charges against him threaten “our constitutional right to bear arms.”
Stephen Barton of Southbury is lucky to be alive. He was in the movie theater when that mass shooting unfolded.
It’s been a violent month, both here in New York and across the country, and that’s how we begin our July Audiofile of the big stories these past 31 days.
The Bell of Hope at St. Paul’s Chapel will be tolled at 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
Batman star Christian Bale visited survivors of the Colorado theater shooting Tuesday and thanked medical staff and police officers who responded to the attack that killed 12 people and injured 58 others.
Twelve people were killed and nearly 60 more were injured when police said 24-year-old James Holmes, dressed in body armor and armed with an assault rifle, a shotgun and handguns, walked into a theater in Aurora, Colo. and opened fire on Friday.
Looking dazed with his hair dyed red, James Holmes, the man accused of opening fire inside a Colorado moving theater during a midnight showing of the new Batman movie “The Dark Knight Rises,” made his first court appearance on Monday.