Don Champion

Life-Like High-Wire Scenes In ‘The Walk’ 3-D Leave Audiences With Vertigo SymptomsA movie about a historic high-wire act is causing high anxiety for some theater goers, some audience members have reported severe symptoms of vertigo.
Pope Francis Heads Back To Rome After Philadelphia Mass Ends Whirlwind TourPope Francis joined hundreds of thousands of the faithful Sunday for the last and biggest event of his joyful, six-day U.S. visit -- a Mass on Philadelphia's grandest boulevard.
Sanders Surges Ahead Of Clinton In New PollA new poll shows Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is now leading Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire in the Democratic presidential race.
March In Ferguson, Protests In NYC Mark 1-Year Anniversary Of Michael Brown's DeathProtests and marches were held in New York and around the country Sunday, marking one year since the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown at the hands of a white police officer.
Dogs Searching For 2 Escaped Killers Pick Up Scent Near Upstate NY PrisonGov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that state police have received literally hundreds of leads and possible sightings of two escaped inmates.
FBI To Join Amtrak Wreck Probe After Reports That Projectiles May Have Hit TrainAn assistant conductor said she thought she heard an Amtrak train engineer say his train had been hit by projectiles before the derailment this week, the National Transportation Safety Board said Friday.
Hillary Clinton Does Not Acknowledge Email Controversy During NYC EventHillary Clinton took to the stage in New York City on Monday to discuss gender equality and stuck to her prepared script like glue.
NYT: Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account As Secretary Of StateFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated a federal act by using a personal email account for official business.
Hundreds Gather To Mark 50 Years Since Malcolm X's AssassinationShortly after Malcolm X broke off from the group and turned his back on what it stood for, members of the Nation of Islam gunned him down in the Audubon Ballroom in 1965.
Pope Francis Makes Headlines For Stance On SpankingSpeaking an event at the Vatican this week, the pope said it's acceptable for parents to spank their children, as long as it doesn't demean them and is not done in the face.
Tri-State Area Residents Bundle Up To Beat The ColdStaying warm in this bitter cold can be a challenge, no matter how long you have to stay outside.
Lenox Hill Hospital To Cover Visiting Couple's Medical Bill After Son Born PrematurelyA United Kingdom couple visiting New York City got a late holiday gift.