The National Football League says it has considered contingency plans in case a serious storm slams the Tri-State area around Super Bowl time.
While Alex Rodriguez awaits an arbitrator’s ruling in his 211-game steroid suspension, his ex-wife has spoken out about the man behind the scandal.
People all over the Tri-State area spent the day on Monday paying homage to military personnel.
The Yankees had the night off Monday, and were much in need of it emotionally after a hotly-contested game with the Red Sox.
A league executive told CBS News that Anthony Bosch could implicate up to 25 players, including some stars not currently connected to the firestorm.
Perhaps the two biggest names available in unrestricted free agency this year are superstars Chris Paul and center Dwight Howard. The question is, which of them is the best value?
Woods responded Wednesday on Twitter, saying the remark was “wrong, hurtful and clearly inappropriate.”
“I didn’t set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport,” Collins wrote in Sports Illustrated. “But since I am, I’m happy to start the conversation.”
The video immediately garnered national attention, as Rice is seen both physically and verbally abusing his players. The head coach included gay slurs in his rants and even threw basketballs at his players.
After a brief greeting, the superstar asked the audience to stand, and immediately belted out an unaccompanied rendition of the “The Star Spangled Banner” which was received with hoots and applause.
You can get started on that New Year’s resolution early. Mister Abs himself joined TV 10-55’s Otis Livingston for an “ab-tastic” fit minute.
Shannon Forde, 41, is a longtime Mets media relations member and mother of two. She was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer in August.
Goodbye, Nassau. Hello, Brooklyn. The Islanders will become the borough’s second professional sports franchise when they move to Barclays Center in 2015.
A high school student with autism becomes a hero on the football field. Sounds like a good movie doesn’t it? Well, it’s a true story.
HOPE Week, the New York Yankees’ annual team effort to get out and help local communities, continued Tuesday in Queens.