“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.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder CBS 2′s Otis Livingston and Vanessa Murdock introduce us to five-month-old Betty and one-year-old Sandy.
It has been a whirlwind 2 years for West Orange-native and NBA star Kyrie Irving, but now he is giving back to his community and trying to help St. Patrick High School in Elizabeth stay open.
The Syracuse University child sex-abuse investigation is widening. The U.S. Attorney’s Office has taken the lead role. Assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine was fired Sunday night after a third allegation of abuse surfaced.
In this week’s Furry Friend Finder, CBS 2′s Otis Livingston shows off Lucy, an 8-year-old Pekingese. Lucy’s friendly, sweet and loving. She’s also housebroken.
Major League Baseball is teaming up with Susan G. Komen for the Cure to go to Bat Against Breast Cancer.
More than 700 animals are up for adoption at the annual North Shore Animal League Pet Adopt-A-Thon in Port Washington, and NFL football player Jarvis Green is there to help out.
Faith and love. Those are the forces driving a Rutgers student who was paralyzed on the field during a football game last year.