They may not agree on much, but one thing that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told President Barack Obama had a certain ring of truth: Israel and the United States are both enemies of Iran.
It was the most one-sided loss for the Americans since a 5-0 defeat by Mexico in the 2009 Gold Cup final.
Omar Audi is a typical nine-year-old, except that he’s battling a deadly disease – and soon, he may be forced to do it alone, as his parents face deportation.
FIFA sent the World Cup into uncharted territory Thursday, handing the 2018 edition to Russia and going to Qatar in 2022. America had hoped to be selected, but alas.
Jeremy Hall was traded from Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls to the expansion Portland Timbers on Monday for a third-round draft pick in January.
Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement said the 54 arrests in the NYC area came as part of a four-day sweep conducted in recent days.
The days of sorting metal, plastic and other recycling items into separate bins are over on the University of Connecticut’s flagship campus.
A New Jersey school board has approved a contract extension for a school chief singled out by Gov. Chris Christie for seeking a salary well above a pending superintendent pay cap.
A group of New York elected officials spoke out Monday against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is in NYC for the U.N. General Assembly.
An American hiker freed after spending over a year in an Iranian jail is now telling her side of the story. Sarah Shourd said she’s no spy, and neither are the two friends she left behind in Tehran.
NYC beat out San Jose and San Diego in an analysis released by the FBI – which ranked Index Crime rates of the 25 largest cities in the country.
The US Basketball ‘B Team’ will try to do what the A-listers couldn’t four years ago: win the world’s biggest basketball tournament.