Mets Top Marlins, Thanks To DeGrom, Rookie GimenezDeGrom allowed two runs and seven hits, marking the 25th time in his past 27 starts he permitted three runs or fewer.
More Than 100,000 Still Without Power Across Tri-State; Con Edison Says Most NYC Customers Will Have Electricity Restored SundayCon Edison said it is optimistic most customers in New York City will have power restored Sunday; most in Westchester could have their lights back on Monday.
NYPD: Man Suspected Of Robbing Bronx Cab Driver Held Razor Blade To Victim's NeckThe suspect got into the cab, then pointed a razor blade at the 65-year-old driver's neck and demanded money, according to police.
36-Year-Old Man Killed In Morrisania Shooting, Police InvestigatingOfficers said they found a 36-year-old man on the pavement, unconscious and with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Connecticut Gov. Lamont Pushing For In-Person Schooling To Avoid 'A Lost Year'Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont said he fears waiting until there is a coronavirus vaccine to open up schools could lead to a "lost year of education."
Mets Pitcher Michael Wacha Goes On IL With Right Shoulder InflammationManager Luis Rojas said before Sunday’s game with the Miami Marlins that Wacha felt pain in his shoulder after allowing four runs in five innings on Friday.
U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 5 Million As Pandemic Rages OnThe U.S. has both the highest number of confirmed cases and the most deaths of any country in the world.
Yankees Place Giancarlo Stanton On 10-Day IL With Hamstring StrainStanton was hurt in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader with the Rays while advancing from first to second base on a wild pitch.
Cardinal Dolan Pens Joint Appeal To Congress For Financial Aid With Future Of Catholic Schools In Doubt NationwideThree of the nation’s highest-ranking Catholic leaders, in a recent joint appeal, said Catholic schools “are presently facing their greatest financial crisis” and warned that hundreds more closures are likely without federal support.
Man Accused Of Robbing, Groping Woman On Brooklyn M TrainPolice are trying to identify the man suspected of robbing a woman on a Brooklyn subway.
Power Outages, Lingering Debris Cause Mounting Frustration Across Tri-StateFrustration is mounting across the Tri-State Area between ongoing power outages and lingering debris from Tropical Storm Isaias.
Black Lives Matter Protester Turns Himself In To Police One Day After Six-Hour StandoffTwenty-eight-year-old Derrick Ingram is accused of shouting into a bullhorn that was aimed at a police officer's ear during a June protest.
Nonprofit Provides Hot Meals For Those In Need In Times SquareThe organization holds this event in Times Square every Saturday and says it will continue as long as needed.
NYC Begins Stopping Drivers Entering City In Crackdown On Quarantine EnforcementPeople coming from nearly three dozen states are required to quarantine for 14 days.
Jericho Residents Say Plans To Turn Old Hotel Into Homeless Shelter Were Done In Secret: 'We Need The Transparency'A spokesperson for Nassau County says the shelter is needed “in order to provide these important services for our neighbors in need, especially during these difficult times.”