Venus Williams falls to Sara Errani
Venus Williams' comeback fell short at the US Open on Friday afternoon, falling to Sara Errani 6-0, 0-6, 7-6 (5).
Man at New York hotel robbed of cash, necklace, police siad
A 45-year-old tourist from Thailand was robbed of thousands in jewelry and cash by a blonde woman he met in a Lower Manhattan bar.
NYPD looking for suspect who inappropriately grabbed women in Brooklyn
Police are looking for a man wanted for grabbing strangers inappropriately in Brooklyn in two separate incidents.
Jesus Montero, scout in altercation
The Seattle Mariners will further investigate an altercation that occurred Thursday between catcher Jesus Montero, currently rehabbing an oblique injury with the team's Class A Everett AquaSox affiliate, and Butch Baccala, a scout from his team.
Jim Irsay reaches plea agreement
Colts owner Jim Irsay has reached a plea agreement in his impaired driving case, the Indianapolis Star reported Friday, citing court officials.
Ndamukong Suh not fined by NFL
Detroit Lions defender Ndamukong Suh was flagged for roughing Jacksonville QB Chad Henne last Friday, but he won't be fined for the play.
President Obama attends fundraisers in Westchester County
Getting around southern Westchester County could be tough Friday afternoon as President Barack Obama arrives on a Democratic fundraising sweep.
Five cuts remain on Rams
Michael Sam survived a round of cuts by the St. Louis Rams on Friday, sources told ESPN.
Military Guns Missing From Police Agencies
The guns-drawn streets of Ferguson jolted America awake to the militarization of the nation's police. Local cops, often untrained in military tactics, may be carrying assault rifles used by our Marines and even Special Forces, using surplus weaponry don..
Tony Stewart expresses sorrow
Tony Stewart expressed sorrow in his first public comments since striking and killing driver Kevin Ward Jr. earlier this month in upstate New York.
Pre-K push underway for 4-year-old students
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio made pre-kindergarten for all 4-year-olds his No. 1 campaign issue, and got $300 million in funding from Albany.