'Sabado Gigante' ends 53-year run
"Sabado Gigante," television's longest-running variety show is calling it a wrap after 53 years.
Cavs' Kevin Love dislocates shoulder on 'bush-league play'
Cavaliers forward Kevin Love suffered a dislocated left shoulder on a "bush-league play" against the Celtics on Sunday, while Boston center Kelly Olynyk says there wasn't any intent to injure.
How You Can Help the Victims of the Nepal Earthquake
Help from the United States is expected to arrive in Nepal today following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that impacted almost 5 million people, according to the U.N.
Danbury teacher appears in court on charges of sexually assaulting student
According to an arrest report, 24-year-old-year-old Kayla Mooney was charged March 31 after an investigation into a complaint she made to school officials that she was being harassed by the boy's girlfriend.
As athletes get bigger, they look less and less like us
In ESPN's Fight for Perfection issue, Howard Bryant writes that today's colossal athletes invite awe. But what is? gained in size will come with a loss of fan connection.
Redskins exercise Robert Griffin III's $16.2M option for 2016
The Redskins exercised their fifth-year option on Robert Griffin III's contract, a move that likely will keep the star quarterback with Washington through the 2016 season.
Police trying to track down coyote in Middle Village, Queens
The coyote was spotted in front of a house on Elliot Avenue in Middle Village, but ran off into Juniper Valley Park before police could tranquilize it.
Horrifying moment when avalanche hits climbers on Everest base camp
One climber captured the terrifying moment when an avalanche collided with an Everest base camp.
Brooklyn man makes contact with hiker friends in Nepal after quake
A Crown Heights man said he received text messages early Monday from two hiker friends who had been missing in Nepal since the earthquake.
PHOTOS: Nepal earthquake: Inside the aftermath
A look inside areas devastated by the powerful quake that struck Saturday, killing more than 1,000 people and leveling homes, temples and triggered avalanches.
Loretta Lynch sworn in as US attorney general
Five months after she was nominated by President Barack Obama to serve as attorney general, Loretta Lynch was finally confirmed in the Senate Thursday.
Antonio Brown joins offseason workouts
One week after not attending voluntary workouts, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown showed up Monday to join his teammates.