Man catches fire in Brooklyn explosion; Good Samaritans extinguish him
One person was badly burned in a fire and small explosion in a building in Brooklyn early Tuesday afternoon.
Journalist Who Contracted Ebola Now Disease Free
The 33-year-old has opened up via Twitter about how he still is not sure how he contracted the disease but does not regret going to Liberia to help spread the word about Ebola's impact on west Africa.
Sports leagues file restraining order
The NCAA, NFL and other major professional sports leagues filed a motion for a temporary restraining order Tuesday in an effort to halt legalized sports betting in New Jersey.
Michael Sam waived by Cowboys
The Cowboys cut ties with defensive end Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted by an NFL team, and signed linebacker Troy Davis.
Three American Girls Planned to Join Militant Groups in Syria, Official Says
The FBI has tracked down three American teenage girls in Germany while they were en route to Syria to join militant groups, a law enforcement official told ABC News today.
'The Shining' finds new life in horrifyingly funny IKEA ad
Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece gets a furniture face lift in this funny advertisement.
CDC changes Ebola guidelines; US limits travel from stricken African nations to 5 airports
The government announced Tuesday that everyone traveling to the United States from Ebola-afflicted African nations will have to be screened at one of five airports, as officials took to the road with new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers who might be at risk of contracting the disease.
Fatal Queens fire revealed flaws in dispatch system, city investigation showed
The response to a fire that killed two Queens children in April was delayed by a flawed dispatch system, city investigators concluded Tuesday.
Huntington Station residents rally against violence in walk for stabbed teen
Most who live in Huntington Station have been affected by the string of stabbings and shootings in one way or another, but no more so than the Rosales family. Maggie Rosales, just 18, was brutally stabbed to death only a few blocks from her house.
Epic 'selfie' fail caught on live TV
Let this be a lesson to us all: if you are taking a selfie while walking down a pier, make sure you don't get caught on live TV falling into the water. Take a look.
Feds Demand New Crash Tests for Guardrail After $175M Verdict
Federal officials today demanded that a leading guardrail maker perform new crash tests on guardrails that already line American roads coast to coast, a day after a Texas jury found the company duped the U.S. government during a safety approval process ..
Controversy surrounds arrest of underground subway performer
Their performances, normally echoing through the labyrinth of stations and platforms in the city's subway system, now rings loud, drawing attention to the recent arrest of one of their own.