Carmelo Anthony turned 32 years old over the weekend and celebrated like a true New Yorker should: with the Empire State as his playground.
Professional basketball player Thabo Sefolosha files a civil lawsuit against five New York City police officers. He accuses them of making a false arrest, using excessive force and violating his civil rights.
A Brooklyn teenage girl dies days after a group of teens beat her into a coma. The district attorney is expected to increase the initial charges against the main suspect.
An autopsy showed Gray was shot seven times with three bullets entering his back, indicating he might have been running from the police, not facing them.
Lawyers for Lee-Walker believe the teacher's First Amendment rights were violated, as well as her contract with the teacher's union.
This year has already gotten off to a great start: Manhattan has just opened up its first medical marijuana dispensary.
Ovidio Jaramillo, 17, was at a crosswalk at around 11 p.m. in Queens when he was hit by a black Toyota Camry. The car quickly took off after hitting the teenager.
Cleveland Cavaliers baller J.R. Smith is being accused of choking a teenager who allegedly teased him about his basketball career.
James Moss of Colorado was reminded how strong the power of kindness can be after thousands of strangers raised over $30,000 for him and his son.
Investigators in the case pondered whether founding members of the famed rap group, RZA and Raekwon, are linked to murders that occurred more than 15 years ago.
Earlier this week, Jay Z and Tidal announced that they’ll be bringing the biggest names in music to Brooklyn for a charity concert in celebration of their subscriber count officially reaching “platinum” status with 1 million subscribers. The all-star line up of performers already included the likes of Prince, Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Usher, Damian […]