British Olympic chiefs have clamped down on a bit of guerrilla marketing that saw the country's athletes sporting stylish - but non sponsor-brand - headphones at the games.
Federal data show most guns recovered from New York crimes last year originated in states with fewer legal restrictions, though the largest single source is still New York, where nearly 1,600 were first purchased.
A veteran politician was convicted Thursday on nine of 12 counts in a corruption case accusing him of putting hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars meant for community projects in the pockets of his girlfriend and family.
Sandy Weill built Citigroup into a mega-bank. Now, he says mega-banks should be broken up.
A baritone who was due to sing the lead role in Wagner's The Flying Dutchman at the Bayreuth opera festival withdrew from the event Saturday.
A new report shows that one in eight New York City children have been diagnosed with asthma.
New York University’s controversial expansion plan was approved by a City Council committee on Tuesday after the school said it would scale back development.
Talks between Consolidated Edison and its largest union resumed Monday as another heat wave hits New York City.
The world's largest and most prominent choir competition is coming to a close in southwest Ohio.
The Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack is by far the most memorable moment shared by television viewers during the past 50 years, a study released on Wednesday concluded.
After returning from the battlefields of Iraq, Christian Ellis found the only way to soothe the war wounds in his soul was by losing himself singing opera's powerful, haunting songs.
Have the teeth of two famed 19th-century composers been stolen from their graves? Austrian prosecutors are trying to find out.
It's going to be a sweltering weekend for the region, with heat advisories and excessive heat warnings up for much of the Northeast.
Bess is taking a rest.
Painter and sketch artist LeRoy Neiman, best known for evoking the kinetic energy of the world's biggest sporting and leisure events with bright quick strokes, died Wednesday at age 91.
An education bill related to national efforts to help illegal immigrants has failed in Albany, setting up an election fight for New York's immigrant vote.
Roger Clemens has been acquitted on all charges by a jury that decided he didn't lie to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs.
A retired music executive will donate more than 200 audio interviews with popular singers including Barbra Streisand, Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles, Paul McCartney and others to the Library of Congress, officials announced Monday.
New York City police are investigating whether shots were fired inside a nightclub during a bottle-throwing brawl involving singer Chris Brown and Drake's entourage.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear an appeal filed by five Muslim men convicted of planning to attack Fort Dix or other military bases.