The FBI investigated whether grand jury secrets were illegally leaked to the media during the Lance Armstrong criminal probe in 2010 and 2011, one of Armstrong's attorneys said Monday in federal court for a separate proceeding.
Meet Queens’ newest crop of urban farmers. An enterprising group of green thumbs has been using the soilless growing method called hydroponics to cultivate artisanal produce through a method they say is more efficient for city life.
The U.S. launched offensive airstrikes against ISIS near Baghdad late Monday night, just hours after securing support for its fight against terrorism from a global coalition of leaders in Paris.
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman explained the team's decision to reinstate Adrian Peterson just three days after benching him in the wake of a disturbing child abuse indictment, claiming the star running back was simply "disciplining a child."
Welcome to the supersecret Miss America training center.
One game into its first Big 10 football season, here is Rutgers’ record: One tough loss, one big apology. The Scarlet Knights fell to Penn State, 13-10, Saturday night, and Monday athletic director Julie Hermann issued an apology for some “inappropriate and offensive” t-shirts and banners.
Jerry Seinfeld had planned to kick off the new season of his “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” Internet show with Joan Rivers.
Debra Messing starts her new cop show with a confession. “I’m a rule-follower,” she admits. “I really am.
Netropolitan club, a new online country club that bills itself as a place for rich people “to talk about fine wine, fancy cars and lucrative business decisions without judgment,” will launch on Tuesday.
There's a reason she's a reality TV star and not an art curator.
"The View" jumped right into the NFL’s latest domestic violence scandal as a hot topic for its new co-hosts.
Here's a tip for any waiters who get stiffed by a famous athlete: save the receipt! A server did just that after being short-changed by Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, and now the seemingly worthless piece of paper is bidding in the upper five-figure range on eBay.
Washington coach Jay Gruden is optimistic Robert Griffin III will return this season. Gruden said Monday that an MRI shows no broken bones in Griffin’s injured left ankle.
Microsoft is mining the video game industry to help build its mobile device business.
A loud-mouthed Arizona politician has resigned after he argued that women receiving government assistance should be sterilized.
A Missouri state trooper fretted about his job and admitted he "probably did a bunch of things wrong" after a drunk man in his custody drowned during an arrest on a lake in May, a new recording shows.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is turning to a past NYPD honcho to help the department train cops.
Contrary to popular belief, Henrik Lundqvist did rise from his stomach, and then his knees, off the Staples Center ice on June 13.
The NFL has drafted three hard-charging women to tackle the plague of domestic violence incidents that have wrecked the reputation of professional football.
Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" controversy has gotten cloudier.