The first thing the Metro-North train operator allegedly told investigators after Sunday's horrific derailment in the Bronx was, “I was in a daze," according to law-enforcement sources who spoke with the Post and the News. According to the latter's source, operator William Rockefeller Jr. Show More Summary
After he left Sunday’s game with a knee injury, the Bengals thought that left guard Clint Boling was done for the season with a torn ACL. Tests have been done and doctors have been consulted, but the news isn’t any better for Boling. The Bengals announced Tuesday that he’s been placed on injured reserve, ending…
On Sunday during a segment on CBS News’ 60 Minutes program, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed a project that the company has been involved in. Called Amazon Prime Air, the concept is to use flying drones to deliver packages within 30 minutes. Show More Summary
The engineer of the Metro-North commuter train that derailed in the Bronx on Sunday told police he may have zoned-out before taking a curve at almost three times the speed limit, sources close to the investigation told NBC News. The possibility that William Rockefeller dozed off …
Four people robbed patrons of their valuables at Ni.Do. Caffe in Miami on Sunday night, and among the victims were Miami Heat guard Roger Mason, Jr. and his family, according to Dawn Brooks of WPLG Local 10 News. Although two of theShow More Summary
Questions about what caused the deadly derailment of a commuter train in New York on Sunday are increasingly focusing on whether the train’s operator was at fault. The local news website DNAInfo, citing unnamed sources, reported Tuesday that William Rockefeller was asleep before the accident. Show More Summary
In a December 1st morning news conference I’m sure was timed just coincidentally to hit all the Sunday shows, the folks over at Health & Human Services announced that the healthcare insurance website was fixed and open for business. People who expect to use the Exchange to purchase insurance starting in January have until December [...]
During Monday’s 5:30 p.m. news, WGRZ anchor Maryalice Demler addressed criticism over a tweet she sent calling Toronto Mayor Rob Ford a “sweetheart.” The two were at the Buffalo Bills game Sunday when Demler took a picture with Ford and tweeted it out. Demler later deleted the tweet and the picture. Show More Summary
This ABC News headline wasn’t what the Obama administration wanted to see on Sunday: “White House Declares Obamacare Website Fixed, But Problems Persist.” But it was entirely foreseeable that the Dec. 1 deadline, watered down to “works for the vast majority of users” (defined as a B- or 80 percent), would not really give us […]
There was a time, not so long ago, when my family and I would sit down on Sunday morning to have breakfast and I would watch my dad read the newspaper from cover to cover. Now, he reads the news...
Here’s the Detroit News on a big, fun Pistons development: This looks to be a week of discovery of sorts for Pistons coach Maurice Cheeks. On Sunday, Cheeks revealed that when he accepted the Pistons job this past June, he didn’t know Andre Drummond would be this good. “I didn’t,” Cheeks said after the Pistons’ 115-100 win over [...]
IT’S ONLY MONDAY and it’s already been a mighty good week for “Frozen.” On Sunday, Disney announced that according to its box-office estimates, its latest princess tale had set multiple records. A day later came more good news: “Frozen” has been nominated for a field-leading 10 Annie Awards — tied with Disney/Pixar’s “Monsters University.” Read full article >>
Sunday, Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, appeared on "Breitbart News Sunday" on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. He told Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon that “Iran is laughing itself...Show More Summary
David Plouffe, former Obama senior adviser and ABC News contributor says Obamacare Will ‘Work Really Well’ By 2017Former Obama senior adviser and ABC News contributor David Plouffe said on “This Week” Sunday that the Affordable CareShow More Summary
Curtis Granderson might be thinking about switching sides in the Subway Series after meeting with New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson on Sunday. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports broke the news via Twitter on Monday: Sources: #Mets...Show More Summary
Shocking news you'll never believe: Vernon Davis, whose penis was used as a tackle aide by Rams safety T.J. McDonald on Sunday, reported that the experience was painful and would prefer not to repeat it.
On Sunday we celebrated the 58th anniversary of Rosa Parks' arrest for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white man in Alabama.
The investigation into what caused the Metro-North train derailment Sunday is still ongoing and officials are now saying that speed may have been a factor in the derailment. According to NBC News, the black box data recorder was recovered from the train, and will be analyzed to determine what caused the derailment. Show More Summary
Glenn Greenwald responded Sunday to accusations from news personalities that he has “monopolized” and “privatized” reporting (an accusation that seems to be newly cooked up for the purpose of discrediting journalists) on documents given...Show More Summary
The Pope, according to the Catholic News Service, once worked as a nightclub bouncer. …the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano reported the pope told churchgoers Sunday that he used to make money by kicking people out of clubs as a bouncer, according to the Catholic News Service. He told the group of parishioners that his work […]