A national organization promoting Sept. 11 as a day of public service and remembrance is asking presidential candidates to stop campaigning and running political ads on the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks.
From Boston to San Francisco and New York to Tokyo, traditional bike lanes running alongside vehicle traffic are being replaced in favor of "protected" lanes or "cycletracks," where physical barriers like concrete curbs, planters or fences separate cyclists from vehicle traffic.
Donald Trump continues to elaborate on his immigration plan, shifting from his earlier tone on the issue. Clinton's campaign is under fire after 15,000 more emails released by conservative advocacy group, Judicial Watch.
Four years after her first olympics, Cooperstown native, Sarah Groff, now Sarah True is once again in strong contention for a medal in the women's triathlon. This time around, her mom Jeannine went back to where her triathlon love began, the Clark Sports Center.
Gawker.com, the brash New York website that broke new ground with its gossipy, no-holds-barred coverage of media, culture and politics, is shutting down after nearly 14 years, brought low by an unhappy, but deep-pocketed, subject.
We all know the feeling of losing someone close that we love. It can be our darkest time but as Andrea Olson found out, one funeral home in Spokane, Washington has made it their mission to make people smile.
Usain Bolt is known of his happy-go-lucky personality and apparently couldn't contain himself from giving his rivals a mid-race grin as he sprinted toward the finish line ahead of the pack during the 100-meter dash semifinals Sunday night.
NBCUniversal has agreed to make customized episodes of "The Tonight Show," ''Saturday Night Live" and several other shows for Snapchat under a multiyear deal between the broadcast network and social media app.
The threat of violence by people inspired by foreign extremists invokes fear in a majority of young Americans across racial groups. But for young people of color, particularly African-Americans, that fear is matched or surpassed by worries about violence from white extremists.
Congressman Richard Hanna, (R)- 22, announced the Department of Health and Human Services awarded a more than $1.2 million grant to Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. for local Head Start programs.
A federal judge ruled Friday that the insurance carrier for NASCAR driver Tony Stewart does not have to defend or indemnify him in a lawsuit brought by the family of a driver who died after being struck by Stewart's car during a race.