Coughlin’s Giants regroup with a rousing win over Buffalo

Over the course of roughly two and half weeks, the Giants have risen from the abyss to prosperity—or at the very least to a promising future.

It was a most proper and smashing contest in jolly old London

You would have had to attend a 7 a.m. or 8 a.m. church service or an earlier mass, or maybe move up your morning jog to catch the start of the 9:30 a.m. Jets-Dolphins game this past Sunday in London, ...

Brook Lopez wants to be the guy for the Nets this season

The upcoming 2015-16 NBA season may be an interesting one for the Brooklyn Nets. Deron Williams is gone, securing a buyout, and then signing with the Dallas Mavericks over the summer.

WNBA Finals in high gear

The Indiana Fever and Minnesota Lynx are tied at one game a piece in the WNBA Finals.

No one seems to be strong enough to break away in NFL East

In the NFL, coaches dissect their 16-game regular season into fourths. Heading into week four, the Giants can significantly alleviate their disastrous beginning to the 2015 campaign and plausibly look forward optimistically with a win over the Buffalo Bills in ...

Jets let their guard down, get whacked at home

New York Jets fans converged on MetLife Stadium Sunday afternoon with a new sense of hope, a new spirit of optimism and a renewed vitality.

No shame, no blame! Liberty season comes to a quiet end

Although the New York Liberty won’t be vying for a WNBA championship this year, it’s hard to criticize a team that re-energized the fan base, fought hard and lit up Madison Square Garden with some of the best play in ...

Top high school teams to compete in NYC Mayors Cup Championships

New York City’s top high school cross country teams from the Public Schools Athletic League, Catholic High School Athletic Association and independent schools will compete for the title of Best in the City.

In today’s NFL, Giants must learn to seize the moment

Seize the moment. In the 16-game NFL regular season schedule, every win is precious and every loss is consequential.

Jets’ Todd Bowles off and coaching like a 30-year vet

Todd Bowles got a thing for Gladys Knight, he likes Eddie Levert and the O’Jays and he likes milk with his Chips Ahoy cookies.

Liberty tasting sweet wins in WNBA playoffs

It was a fight to the finish in the first round of the WNBA playoffs for the New York Liberty, but the team prevailed with a 79-74 victory over the Washington Mystics in game three.

New York City Basketball Hall of Fame welcomes the 26th class of inductees

The newest inductees to the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame

After Blake arrest, City Council to create NYPD early intervention system

Today, members of the New York City Council announced that they will push bills to create and monitor an NYPD early intervention system for overly aggressive police officers.

Yogi Berra, baseball player and source of folk wisdom, dies at 90

Yogi Berra, one of the greatest catchers in baseball history who also was known for his humorous malapropisms, has died.

Reclaiming the waves: South Africa's new surfing heroes

South Africa has beautiful beaches and some of the world's best surf, but during apartheid segregatory laws were used to bar nonwhites from parks, swimming pools, libraries, public transportation -- as well as beaches