One year ago, Corey Long was photographed wielding an improvised flamethrower in a standoff with a man brandishing a Confederate flag. His life hasn't been the same since.
The Newark mayor argued social media can be transformational for politicians -- even as he showed his traditional campaigning chops.
On Long Beach Island, the push is on to rebuild before Memorial Day. But with restaurants in shambles and insurance payments trickling in slowly, it will be tough to meet the deadline.
Romney can upend the race if he goes on the offensive and wins the first 40 minutes of the first debate, says a former debate coach for Bush, McCain and Romney himself.
For a musician with a tough, street-smart image, a prison sentence can actually boost popularity. But should a convicted felon like Carlos Coy -- aka, rapper South Park Mexican -- be able to generate new hits from behind bars?
Four decades after George Carlin's legendary monologue, the law still can't decide how to handle publicly broadcast swearing.
In the year since player Sean Avery voiced his support of gay marriage, the sport has gotten more tolerant—but the fight is just beginning.
They've lost limbs and earned Purple Hearts for their service. Now an academy in Tampa is helping them regain what they want most: an everyday existence.
This year's WWE matchup will force a clash between pro wrestling's brutal past and its sanitized present.
Takeru Kobayashi and Bill "El Wingador" Simmons will face each other at Philadelphia's annual wing-eating competition.
Watching the BCS Championship Game at midtown Manhattan's Legends bar, a bastion of fandom in a city where college football is otherwise ignored
For the past 17 years, Timothy Bella's father has been dressing up as Santa Claus to bring gifts to kids at the nation's largest children's hospital.
Young Latter-day Saints of all political persuasions wonder whether the 2012 campaign will turn Romney into the Mormon John F. Kennedy.
The record-breaking coach almost took a different job—and even when he arrived in Durham, he struggled at first
Just two months after 9/11, an airplane bound for the Dominican Republic plummeted into the water near JFK International Airport
A pitcher and a grieving mother remember the city's first pro sporting event after the attacks