DMX, Electrifying Rapper Who Defined 2000s Rap, Dies at 50DMX, the prolific rapper and actor who rose to fame in the late 1990s and 2000s, has died nearly a week after suffering a heart attack, his family said in a statement Friday. He was 50 years old.
California Coronavirus Cases Surge Past 400,000; Approaches New York's TotalCoronavirus cases have surged past the 400,000 mark in California, which is now approaching New York as the state with the most infections in the country.
COVID-19 Reopening Staycations: EU Bars US Travelers, New York Restricts California Visitors Tuesday was a bad day for anyone planning on traveling outside of the state or the country for the July Fourth holiday week.
Just Licensed Livermore Nurse Deployed To New York To Join 'War Against Coronavirus'She just got her nursing license twelve days ago, and already Tia Buxton is heading to New York.
Coronavirus Update: California Sending 500 Ventilators To National Stockpile To Help New YorkCalifornia is sending 500 state-owned ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile to help New York and other states that are in immediate need for them because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the governor's office.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Emergency Officials Say Bay Area Just Days Behind New YorkA source who works at the San Francisco Emergency Management Dept. tells KPIX 5 officials they believe the Bay Area is 5 to 10 days behind New York, and that this week will be crucial toward determining whether it will be different here.
New York Joins California, Other States Suing E-Cigarette Maker JuulAttorney General Letitia James announced the lawsuit on Tuesday against San Francisco based JUUL Labs.
'I Just Want To Be Just Like Them': World Cup Champs Honored With New York City Ticker Tape Parade, RallyAdoring fans packed New York City's Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday amid a blizzard of confetti to praise the World Cup-winning U.S. women's national soccer team as athletic leaders on the field — and as advocates for pay equity off it.
New York Marks 50th Anniversary Of Stonewall UprisingNew York City is marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, days of unrest in Manhattan's Greenwich Village that began with a police raid on a gay bar and developed into a sustained LGTBQ liberation movement.
The Stonewall's Path From Illicit Dive To National MonumentFifty years ago, the Stonewall Inn was an underground gay bar where a police raid sparked a rebellion that fueled the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
Fifty Years After Stonewall, New York Police Apologize For The Raid Fifty years after the historic Stonewall riots, the New York Police Department apologized to the LGBT community for its role in the violence.
'Smoky Odor' Forces Return Of Delta Flight From SFO To JFKA plane headed from San Francisco International Airport to New York had to return shortly after takeoff Friday after a "smoky odor" was detected in the cockpit, according to the airline.
Apple To Expand Operations Outside Bay Area, Deepen Austin TiesCupertino-based Apple will build a $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, break ground on smaller locations in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California, and over the next three years expand in Pittsburgh, New York and Colorado.
Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc To Face Judge Tuesday In ManhattanThe man accused of mailing pipe bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump will face a federal judge Tuesday in New York City.
Jefferson Airplane Co-Founder Balin: Botched Surgery Ruined CareerCo-founding member of Jefferson Airplane Marty Balin is accusing a New York City hospital of destroying his musical career with a botched tracheotomy.