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A blind man miraculously survived a tumble to the tracks of a Los Angeles subway station after falling off the platform into the path of an oncoming train, officials said.
A baby who was not expected to live longer than 30 minutes after he was born is now a healthy three-month-old.
Director Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" is already facing a deluge of criticism from the Middle East. Censorship boards in Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates banned the film from theaters Thursday, Paramount insiders told the Hollywood Reporter.
Rachel Canning posted a self-righteous Facebook rant Friday slamming her parents’ generation — ironically enough — as greedy and entitled.
In the first half of Thursday night's game between visiting Hawaii and the University of California-Santa Barbara, a crazed fan rushed onto the court and got into the face of Hawaii coach Gib Arnold, who had just received a technical foul while his team was up, 30-16.
An upstate New York man who met Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law just a few months before the 9/11 attacks testified against the accused Al Qaeda propagandist Thursday. Sahim Alwan, 41, identified Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, 48, as one of the men he saw speaking at an Al Qeada training center in Afghanistan.
From tongues to spanking. Katy Perry responded to Miley Cyrus lashing out about her ex John Mayer's tongue. "Ooooo gurrrl I'm gonna give you the BIGGEST spanking when I see you in the UK bb!" the 29-year-old singer tweeted Thursday.
He just loves his animals. A British man caught trying to have sex with a cow and a sheep in front of a picnicking couple has been spared jail.
A pigeon has blamed for starting a serious fire in an apartment block. The feather brained bird is believed to have dropped a still-smouldering cigarette into its nest in the roof of a flat in London, England.
Authorities say two young women suffered minor injuries when a metal pole holding up protective netting behind one of the goals at the TD Garden fell and struck them after a Boston Bruins game.
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is set to unveil his crowning achievement: El Rey, a 24-hour TV network he founded that will broadcast "fearless, bada-- and original content that awakens the renegade in everyone," according to the director.
Is it a coincidence that Jennifer Lawrence keeps falling at the Oscars? Jared Leto seems to think so.
A California woman was stung more than 1,000 times and three firefighters were hurt after a swarm of killer bees attacked Thursday afternoon, authorities said.
That welcome cry will be heard all over the U.S. later this month, when Major League Baseball kicks off the 2014 season. Except this year's opening series will be taking place across the Pacific - in Australia.
Here's a measure of just how popular Romeo Santos is: Thousands of fans lined up in the bitter cold last week to celebrate with - and meet - their favorite singer.
Park Slope sex shop Babeland is set to host an inaugural literary series dubbed “Books in Babeland,” which kicks off Friday inside the kinky Bergen St. boutique.“I love the idea of a literary event in an unexpected place,” said local blogger Louise Crawford, 55, who is curating the sexy event.
A British school is letting its young students openly smoke cigarettes during recess in the hope it will stop them from cutting class. Children as young as 14 at Honeyhill pupil referral unit in Peterborough, Cambirdgeshire., are being allowed two 10-minute smoke breaks every day.
It is funny. It is comic book-styled. It is full of wild, bright colors. And it is still Ninja Gaiden. When I first saw Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z at last year's Electronics Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, I was baffled.
How do you let go of characters as rich and complex as Yaz and Elliot, the main protagonists of "The Happiest Song Plays Last?" That's a question Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegria Hudes will soon grapple with as the final installment of her Elliot trilogy comes to a close on March 23 at the Second Stage Theatre in Manhattan.
Stink it to the man! A Frenchman unleashed a dirty protest against "The System" by stuffing feces into ATMs, police said.