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Pterosaurs conquered the skies when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Now they're soaring back to Manhattan. The American Museum of Natural History will launch the largest exhibition about these "winged lizards" — the closest we've come to real-life dragons — on Saturday.
That was no stomach ache. It was a baby. A Connecticut woman claimed she did not know she was pregnant before giving birth to her second child over the weekend. Jennifer Scollin, of Seymour, told the Stamford Advocate she has a 4-year-old daughter, and knows what it feels like to carry a child.
The Boy Scouts of America kicked an openly gay troop leader from its ranks Monday, citing a policy that prevents adults from “deliberately injecting” their sexuality into the organization.
Avril Lavigne wants Miley Cyrus to know there's only room for one famous pop star in Canada. The Canadian-born singer jokingly argues with Cyrus regarding that title in a new Instagram video.
Derek Jeter figures to get plenty of advice from former teammates such as Mariano Rivera and Jorge Posada on how to handle retirement, but they won’t be the only ones. On the new MTV2 show “Off the Bat from the MLB Fan Cave,” which premieres Tuesday night at 11 p.m.
Former reality star Farrah Abraham is adding "erotic novelist" to her resume. The "Teen Mom" star, 22, announced the details of her forthcoming romantic trilogy on Tuesday.
From teen movies to the halls of real high schools, the popular kids tend not to elicit much sympathy. And that's a problem, say researchers behind a new study that finds teens in the highest social circles are about as likely to be bullied as their less-popular peers.
Chick-fil-A widened its lead over rival KFC as the No. 1 chicken chain in the U.S. last year.
Nearly five years after Michael Jackson's death he's still releasing new music. The King of Pop's latest musical installment, "Xscape," is due out in May with preorders available on iTunes starting Tuesday, Epic Records announced Monday.
President Obama welcomed the World Series champion Red Sox to the White House Tuesday, praising their triumph on the field while hailing them as a symbol of their city’s “grit and resilience” in the wake of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing.
A 23-year-old Harlem man was convicted of second-degree murder Tuesday in the 2011 shooting of Tayshana (Chicken) Murphy, a standout basketball player at Murry Bergtraum High School.
Some regulars of the coffee chain complained after many stores got rid of the sliced cake loaves in favor of upscale La Boulange pastries, but a spokeswoman for Starbucks said the treats will be reintroduced ‘in coming weeks.’
In the U.S., which receives more than 95% of its limes from Mexico, there are sky-high prices and a shortage of the little green citrus fruit. It's bad news for margarita drinkers, Mexican restaurants and bars that serve limes as garnishes.
A Brooklyn food server claims in a lawsuit that he was taunted with anti-gay slurs by Houston Rockets basketball players while setting up a buffet in their locker room at Barclays Center last year.
The White House says President Barack Obama has not made a decision on whether to release convicted spy Jonathan Pollard. People familiar with Mideast peace talks say the United States is talking to Israel about releasing Pollard early from his life sentence as an incentive to the Israelis to keep the troubled negotiations with the Palestinians afloat.
Marquette has hired Duke assistant Steve Wojciechowski as its next men’s basketball coach, said a person familiar with the situation.
BERLIN — Police say a Lufthansa plane was diverted after a passenger being deported from Germany threatened the cabin crew with a broken razor blade.
When you name your movie “Dom Hemingway” and then require the titular antihero to repeatedly declare, “I am Dom Hemingway!” the filmmakers must be very confident that there is something special about their character. Too bad there isn’t.
Jude Law — and his hairline — are a long way from “The Talented Mr. Ripley.”
You'll need the cash of a rock star to pluck this acoustic guitar from its hard-shelled case. Bidding on the 1930 Martin OM-45 Deluxe will start at $875,000 but it's expected to reach between $1.75 million and $2 million Thursday.