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By moving to drop his civil lawsuits in federal court, Alex Rodriguez has waved the white flag and accepted his 162-game suspension. Although independent arbitrator Fredric Horowitz reduced the original 211-game ban handed down by Major League Baseball, it is still the longest suspension ever in baseball for performance-enhancing drug use.
The producers of History Channel's miniseries "The Bible" decided not to include Satan in their upcoming biblical film "Son of God," after the evil character sparked controversy over the actor's resemblance to President Obama.
If you’ve ever dreamed of an over-the-top proposal à la Kim and Kanye, here’s your chance.
While Robert B. Lewis Stakes winner Candy Boy remains on top of my weekly Kentucky Derby rankings, Strong Mandate could make a big move for the lead with a strong effort in Monday afternoon's $300,000 Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park.
Fidelity's Lauren Brouhard tells couples what they need to do finance-wise before they tie the knot.
As the saying goes, "Valar morghulis," translated from High Valyrian as "all men must die." But hopefully most will live long enough to at least get to see the new trailer for "Game of Thrones" season 4.
Skiing star Bode Miller can bring his baby boy along to the Winter Olympics in February, assuming daddy himself qualifies for the games in Sochi, Russia. Miller and the baby's mother, former U.S. Marine Sara McKenna, met in a New York courthouse on Monday and struck a short-term parenting agreement for the nine-month-old child at the center of their bitter custody dispute.
A man who has spent more than three decades in prison for murder is asking for a new trial, claiming he has corroboration for his claim that gangster James "Whitey" Bulger framed him.
NEW YORK — Since they became eligible for parole a decade ago, two aging ex-members of a militant black power group serving 25-years-to-life sentences for the 1971 killings of two New York City police officers have been routinely rejected for release after displaying little or no remorse.
Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested after an alleged physical altercation involving his fiancée in Atlantic City this weekend, the Baltimore Sun reported Sunday. Rice's attorney Andrew Alperstein confirmed to the Sun that the running back was charged and released after an incident with his fiancée.
My editors continue to 'cc' me whenever they compliment Coffey and Vinton on their 'excellent work.' Stop it. I'm just not interested. But I do believe Coffey and Vinton would be interested if my editors ever decide to compliment my excellent work. Lupica should be 'cc'd' too.
Meghan Eagan, 25, a teacher at Crosby High School in Waterbury, Conn. was arrested on four counts of sexual assault for carrying on trysts with a male student at her home, according to reports.
The sportscaster, 61, will return to host the network’s broadcast of the Sochi games on Monday night for the prime-time telecast, NBC announced.
English racecar enthusiast Jamie P. recently took his daughter out on a spin and she got a taste of her old man's hobby.
A Mississippi mom who thought she was delivering triplets got an unexpected bonus in the delivery room when a fourth baby emerged.
Like most Americans of a certain age, President Barack Obama is starting to complain about the aches and pains of getting older. Obama told retired National Basketball Association star Charles Barkley in an interview that aired on Sunday that he was limiting his basketball playing to about once a month because "things happen."
The rapidly growing North Dakota oil patch city of Williston has the highest average rent in the United States, a national study from an apartment renting guide shows.
A deranged Chinese man was nearly mauled by a Bengal white tiger when he leapt into its enclosure at a zoo and began leaping and shouting.
The jazz musician accused of selling heroin to Philip Seymour Hoffman has been linked to at least two other celebrity addicts who overdosed.
When the El Salvador native washed up on the Marshall Islands last month, he was physically exhausted from a year at sea but energetically speaking a mile-a-minute in his native Spanish. The problem was that the natives of Ebon Atoll — where his 24-foot fiberglass boat washed ashore — could not understand a word that Alvarenga was saying and feared for their safety, according to reports