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John Balyo, 35, formerly of radio station WCSG, was reportedly arrested at last Friday's Big Ticket Christian music festival in Gaylord, Mich. after authorities say he paid to have sex with the boy on May 17.
Justin Bieber was reportedly involved in a car accident in Beverly Hills. The pop star’s Escalade was being chased by a paparazzo Tuesday afternoon when the singer’s vehicle was hit by a BMW, according to TMZ.
A brave Wisconsin girl who survived being stabbed by her best friends 19 times has two words for her thousands of supporters from around the world: “Thank you.”
If these figures could talk, they’d have quite a story to tell. Aries the Ram and Taurus the Bull are thought to be the last remaining pieces of the Armillary Sphere, a bronze statue crafted for the 1964-65 World’s Fair 50 years ago.
This is a real crap shoot.
It's not looking like the draft to end all drafts, after all. After months of hype when teams were losing like crazy to go for the No. 1 pick, Thursday night's NBA draft will likely start with the Cleveland Cavaliers trading out of the top spot.
The Rikers Island inmate who blindsided a 24-year-old medical intern during an unprovoked attack in April made his first appearance in front of a Bronx judge Tuesday.
A casual evening walk turned almost deadly for a Florida father and son who were hospitalized after they stumbled upon a massive swarm of hornets.
The last known defendant in the Bernie Madoff prosecutions choked up and denied knowing about the Ponzi schemer’s multi-billion-dollar swindle while he copped a plea Tuesday in Manhattan Federal Court.
Georgios Samaras scored an injury-time penalty to put Greece into the second round of the World Cup with a 2-1 win over Ivory Coast.
The husband of former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant Katie Cleary has reportedly died from an apparent suicide, only weeks after photos were taken of the brunette beauty spending time with actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Adrian Grenier.
Brown: Carla and John Williams are like a lot of New York parents: devoted to their kids, worried about the quality of their education, desperate for someone to act.
This caterer ain’t chopped liver. Nonprofit Comfort Food Catering is staffed by hundreds of people seeking to transform their fortune: people who used to be homeless or jailed or addicted to drugs, for example, who serve up good, healthy meals — and lots of ’em — at dozens of sites across the city.
A silver alert for a missing 74-year-old woman ended in tragedy Monday when her body was allegedly found in the back of her minivan outside her nudist home in Florida.
Substitute James Rodriguez scored a brilliant goal and set up two more for Jackson Martinez as Colombia beat Japan 4-1 on Tuesday to confirm top spot in Group C and eliminate the Asian champions from the World Cup.
Authorities in Pakistan were looking for a gunman who opened fire at a plane Tuesday evening just as it was landing in the volatile northwest, killing one person and wounding two others, officials said, casting fresh doubts about security at the country’s airports.
Flag this. The “Brooklyn Flag Project” kicked off this month with a call for designs honoring the “architecture, landscape and people” that distinguish the borough’s 50 neighborhoods.
In spite all of the doom and gloom, it pays to go to college, a new report from the New York Fed says.
The U.S. government deprived 13 people on its no-fly list of their constitutional right to travel and gave them no adequate way to challenge their placement on the list, a federal judge said Tuesday in the nation’s first ruling finding the no-fly list redress procedures unconstitutional.
The Force is clearly stronger in Chicago than it is in California. Despite George Lucas' ties to the Bay Area, the Windy City blew away the competition from San Francisco and Los Angeles as the site for the future museum housing the "Star Wars" creator's art collection and movie memorabilia.