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Showtime has re-upped "Nurse Jackie." Two weeks before season six premieres on April 13 (9 p.m.), the network announced Monday it has commissioned a season seven, to run in 2015.
Kentucky is unlikely to have 7-footer Willie Cauley-Stein for its national semifinal game against Wisconsin on Saturday at the Final Four in Arlington, Tex. "I doubt he plays," Wildcats coach John Calipari said on a conference call Monday afternoon.
A 17-year-old boy is in critical condition at a San Antonio, Tex., hospital after he was struck by an 18-wheeler and dragged along a road as he walked to school early Monday.
The explosions Monday evening took place in a neighborhood known for its large Somali population as well as for having several grenade attacks over the last year. Officials did not immediately say what caused the blasts.
A plane was struck three times during a lightning storm Friday at the Birmingham Airport in England, but the flight landed as planned and not one was injured, according to the Birmingham Mail.
An Upper East Side coffee bar is offering customers a chance to “Meet Matthew McConaughey” — but there’s a catch: that’s the name of the shop’s goldfish. April fool!
More bad news for Ronan Farrow. In a segment announcing the death of Kay Bailey Hutchison’s husband, the MSNBC host mistakenly flashed a photo of the ex-Texas senator with Ray LaHood, instead of her late spouse.
The Victoria's Secret stunner, 30, stripped down for a nude shoot and had no problem dishing on her sex life in a racy new interview for GQ UK's May issue, including details about her adjustment to life after divorcing Orlando Bloom.
Ian was one of dozens of young immigration defendants who saw Judge Rohan during a juvenile docket day - a separate court calendar set aside only for kids - at New York Immigration Court this month.
Asiana Airlines says a Boeing 777 that crashed at San Francisco International Airport had inadequate warning systems to alert the crew to problems with air speed.
Training for U.S. Navy SEALs, the special operations force, follows a warrior tradition that harkens back to Samurais, but fitness experts say the tough regime is gaining popularity with entrepreneurs, corporate executives, lawyers and elite athletes.
The drama between LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville continues. This time it centers around Eddie Cibrian's 10-year-old son, Mason, with Glanville. He was rushed to the hospital in New York City on Saturday, and Rimes was up in arms about her husband not being notified about his son's well-being.
France’s government resigned Monday and President Francois Hollande was expected to name a new prime minister, just 24 hours after his Socialists suffered heavy losses in nationwide municipal elections.
Chris Evans is passing the Torch. News of Michael B. Jordan's casting as the Human Torch in the upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot met with a lukewarm response on fan message boards, but the actor is getting a big endorsement from his predecessor.
The "Captain America" star, 32, clarified that previous statements about wanting to take an acting hiatus didn't necessarily mean he was headed for retirement.
It looks like Monday will be anything but a “Good Morning America” at the top-rated ABC morning show. Josh Elliott, long considered a key part of the team of talent that derailed the “Today” show’s epic 16-year run as the most watched morning program in 2012, is joining NBC Sports, sources told the Daily News.
A federal judge has ordered the shutdown of a Brooklyn fish processing plant that has been plagued for years by life-threatening Listeria bacteria.
International strongman champion Zydrunas Savickas broke the world record for the deadlift, raising a bar with 1,155 pounds.
Beverly Brignoni was a young New Yorker seeking a less expensive way to enhance her appearance and she did what many other people are now doing: travel to the Dominican Republic for cosmetic surgery.
THIS traffic solution needs a little reflection. A high-rise developer wants to install a huge mirror on a Williamsburg street corner to keep car accidents at bay on the edge of the company’s Wythe Ave. construction site. The unorthodox solution occasionally appears in rural parts of the country, but it would be rare in the five boroughs.