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Ryan Braun reported to spring training on Thursday with a message, repeated over and over: He does not plan on answering any more questions about performance-enhancing drugs. In a session with reporters that lasted about 10 minutes, the Milwaukee outfielder deflected every inquiry about the suspension that ended his 2013 season, and his history with PEDs.
A Russ & Daughters restaurant is closer to becoming reality. The restaurant is coming to the Lower East Side near the iconic smoked fish shop, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
It seems Elizabeth Olsen can tell her famous twin sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, apart by which one remembers her birthday.
High school students who discussed condoms or another form of birth control via text or other technology were almost four times as likely to use condoms when they had sex, a new study shows.
Broadcasters are anxiously awaiting a judicial ruling on whether they can carry live coverage of double-amputee's high-profile murder trial. The sensational trial of 'Blade Runner' athlete Oscar Pistorius could be South Africa's version of O.J. Simpson's TV trial.
Every would-be director of a celebrity biography should be required to watch Chiemi Karasawa’s delightful "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me."
About 15 minutes before he won an Olympic gold medal Thursday, giant slalom ace Ted Ligety was chatting with an old friend from Utah. They were talking about hockey.
A Muslim cleric in Balochistan allegedly sanctioned the murders of Daraz Khan, 25, and Hayat Bibi, 27, who were both married to other people.
Seven members of a New Jersey high school wrestling team have had their seasons cut short after a questionable photo surfaced showing them posing with a dummy hanging from a noose.
A gutsy Ukrainian skier chose her people over Olympic glory Thursday and pulled out of the Sochi games in protest. Bodgana Matsotska said she could not compete while her countrymen were being killed and is heading to Kiev to join the rebels fighting to overthrow President Victor Yanukovych.
The viral social media game Neknominate encourages participants to down large quantities of alcohol in outlandish ways, then challenge a friend to upstage the stunt.
The Maryland art student who claims he was punched by Chris Brown and a bodyguard outside a Washington hotel is suing for $3 million.
An app that helps you measure your pleasure has uncovered where Americans are having marathon sex, and where doing the deed is more like a sprint.
He needed his Twix fix, and it cost him his job. An Iowa warehouse worker frustrated by a malfunctioning vending machine used a forklift to jar his candy bar loose — but his bosses fired him for the drastic measure to satisfy his craving.
Jury selection began Thursday in the drugged-driving trial of Kerry Kennedy without the daughter of slain Sen. Robert F. Kennedy inside the White Plains courtroom.
Jay Paterno, the son of late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, told party officials Thursday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor.
Knish lovers were kvelling Thursday over news that a five-month shortage of the deep-fried treats has finally ended. Gabila's Knishes, the Long Island factory that is the lone producer of square-shaped knishes, finally got the go ahead to resume making it signature snack — five months after a fire ripped through its facility in September.
New York City Beer Week promises a very hoppy time in every borough. More than 100 beer events, featuring styles and flavors from 16 Big Apple-based breweries, are planned through next Friday.
Justin Bieber has rented a mansion in Atlanta that strongly resembles a spaceship and plans to reside there for the next three months, TMZ reported.
You're in trouble if you think you can wash your hands of this crime. A charter school teacher in South Florida was arrested Wednesday after she forced a 10-year-old boy to unclog a urinal with his bare hands, authorities said.