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An Ohio man with a history of domestic-abuse charges killed his wife and then himself in front of his 18-year-old daughter, police said.
Mark Sanchez’s five-year run with the Jets may have ended last week, but Rex Ryan believes his former quarter “absolutely” can be a starter again. A source told the Daily News on Monday that the Eagles have “the edge” to land Sanchez, who won four road playoff games for Ryan’s team.
A child's act of compassion got her kicked out school Monday. But she was allowed back Tuesday after widespread media coverage. Kamryn Renfro, a 9-year-old whose dear friend is battling a rare childhood cancer, wanted to show support by shaving her own head to match her pal's bald pate.
The ex-assemblyman, who was convicted earlier this month of 21 counts of corruption, had asked for $1 million bail ahead of his June sentencing.
Arnold Schwarzenegger really wanted to "get to the chopper" on Monday's episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." The 66-year-old actor starred in a hilarious QVC parody video of "Now We're Cookin' With Zach Striker," with Fallon playing the host.
A small U.S. study raises new questions about whether using electronic cigarettes will lead people to quit smoking, adding to the debate over how tightly the products should be regulated.
Mark Wahlberg has transformed from an actor into a cheerleader. The star of "Transformers: Age of Extinction" surprised the crowed at CinemaCon in Las Vegas Monday, throwing down the gauntlet for the competition facing director Michael Bay's robotic blockbuster at the box office.
The cupcake maker introduced a new machine that will allow patrons to grab a sweet treat 24 hours a day. On Tuesday, some cupcakes could have ‘golden tickets,’ which could be for gift cards and other prizes.
Malia Obama is stealing the spotlight from her stylish mom and proving she’s the true fashion plate of the First Family.
ORLANDO, Fla. — A friend of one of the Boston marathon bombing suspects threatened an FBI agent and a Massachusetts state trooper with a long pole and was fatally shot by the agent just moments after he had agreed to give a statement about his involvement in a triple slaying in Massachusetts, a Florida prosecutor said Tuesday.
Lady Gaga might be Mama Monster to the rest of us, but she's fine being submissive with boyfriend Taylor Kinney.
Police in Troutdale, Ore., arrested a man who they say tried to break into the department to retrieve a skateboard.
Central Ohio has a mumps problem on its hands. An outbreak of the viral illness that started on the Ohio State University campus in Columbus has spread to the surrounding community, according to public health officials.
It was supposed to revolutionize the multiplayer shooter as we know it. And it definitely doesn’t do that. Don’t get me wrong. Titanfall isn’t a bad game. The first must-have title on the young Xbox One is an exciting multiplayer shooter with a solid amount of content and interesting combat mechanics.
A suburban Minneapolis police chief was arrested for allegedly soliciting a prostitute last month — but stayed on the job until Saturday. Robbinsdale’s former top cop, Steven Smith, was one of 11 people who allegedly responded to a Backpage.com escorts advertisement, police in nearby Coon Rapids said in a release.
A Massachusetts family helped extricate a distressed deer that was lodged in their picket fence — and the entire rescue was captured on video. The Kelley family of Attleboro, Mass. found the white-tailed deer dangling on Sunday after investigating why their dog Dixie was barking in the backyard.
Can stress affect the ability to conceive? A new study points to yes. Women with high levels of a stress biomarker were 29 percent less likely to get pregnant each month and more than twice as likely to meet the clinical definition of infertility compared to women with low levels of this enzyme, researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found.
Obamacare enrollment in New York has reached 717,207 people with one week to go before the close of the signup period, state health officials said Monday. Of those enrolled, 70% had no insurance at the time they applied for coverage, officials added.New Yorkers who do not have coverage by March 31 may face a tax penalty.
Cops are hunting five hungry crooks who beat a Chinese restaurant deliveryman in Brooklyn and robbed him of his cash, iPhone and the food order, officials said Tuesday.
Hundreds of poorly paid service workers at Newark Airport rallied Monday to demand pay and benefits equal to what some of their counterparts at LaGuardia and Kennedy Airports receive.