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A tree trimmer is very, very lucky to be alive. After a chainsaw he was wielding slipped and embedded itself in his neck, 21-year-old James Valentine survived because the blade lodged in muscle tissue.
The number of Jews who were assaulted in New York City last year more than tripled and seven were victims of vicious “knockout game” attacks.
A Georgia soldier was so fed up with his daughter’s sloppy habits that he moved her entire room out of the house.
The world's top-earning fashion model was photographed by Lachlan Bailey for the 1970s themed advertising shoot.
The fate of a planned kid-friendly music center and bar and restaurant for Gowanus relies on the activity of a former plumbing supply company that once operated on the site.
After a harrowing four-story fall, doctors were able to put Jon Fenton back together again. The 27-year-old from Nottingham, England, shattered every last bone in his face when he tumbled from a balcony while on vacation in Barcelona, Spain
The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Atlanta has apologized for building a $2.2 million mansion to use as his home, a move that made him the object of derision and complaint, and said he may sell it.
A former administrator at a Manhattan high school will be sentenced to 90 days in jail after he admitted in court Tuesday to having sex with an underage student inside the school building.
Ellen DeGeneres' Oscars selfie just got a run for its money. Chinese actor Wen Zhang broke social media records on Monday with a post apologizing to his wife Ma Yili for an affair with a co-star.
It's on … again! "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" soundtrack has a group of musical superheroes leading the way. Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar collaborate for the Pharrell Williams- and Hans Zimmer-produced song, "It's On Again," available Tuesday on iTunes.
The doctor treating Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly for cancer says Kelly will start chemotherapy and radiation next week. The treatment plan was outlined Tuesday by Dr. Peter Costantino of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, where the longtime Buffalo Bills star is being treated for a sinus cancer.
A driver already charged with murder is facing 20 new charges of aggravated assault after he plowed into a crowd during the South by Southwest music festival in Austin. Jail documents posted online Tuesday list the additional charges against 21-year-old Rashad Owens.
One man died and two others were seriously injured in Long Island on Tuesday when a speeding pickup truck and a charter bus crashed head-on, officials said.
An internationally famous two-legged dog in Vancouver, Wash., has shown impressive growth in his ability to move without his hind legs.
Ah, spring time in Japan. Stop, smell the cherry blossoms and put on your respirator. An estimated one in four people suffer from “kafun-sho,” which means “pollen illness” in Japanese.
The color now associated with femininity and all things girly was once just the opposite — the color was used throughout the centuries as a bourgeois color for men meant to brighten their moods.
Kim Kardashian has waded into Syria’s conflict, calling on fans through Twitter to save the ancient Armenian Christian village of Kassab, whose residents fled as rebels seized control of the hamlet in late March.
Pterosaurs conquered the skies when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Now they're soaring back to Manhattan. The American Museum of Natural History will launch the largest exhibition about these "winged lizards" — the closest we've come to real-life dragons — on Saturday.
That was no stomach ache. It was a baby. A Connecticut woman claimed she did not know she was pregnant before giving birth to her second child over the weekend. Jennifer Scollin, of Seymour, told the Stamford Advocate she has a 4-year-old daughter, and knows what it feels like to carry a child.
The Boy Scouts of America kicked an openly gay troop leader from its ranks Monday, citing a policy that prevents adults from “deliberately injecting” their sexuality into the organization.