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A church pastor with outstanding warrants — and a position on Mayor de Blasio’s inaugural committee — dodged a night in the slammer after Hizzoner made a call to one of the city’s top cops.
Inside a federal court room in Texas, a cold-blooded killer for an infamous Mexican drug cartel is testifying about the brutal carnage that pervades the day-to-day lives of crime syndicate members.
If Michael Sam takes the field in the NFL next season, it'll surely be must-see TV. But the story of the league's first openly gay player won't carry the sort of shock value in 2014 that it would have in 2004.
Anything Miley Cyrus can do, Billy Ray Cyrus can apparently do worse.
Beep, beep! Is that the Road Runner sitting next to you on the train? As bored commuters stare unaware during their daily commute, this British animator is busy bringing them back to life.
"Nightline" co-host Dan Harris is breaking news of the very personal kind -- revealing that cocaine and ecstasy use drove him to a highly embarrassing on-air panic attack in 2004.
Sometimes, you don't have to be revolutionary to deliver a good, solid Android tablet. You just have to avoid design mistakes.
The cocaine would sleep with the fishes. The feds have broken up the marriage of a dreaded Italian crime syndicate and the U.S. Gambino crime family that schemed to smuggle cocaine stashed inside frozen fish across the Atlantic Ocean.
Not content with merely following the action on the ice, figure skating fans have taken their dedication to a new level — opening Twitter accounts to track the fortunes of their heroes' flowing locks.
A Lebanese Olympic skier representing is facing an avalanche of criticism in her home country after topless photos of a racy photo shoot surfaced online. Jacky Chamoun apologized Tuesday for the images, saying she hoped to remain focused on training for her upcoming competitions in slalom and giant slalom in Sochi next week.
An eye infection will keep Bob Costas off NBC's prime-time Olympic broadcast for a second straight night. Costas said on a "Today" show phone call Wednesday that his eyes are so sensitive that they are tearing up even in dim light. Matt Lauer will again replace him.
Even Eva Mendes gets teary-eyed while watching Ryan Gosling as Noah Calhoun in "The Notebook," just one minor detail: she dates the handsome 33-year-old actor in real life.
An almighty avalanche that narrowly missed wiping out an entire village has been caught on camera. Farmer Thomas Ennemoser was walking in the South Tyrol region of the Italian Alps last week when he spotted the cascade of heavy snow crashing down the mountainside.
There's no love lost between ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Palin weighed in on Christie's Bridgegate scandal, saying she doesn't buy his defense that he was ignorant of his aide's nefarious ways.
A new study confirms a truism in the dating world: when it comes to love, size — or more specifically height — matters.
A polar bear has died at a German zoo after he ate a coat and bag thrown into his enclosure. Anton, who was 25-years-old, passed away at Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart on Sunday night after keepers failed to make him vomit up the snack.
The messy winter has knocked out underground phone lines across swaths of Washington Heights, producing an avalanche of woes for stay-at-home workers and shop owners — and, more recently, the company that provides their floundering telephone and Internet service.
Always delete your cell phone's web browsing history before going live on air. That's the lesson from this hilarious X-rated fail after an interviewee's favorite porn site was revealed to thousands of viewers.
And the nominees for biggest snubs surrounding the Academy Awards are...
A Spanish senior citizen died after getting his head stuck inside a paper recycling bin, horrific video shows. Gabriel Campomar Bennàssar, 68, is believed to have accidentally strangled himself on the island of Mallorca after reaching in to retrieve an item he'd mistakenly dropped inside.