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Her latest Olympic debacle had just ended and now Lindsey Jacobellis was squinting into the sun on a day warm enough for sunbathing, trying to explain why she and the Games do not get along.
There were no surprises Sunday night in ice dancing, which is a good thing for the American favorites Meryl Davis and Charlie White.
Did Texas just host its very first legal gay weddings? Two female couples are claiming to have bucked the state's ban on same-sex marriage by officially getting hitched.
A spot in the NCAA Tournament isn’t close enough for St. John’s to taste it. But the Red Storm can definitely smell it. The Johnnies have been coming on for about a month and Sunday night bent Georgetown to their will in a soup-to-nuts Big East smack down, 82-60, before a fired-up crowd of 10,340 at the Garden.
Team USA coach Dan Bylsma could relax after overseeing Russia's defeat, but the American players managed to steamroll the Sloverians and secure their place in the tournament quarterfinals.
A former Chicago cop who was sentenced to death row but later released was allegedly just hours away from kidnapping and killing a local businessman when the brute gave a final tour of his recently built torture chamber.
It is finally sinking in. Matt Harvey walked into the Mets' spring training clubhouse Sunday morning and his new reality hit him right in the face.
An angry Arkansas homeowner shot and killed a teen girl after she and her pals dumped leaves and smashed eggs on his car as a prank, police said. Willie Noble allegedly gunned down Adrian Broadway, 15, outside his Little Rock home just before 1 a.m. Saturday.
"Glee" star Jane Lynch praised Ellen Page for coming out as a lesbian, saying she could relate to the "Juno" actress's experience in "lying by omission."
A freshman at West Chester University in Pennsylvania believed he won $10,000 when he connected on a dramatic half-court basket during halftime at Saturday night's game against Shippensburg.
A California dad watched in horror as his wife and four young children were killed in a devastating SUV smash. The father was helpless as his family's 2003 Ford Expedition was hit by a 2004 Nissan Quest minivan at an intersection in Fresno County 7 p.m. Saturday.
A devout Christianity student learning about moral decision-making shot his fiancée dead then tried to make it look like a suicide, police said. Charles Pittman, 21, allegedly gunned down long-term lover Olivia Greenlee as they sat inside her Toyota Corolla in Union University, Jackson, Tenn., parking lot last Tuesday night.
As he quietly bides his time preparing a possible 2017 political comeback, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has a winning asset very much in the spotlight - his wife.
Rescuers in Nepal on Monday found the wreckage of a passenger plane that slammed into a snow-covered mountain and burst into flames, killing all 18 people on board, including a small child, authorities said. Moving slowly on foot through thick snow, rescuers traveled for 8 miles to the crash site.
Audiences at Kanye West concerts are often treated to the rapper's ranting thoughts about society, music or current events in general - and West's Newark, New Jersey show was no different.
Two teenage boys apparently working on a school science project involving model rockets were seriously injured after an explosion at a Seattle home, police said late Sunday.
Cops are searching for a mentally ill teen last seen leaving a Queens hospital Sunday morning, cops said. Arron Gouede, 17, left North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital in New Hyde Park about 9:20 a.m., according to authorities.
Henrik Lundqvist, on loan to Sweden from the Rangers, got shaken up in practice today after a collision with teammate Erik Karlsson at Bolshoy Ice Dome, but returned to the net before the session was over. It wasn't clear what the nature of the injury was, though Karlsson apparently dove and landed on Lundqvist.
Immigrants, including undocumented immigrants, must comply with the same tax laws as U.S. citizens. They must report income and, where required, pay taxes. That's true even if they are working “off-the-books,” and their employer pays in cash.
Stevens: If there’s one thing that’s important to good schools, it’s good teachers. That’s the premise of a groundbreaking lawsuit now being heard in Los Angeles Supreme Court that challenges entrenched California state laws protecting the jobs of public school teachers who are “grossly ineffective.”