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Police in Rhode Island are investigating an allegation that two Providence College basketball players sexually assaulted another student on campus in November.
Miriam Weeks — also known known as Belle Knox, the Duke University porn star — said she won’t be returning to the campus anytime soon because of fears for her safety including death threats.
Cody Simpson is heeding the warning from his girlfriend Gigi Hadid about just how much hip shaking he should incorporate in his "Dancing with the Stars" routines.
A New York start-up has launched a new service offering bespoke fine art works created from human or animal DNA, in the most upmarket development of the trend yet.
The Palestinians threatened Wednesday to resume their campaign for international recognition at the United Nations if Israel calls off a planned release of Palestinian prisoners.
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The meter stopped running Wednesday on a Kennedy Airport taxi scam. Sixteen crooked taxi dispatchers landed in handcuffs at the Queens airport after a sting operation caught them taking cash bribes from cabbies seeking extra fares, officials charged.
The Barack-et is set. President Obama unveiled his 2014 NCAA Tournament bracket on Wednesday, which includes a matchup of two No. 4 seeds playing for the National Championship.
Lindsay Lohan's alleged past lovers list is getting juicer. Last week, a piece of paper with 36 of the starlet's reported past celebrity trysts on it was released by In Touch Weekly, and now the mag has revealed more of her Hollywood conquests including the newly engaged Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Phillippe and Orlando Bloom.
Don't you just want to hug one? You can - for $2 million. A Tibetan mastiff puppy in China may have broken records for the world's most expensive dog sale, according to local media reports.
Low-income tenants evicted from their homes can expect a speedier response from the city Housing Authority under a proposed settlement in federal court. The New York City Housing Authority reached the settlement with low-income tenants who said the authority allowed them to become homeless, court papers said Tuesday.
The female suffragists didn’t die so women in their 20s would have to buy their own tequila shots, self-proclaimed “feminist” Anne Gus wrote in a Thought Catalog article.
Following a fruitful two-year relationship, Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has parted ways with coach Ivan Lendl — the man who turned him from a four-time Grand Slam runner-up into a two-time major champion.
An online video shows the moment when Stanford University physics professor Andrei Linde finds out his big bang theory has been validated by colleague Chao Lin-Kuo, assistant professor of physics.
Taco Bell is about to launch its first breakfast menu on March 27 with 13 items — including the much-buzzed-about Waffle Taco. That name says it all, by the way.
Is it getting serious? George Clooney wined and dined his rumored new gal pal Amal Alamuddin in New York City Tuesday fresh off their adventurous getaway to Tanzania and Seychelles last week.
Pixar is taking some of its most popular characters out of suspended animation. Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger told shareholders Tuesday that director Brad Bird is writing a sequel to 2004's "The Incredibles."
Toyota will pay $1.2 billion to hit the brakes on a federal charge that it misled customers about safety problems with its vehicles in 2009 and 2010, authorities said Wednesday.
You better belieb Justin Bieber had an explanation for his stumbling sobriety test video. The 20-year-old pop star claimed to be suffering from a hairline fracture in his right foot during the test, which made it difficult for him to balance, according to a Miami Beach Police document released Tuesday and obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.
They were on top of the world — until two security guards gave them the boot for trying to pray at the Empire State Building, a Muslim couple from Long Island claims. Fahad Tirmizi, 32, and his wife, Amina, 30, hit the owners of the landmark skyscraper with a discrimination lawsuit Tuesday over the July 2, 2013, observation deck incident.