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The Internal Revenue Service says former child star Melissa Gilbert failed to pay more than $360,000 in taxes.
The Golden State Warriors got faster and played a little harder to even the series 2-2.
The four-time Grammy nominee was recognized for his two decades in music.
The former "SNL" cast members are going from funny to "deadly" in this new, made-for-TV drama.
The charismatic bleach-blond Texan billed himself as "The American Dream" and won millions of fans during a long career in professional wrestling.
The new rules ban Internet providers from blocking and slowing down access to websites and applications or striking deals with content companies for priority delivery of traffic.
The House blocked legislation to "fast-track" trade deals through Congress as lawmakers defeated a related measure on aid to workers hurt by trade.
After stunning wins over two European superpowers, coach Juergen Klinsmann's "get-tough" policy of taking on the world's best appears to be vindicated.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Friday, June 12.
Governor Andrew Cuomo saying law "will come down hard" on those helped David Sweat, Richard Matt escape
A look back on the Hollywood headlines of days gone by.
Ithaca College class plans to perform live at a wedding this fall.
According to Tompkins County law enforcement, a paving company has been massively overcharging residents for jobs and working without permits.
A study co-authored by a Cornell University professor finds 44 percent of African American women have a family member in prison.
Starting next month you'll be able to buy new music at the same time as the rest of the world.
Board members and employees officially launched a campaign to bring many new exhibits and other upgrades to the Sciencenter in the next several years.
The disgraced cycling star will still ride parts of this year's Tour de France for charity despite not feeling very popular in the world of sport.
The drummer, who faces up to seven years in prison, won't perform with the band in his adopted home of New Zealand.