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The virus that has killed nearly 4,000 people is expected to be among the favorite costume themes at Trick-or-Treat.
An alleged would-be burglar is arrested on the roof of a closed gas station, in an interesting disguise.
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The actor ponders the mysteries of the universe while sitting on a mountaintop with "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.
U.S. regulators are reviewing controversial new regulations that would govern how Internet service providers manage traffic on their networks.
Nevada issued marriage licenses after a district judge removed the final hurdle to same-sex matrimony in the state.
A truck driver carrying asphalt lost his brakes coming down Route 79 on the city’s west side Wednesday.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
The federal suit was filed in Albany this week by New York State United Teachers.
Jan Hooks, best known for portraying first ladies Hillary Clinton, Betty Ford, and Nancy Reagan on "Saturday Night Live" has died.
"This will go a long way to making sure she is mentally healthy," an SPCA official said.
An elderly woman from Preble had over 30 cats and 11 dogs confiscated from her home after an investigation by the Cortland County SPCA revealed the animals were living in squalor.
The online retail giant plans to open its first brick-and-mortar store in midtown Manhattan.
Rory McIlroy's accomplishments this season have helped him join Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Seve Ballesteros among the pantheon of golfing greats.
More than two dozen lawmakers want to ban travelers from the countries hit hardest by the Ebola virus.
"The Lyrics: Since 1962" will collate every word ever recorded by the "Like A Rolling Stone" hitmaker in chronological order.
Thursday's meeting lasted more than two hours at City Hall; meeting was set up after business owners took complaints to city lawmakers last week
There's opposition to a proposed gas pipeline project in upstate New York.
Other nominees include Lou Reed, N.W.A., Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment fell to nearly the lowest level since before the recession, a sign of growing steam in the U.S. labor market.