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The new agreement requires reports on sex abuse cases to be made even after the statute of limitations has expired.
Finger Lakes Fresh in Groton will use the grant to give local farmers help on expanding their business and connecting with consumers.
The Megadeath frontman has moved his family to Tennessee to help his daughter launch a career in country music.
The proposal would stop drones from flying over emergency areas, jails, and large gatherings without permission.
Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock plays a political spin doctor in the satirical comedy that takes a look at the tactics of campaigns.
The New York Mets know the pressure is on heading into in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium.
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"The Hunger Games" star is stepping back behind the camera after impressing studio bosses with her directorial debut on the first franchise sequel.
orld soccer body FIFA on Wednesday named the seven confirmed candidates vying for the FIFA presidency at a Feb. 26 election.
Report from state Comptroller's office finds that for every tax dollar sent by New Yorkers to Washington, only 91 cents in spending comes back
The leading career scorer in international soccer announced her retirement shortly after the U.S. national team celebrated its Women's World Cup victory at the White House.
Leaders of the Syracuse Diocese are reportedly entering into agreement with DA's in 7 central New York counties to address sex abuse allegations
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom filed a court petition dismissing a divorce filing, but the reality TV star says that doesn't mean they're reconciling after the former NBA star was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel.
The bridesmaids wore black and the flower girl showed up in a skeleton costume at a wedding held at a haunted theme park in New Hampshire.
It's a not-so rosy report card for the nation's schoolchildren.
Wind advisories, warnings posted throughout upstate New York into Thursday morning; winds could soar above 60 mph in some spots
Bacon lovers took to social media to express disdain over a World Health Organization report that said processed meat is likely to cause cancer.
The legislation is the first serious attempt in Congress to combat computer hacks that have hit a growing number of businesses and government agencies in recent years.
Seasoned politicians trailing Donald Trump and Ben Carson for the Republican presidential nomination are eager to shift the campaign focus to the economy and policy in Wednesday’s debate.