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U.S. consumer spending accelerated in August, a positive sign for an economy that appears to be firing on nearly all cylinders.
It may not be the trendiest workout, but experts says walking is a fitness super star.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Toyota is recalling Tacoma 4X4 and Tacoma pre-runner pickup trucks to fix issues with the vehicles' rear suspension system.
The Minnesota Twins have fired manager Ron Gardenhire.
Accident happened Friday night on Decamp Road, involving three people, ages 19, 19, 21
The Federal Aviation Administration says it could take two weeks to fully reopen a Chicago-area control center after an act of sabotage brought the city’s two airports to a halt last week.
Cornell Police are investigating a pair of burglaries that occurred sometime over the weekend.
A suspected arsonist operating in Washington state is believed to have ignited nearly two dozen fires in three weeks.
The City of Ithaca and Tompkins County have announced a renewable energy partnership that will bring a 2.8 million-watt solar array to county owned land at the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport.
New York has requested federal permission to import out-of-state marijuana so children and young adults with epilepsy can get medication soon instead of waiting for the state to develop its own program.
The U2 frontman denies the band's recent album giveaway is undercutting other artists.
Mural was finished last week by artist hired by business, tourism groups
The actor says he was moved by the city and its economic struggles.
Afghanistan will sign a crucial security agreement allowing the U.S. to leave a small contingent of troops in the country beyond this year.
The retailer plans to hire thousands more workers than last year.
The man once dubbed the world's "most eligible bachelor" bid goodbye to single life and married lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
It's a fishy story but the school says the pricy fish will help research in the Great Lakes.
The annual Brazilian festival is branching out in 2015 with a U.S. version that will boast a wide variety of acts.
Some in the GOP fear that conservative activists would have unrealistic expectations if Republicans run both the House and Senate.