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4 weeks ago in Lifestyle

Teens regularly exposed to secondhand smoke

Close to half of U.S. middle and high school students who never used tobacco themselves were exposed to secondhand smoke in 2013, often at home or in cars, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

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4 weeks ago in Sports

CBS plans insane Super Bowl technology

You've never watched a Super Bowl like this before.

Photo from Senator Gillibrand's office.

4 weeks ago in Local

Sen. Gillibrand says US-Israeli relations are strong

Eight senators went to Israel, Turkey and Vienna last week.

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4 weeks ago in Sports

PGA: Sony Open preview

The first full-field event of 2016 tees off in Honolulu where Jimmy Walker will look to win his third straight Sony Open title.

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4 weeks ago in National, World

Iran releases U.S. sailors after brief detention

Iran released ten U.S. sailors on Wednesday after holding them overnight, bringing a swift end to an incident that had rattled nerves days ahead of the expected implementation of a landmark nuclear accord between Tehran and world powers.

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4 weeks ago in National

Poll: Majority of Americans support next president pushing tighter gun laws

Half of all Americans support President Barack Obama's executive actions on gun control, a poll found, with a majority saying they would support the next president taking additional steps to tighten federal gun laws.

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4 weeks ago in Music

WATCH: David Bowie, in 9 songs that sampled him

We all know his hits - but how many more hits did he inspire?

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4 weeks ago in Entertainment

‘Fifty Shades’ and ‘Pixels’ among Razzies ‘worst film’ nominees

As awards season heats up in Hollywood, the annual Razzies Awards named the year's worst achievements in film.

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4 weeks ago in Entertainment, National

Powerball hits $1.5 billion, largest-ever lottery jackpot for one winner

The jackpot for tonight's drawing climbed to $1.5 billion, making it the largest-ever U.S. lottery prize as well as the world's biggest potential jackpot for a single winner.

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4 weeks ago in Sports

Monte Irvin, Hall of Famer who helped integrate baseball, dies at 96

Baseball Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, a Negro League star who became one of the first black players in Major League Baseball and a mentor to Willie Mays, died on Monday at his home in Houston at age 96, MLB officials said on Tuesday.

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4 weeks ago in Sports

St. Louis Rams green-lit for move to Los Angeles

The St. Louis Rams are headed to Los Angeles and the San Diego Chargers have an option to join them after NFL owners voted on Tuesday to end the league's 21-year absence in the United States' second-largest TV market.

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4 weeks ago in National

Obama knocks Trump, voices optimism in speech to set 2016 tone

President Barack Obama took aim on Tuesday at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and accused critics of playing into the hands of Islamic State in a speech meant to cement his legacy and set a positive tone for his final year in office.

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4 weeks ago in Weird

Wanted man sends ‘better’ mugshot to police

A man wanted on a drunken driving charge was so dissatisfied with the mugshots that police put on their Facebook page, he posted a selfie of himself in a car wearing shades.

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4 weeks ago in Sports

Wednesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines making news today.

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4 weeks ago in National

10 FOR TODAY: Wednesday, Jan. 13

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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4 weeks ago in Local

NY collects 17 million fish eggs, some from Cayuga Lake

The eggs will be incubated until they hatch and cared for by state environmental workers until they reach target stocking sizes

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4 weeks ago in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Jan. 13

A walk down memory lane.

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4 weeks ago in Local

IFD: Spencer St. fire accidental, caused by candle

The American Red Cross has requested to help the three displaced people, who are all Ithaca College students.

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4 weeks ago in Local

Traffic stop leads to meth bust in Cortland County

Richard Stevens, 18, and Natalie Castor, 24, were charged after police say they found meth-making materials inside their car last Wednesday in Cortlandville

hiring

4 weeks ago in National

High U.S. job openings point to pick-up in wage growth

Job openings are high relative to the unemployment rate, which is currently at a 7-1/2 year low of 5 percent.

Recent Headlines

3 hours ago in Viral Videos

Who’s your daddy?

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When you're a baby and your dad is a twin, life can be confusing.

6 hours ago in Viral Videos

WATCH: Oh mother …

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Is it the worst "Family Feud" answer ever? Judge for yourself.

10 hours ago in Weird

Do you want fries with that? Man charged with throwing alligator into fast food restaurant

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Workers at a Florida Wendy's got the surprise of a lifetime when a customer tossed a 3-foot-long live alligator through the drive-thru window.

10 hours ago in Weird

Serial stomper targeting the feet of Austin, Texas

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Strange but true: Several women have reported incidents of a man stomping on their feet before riding off on a bicycle.

11 hours ago in Trending, Viral Videos

TODAY’S MUST SEE: Will Ferrell wants to be the new animal expert on ‘The Late Show’

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Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show" doesn’t have an animal expert yet, so why shouldn’t it be Will Ferrell?