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A record 20 percent of adult Americans, or 42 million people, have never married, marking a U.S. demographic and social shift.
The former world heavyweight came to the aid of a motorcyclist who crashed on an interstate in Las Vegas last week.
One for the Stupid Criminal Files: Police say a man mistook a police station for a school, breaking through a window to get in.
A new smartphone application still in development may someday help parents and health care providers screen for jaundice in newborns.
This Austin, Texas high school football star has words everyone should live by and his post-game speech is going viral.
Alice's Attic will be stocked with pieces from the "Welcome to My Nightmare" hitmaker's personal collection.
The "Anger Management" star was fired from the sitcom in 2011 following a public feud with the executive producer.
A look back at the headlines that went down in Hollywood history.
New York is requiring state agencies to consider the increasing episodes of extreme weather in public works projects, industrial and commercial permits and issuing regulations.
Love is in the air for Adirondack moose, and state officials are urging drivers to watch out as the animals wander in search of mates.
Campaign season is in full swing and no words were minced as Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino took shots at Governor Cuomo in Cortland Monday.
The Tompkins County Sheriff’s office is continuing its investigation into the shooting of a dog in Newfield last week.
Currently on sale in the U.S., Japan, and France, the iPhone 6 will go on sale in 20 more countries this week.
ISIS urged its followers to attack citizens from the U.S. and other countries that joined a coalition to destroy the ultra-radical group.
Rickie Fowler raised a few eyebrows when he showed off the letters 'USA' shaved into the side of his head during practice on Monday.
Nearly three-quarters of the public think religion is losing influence in American life, according to a poll released on Monday.
Hundreds of protesters marched through NYC's financial district calingl attention to capitalism's contribution to climate change.
Bosses at the E! network have confirmed they plan to revive the series in January.
Water main break was first found at about 8:30 Monday morning