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Eddie Lacy restored Green Bay's running game and ran the Packers to a 42-10 rout over the Minnesota Vikings.
The married stars of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" got a dose of unscripted reality.
Health officials have widened their search for others who had direct or indirect contact with the first person diagnosed with the virus in the U.S.
An American working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive, making him the fifth U.S. citizen to have contracted the virus.
Is that a roast beef in your pants? Or are you just happy to leave the store without paying?
Restaurant servers, busboys and other tipped workers are expected to weigh in as a New York state board considers whether to mandate that they be paid the minimum wage.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
The deal will likely have the university paying more to TCAT.
Chris Moss made a stop at Boltworks Tactical Firearms in Dryden Thursday.
An official said the attack was unprovoked.
The horrid looking doll from last year's "The Conjuring" is back with a film all her own.
A rough economy, combined with a lengthy approval process, stalled the project for years.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Ithaca Police.
A former U.S. District judge was appointed by the NFL to hear the appeal filed by the former running back.
A lawyer representing celebrities whose private pics were posted online by hackers has threatened to sue Google.
The comedian and actor will star in and produce four films that will be shown exclusively on the video-streaming service.
New York is implementing new rules to address sexual violence at its state universities.
Lawyers for the ex-New England Patriot have continued their effort to have cellphone evidence thrown out.
Up to 100 people may have had contact with the first person to be diagnosed with the deadly virus in the U.S.
A yearbook photo featuring a boy, his cat and the high school principal, her dog — and lasers.