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Nets coach Lionel Hollins doesn't mince words. Asked about the team's rebounding abilities after six preseason games, Hollins was blunt: "It was spotty," he said following practice on Friday with the start of the regular season next Wednesday in Boston.
Ted Bishop has been removed as president of the PGA of America over a sexist tweet directed at Ian Poulter.
Acting prudently to enhance public safety and calm fears, Gov. Cuomo and New Jersey Gov. Christie ordered quarantine for travelers from West Africa at particular risk of exposure to the Ebola virus.
Better late than never. Several high-profile figures long in the limelight jumped on the social media bandwagon this week.
Guillermo Del Toro's most recent cinematic effort is such a good idea, it's scary.
This is one seriously fashionable home. New York designer Donna Karan has listed part of her enormous beachfront compound on Turks and Caicos for a whopping $39 million.
A federal judge has granted a request from the four major U.S. professional sports leagues and the NCAA to at least temporarily stop New Jersey from allowing legalized sports betting.
A judge says Chris Brown has been doing well and following his probation rules since his last hearing in August.
A California man and a woman are on the run after at least three sheriff’s deputies were shot, the California Highway Patrol announced Friday afternoon.
Hallmark’s most popular movie series, which will become a weekly series early next year with Catherine Bell continuing as Cassie Nightingale, rolls out another Halloween edition, and it’s full of warm reassurances about human nature...
To toss or not to toss? That is the question for LeBron James, whose return to the Cleveland Cavaliers has fans wondering if he will do his pregame chalk toss ritual.
A witness to the Marysville high school shooting said the gunman looked her straight in the eye and smirked before he opened fire on terrified students in the cafeteria Friday.
City and state officials tried late Thursday to calm the nerves of the public, stressing that all protocols were followed in the handling of New York’s first confirmed Ebola case.
Agusto Bugarin stole the painting of Elizabeth Taylor, titled "Liz," in 1984 and was waiting for the right time to sell it auction, according to court papers filed by The Warhol Foundation.
Preposterous things are everywhere in this lethargic thriller.
Barnes & Noble is closing one of its three Queens stores by the end of the year, officials said. The book megastore, located near St.
It's Tiny Woods — the three-year-old boy who can drive a golf-ball 100 yards with only one arm.
He is, indeed, one lucky man. Times two. Massachusetts man wins lottery twice.
Laurence Leavy’s orange Marlins jersey made him easy to spot amid a sea of Kansas City Royals blue. He said a Royals official approached him offering to move him to the team owner’s suite, but Leavy declined.
Yona Weissman, 24, saw his contempt charge dismissed Friday after evidence found on his cell phone was suppressed two months ago due to a recent Supreme Court decision.