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The “Fashion Police” are gearing up for yet another makeover.
Three British schoolgirls believed to have fled to Syria to join ISIS have been recorded on security cameras at a bus station in Istanbul.
Philippe Coutinho scored a late winner against Manchester City for the second straight season as Liverpool won 2-1 on Sunday.
More than 200 bodies have been found in communal graves under a Paris supermarket.
A Hungarian village dating back to the 11th century has been put up for rent at a cost of $750 a day.
A husband in Turkey has been fined for saying "I don't love you" to his wife.
For a teen battling an extremely rare brain disorder, Taylor Swift is just what the doctor ordered.
The woman who accused billionaire Jeffrey Epstein of preying on her was not a sex slave, her former pals told the Daily News.
More than twice as many parents are seeking seats on local school boards this year compared to the last elections in 2013.
While Mayor de Blasio remains loyal to his favorite Park Slope haunts, he remains nearly MIA on the Upper East Side.
Hollywood insider Heather McDonald is a seasoned observer of Tinseltown’s catastrophic relationships.
A suspected U.S. drone strike Saturday in central Yemen killed three men believed to be Al Qaeda militants, security officials said.
Tino Martinez, David Robertson, Russell Martin … Didi Gregorius?
A series of attacks targeting public places and Shiite militia checkpoints in and north of Iraq’s capital killed 37 people Saturday.
Harvard stumbled on its trip through the Empire State, but is still in position to win a share of fifth straight Ivy League title.
The dream of a shooting star reveals the wish for empowerment, to bond or connect with a potent energy force.
There's great food, history and a thriving art scene in Key West today.
If Vince Vaughn wants to taken seriously — he should ditch the comedy roles.
Erik Larson back with more narrative nonfiction.
It seems film executives aren't ready to embrace interracial love.