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Kansas woman dies after being raped, set on fire at park

A 36-year-old woman who had been sexually assaulted and set on fire died Saturday morning, police said, just over a week after she was found in a Wichita park with severe burns on more than half her body and cuts on her head.

California man trades drunk flying for drunk driving: report

What’s next, a train? A California man was charged with driving drunk two years after he was busted for flying a plane under the influence.

Tim Cahill predicts a goal or two for the NY Red Bulls

Cahill said the Red Bulls were better than the Revolution and made a bold prediction about what’s in store for them on Sunday.

Raissman: Tiki Barber's found place in Valley of the Stupid

It’s hard not finding the dichotomy of opinions concerning Mr. Tiki Barber hilarious. How can one man be the inspiration for so much fun?

Madden: Marlins, Jays, Cards, A's and Mets make early splash

It’s already been one of the busiest baseball Novembers in recent memory with the Marlins, Blue Jays, Cardinals, Mets and even the A’s (Billy Butler) all having made bold statements as to their playoff intentions for next season.

Islanders legend Billy Smith pays a visit to Nassau Coliseum

While this entire hockey season in Uniondale marks one long goodbye to Nassau Coliseum, the building had a little extra life on Saturday.

See it: Tiny guard dog scares off big, bad burglar

This little guy can run with the big dogs. A tiny pooch was caught on camera chasing a would-be burglar out of his yard.

Special fan ready to cheer on NY Red Bulls in MLS playoffs

Irelyn Maloney already had her Red Bulls jersey laid out on her dresser on Friday, eagerly awaiting the moment she’d travel to Red Bull Aren

Barcelona's Lionel Messi has record-breaking day

Lionel Messi has broken the Spanish league’s all-time scoring record, surpassing the previous 251-goal mark in Barcelona’s match against Sev

Fla. mogul gets 16 years for DUI manslaughter after retrial

A Florida multimillionaire who drunkenly and fatally plowed his Bentley into a college grad was sentenced to 16 years in prison ? again.

South Dakota gunman kills 3, wounds 1 before suicide: report

A 22-year-old man apparently shot and killed three people and wounded a fourth at a home on a South Dakota Indian reservation before he killed himself early Saturday, authorities said.

Isola: For Knicks' Phil Jackson, life is still a beach

Phil Jackson’s path from the locker room to his car at Madison Square Garden is now protected by security guards and media relations officials who apparently didn’t get the memo that the Knicks president wants to repair the relationship between the club and the press.

Sunday Morning QB: Giant debate - Eli Manning or Tony Romo?

The anti-Eli Manning vocal minority in Big Blue Nation needs to chill out and consider the alternatives.

Ohio man confesses to raping 5-year-old, blames victim

An Ohio man confessed to raping a 5-year-old after coaxing her with a Pudding Pop ? and then he blamed his victim during his sentencing.

California Coast Engagement + Wedding Inspiration

Utilizing the coastal breeze as inspiration, this session from the Erich McVey Workshop raises the bar of beauty. Surrounded by the breathtaking California coastline, Jacque Lynn Photography perfectly captured the serenity of day. With...Show More Summary

Curt Schilling's son causes scare at Logan with fake grenade

The three-time World Series-winning pitcher posted on his Facebook page Saturday about a fake grenade incident at Boston's Logan airport.

Hitler painting fetches $160K at Germany auction

A lackluster watercolor by Adolf Hitler fetched a whopping $161,000 at an auction Saturday in Nuremberg, Germany.

Billy Joel to set Madison Square Garden record

Billy Joel will set a record for the most performances by any artist at Madison Square Garden with his 65th show scheduled for this summer.

Memorabilia probe turns spotlight on Arkansas archivist

The Chicago FBI agents and federal prosecutors who have been investigating fraud in sports memorabilia for eight years press on: Unlike previous law-enforcement actions into the unregulated, $5-billion-dollar-a-year “hobby,” the investigation that reeled in disgraced auctioneer Bill Mastro doesn’t appear to have an expiration date.

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