Hillary Clinton is testing the waters on a return to academia (read more)

Actress Barbara Davison says she wasn’t ready for this close-up (read more)

He was incarcerated, caged, stripped of his family, friends, and dignity. And just four days before his 28th birthday, he was dead. (read more)

The Giants can finally feel good about themselves heading into Week 7 as they come off their first win of the season (read more)

Police are investigating racist clips shared on Snapchat that see white students pinning down black students and simulating sex (read more)

He lies about the living and he lies about the dead, and he's incapable of telling the truth even when asked a simple question (read more)

Bethenny Frankel's ex-husband is ready to take a dismissal deal in his stalking case, sources told the Daily News on Saturday (read more)

A Brooklyn subway rider’s love for his sneakers left him with one foot in the grave (read more)

Nyong'o accused the disgraced filmmaker of making an unwanted sexual advance toward her six years ago (read more)

Kelly needs to issue his own apology. If not, he comes up as the general who has become part of the general lousiness. (read more)

Jose Altuve stood at first base and yelled as each run crossed home plate Friday night (read more)

A Republican representative inquired about the legality of quarantining HIV patients in a bid to end the virus that causes AIDs (read more)

Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, who was believed to have died of cancer in 1973, did not die from the disease, experts say (read more)

The indie rocker's former band revealed it kicked him out last year after accusations of his "unacceptable treatment" of women emerged (read more)

Here are the Giants’ five keys to coming out of Sunday with a win and keeping their next-to-none playoff hopes on life support (read more)

Conspiracy theorists don’t have to hang up their tin foil hats just yet (read more)


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