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Pat Shurmur doesn’t expect too much to change schematically with his offense this week as Daniel Jones replaces Eli Manning at quarterback. But the head coach and several players expect the 22-year-old rookie to infuse the ability to create time for himself with his legs — hardly a strength of Manning — when the 0-2...
A key portion of Mayor de Blasio’s $24 billion public housing rescue plan has stalled, according to the Citizens Budget Commission — blocked by fellow liberals who oppose private development on publicly owned land. City Hall hoped to score as much as $2 billion in repair money through deals that would put new housing towers...
TRENTON, N.J. — A referee who told a New Jersey high school wrestler to cut his dreadlocks or forfeit a match last year was suspended by the state for two seasons Wednesday, and officials also announced mandatory bias training for all referees and coaches involved in high school athletics. Referee Alan Maloney, who is white,...
Men in shorts is an age-old discussion — can they or can’t they get away with them? There are so many questions around such a small amount of fabric, and whatever your stance is, one thing is for sure: You better get ready to see even more men’s legs come spring. Today, Milan designers opened...
Braxton's comments come three months after her social media apology to "The Real" hosts over the circumstances of her exit.
Tekashi just spilled the beans on the Times Square shooting involving Chief Keef. 6ix9ine admitted to arranging the hit, promising $20k to the triggerman. However, that amount was reduced to just $10k after Tekashi learned the hit man only fired…
Artie Lange is days away from being 8 months clean and sober for the first time in decades, and he says the reason is ... he's finally facing the threat of prison. The stand-up comedian joined "TMZ Live" Wednesday to talk about the long, dangerous…
The high school wrestling referee who told a black wrestler to cut his dreadlocks in order to compete has been suspended for TWO SEASONS over the incident, officials announced. As we previously reported, referee Alan Maloney (who is white) told…
Mark-Paul Gosselaar says he's completely out of the loop when it comes to the recently announced "Saved by the Bell" sequel ... but he's down to join if he gets the invite. We got the star of the popular '90s high school sitcom at LAX Wednesday and…
An org named after Sandy Hook and dedicated to fighting gun violence just sent a powerful message as kids head back to school ... depicting a school shooting on camera. Sandy Hook Promise debuted a new PSA Wednesday called "Back-to-School…
Reports say AT&T is looking to sell off the service.
So much lingerie. Rihanna's New York Fashion Week blowout hits Amazon Prime Video on Friday. Here's a trailer and everything else you need to know.
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Director James Gray launches his cosmic epic despite a disagreement over the ending, your space myths and US Space Command.
How Samsung's foldable phone is better the second time around.
The Federal Reserve injected another $75 billion into the U.S. banking system on Wednesday, restoring a measure of order after a bout of extreme volatility inside the bank funding market drove the central bank's benchmark interest rate above its targeted range for the first time since the financial crisis.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP on Wednesday asked a U.S. bankruptcy judge to halt for roughly nine months more than 2,600 lawsuits alleging the company and its controlling Sackler family helped fuel the U.S. opioid crisis, according to court documents.
The U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates again on Wednesday to help sustain a record-long economic expansion but signaled a higher bar to further reductions in borrowing costs, eliciting a fast and sharp rebuke from President Donald Trump.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday made only minor changes to help it better manage its benchmark interest rate after the U.S. central bank briefly lost control of it earlier in the week.
President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve's decision on Wednesday to lower interest rates was "fine" but the central bank should have acted sooner.
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(Reuters Health) - People living in communities with rising crime rates may be more likely than those in safer neighborhoods to develop high blood pressure, a new study suggests.
The rate of nicotine vaping among 8th-graders in the U.S. nearly doubled in the past year and the rate among 12th-graders jumped by 22%, according to a new survey released Wednesday
An independent expert panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday recommended approval of GlaxoSmithKline Plc's over-the-counter nicotine oral spray that aims to help smokers quit their addiction.
A single daily pill containing low doses of common medications might provide a simple, inexpensive way to reduce risks for heart attacks and stroke in underprivileged communities, researchers say.
India banned the sale of electronic cigarettes on Wednesday and warned of an "epidemic" among young people, in the latest and potentially biggest move globally against vaping over growing health concerns.
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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is expecting good things from his offensive line but right now he says it needs to clean up mistakes
Alonso hits 49th HR, helps Mets rally in 9th to beat Rockies
Mike Leake worked effectively through traffic into the seventh inning, Domingo Leyba had two RBIs and the Diamondbacks beat the Marlins 5-4 on Wednesday.
Fitzpatrick attacking fresh start with Steelers
Kelly Slater and many other top surfers will compete in the Freshwater Pro this week in California's Central Valley
Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire has agreed to testify in an open session before the House Intelligence Committee after refusing to comply with Tuesday's deadline to hand over a whistleblower complaint that had been deemed by the intelligence community inspector general to be "credible and urgent."
Tensions are building within the House Democratic Caucus over the Judiciary Committee's march toward impeachment, with Democrats again at odds over their messaging and strategy during a crucial time facing their majority.
Discussions around legislative fixes to mass shootings heated up Wednesday as the attorney general returned to Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers about proposed gun bills, including a measure that would expand background checks for buyers.
President Donald Trump is warring with California's Democratic officials over auto-emission standards and the state's homeless crisis, but here at the center of the resistance to his administration he's scooped up $15 million for his re-election campaign during a two-day swing through the Golden state.
Imposing their will over states might be what all presidents do, but President Donald Trump specifically promised in his inaugural address to take power away from Washington and give it back to the people.
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