A brand new delivery service could make the holiday shopping season a little easier.
You may want to think twice before tossing your old smartphone. Just because you deleted information, your old data may not be gone forever.
America celebrates the day with pomp and circumstance, and the playing of Taps. In Bloomfield people of all ages gathered to honor every veteran from every war or conflict, living or dead.
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A woman’s brutal kidnapping on the streets of Philadelphia was caught on video this past weekend, and on Tuesday, there was a new clue having to do with her credit card.
Police released seven photos from home surveillance cameras, hoping anyone can lead them to the burglary suspects.
Football season was suddenly over for students who have done nothing wrong. They no longer have equipment to use for practices and games.
Celebrities and the fashion world alike are mourning the death of legendary designer Oscar de la Renta, who dressed first ladies, socialites and Hollywood stars for more than four decades.
Kenneth Minor was convicted of murder and sentenced to 20 years to life in prison in 2011, but his conviction was later overturned.
The victim said that the beating happened during the day in his apartment building. On Tuesday night, the attack was being investigated as a possible hate crime.
Monday’s parade, which runs from 44th Street to 72nd Street, is organized by the Columbus Citizens Foundation. It’s billed as the world’s largest celebrations of Italian-American heritage and culture.
Unless you’ve done 80 to 100 burpees for a warm up, you’ve never done anything like this in a fitness class.
A Rockland County mother still maintains faith her daughter’s killer will someday be brought to justice – four decades after the crime.
The legendary singer revealed the location on Twitter Monday morning. The concert came in anticipation of the release of Diamond’s latest album, “Melody Road.”
Wesleyan University in Middletown plans to change a more-than-century-old tradition by ordering fraternities with on-campus houses to go coed.