By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The University of Alaska Anchorage is investigating an allegation that its former hockey coach struck a player with a hockey stick, another black mark for the beleaguered program which suspended a search for a new coach after naming four finalists earlier this month.
The butter police are on the job. New York City school kitchen managers said they've being targeted and "bullied" by bureaucrats who have threatened "disciplinary action" for buying butter, in violation of a five-year-old policy against using or offering the spread in cafeterias.
Hollywood's Michael Moore couldn't gush enough about New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's nationwide push for gun control.
Kevin Clash, the puppet voice behind Sesame Street's Elmo, has been nominated for a Daytime Emmy, despite allegations he's had sex with several underage boys.
Public School 244 in the Flushing section of New York's Queens borough has gone vegan — the first public school in the nation to serve only vegetarian meals for breakfast and lunch.
Former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner would come in second, with 15 percent of the votes, if New York City's Democratic mayoral primary were held today.
A dad whose daughter had been killed in the Boston Marathon bombings Monday afternoon was told she was only injured after doctors confused her identity with a friend who survived.
New York City investigators are looking into 21 cases of ethical misconduct on the annual schools survey from 2013, Education Department officials said Friday.
Mockery and scorn for New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's bid to ban big sodas came swiftly, and now conservatives are pouring it on: Freshman Sen. Ted Cruz proposed a "Big Gulp Amendment" Friday to prohibit the federal government from following Mr. Bloomberg's lead.
A New Jersey man claims an insomnia cure promoted on "The Dr. Oz Show" left third-degree burns on his feet.
The Daily News-Record of Harrisonburg says Goins was arrested Sunday night on charges of disorderly conduct and obstructing justice.
From Michelle Obama to Joe Biden to Hillary Clinton to Sarah Palin -- more than a dozen of the biggest names in politics and entertainment saw their personal accounts hacked and private financial information posted online.
New York City restaurant inspectors have a new piece of equipment — special cups that can hold up to 17 ounces — in order to ensure compliance with the mayor's ban on supersize drinks.
Attorneys who've tried for years to sue the Vatican over sexual abuse claims are seeing a cracked door with Pope Benedict XVI's resignation.
A group of protesters have organized a Facebook event calling on activists to perform the provocative viral dance, the "Harlem Shake," in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters in Moqattam, Egypt, next Thursday.