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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.
A Connecticut woman whose son died in the Sept. 11 attacks at the World Trade Center says she's upset the Oscar-winning movie "Zero Dark Thirty" used a recording of his last words without her permission.
One of New York's biggest names in hip-hop music has launched a campaign to get guns off the streets by trading weapons for concert tickets.
A private collection of John F. Kennedy memorabilia brought in almost $2 million at auction, including $570,000 for the former president's Air Force One leather bomber jacket.
Philadelphia prison inmates received an average of $344 a week over 18 weeks — totaling $7 million — in unemployment benefits, the Philadelphia Daily News reported Monday.
Something funny is happening with teen pregnancy statistics in New York City, and it seems some journalists are being played by some politicians, willingly or unwillingly.
The widow of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson has filed a $1 million lawsuit against singer Hilary Kole for copyright infringement.