A website paying tribute to the recently deceased singer Amy Winehouse has left a legacy of favorite quotes honoring the diva's most profound rhetoric.
A husband and wife were found shot in an alleged suicide pact near a church in Punta Gorda, Florida where they were married over 30 years ago, authorities said.
Yankee pitcher Hideki Irabu was found dead yesterday in his Los Angeles home of an apparent suicide, authorities said.
Amy Winehouse spent the last week of her short and troubled life in an alcoholic, drug-fueled fog -- which she capped by purchasing a stockpile of powerful narcotics at a London bar just hours before her death, according to reports.
Children and adolescents who use cell phones are at no bigger risk of developing brain cancer than non-users, a new Swiss study found.
On Tuesday the U. S. Postal Service announced the closures of 3,653 post offices throughout all 50 states to restore financial stability to the debt-laden postal system.
A universal flu vaccine that protects against all strains may be available within the next five years, replacing regular annual shots, according to the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
Amy Winehouse's funeral took place yesterday with a private gathering of family and close friends at Edgwarebury Cemetery in North London. Giving a eulogy her father Mitch spoke to congregants and addressed his beloved daughter’s struggle with drug and alcohol addiction.
The Leiby Kletzky Memorial Fund is quickly approaching its $1 million dollar goal with a collection of $230,192. The fund was recently established in the memory of the 8-year-old Brooklyn boy who was kidnapped and murdered by a 35-year-old Orthodox man he met walking home from day camp.
An outbreak of Salmonella across 23 states has left 10 people hospitalized and 97 others affected so far. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning to Americans about the outbreak and has identified papayas as the source of the spate of cases.
Amy Winehouse's ex-Husband Blake-Fielder-Civil has been left devastated after hearing about the singer's death over the weekend. In a statement made on Sunday he confessed his unconditional love for Winehouse; saying she was the love of his life.
Senator Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) said the gay marriages performed Sunday are illegal because same-sex couples did not wait the mandated 24 hours before marrying and plans to file a lawsuit over the matter.
Governor Cuomo recently announced a special election will be held on September 13 during the primary for embattled former Congressman Anthony Weiner's seat.
The Ground Zero Museum Workshop is gearing up for a flood of people this year in honor of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 by increasing the number of its tours to six each day.
The September 11 Memorial, which is set to open in a few months, has racked up 42,000 ticket reservations on its website within a day of opening its booking system. It is estimated that the reservations will increase even more over the coming weeks before the 10th anniversary.
Macy's will pay a $750,000 penalty for failing to report it had sold children's clothing that had been recalled because it had drawstrings around the neck. It had been ruled that such garments posed strangulation and entanglement risks.
Ahmad Wali Karzai, the half-brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai was shot dead today by a trusted security guard. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the killing.
Everyone has one, whether it is a smart phone or a small Motorola. Cell phones offer convenience, a way to stay connected to family and friends, along with added security in the event of an emergency. But, could there be a danger hiding in your phone?
Circumcision could be outlawed in San Francisco if a November ballot initiative is passed. The ballot plans to ban the practice for anyone aged under 18, and would make the circumcision of a male minor a misdemeanor, punishable with a maximum jail sentence of one year and a fine of up to $1,000.
Messianic believing teens between the ages of 16 and 18 can now learn how to evangelize on the streets of New York City by getting involved in a two-week Halutzim Ministry with Jews for Jesus.
Tickets for the new 9/11 memorial in New York have been made available today, with the general public invited to reserve themselves tickets through an online system.
Some large corporations are telling their employees if they smoke they will have to pay more for their health insurance. The reason for the move has come because companies are saying smokers cost them more money in medical costs and so the extra cost is just being passed down.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has vetoed another attempt to restore funding for Planned Parenthood in his state. Christie rejected the legislation on June 30, citing New Jersey does not have the money within its budget.
Johnson & Johnson announced it is recalling 60,912 bottles of Tylenol due to a musty odor, according to McNeil Consumer Healthcare, one of J&J's companies. The strong odor is linked to possible gastrointestinal symptoms.
A new study published on July 4th in the Archives of General Psychiatry stated that environmental factors, such as the type of medications women take when they are pregnant can attribute to autism spectrum disorders (ASD).