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Jeter to be honored

The New York Yankees will honor the career of their captain and shortstop Derek Jeter in early...

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Broadway legend passes

Broadway will dim the lights tonight to mark the passing of stage and screen legend Elaine Stritch.  The actress and singer died yesterday morning at her Michigan home.  On TV, Stritch was best known for her Emmy winning role as Colleen, the domineering mother of Alec...

Rosalind Nyman Joel, mother of singer-songwriter Billy Joel and the inspiration for several of the superstar’s songs, died Sunday in hospice care on Long Island, surrounded by her friends and family. She was 92. Though Joel spent her later years supporting various...

Idina Menzel heading to the ballgame

Idina Menzel is bringing Broadway to baseball. The Tony-winning performer will sing the national anthem at the MLB All-Star Game on July 15 in Minneapolis. Menzel will also perform during the pre-game ceremony, including a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young.”...

Lindsay Lohan suing game maker

Actress Lindsay Lohan is suing the makers of the popular “Grand Theft Auto” video game.  In the suit filed yesterday in state Supreme Court in New York, the Long Island native claims Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games used her as the basis for the character Lacey...

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Oldest American Turned 115 on Saturday

(DETROIT) — America’s oldest citizen, Jeralean Talley, turned 115 on Saturday.Talley is considered a “supercentenarian” by the Gerontology Research Group, which tracks some of the oldest people in the world. She is officially believed to be the second oldest person in the...

High Blood Pressure Nearly Kills Mom After Normal Pregnancy

(CHERRY HILL, N.J.) — Sarah Hughes had a great pregnancy and a normal delivery with her second child, Hayley, in October 2010, but five days after the birth, she developed strange symptoms that nearly took her life.“I was nursing her all the time and waking up in the night...

Are Airplane Seats a Ticket to Infection?

(AUBURN, Ala.) — The sneezing passenger in seat 5B. The coughing, hacking child seated between you and the aisle.Catching something during a flight in one of these situations is something that many of us have worried about. But a new study suggests that there are other ways...

Swimming Pool Chemicals Send Thousands to Emergency Rooms, Study Says

(NEW YORK) — Injuries from pool chemicals sent nearly 5,000 people to the emergency room in 2012, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly half of the injuries, which experts deem “preventable,” were found in children...

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