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The move to allow gay marriage to proceed in Alabama is the strongest signal yet that the justices could rule that no state can restrict marriage.
The NBC News anchor struggled to explain how he often misrepresented an Iraq war story.
The White House will ask Congress by Wednesday for new authority to use force against Islamic State fighters.
The last surviving officer of the ship that was bombed in the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, has died.
Money comes from former MLB first baseman Mo Vaughn, business partner, who own West Village Apartments
State says tax program, related suspension of licenses for drivers, has led to $125 million in collections
Cuomo said to New Yorker that he's no more responsible for Sheldon Silver scandal than President Obama is for Anthony Weiner scandal
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Guy DeLong was arrested Friday by Seneca County Sheriff's Deputies
The Cayuga Power Plant remains a polarizing issue in the community.
The proposed limit is similar to one imposed on Congress.
The cosmetics line is aimed at women from a variety of ethnic backgrounds.
Police determined that the host of the party had accidentally pocket-dialed 911.
The President is meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who opposes providing Ukraine with weapons to fight separatists.
159-room hotel has been called "anchor" of Ithaca Commons rebuild
The soccer legend wants to change the lives of millions of children.
Storm left anywhere between 4-8 inches of snow surrounding Ithaca by 10 a.m. Monday
Firefighters in California had an interesting day on the job.
The average price of a gallon of gas jumped 13 cents in the past two weeks to $2.20.