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About 200 residents plan to file a lawsuit against Suffolk County and the state, alleging they were exposed to a hazardous chemical used for decades by firefighters at Gabreski Air National Guard Base in Westhampton Beach, their attorneys said Monday (read more)


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Nittanyville, a make-shift tent town assembled during the week leading up to each Penn State home game, was already packed with tents on Tuesday (read more)

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Rick Pitino's suit against the apparel company repeatedly denies any wrongdoing by the former Louisville coach in the pay-for-play. scandal. (read more)

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Franklin responded to the compliment Kirk Herbstreit gave to the Nittany Lions saying he focuses on building a program about more than wins (read more)

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The Keystone state edition of the rankings features a massive shakeup (read more)

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Skeet Ulrich says Harvey Weinstein’s alleged transgressions weren’t as secret as he — and Hollywood — would have you believe (read more)

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The veteran reporter seemed more concerned with Hollywood's reputation than Feldman's allegations of sexual abuse against him as a child (read more)

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The state Department of Health approved the Jefferson County facility after several inspections (read more)

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Leach, 56, is 35-35 at Washington State since departing AD Bill Moos hired him, leading the Cougars to three bowl games the past four years (read more)

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NEW YORK (AP) - Amazon Studios says it has accepted the resignation of its top executive, Roy Price, following sexual harassment allegations made by a producer on the Amazon series "Man in the High Castle.". (read more)

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What was expected to be a rather straightforward weekend of college football turned into a carnage on Saturday as upset after upset went down across the country. We watched as a trio of unbeatens fell, all of whom had been in the top ten — Clemson, Washington, and Washington State. (read more)

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Accepting the National Constitution Center's Liberty Medal Monday night, Sen. John McCain blasted "half-baked, spurious nationalism," saying the United States has a moral obligation to act as an international leader. (read more)

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