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1 hr ago | The Plain Dealer
There are a few things you really should know about Tuna, the "Chiweenie" dog owned by Courtney Dasher, a Mayfield Heights native.
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The Vancouver Canucks have the sixth overall pick in the June 27-28 NHL Entry Draft.
As New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tries to ban horse-drawn carriages in the city, an animal advocacy group is pushing an alternative to the tourist attraction with "Horseless eCarriages."
From left, David, Oliver, Rupert and Bailey filming their Kickstarter video Bradley was not able to be there for the making of the video.
It may be a few years before the first daughters head to college, but Michelle Obama is already brainstorming a dorm room checklist while encouraging high school students to dream big about their education beyond graduation.
The Venezuelan-born singer, a resident of Toronto for nearly two decades, has always had the travel bug and that fascination for "exploring" inspires her music.
Charlotte Olympia opens at Bal Harbour Shops on Friday, her first store in the Southeast and third in the country; Nicholas Kirkwood just opened a pop-up store, too.
The presidential search ended last week with the Board of Trustees voting unanimously to elect the Reverend Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. as the 28th president of the University of San Francisco.
A multi-story ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing despite a frantic, hours-long rescue by ships and helicopters.
APRIL 07: U.S. President Barack Obama visits with students in a 10th grade Microbiology class at Bladensburg High School April 7, 2014 in Bladensburg, Maryland.
What are the best ways for picking up your dog's poop or droppings? Stanley Coren has a few suggestions.
Romanian poet and translator Nina Cassian , who obtained political asylum in the United States after the Communist-era secret police found her critical poems scribbled in a friend's diary, has died in New York City.
Cash: At the Hot Stove restaurant on Cape Cod, which I visit every summer vacation for one of their tasty burgers served on English muffins, patrons must pay their tab in cash or by check.
Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler is traveling to Washington, D.C. to discuss health care reform issues with President Barack Obama.
For a city synonymous with late nights, Late Night Trailhead just outside of Las Vegas is decidedly different.
Ed Sheeran has booked his first-ever headlining tour in the U.S. The British singer-songwriter has announced new dates across North America, on the heels of the release of his single, "Sing" and an appearance on "Saturday Night Live."