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ST. BONAVENTURE — With the celebration of the 100th anniversary of St. Bonaventure basketball set for this season, Bonnies fans will have the opportunity to honor one of the University’s most legendary teams commemorating its own golden anniversary — the 1969-70 Final Four team.

ST. BONAVENTURE – The St. Bonaventure basketball program has a proud history – one that has united the community and the university for generations. As another new season approaches, it brings…

She had been featured on an episode of A&E’s police reality show “Live PD” in June, where an official with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said she potentially ran away to New York City after communicating with an older male.

WASHINGTON — Robert S. Mueller III isn’t expected to roll out any bombshells when he testifies before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees on July 24.

Immigration issues in the United States long ago devolved into the surreal, but it was still an eyebrow-raiser on Friday to see a press release from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office giving tips to illegal immigrants on what to do if confronted by federal authorities.

Have you ever had one of those weeks? Me too! In fact, I’m having one right now and it’s only Tuesday. Truthfully, this week extends some issues from last week when I began to hear a faint beeping. I had heard it periodically but thought it was coming from the television in the same manner w…

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CHICAGO – The biggest question facing both sides of the NFL’s oldest and best rivalry slated to kick off the league’s 100th season at Soldier Field on the first Thursday night in September is who is the better safety: Adrian Amos or Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix…

KYOTO, Japan (AP) — Investigators on Friday returned to the skeletonized building where a man raging about theft set a fire that gutted an animation production studio, killed 33 people and crushed the hearts of comic fans in Japan and beyond.

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia's foreign minister said on Friday her government was "deeply disappointed" that a Chinese-Australian writer was placed in criminal detention in Beijing six months after he was taken into custody at a Chinese airport.