Fall 2014

Feb 7, 2014

Lindsey Vonn Struts the Runway - With Crutches

Lindsey Vonn Struts the Runway - With Crutches

Vonn, the 2010 Olympic gold medalist who had to forgo the Sochi Games due to a bad knee injury, was clearly making the most of her time off the slopes as she joined some 20 other women at the Red...

Feb 6, 2014

Fashion Week: Slushy Streets, Boots on the Runway

Fashion Week: Slushy Streets, Boots on the Runway

New York welcomed Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Thursday amid icy sidewalks, crosswalks piled high with slush and temperatures in the 20s.

Feb 6, 2014

Models in Spanx Kick Off NY Fashion Week

Models in Spanx Kick Off NY Fashion Week

The global retailer GS Shop, based in Seoul, South Korea, sent the skinny ones down a runway Tuesday in teensy boy shorts, Wonderbras and stretchy shapewear that helped make Spanx inventor Sara Blakely a...

Apr 24, 2014
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By Elizabeth Ladzinski

Fashion Week: Celebs in the Front Row

Celebrities and New York Fashion Week go See Full Gallery

Apr 24, 2014
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By Julie Fiedler

Catwalk Spills

As New York prepares for Fashion Week, check out the wildest catwalk See Full Gallery

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Friends Pray for Fort Worth Doctor Diagnosed with Ebola

Friends Pray for Fort Worth Doctor Diagnosed with Ebola

Colleagues of Dr. Kent Brantly describe him as a good person and great doctor. Brantly is being treated for Ebola. He was diagnosed after going to Liberia to help contain an outbreak there.

Pieces of Plane Fall From Sky, Hits House

Pieces of Plane Fall From Sky, Hits House

The Federal Aviation Administration has identified the mystery metal that fell from the sky and onto a Denton County home with the family inside.

North Texas Man Suspected of Mailing Hoax Letters: Feds

North Texas Man Suspected of Mailing Hoax Letters: Feds

A North Texas man is accused of sending hundreds of envelopes containing white powder, according to the United States attorney's office.

Proposed TX Migrant Children Shelter Would Be US's Largest

Proposed TX Migrant Children Shelter Would Be US's Largest

Authorities are considering a bid to build a shelter in West Texas that would be the largest in the U.S. to hold unaccompanied children who enter the country illegally.

Judge Tentatively Rules Against Sterling, OKs Sale of Clippers

Judge Tentatively Rules Against Sterling, OKs Sale of Clippers

A judge tentatively ruled against Donald Sterling and in favor of his estranged wife Shelly on Monday, in the trial over whether she had the authority to negotiate a $2 billion deal to sell the Los...

FAA Proposes $12M Fine on Southwest

FAA Proposes $12M Fine on Southwest

The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday it is proposing a $12 million civil fine against Southwest Airlines for failing to comply with safety regulations related to repairs on Boeing 737 jetliners.