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There were two "appearances" from former NFL player and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez in court yesterday.
The Who star Roger Daltrey lost his cool at a gig in Long Island, New York on Wednesday and halted…
Hundreds of former players allege that team doctors provided painkillers as part of a decades-long conspiracy to keep them on the field.
Charlie Kimball will check his blood-glucose numbers constantly before, during and after Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
Here's a look at Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
A star-studded few hours filled with funny red noses helped raise millions for children's charities.
Coldplay teams up with the cast of "Game of Thrones" for a hilarious musical version of the hit HBO show to help raise money for Red Nose Day.
The wrestler-turned-actor set a new world record for most selfies taken in three minutes.
The Oscar-nominated actress, who appears in Swift's star-studded new "Bad Blood" video is on the verge of releasing her album.
The largest auto recall in American history affects nearly 1 in 7 cars.
If the Senate doesn't act, the laws authorizing the programs will expire June 1, and officials say they will lose valuable surveillance tools.
Here’s a look at some of the big sports stories making news today, Friday, May 22. WARRIORS ARE 2 UP…
The success piles pressure on Damascus and Baghdad and throws doubt on a U.S. strategy of relying almost exclusively on air strikes to support the fight against ISIS.
Oil spilled from a pipeline rupture has closed two state beaches and fouled offshore waters near Santa Barbara.
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Authorities say a stubborn fire has caused significant damage to three businesses that share a downtown Mount Vernon, Washington, building.
The owner of the Oso General Store is struggling to keep her business afloat just three months after opening.
A new Senate policy is attempting to reduce lawmakers' partisan squabbling on social media sites such as Twitter.
Drought conditions in Washington that prompted Gov. Jay Inslee last week to declare an emergency are likely to grow worse.