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From Whodini to Wu-Tang Clan, the boys are back to cover the history of rap.
The eastern Pacific Ocean remains the most popular route for cocaine smuggling, but the Caribbean is again becoming a popular option — decades after U.S. authorities all but shut down cocaine smuggling into South Florida.
The penultimate stage is set for the sixth step in Serena Williams' campaign to put an exclamation mark on her storied career by winning a fourth successive U.S. Open to complete a calendar-year Grand Slam sweep.
If the surreal saga known as "Deflategate" has proven anything, it is that National Football League fans take their sport, and Tom Brady, very seriously.
A number of farm animals were brought in for a scene which takes place at an agricultural show, but the shoot was thrown into jeopardy after a bull broke free from its pen and caused chaos.
The "Before He Cheats" hitmaker is gearing up for a new album and a new tour.
The two stars will join Martina McBride in support of music charity Musicians on Call.
The apartment late country icon once called home has officially been recognized as a local monument.
It's only September but things are already beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
The Labor Department says job openings soared 8 percent to 5.75 million, the most since records began in 2000.
Here's a look at some of the sports headlines making news today, Thursday, Sept. 10.
One of the three measures is a resolution finding that President Barack Obama has not complied with the Iran nuclear review act, the second is a motion of approval of the nuclear deal and the third would seek to suspend Obama's right to waive sanctions.
Since they were adopted by 46 states five years ago, the Common Core standards have become a symbol of Big Government overreach for conservatives.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
A new survey finds that China's economic muscle remains a bigger concern for Americans than security threats posed by cyberattacks and the Asian nation's growing military power.
Apple just announced plans to sell a $99 pencil, and no, we're not joking.
While it isn't officially fall yet, it is Apple season.