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The average waistline increased by more than an inch over the past decade.
A 30-year-old man has been charged with trying to provide material support to the militant group and attempting to murder U.S. soldiers.
There are 99 players and 14 coaches nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2015.
Here is a look at the latest sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 17.
While Americans support the campaign of airstrikes against militants, they have a low appetite for a long campaign against the group.
Yusuf, who was Cat Stevens until he converted to Islam, has announced a tour that will take him to the U.S. for the first time since 1976.
The Minnesota Vikings have suspended the star running back from all team activities until his child-abuse case is resolved.
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The star appears on late-night TV for the first time in 50 years and is joined by some big names to perform a series of duets.
The NFL continues to grapple with domestic violence issues as some of its top players are under scrutiny both by the league and the public.
A Massachusetts man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a home to fix himself a snack.
A serious illness sickening U.S. children has spread to 12 states and it's predicted that more states will report cases in coming weeks.
"Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances" will be available as a CD and DVD package just in time for the holidays.
Lawmakers want to rein in antibiotic use in livestock.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Customer charges would go up, but electricity rates would go down in 2015.
A student accused of bringing an unloaded gun to school on Friday has been charged as a juvenile.
Two competing interests both looking to build outlet malls have reportedly joined forces.
The district recreated the carbon monoxide leak that sent nearly 150 people to area hospitals
Bruce Rauner wants the application process changed for companies vying for dispensary and cultivator licenses.
Federal authorities in Chicago issued a new subpoena over records involving Gov. Pat Quinn's troubled anti-violence program.