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State Farm spokeswoman downplays Consumer Reports investigation
Rumor has it the comedian will team up with his "St. Vincent" co-star Melissa McCarthy for the franchise reboot.
Watch a quick recap of all 2015 Hall of Fame inductees speeches, including the most hilarious and heartfelt moments from a crowd-pleasing night in Canton.
The drummer has promised fans he'll be back with the rock act once he has taken care of his legal woes.
In the final round of the Barracuda Championship, the only tournament on the PGA Tour to use the Modified Stableford system, J.J. Henry outplays Kyle Reifers to capture his third tour win.
Forby, Bradley: this could exacerbate unemployment
The average price per gallon is $2.71, according to the latest national survey.
Social Security is approaching its 80th birthday, and the federal government's largest benefit program is at a pivotal point in its history.
United Way surveyed 400 providers
This promises to be one silly shoe commercial.
A political pope is sure to seize his opportunity when he addresses a political body.
The "Sharp Dressed Man" singer will show off his salsa and Afro-Cuban skills on his new album, which is scheduled for release in October.
McCarthy's eight-year-old daughter Vivian was originally cast as an extra in the project, but she has now been promoted to portray a child version of her mother.
The "Jackass" prankster faces charges after climbing a crane and shooting off fireworks in a protest against the theme parks company.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories you'll be talking about today, Monday, Aug. 10.
Check out the latest apps and gadgets that can help get your school year off to a smooth start.
A 20-year-old East Texas man jumped into a quickly arranged marriage after a judge told him last month he had a choice of getting hitched or spending 15 days in jail on an assault charge.
President Barack Obama is trying to win over enough of his fellow Democrats to block Republican efforts to pass a "resolution of disapproval" that could cripple the deal, which is designed to curb Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting of economic sanctions.
The United States sent six F-16 jets and about 300 personnel to Incirlik Air Base in Turkey on Sunday, the U.S. military said, after Ankara agreed last month to allow American planes to launch air strikes against Islamic State militants from there.