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White House officials expressed growing alarm that Congress may not approve $3.7B in emergency funds to tackle the child migration crisis.
The 2018 World Cup will be held in Russia, where FIFA says the tournament can "create positive change."
The Aerosmith rocker is designing his own line of glasses.
Ace Frehley is hoping to give his fiancée a big musical boost after collaborating with her on his new album "Space Invader."
Police are investigating dolls left on the doorsteps of at least eight families, that homeowners said bore a resemblance their daughters.
A judge has rejected a motion by lawyers for Aaron Hernandez to dismiss charges stemming from the 2013 slaying of a Boston man.
SEE THE PHOTOS: Jack Black showed up in a "Star Wars" mask and was joined by thousands of costumed-fans at the annual convention.
Organizers say this year's Comic Con is going back to its roots as a welcome home to creative content with fringe and cult audiences.
Tens of thousands of children's products were among the top recalls announced this week.
Sangamon County Coroner Cinda Edwards says the human remains found in Rochester last weekend do not belong to Michelle Bianco, who's been missing since 2008.
The U.S. pressed for a Gaza ceasefire as the civilian death toll soared, threatening to spread Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed to the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.
President Barack Obama hammered companies that avoid federal taxes by shifting their tax domiciles overseas in deals known as "inversions."
Fans fear the 65-year-old landmark, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, might be in peril if a buyer isn't found.
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Gary Oldman has a lot of practice dying on camera. He's done it 17 times!
The south end of downtown Springfield could get a makeover if one organization can find the money.
A Florida man got a dose of karma when he was run over by his own truck after getting out to bang on another driver's window.
The rates of vaccination against the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical and other types of cancer remain too low, federal health officials say.