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The highly regarded Milwaukee forward tore a ligament in his left knee.
The comedian has been the subject of more than a dozen sex abuse allegations over the past two months.
The lawsuit alleges the Ultimate Fighting Championship is a monopoly that limits the potential earnings of its athletes.
The Sony comedy about the assassination of North Korean President Kim Jong-Un, has sparked threats from hackers.
The legislation funds most government agencies through September 2015.
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Stella, the pit bull, does not approve of the pineapple in her home.
Little is known about how Christmas was celebrated in Colonial times.
A look at some of the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Transparency and good government are coming to Springfield by way of an inspector general... maybe.
Chicago signed outfielder Melky Cabrera to a three-year $42 million contract.
The "Frozen" star talks about starting holiday traditions with her son.
State officials say anyone who collected unemployment insurance this year can sign up to be notified when a tax form needed to complete state and federal tax returns is available.
Springfield mayoral candidate Paul Palazzolo says reviving and updating the inspector general position in city government is a bad move.
Google says Robin Williams' suicide seared into the world's collective mindset more than anything else this year.
A U.S. jury said the company did not act improperly by restricting music purchases for iPod users to the iTunes store.
The Dingles face charges of conspiracy, money laundering and mail fraud.
Appellate court judges have reversed a lower-court ruling that had ordered a journalist to reveal the source of a leak
A web cam is streaming images of the first of two African penguins hatching at the Pittsburgh facility.
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Jimmy Kimmel, the master of pranks, gets a taste of his own medicine.