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Special forces from the U.S.-led military coalition in Afghanistan battled insurgents near the northern city of Kunduz that was captured by the Taliban this week.
The rockers postponed their North American tour earlier this month after lead singer Roger Daltrey became ill with viral meningitis.
The former GNR rocker fears he'll be on the outside looking in if the group's classic line-up ever reforms, because his bandmates refuse to believe he's clean and sober.
The band will promote its new album "Toto XIV" on the road but Hungate won't be along for the ride this time.
Producers of the hit drama have accidentally revealed which characters are set to marry in season six.
Sepp Blatter has not ruled out trying to stay on as FIFA’s president beyond February’s scheduled election, despite facing a criminal investigation and a possible internal ethics probe.
The U.S. government is imposing sanctions against 25 people and five groups around the world connected to the Islamic State.
Tuesday's decision from the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York all but ensures that Brady will not be barred from any games this season, including the playoffs.
The Santee Sioux is opening the nation’s first marijuana resort on its reservation in South Dakota.
Target will match its online prices with more than two dozen online competitors including Amazon and Walmart.
The U.S. military needs to improve its ability to deter attacks on its computer networks, top intelligence officials say.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of molesting the same woman his former teammate, Ray McDonald, is accused of raping while she was unconscious.
Here's a look at some of the big stories making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Here's a look at some of the sports stories making news today, Wednesday, September 30.
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