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Presidential hopeful Donald Trump hosted a Tuesday event at Albemarle House.
The actress, more famous for "conscious uncoupling" than any movie, wants to teach you how to complete a proper yawn. We can't make this stuff up.
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Three Charlottesville teens have been charged with recent crimes.
Governor McAuliffe wants Virginia's delegates and state senators to come back next month for a special session.
Z-95 air personality Sherry Taylor is one of this year's Hometown Heroes.
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell in June as households cut back on purchases of automobiles and a range of other goods, which could raise concerns the economy was slowing again.
The "Tonight Show" host reveals how a funny fall in the kitchen turned into a severe hand injury, emergency surgery, and 10-days in the ICU.
Researchers say about one quarter of the top dogs in Britain's biggest dog show were too fat.
The former "30 Rock" star is still recovering from a tragic wreck that killed his friend and left him with serious injuries, including head trauma, and a broken leg and ribs.
Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke is the scheduled starter for the National League, while the American League counters with Astros lefty Dallas Kuechel.
The outfielder wowed his home Cincinnati fans, adding a jolt of excitement to the revamped event ahead of the All Star Game.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the day-long global concert that was broadcast around the world to raise money for humanitarian efforts in Africa.
Two of the country's best synchronized divers are a dynamic duo hoping to make it to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2016.
You might as well just drink dyed sugar. It's probably healthier.
In the southern hometown of author Harper Lee, a freight truck unloaded the first of 7,000 copies of “Go Set a Watchman” at a small bookshop just ahead of midnight, minutes before Tuesday's release of Lee’s first published novel in 55 years.
The change is a major step toward dismantling a policy that has caused deep rifts in the 105-year-old organization.
Outlawing "heading the ball" during soccer games may reduce the rate of concussions, but eliminating player-on-player contact would help more, suggests a new study.
U.S. Senators Tim Kaine (D- Richmond) and Mark Warner (D- Alexandria) are reacting to a nuclear deal with Iran.