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FIFA says former Olympic official Francois Carrard will chair a task force overseeing reforms of football's governing body in the wake of corruption scandals.
The "Modern Family" star has been cast as teacher Mrs. Berrera, who Bart Simpson starts to develop feelings for as he goes through early puberty.
The former AC/DC rocker is convinced he's still a member of the band and just wants five minutes in a room with group leader Angus Young to convince him he's still the best drummer.
The film won't be as family friendly as the 1980s TV show.
The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman will help coach Adam Levine's team on the hit reality show.
Serena Williams was in superb form as she began her U.S. Open buildup with an entertaining effort highlighted by a couple of cheeky returns and a few clear winners at a rainy Rogers Cup.
Lawyers for former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, who is serving a life sentence for killing an acquaintance in 2013, have filed a motion to quash a separate double-murder indictment.
The return from injury by Rory McIlroy to defend his title at this week's PGA Championship at Whistling Straits gives the year's final major extra spice as Jordan Spieth aims to carve out another slice of golf history.
Former UNC wide receiver and graduate TJ Thorpe is in Charlottesville for his final year of eligibility. The orange may feel a bit bright, but he pulls it off well.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is due in theaters on Dec. 18. We cannot wait.
Coming soon to a living room near you!
Ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which would stretch from Japan to Chile, fell short of a deal at talks last month on the Hawaiian island of Maui, despite early optimism.
Melissa Gilbert, best known for playing Laura Ingalls Wilder in the 1970s television drama "Little House on the Prairie," has thrown her bonnet in the ring for a U.S. congressional seat in Michigan.
Chinese hackers have been accessing the private emails of top U.S. national security and trade officials since April 2010, according to a new report.
From boarding the school bus to playground bullies, school can be a challenging place to navigate.
Economic conditions in the U.S. have largely returned to normal and a Federal Reserve decision to raise interest rates should come soon, officials say.
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Here's a look at some of the sports headlines making news today, Tuesday, Aug. 11.
As more kids use mobile phones and surf the web at increasingly younger ages, sexting and Internet safety are becoming bigger childhood health concerns, edging out longtime worries like smoking and teen pregnancy, a new poll suggests.