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For most high school seniors, deciding on a college comes down to one or two schools ... not one or two dozen.
"Immersive cinema" is the next frontier.
U.S. gasoline prices have risen again but at a slower pace.
James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett played a rocking version of the National Anthem before last night's NBA Finals game.
After 40 years of playing together, the Canadian rockers may quit the road for good.
Inductees were selected by the Boxing Writers Association and a panel of international boxing historians.
There are fans of the maize and blue ... and then there's this guy.
A suburban Philadelphia county was victim to an embarrassing misspelling on 26 signs posted throughout the community.
A photographer who says black dogs are often overlooked is gaining international attention for his striking canine portraits.
Actor Patrick Dempsey, better known to millions worldwide in his former role on "Grey's Anatomy," finally made it onto the Le Mans 24 Hours podium.
A Grottoes woman enters an Alford plea in a murder-for-hire case.
Google is launching a live streaming service to compete with Amazon's Twitch.
The actor was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Dinosaurs rule the earth again after "Jurassic World" debuted to a dominant $204 million at the weekend box office.
Hackers penetrated a database containing intimate and possibly damaging facts about millions of government and private sector employees.
Chicago is just one win away from its third Stanley Cup in six seasons.
The Warriors moved within one win of their first title in 40 years Sunday night, pulling away from the Cleveland Cavaliers late en route to a 104-91 victory in Game 5.
Two teens enjoying a day at the beach were badly mauled in separate shark attacks less than two hours apart on Sunday in coastal waters off North Carolina.
As the search drags into its 10th day, fresh details have emerged about the help a pair of escaped killers got from a prison employee to stage the daring jail break.