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Malone Died From Natural Causes

A medical examiner says basketball legend Moses Malone died of natural causes in a Norfolk hotel.


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U.S. expects more criminal charges in FIFA corruption probe

U.S. authorities have expanded their investigations into corruption within global soccer and expect to file additional criminal charges, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Monday.


in Music

Iron Maiden heading to China as part of World Tour

The band will perform in China for the first time after announcing details of their 2016 Book of Souls world tour.


in Music

REO Speedwagon star Gary Richrath dead at 65

Richrath played with the band from 1970 until 1989 and wrote their U.S. Billboard top five hit "Take It On The Run."


in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA

Gas Prices Continue To Plummet

AAA-Virginia says gas prices were lower on Labor Day than they've been for a decade.

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Group Challenges 2011 Redistricting Plans

There's a new legal challenge involving Virginia's 2011 redistricting.


in Music

Whitney Houston hologram show in the works

The superstar, who died in 2012, will become the latest big name to return to the stage in digital form, thanks to cutting-edge new technology.


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Ringo Starr auction to feature 800 items

Over 800 items owned by Ringo Starr and his wife, Barbara Bach, including a three-piece drum kit he used in over 200 performances and recordings, will be auctioned later this year.


in Weird

You’ll never guess where they found this diamond

A police investigation in Thailand has literally gotten to the bottom of the theft of a $278,000 diamond last week.


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Schools face teacher shortages after years of cuts

After years of recession-related layoffs and hiring freezes, school systems across the United States are in urgent need of more qualified teachers.


in National

GOP leaders’ complex fight to avoid federal shutdown

Republican leaders on Capitol Hill say there'll be no government shutdown this year. But with Congress, it's never easy.


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Gas prices down 27 cents

Further price drops are likely if crude oil prices don't skyrocket, because the Sept. 15 change to winter grade gasoline comes with a cost cut in much of the country.


in Entertainment

‘Jurassic World’ is summer’s most mistake-ridden release

The monster epic stomped to record box office takings upon its release in June, but it's also earned the less impressive title as the film with the most gaffes.


in Sports

Floyd Mayweather hangs it up

The boxing champ announced his retirement from the ring after successfully defeating Andre Berto to take his record to 49-0.


in Lifestyle

Parents beware: Tricycles injure thousands each year

A new study cautions parents about the dangers of tricycles for kids.


in Music

Aretha Franklin expands legal fight against ‘Amazing Grace’

The legendary soul singer wants a judge to block the release of the documentary, which contains footage shot in 1972.


in Sports

WATCH: Top fantasy performers of NFL week 1

Is your fantasy team already off to a rocky start? Check out this week's biggest impact players, and don't worry ... it's only week 1.


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Mariota makes memorable NFL entrance

Rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota threw four touchdown passes in the first half, looking like a pro in his NFL debut as the Tennessee Titans had an easy opener, throttling the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jameis Winston 42-14 at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday.


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Djokovic conquers Federer at U.S. Open for tenth major title

Novak Djokovic closed out the grand slam campaign in style beating long time rival Roger Federer to claim the U.S. Open, leaving the Serb a hair away from one of the greatest seasons of all-time.


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White House to announce steps to ease access to student aid

Among the measures Obama will announce in Des Moines, Iowa, on Monday will be allowing aspiring college students and their families to apply earlier under the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.

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MOVIES: 31 days of Halloween

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Get into the Halloween spirit by watching one of these scary movies.