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You'd be tempted to call it "Once for the multi-plex" even if you didn't know both films come from the same writer/director.
The convicted murderer got caught by talking about the stolen items during jailhouse phone calls
The announcement, affecting multiple models of carseats, is the largest such recall in American history.
Extra-time goals sealed a thrilling 2-1 victory for Belgium over a spirited United States and set up a World Cup quarter-final clash with Argentina.
Time just wasn't on America's side, as the U.S. lost 2-1 to be eliminated from the World Cup.
Most Washington-area residents said the team should keep its name, but also said they believe the team will likely have to change it.
Fixtures have nothing to do with plumbing, kit means uniform, and clean sheet is a shutout. The World Cup is teaching Americans a whole new vocabulary.
Software known as the "swear-bot" will be used to police cursing on the Internet.
There was a big increase in the unemployment rate from April to May.
Williams' rep says the actor/comedian is working on maintaining his sobriety.
An effort called "Solarize Charlottesville" is underway.
A former NYPD officer found guilty of plotting to kidnap, cook and eat women has had his conviction overturned.
The Maroon 5 frontman and "The Voice" judge is making his big screen debut.
The band poked fun at the critics who wanted them banned from Glastonbury by donning bear suits.
Grocery manufacturers are struggling to adapt to the online world.
WATCH: The Pearl Jam frontman made fans cringe when he drank from a stranger's shoe on stage.
General Motors' safety crisis over deadly ignition switches deepened on Monday with the recall of 8.2 million more cars.
The trial, set to start Monday, will decide whether Shelly Sterling can become the sole controlling trustee of the family trust that owns the team.