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An emotional "pick" for Baylor's Isaiah Austin, whose draft dreams were cut short by a diagnosis of Marfan syndrome.
A suspected leader of the 2012 attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi is expected to arrive after his journey at sea.
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Peanut goes from "ugliest" to dog-gone adorable.
Germany, the U.S., and Algeria sealed the last 16 World Cup places on Thursday but much of the spotlight was on the tournament's bad boy Luis Suarez.
Iraqi helicopters fired on a university in Tikrit to dislodge insurgents who overran the city and brought them close to Baghdad.
The White House sent Congress a 2015 war-funding request on Thursday of nearly $60 billion, a drop of $20 billion.
Four of the first eight players selected into the world's leading professional basketball league came from outside the United States.
The untitled TV project from the Rolling Stones frontman follows the exploits of a record executive in 1970s New York.
President Barack Obama appealed to Central American parents in his most forceful comments yet on the emerging humanitarian crisis.
Andrew Wiggins from the University of Kansas was taken with the number one pick of the 2014 NBA draft.
Former Virginia standout Joe Harris won't have to change team names now that he's a professional.
A recently-fired Chik-fil-A employee is accused of robbing the store's competitor at gunpoint.
A look back on the headlines in Hollywood's history books.
A panel has urged the Albemarle School Board to modernize many of the county's classroom spaces.
The County School Board has approved a salary increase for its members, and the same 1% pay hike for the Superintendent.
City Councilors are learning more about the experiences of black and white youth in the juvenile justice system.
A federal judge has refused to let a onetime Attorney General be an expert witness in Bob McDonnell's upcoming trial.
This isn't "Wet Hot American Summer 2," but it's just as ridiculous!