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GOP leaders say they will reject a Virginia Supreme Court nominee offered by Governor McAuliffe.
Virginia's two U.S. Senators vote against proposal to de-fund Planned Parenthood.
Paramount executives have picked up the rights to the 28-year-old's autobiography.
Each year millions of Americans draft virtual sports teams online and enter real-money competitions that last only a few hours.
The sequel to the 2001 comedy is still several months away but with one-liners like these, we can't wait.
After 15 years, the comedian will bid farewell as he hosts his final "Daily Show."
The argument over naming a highway for "The Piano Man" has sparked a debate over whether roads should be named for the living or only the dead.
The boy was struck by a follow-through swing near the on-deck circle.
The daughter of late the Grateful Dead frontman has launched a global art project to honor her father.
Coaches around the Southeastern Conference have had to do a little extra homework on opposing coordinators during the offseason.
A judge in Seattle has dismissed efforts by a TV host to release photographs of Kurt Cobain's death scene.
A futuristic elevator that fits neatly into the corner of a room and moves between floors of a standard home could present a more attractive proposition than the traditional stairlift.
President Barack Obama will unveil the final version of his plan to tackle greenhouse gases, kicking off what is expected to be a tumultuous legal battle between federal environmental regulators and coal industry supporters.
For U.S. coffee shops, business usually cools down as the weather heats up.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter was relieved of his International Olympic Committee ex officio membership on Monday, seven months before he will be replaced as the head of soccer's governing body.
The most powerful people in the Olympic movement have urged the U.S. to quickly find a replacement for Boston and push ahead with plans to bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
The troubled former drummer was remanded on bail by a New Zealand court for breaching the conditions of his home detention.
It's the third largest movie opening for Cruise, following the $64.9 million launch for 2004's "War of the Worlds" and $57.8 million for 2000's "Mission: Impossible 2."
The United States has decided to allow airstrikes to defend Syrian rebels trained by the U.S. military from any attackers, even if the enemies hail from forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
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