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President Barack Obama on Thursday will highlight the "structural inequality" that hurt poor black people in New Orleans before the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, during a visit to celebrate the city's progress 10 years after the storm.
Social media postings by a person who appeared to be Flanagan indicated the suspect had grievances against the station, CBS affiliate WDBJ7 in Roanoke, Virginia, which let him go two years ago.
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Could a Big Mac - Whopper hybrid be happening? And, if so, would you eat it?
The stars jetted off on vacation together last month and "The Hunger Games" star has since revealed they are hoping to play sisters in an untitled comedy.
The soul star is among the contestants hoping to bust a move on the hit reality TV competition.
Skeletal remains believed to be those of a male were found late Wednesday afternoon at I-64 and Route 20.
State Police say the suspect in the shooting deaths of two WDBJ employees took his own life after killing a reporter and cameraman.
Two journalists were fatally shot on live TV and authorities say the disgruntled former coworker who pulled the trigger has also died.
This Oregon wedding had a new twist on the traditional "open bar."
Joe Perry is still pinching himself after getting the chance to work with his musical hero Sir Paul McCartney.
Serena Williams is aiming to complete the first calendar-year grand slam in 27 years when the U.S. Open begins on Monday in New York.
While the final chance to see all the surviving members of Grateful Dead jam out together came and went with their epic “Fare Thee Well” reunion concerts, the Dead aren’t exactly done.
U.S. consumer confidence hit a seven-month high in August and new single-family home sales rebounded in July, suggesting underlying strength in the economy that could still allow the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.
The spy spoof - at one point titled "Eight Arms to Hold You" - opened on Aug. 25, 1965.
Tennessee is studying its football players' sleep habits to make sure they don't get caught napping when a game's on the line.
U.S. stock index futures were sharply higher on Wednesday, a day after a rally on Wall Street fizzled as concerns about China's economy overwhelmed a bout of bargain-hunting.