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Some of our favorite photos and tweets from #Snowmageddon2015.
Many sports fans believe the Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots, engulfed in the so-called "DeflateGate" scandal, are cheaters.
The right-hander also player for the Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees, and San Francisco Giants.
Glendale, Arizona is suffering deep financial issues in its efforts to become a sports destination.
The team escaped a blizzard to make their way to Arizona, but there's no avoiding another storm as the mystery of the deflated footballs continues to swirl.
Ava DuVernay, the director behind the Oscar-nominated MLK, Jr. biopic plans a feature film set in the time of Hurricane Katrina.
A man shot two police officers shortly after a swearing in ceremony at a city hall in a Minneapolis suburb.
A potentially historic snowstorm has canceled flights, shuttered schools and businesses, and threatens millions of Americans.
The Obama administration is unveiling what it calls a historic shift in the way Medicare pays hospitals and doctors.
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Tom Petty "Won't Back Down" over the similarities between his 1989 hit and the Grammy-nominated "Stay With Me."
The veteran rocker has struck a deal with bosses of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) to send out copies of his latest record.
The "American Idol" winner wants to be released from recording and merchandising deals linked to the TV talent show.
Services for 84-year-old Eugene Kehoe of Spencer will be Friday, Jan. 30th, at 11am at the funeral chapel with burial…
There are so many different genetic forms of autism that using the singular term is misleading, researchers say.