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Police: 2 killed in explosion at southwest Illinois recycling plant, bomb squad sent to scene
1-in-2-million blue lobster is caught in Maine and will head to aquarium, not dinner table
Pluto-bound spacecraft crosses orbit of Neptune on 25th anniversary of Voyager 2 Neptune flyby
Liverpool takes gamble by signing controversial Italy striker Mario Balotelli from AC Milan
The homeless man who accepted an award for Miley Cyrus at MTVâ€™s Video Music Awards met the superstar at a Los Angeles nonprofit that aims to get kids off the street.
Dr. Richard Besser goes inside a makeshift Ebola ward in Monrovia, Liberia.
This nail polish changes color on contact with date rape drugs.
Ebola continues to spread and ignite fears with the Democratic Republic of Congo reporting its first cases over the weekend. The Congo is hundreds of miles away from the nearest affected country, but officials there say they suspect they've had more than a dozen Ebola deaths. At last count on Friday, the virus had killed at least 1,427 people and sickened 1,188 more â€“ numbers thought to â€œvastly underestimateâ€? the outbreakâ€™s true toll, according to the World Health Organization, which is expected to release updated case counts soon.
Michael Brown, the Ferguson teen shot dead by a police officer, had dreams and visions of death in the weeks before his controversial shooting, his stepmother said today at Brown's funeral in St. Louis.
Expectations for central bank stimulus grow in Europe; French PM resigns in feud over economy
Juan Martin del Potro denies evading taxes in his native Argentina
Former Virginia governor faces tough questions from prosecutors about personal finances
Tiger Woods leaves swing coach Sean Foley after 4 years, no majors and plenty of back problems
Showing gratitude, Amish to build new garage for couple who returned abducted girls to family
Fighter jets scramble to escort the flight carrying the president of Sony Online Entertainment.
Go inside the life of Queen Bey.
Many of us are looking to have the word "united" practiced more in the United States in order to address all our hopes and dreams. as a great hero (mostly hardcore Democrats) and part of the country sees him as a terrible villain (mostly hardcore Republicans). This is almost a mirror image of how things were when President George W. Bush held the nation's highest office.
Miley Cyrus went the sentimental route last night and when she won for Video of the Year -- the biggest award of the night -- instead of tooting her own horn, the "Wrecking Ball" singer let a boy Jesse take the podium to spread awareness to youth homelessness. Cyrus, 21, posted pictures with Jesse all night and after the show, the two went to In-N-Out Burger to celebrate.
What should you do when calming classics like downward-facing dog and chamomile tea don't work? Check out these alternative ways to de-stress recommended by experts and recent studies.