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Hyun-Jin Ryu and Chris Sale get off to scoreless starts as Dodgers beat White Sox 5-0
Steak 'n Shake burger chain owner places order for pin-up girls with Maxim magazine purchase
Bill sponsors "tickled," animal rights group says law is "unconstitutional."
W.Va. governor lifts emergency declaration 7 weeks after chemical spill tainted water
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich made his first public appearance today since he was ousted as the country's leader -- apologizing to the Ukrainian people and taking out some apparent frustration out on his writing implement.
Russian military aircraft land at airport in regional capital of Crimea.
Rory McIlroy takes the Honda Classic lead; Tiger Woods narrowly makes it to the weekend
Century-old Maine bridge deemed in danger of collapsing proves tougher than expected to demo
Regulators take over banks in Virginia and Pennsylvania; brings US bank failures to 5 in 2014
Regent blasts University of Iowa president for sex assault remark, lack of communication
Citigroup says Mexican fraud lowers bank's 2013 earnings
Mike Trout has grand slam, 5 RBIs as Angels beat Cubs 15-3
Find out what the medical examiner learned about Philip Seymour Hoffman's death.
Comedian and talk host is back hosting the Oscars for a second time.
A melee that erupted after Utah Valley’s big win Thursday over rival New Mexico State is raising new concerns about the safety of players, officials and fans. Minutes after Utah Valley topped New Mexico State, 66-61, in overtime in a Western Athletic Conference game, New...
San Francisco police officers plead not guilty to charges outlined in indictments
"We are now deeply concerned," Obama tells reporters.