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2 Louisiana slayings may be racially motivated: police

BATON ROUGE, La. –  The slayings of two black men in Baton Rouge last

3 arrested for 'rape table'

Three Customs and Border Protection officers working out of Newark Liberty Inter

Gross ‘fatberg’ clogs sewer

Engineers are battling a 143-ton so-called “fatberg” of diapers, fat

A Digital Congress Will Crush the Status Quo

We should discuss having a digital Congress; it would crush the status quo. 

NASA space psychology subjects ending 8 months of isolation

After eight months of living in isolation on a remote Hawaii volcano, six NASA-b

Bette Davis' shocking betrayal

Hollywood rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford had one heartbreaking t

The iPhone X's processor is more powerful than the newest MacBook Pro

One of the many things that leaked before the iPhone X event this week was the A

Fort Bragg soldiers charged in deadly NC parking lot shooting

Two Fort Bragg soldiers and a third man have been arrested and charged with murd

I'm a Little Teacup

Sometimes I feel empty, and I have to remind myself: You are not an endless foun

Ga. Tech student shot dead by police on campus

A student at the Georgia Institute of Technology died early Sunday after police

Model goes from Chipotle to runway in 10 days after being discovered

One minute, Remington Williams was scrubbing dishes at a fast food restaurant in

NYC hospital hit with $2.5M lawsuit after allegedly faxing man's HIV diagnosis to his workplace

A man has filed suit against a New York City hospital he says disclosed his HIV

Lady Gaga's chronic pain: What is fibromyalgia?

Singer Lady Gaga recently revealed that she has fibromyalgia; the painful c

WWE star Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan dies

World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. (WWE) Hall of Famer Bobby “The Brain&rd

IT Cosmetics CEO told she was too fat to sell makeup

Jamie Kern Lima, co-founder and CEO of IT Cosmetics, has a long list of accompli

GOING TO 'FIGHT THIS' Arpaio fires back at judge in his contempt case

Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio is firing back at U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton for

CARIBBEAN DANGER Maria strengthens into hurricane, islands on alert

Less than two weeks after Hurricane Irma left a path of destruction in the Carib

PULLING NO PUNCHES: Hollywood piles on the Trump mockery at Emmys

Everyone expected the smattering of stars at the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awar

BELLWETHER Listen up, UN -- Trump means what he's telling you

To all you besuited, bespectacled, and soon-to-be bewildered diplomats slogging

This Day in History - September 18

September 18 96 – Roman Emperor Domitian dies 1634 – Englishwo