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"The LEGO Movie" filmmakers Chris Miller and Phil Lord have signed on to adapt true crime podcast "Serial" for a new TV series.
Experian, the world's biggest consumer credit monitoring firm, announced a massive data breach that exposed the personal data of 15 million people.
Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing sexual assault evidence against Bill Cosby, a county official said Thursday, pushing forward a case that could result in the first criminal charges against the comedian.
A westerly shift in the forecast track of Joaquin spared the Carolinas, New York and New Jersey, where Sandy killed more than 120 people and caused $70 billion of property damage in October 2012.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, Oct. 2.
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A gunman opened fire on Thursday at a community college in Oregon, killing 13 people and wounding some 20 others, in the latest mass killing to rock a U.S. school.
The "Before He Cheats" hitmaker is preparing to hit the road and is bringing little Isaiah along for the ride.
Some of us who love watching TV but hate watching commercials have gotten pretty good at using the remote to skip past ads during a show's playback.
Hurricane Joaquin is gathering strength as it moves over the Bahamas and officials on the East Coast are gearing up for possible landfall, three years after Superstorm Sandy devastated New York and New Jersey.
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A 2010 clip of "Judge Judy" is suddenly making the rounds again and it is a remarkable case of stupidity ... in just 26 seconds.
The "Call Me Maybe" singer will take on Didi Conn's colorful character Frenchy.
The 24-year-old "The A Team" singer penned several tracks for the British band.
Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred envisions more experiments to find ways to speed up the game.
The sale of marijuana for recreational use began in Oregon on Thursday as it joined Washington state and Colorado in allowing the sale of a drug that remains illegal under U.S. federal law.
Iran is unlikely to normalize relations with the United States despite a landmark nuclear deal reached with America and other major powers and the first handshake between a U.S. president and a high-ranking Iranian official in more than 30 years.
Ending weeks of infighting, the U.S. Congress on Wednesday voted to avert a government shutdown just hours before a midnight deadline, passing a stop-gap measure to extend funding for federal agencies until Dec. 11.