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Democrat Martin O'Malley and Republican Donald Trump will be among the first candidates to sign up for New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary.
Google is putting a different twist on the concept of "automated reply."
Despite a broad budget deal, the White House and Republicans controlling Congress must sort through dozens of policy issues and funding fights if they are to avoid a holiday season government shutdown.
The first College Football Playoff selection committee rankings are out.
The Titans lost 20-6 to the Houston Texans on Sunday, their sixth straight defeat.
Chipotle, which is grappling with its third food safety incident this year, has closed all its 43 restaurants located in and around Seattle and Portland because of the E. coli O26 outbreak.
The U.S. House and Senate Armed Services Committees said on Tuesday a version of the National Defense Authorization Act, a sweeping defense policy bill, would go before Congress this week, with $5 billion of cuts reflecting a budget deal passed last week.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, Nov. 4.
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The comedian has signed a deal with HBO, his first entertainment project since quitting "The Daily Show" in August.
Millions of cars carrying Takata-made parts have been recalled around the world.
Lions Gate Entertainment says the movie franchise has been licensed for development in a theme park.
Before the home opener, the Minnesota Timberwolves played a heartfelt tribute to the legendary coach and player.
The NFL says it has agreed to play three games over the next three seasons at Twickenham, the home of England's national rugby team.
The filmmaker who won acclaim earlier this year with his documentary about Amy Winehouse is now tackling the rise and fall of British rockers Oasis.