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The Detroit Lions opened their new coaching era in dynamic fashion with a 35-14 victory over the New York Giants on Monday.
Arizona pulled off a fourth-quarter comeback with two clutch drives to edge the San Diego Chargers 18-17 on Monday.
President Barack Obama's top health adviser says the public and businesses want to move on with implementing the law.
The NFL suspended the running back indefinitely, hours after video surfaced showing him punching his then-fiancée.
President Barack Obama will meet with lawmakers as the administration seeks support for an offensive against Islamic State militants.
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A 25-bed field hospital will provide medical care for health workers trying to contain the fast spreading Ebola virus.
Find out which celebrities will be blowing out candles on birthday cake today.
The "Training Day" star says he should be the next 007 and he wants you to help make it happen.
The widening gap between rich and poor is unlikely to improve any time soon.
Hundreds of children across the Midwest have been stricken by a potentially serious respiratory illness, and doctors say it could be "just the tip of the iceberg."
One of the pop star's two Canadian legal battles has resolved itself, with the prosecutor dropping charges.
The "How I Met Your Mother" star has married his longtime partner David Burtka.
Tech companies are trying to come up with ways to help people do a better job of taking pictures of themselves.
More than 1,000 people flown in to a small resort town to film a Bud Light commercial had problems leaving the party.
The retired NBA star wants to add policeman to his resumé.
The "Gravity" star is set to wed a British lawyer later this month.
The "American Idol" alum returns to the stage for the first time since giving birth to daughter River Rose.
The comedian turned cabbie for a night, taking the wheel so his driver could play the saxophone.