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There's no need to tell football fans in Seattle to take it up a notch. They're doing just fine, thank you.
It is one of the most important medals in Olympics history. In 1936 Jesse Owens won it and three others at the Berlin Games, spoiling Adolf Hitler's planned showcase of Aryan superiority.
OMG! Insider released video from a nearby surveillance camera showing the moment of impact of the Paul Walker car crash.
Peter Bergen says the evidence suggests that the House and Senate intelligence committee heads are wrong in saying America is no safer than it was two years ago.
The plane had crashed in a remote part of Alaska, miles from the village of St. Mary's. It was especially dark and foggy. Rescuers were having a hard time finding the Cessna wreckage and the 10 passengers.
It's standard fare for a neck-and-neck rivalry game with one second left. Outcome A: Make the field goal and win. Outcome B: Miss it and go into overtime.
Passengers aboard US Airways flight No. 2846 were waiting on the tarmac at Sky Harbor Airport when their pilot came on the intercom. "We've been notified of a health emergency aboard," passenger Dean Davidson heard.
Drag racing may have been involved in the fiery crash that killed "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker on Saturday, an investigator said Monday.
Police are investigating the death of a 30-year-old man Sunday at the Kansas City Chiefs' Arrowhead Stadium after he got into a struggle with another person.
A Good Samaritan died Saturday while trying a save two people who had been swept into the Pacific Ocean in San Pedro, California, authorities said.
Will Ferrell's "Anchorman" character Ron Burgundy takes over a local news broadcast in North Dakota.
Bob Greene says if you liked those clean highways on your holiday trip to Grandma's thank Lady Bird Johnson, who helped Americans understand why it wasn't OK to litter
Dean Obeidallah says if we must be a generation obsessed with expressing ourselves on social media, who not use it to draw attention to causes we care about? Why not photobomb to raise awareness about hunger or mental health?
Paul Waldman says the free-market solutions that conservatives still support have made U.S. health care far more expensive and exclusionary than the systems of our peer nations, which have government control