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'Loving' review Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga shine in movie about interracial romance
Six million years ago, giant otters weighing more than 100 pounds lived among birds and water lilies in the wooded wetlands of China's Yunnan province. The discovery sheds light on how otters evolved.
'Hacksaw Ridge' review Mel Gibson makes directorial comeback with World War II film
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Prosecutors have released videos of a police shooting that show an officer firing short range at a suspect who refused to drop a metal stick during a fight near the Salt Lake City homeless shelter
For many weeks, the president said he would step away from managing his businesses, but offered no evidence. Now documents are turning up, showing he no longer is listed as top executive.
The African Player of the Year will play no further part in this edition of the Africa Cup of Nations.
Pittsburgh's acting police chief is describing the fatal police shooting of a homeowner by officers responding to a home burglar alarm as a "horrible chain of events." Christopher Thompkins was killed by police early Sunday
Transportation officials in Washington say the more than a million trips taken on the city's rail system Saturday make the day the second highest ridership day in the system's history
Seven people have been buried in the wrong graves at a Rhode Island veterans' cemetery because grave markers in one row were off by a burial plot
Samsung held a press conference Monday to discuss its findings on the Galaxy Note 7. The company placed most of the blame on its battery suppliers.        
The satellite can scan the entire Western Hemisphere in just five minutes.        
A champion of limited government, Pai has indicated plans to reel back Internet and other regulations. As FCC commissioner since 2012, Pai typically was a reliable opponent of Democrats' proposals.
Once you lose faith in one institution, you start to lose faith in them all. Lessons from Putin’s Moscow.
As an engineer for the US Digital Service, Marianne Bellotti has encountered vintage mainframes that are still being used in production — sometimes even powering web apps.
Yahoo's sale to Verizon is now expected to close in the second quarter of this year, a delay from initial plans to close to the deal this quarter.
Jonathan Murphy, the good Samaritan who was shot and killed after intervening during an attempted burglary at a mall in San Antonio, Texas, went to the mall with his wife to get their wedding rings cleaned, according to the boyfriend of Murphy's stepdaughter.
University of California President Janet Napolitano has returned to work after being hospitalized last week following side effects from cancer treatment
The story -- which will also become a TV show -- gets the audio treatment.        
Claims about the size of crowds for both President Trump's inauguration and the protests that followed the day after, are being debated. Scientists struggle with how to do that kind of head count.
Stephen R. Reed, who served as mayor for 28 years, spent millions in taxpayer dollars on plans to build a museum dedicated to the Wild West.
Think high-school yearbook superlatives — if Luke Bryan and Chris Brown were classmates.        
A nasty slam at 10-year-old Trump son produces social media storm.        
A United Nations official says more than half a million children in the West African area wracked by Boko Haram are so malnourished their lives could be endangered if they don't get aid
In the new trailer for the highly anticipated (at least in some circles) Britney Spears Lifetime biopic, fans get a taste of what they came for.
The president of Oklahoma State University has apologized after a white student posted an image of herself on social media in blackface
Rep. Mick Mulvaney throughout his legislative career took a hard line on unpaid taxes for government employees and officials -- a backdrop to his own tax issue as he prepares for his Tuesday confirmation hearing.
After enactment of Obamacare, health insurance coverage increased by nearly 5% among chronically ill patients between 18 and 64, according to a new study.
Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer gave rave reviews to White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday calling his performance "excellent" despite a rocky start on Saturday.
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From the disappearance of a "Baroness" in the Galapagos Islands to the poisoning of a scientist in Antarctica, these mysteries baffle historians.
Money is shrouded in mystery in porn. While it's widely presumed to be a multi-billion dollar industry, there's no real accounting to back that up.
The Capitol Hill treehouse furor is another example of growing intolerance for kid-fueled enterprises.
The insatiable demand for ivory is causing a dramatic decline in the number of African elephants. Poachers are hunting the animal faster than it can reproduce, a new study finds.
A snake blamed for animal disappearances in rural Missouri was shot by a resident and identified as a Burmese python measuring more than 14 feet long.
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