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Gordon Hayward: 'I'm definitely rooting for Team Liquid'
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Donald Trump ruled out Thursday a pathway to legal status for undocumented immigrants in the United States, walking back comments he made earlier this week in which he appeared open to the idea.
Thomas on tweet to Norman: Was speaking fact
Jeb Bush hammered Donald Trump Thursday after the Republican presidential nominee appeared open to major shifts on his immigration platform -- several of which echoed the former Florida governor's during the GOP primary fight.
Georgia police have released body-cam footage of an officer risking his own life to save a passenger from a fiery SUV wreck minutes before an explosion.
Donald Trump defended Thursday calling Hillary Clinton a "bigot," arguing that her policies are a personal reflection because she knows they are destined to fail minority communities.
Authorities have identified a sixth man killed in an explosion and fire at a Maryland apartment complex
Legendary NBA star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said the gender pay gap is an "injustice" and that men have "gotta get over" their problems with equal pay for women.
Jones' website was taken offline after the hack was exposed Wednesday.        
Authorities say it's too early to say how two Catholic nuns died who were found slain in rural Mississippi
Ed Henry, the former White House correspondent for Fox News, is returning to the network after a nearly four-month break after a tabloid revealed he'd cheated on his wife. He'll start Monday as a general assignment reporter.
Ryan Lochte is reportedly leaving the swimming pool for the dance floor.        
Civil rights groups are renewing calls for an independent investigation into the fatal shooting of a terrorism suspect accused of pointing a knife at police in Boston
The plan would cover an estimated six million people and could make the state the first to require companies to take part in such a system.
How did Andrew Luck splurge after agreeing to $140 million deal? A new flip phone
President Jimmy Carter was building a home for Habitat for Humanity this week, one year after announcing he had cancer.
The city of Jackson, Mississippi, says a sexual harassment lawsuit that a former employee filed against the mayor is an "egregious character assassination and political ploy."
In flood-ravaged Louisiana, a cleanup contractor who specializes in disaster recovery operations helps Baton Rouge clean up debris. Cleanup crews say the destruction is much worse than reported.
The recent death of a 4-foot-1 cabaret act known as "Mini Kim Kardashian" reveals the uncomfortable reality of how slowly things have evolved since the days of the freak show.
If Hillary Clinton beats Donald Trump, her party will have set a record in American politics.
After making 300 mediocre bagels, one man finally finds the secret to making that New York bagel at home.
The federal government, others who sued to overturn North Carolina's voter identification law tell U.S. Supreme Court that keeping the photo ID mandate in place for the November elections would harm black voters
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Unlike other victims, the survivor of the most recent Phoenix shooting involving a serial killer may have gotten the clearest glimpse yet of the suspect
More than 65 pounds of heroin were smuggled across the Mexican border with Texas and transported across the country to a house 30 miles north of New York City.
Patriots' trade for Barkevious Mingo follows their modus operandi
Body-cam footage and 911 call capture the terrifying scene before the SUV exploded.
It will also test new ways for businesses to communicate with users on the app. The privacy policy changes mark the long-expected move by Facebook to begin making money from the free app.
Two nuns were found dead Thursday in a home in Holmes County, Mississippi, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth announced.
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