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The Lamb of God frontman is releasing his memoir later this month.
The Washington Redskins have lost an emotionally charged battle over whether the team's name is an ethnic slur.
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star and convicted felon Teresa Giudice recently got a visit from her husband Joe and the couple's four daughters.
The streaming network announced release plans for four movies, laying out the schedule for its high-profile push into original films.
Traded on the NYSE was suspended and thousands of flights were temporarily grounded on Wednesday as officials scrambled to fix "glitches."
Many people dislike receiving robocalls. Araceli King disliked receiving 153 of them from a single company.
Checking emails at home is just part of the job for most Americans, who would also prefer to receive money rather than more paid vacation or sick days, according to a poll.
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star dons his pirate gear to visit some young patients in an Australian hospital.
The untitled project, slated for release in 2018, will be the second stand-alone "Star Wars" anthology film, following the release of "Rogue One" next year.
A lawyer for the Nine Inch Nails singer has fired off a cease and desist letter to politicians accused of using the NIN logo to promote Alberta, Canada.
For all her on-court positivity, Sharapova has become a punching bag for Williams since 2004, the year she stunned the tennis world by beating the American to the Wimbledon title.
Sometimes dreams do come true!
Small, but mighty, this groundbreaking technology could help protect against concussions and brain injury.
Iran has offered "constructive solutions" to resolve disputes in nuclear talks with six major powers, but Western officials suggested they had heard nothing new from Tehran.
The 1984 Summer Olympic Torch carried through Nevada is going on the auction block where it could fetch $20,000 or more.
Members of the U.S. team wore shirts at Tuesday's rally emblazoned with the words "World Champions."
The fallout comes after court documents revealed that Cosby testified that he'd obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with.