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"It would be a lot of fun," Sherman said. "He's a great player. We have had some pretty cool battles over four, five years. It'd be fun."
U.S. President Barack Obama plans to deploy a small number of special operations forces to Syria.
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber abruptly canceled his concert in Oslo on Thursday night after performing just one song.
Lady Gaga is continuing her jazzy period.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Dan Campbell's magic wore off against a winning team.
Ferndale and Lummi got wins last night
More than a dozen powers are heading to Vienna for a fresh effort to end Syria's four-year civil war in which the United States and its Western and Gulf allies are at odds with Russia and its regional supporters, including Iran.
U.S. holiday sales are expected to rise modestly, as a sluggish economic recovery is likely to weigh on consumer spending.
The retailer is launching a new mobile app to reduce waiting times for in-store pickup of online orders.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Supporters of a carbon tax have turned in tens of thousands of signatures in order to qualify the initiative.
Small Business Administration offers wildfire disaster loans SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest disaster loans…
The Seattle Times reports before Haggen’s majority owners bought 146 stores from Albertsons, it reached a deal to sell much of the property under the stores and lease the buildings back.
Brady threw for 356 yards and four touchdowns — two to Julian Edelman — and the Patriots beat the Miami Dolphins 36-7 on Thursday night to become the first of the NFL's five unbeaten teams to reach seven wins.