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Judge Judith Sheindlin is embarking on her 20th season on TV.
Don Draper's blissful smile closed the series finale of "Mad Men" in May, and on Sunday actor Jon Hamm could find some redemption of his own.
The Weeknd has scored a remarkable chart double in America after taking his "Can't Feel My Face" hit back to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
The R&B is building a new safe haven for women in memory of his late daughter.
More than a dozen of those accusers have been interviewed about their experiences for an hour-long program titled "Cosby: The Women Speak," on A&E.
The Minneapolis-based discounter is testing the online grocery delivery waters.
Senate Republicans will try a second time to move ahead on a resolution rejecting the Iran nuclear deal, but the outcome is expected to be the same.
The rise and fall of Lance Armstrong, from cancer-beating Tour de France champion to admitted drug cheat, gets the crime story treatment.
The soul singer will be among those performing during the visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia later this month.
A U.S. airman who helped disarm a gunman on a Paris-bound train last month will receive a Purple Heart medal, in an unusual award of the honor to a serviceman wounded while not in a combat zone.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, Sept. 15.
A downtown Dallas rally by presidential hopeful Donald Trump produced some of the sharpest scenes of conflict yet.
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"The Science Guy" explains how our brains process so much information when everything in our world is connected to the Internet, using a language everyone can understand.
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Police say a repeat shoplifter has been caught with his pants up — but full of raspberry cookies.
A Republican lawmaker says he's filing an initiative to the Legislature that would require state Supreme Court justices to recuse themselves from cases if they've received large campaign contributions from those before the court.
The Suquamish Tribe and Washington State Liquor Cannabis Board have signed what they say is the nation's first state-tribal marijuana compact.
The council voted to send the new offer to the county.
An eight million dollar bridge project finished 12 days ahead of schedule.