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It's also likely quarterback Tom Brady "was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities," a new investigation concludes. FULL STORY
President Bill Clinton on Wednesday conceded that over-incarceration in the United States stems in part from policies passed under his administration.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar "Jahar" Tsarnaev was a quiet, studious boy who looked up to his eldest brother in a dysfunctional home where his parents often quarreled, Tsarnaev's former brother-in-law recalled Wednesday.
She's one of the most popular sports celebrities in South Korea, but don't expect Son Yeon-Jae to make a big fuss about it. In fact, she will probably just blush.
This Mother's Day, we asked moms to share all the ways they're nailing it. A lot of mothers were uncomfortable bragging about themselves, but we're glad they did.
Tiger Woods says he hasn't slept well the past few days. But while Woods is about to compete in his first tournament since the Masters, he says golf is not the reason for the restless nights.
In the stillness of night, Yasmine Habash looks upward at an almost full moon. It shines brighter than any of the bulbs on the hotel grounds.
Former House Speaker Jim Wright died early Wednesday morning at a nursing home in Fort Worth, Texas.
The fracturing of Britain's once stable political order likely will make it difficult for anyone to form a strong and coherent government.
Here's one politician who doesn't need a "Scooby" van, a $1 sweater or a Chipotle run to show she gets everyday people.
Britain is holding an election Thursday that could result in a new political leader. You knew that, right?
If they can rouse themselves from a disinterested funk, Britons will be yawning their way to voting booths this week after what most people agree has been one of the dullest campaigns since ... since ... oh who cares.
Traditionally, the British liked their politics simple: There were two big parties, one or the other won most of the seats in the House of Commons at election time, and the party leader became prime minister.
American Airlines will launch its 787 Dreamliner service Thursday, despite a recent Federal Aviation Administration order related to its power supply, a company official said.
The Pentagon considered, and then rejected, the idea of stopping routine intercepts of Russian military aircraft flying off the coast of Alaska, because the U.S. intercept flights appeared to have limited deterrent or intelligence value, according to two U.S. defense officials.
After a 4-month battle with ISIS, Kurdish forces liberated the Syrian city of Kobani from ISIS control, but not without near-total destruction of the city.