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The longest-serving mayor in Boston history who led the city after the 2013 marathon bombing, has died.
Boston's longest-serving mayor Tom Menino has died after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Cook wrote a column published on Thursday and said he hopes that his declaration can help others.
World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner was awarded a new truck with "technology and stuff" by a very nervous Chevy employee and Twitter took notice.
A smaller trade deficit and a surge in defense spending buoyed U.S. economic growth in the third quarter.
There was a time when parents would have freaked out to hear their kids were learning words from Ice Cube.
The "All About That Bass" singer is the first Epic Records artist to score eight weeks at No. 1 on the pop charts.
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The "Harry Potter" star performs the tongue-twisting "Alphabet Aerobics" and it's hilarious.
Phil Collins has ruled out a reunion of the classic Genesis line-up because he can never play the drums again.
The R&B singer has settled two civil suits stemming from separate altercations last year.
The lawsuit, filed by former players, alleges teams gave them powerful painkillers to keep them on the playing field.
Here is a look at some of the biggest headlines in sports today, Thursday, Oct. 30.
An NFL franchise in London could generate more than $250 million a year for Britain, according to a new study.
Charlotte Hornets forward Jeffery Taylor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic assault.
The former "Full House" star has reportedly married her longtime boyfriend.
Heavy metal rockers Slipknot took the lead on the weekly chart, a week ahead of Taylor Swift's projected year's biggest album opening.
The pair were arrested on suspicion of stealing a camera from a photographer last month.
Americans could continue to see cases of Ebola in the U.S. until the outbreak in West Africa is contained.
The house has been transformed with blue plastic barrels, bio-hazard stickers, yellow caution tape and the word "QUARANTINE."