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Emergency crews were called to a Belmont Street home Saturday afternoon.
A new survey finds that China's economic muscle remains a bigger concern for Americans than security threats posed by cyberattacks and the Asian nation's growing military power.
Apple just announced plans to sell a $99 pencil, and no, we're not joking.
While it isn't officially fall yet, it is Apple season.
The "Modern Family" star is among the world's highest paid actresses.
The "Spider-Man" star is taking his talents back to his alma mater, to teach film class.
The NFL season kicks off tomorrow ... let's weigh the good and the bad.
The "Uptown Funk" singer headlined the halftime show in 2014 and he could become just hte fourth performer in history to headline more than once.
Police say the driver of a milk tanker crashed after he choked on a soft drink.
The "Bad Blood" hitmaker has racked up a thousand more followers than Kim Kardashian.
The NFL commissioner says he is willing to lessen his role in the player discipline process, but is still reluctant to give up final say.
The singer will be the porky diva's first new man since splitting from longtime boyfriend Kermit the Frog.
Diabetes affects up to 14 percent of the U.S. population – an increase from nearly 10 percent in the early 1990s - yet over a third of cases still go undiagnosed, according to a new analysis.
Tyler Sash was found dead on Tuesday at the age of 27.
For every bank-breaking blockbuster, there is a big box office disappointment.
The fate of another book Lee worked on - a true-crime story - remains a mystery.
Insomniacs, light sleepers and others who blink bleary eyes every morning could be the next target of technology companies looking to come up with ideas to improve any given aspect of consumers' lives.
Before they found fame, or found each other, what did celebrity couples like Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw do in their first jobs?
U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for the first time apologized for using a private email server for her official communications as secretary of state.