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Economic growth braked more sharply than expected as harsh weather dampened consumer spending but there are signs activity is picking up.
Today's game against the Chicago White Sox will be a first for the MLB: it will be played in a closed stadium.
Toya Graham, who was captured on video smacking her teenage son for participating in the Baltimore riots, says she was "shocked" to see her son in the crowd.
Demand for more natural products is on the rise amid concerns that widespread antibiotic use can lead to drug-resistant germs.
Thousands of police in riot gear and National Guard troops dispersed protesters with pepper spray a day after the city was shaken by fires and violence.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable moments.
Investigators have sought 39-year-old Matthew Dion since March 2014.
"Zelda," "Pong," and "Super Mario Bros." are also in the running to be inducted as part of the inaugural Hall of Fame class.
Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league office and its management council will file tax returns as taxable entities for the 2015 fiscal year.
Jay Z has "99 Problems" and we're guessing his controversial new streaming venture tops the list.
She will star in a biography about the woman who helped countless slaves escape to freedom.
One superfan claims she isn't sleeping or eating because she is so distraught over the death of Patrick Dempsey's character.
Get a look at some of the top horses hoping to cross the finish line at this weekend's race.
The "Baby" hitmaker has been accused of putting students in danger by gatecrashing a prom in L.A. on Saturday night.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, April 28.
The songstress arrived in a classic 1936 pink convertible trailing behind 18 mobile billboards bearing the titles of her number one hits.