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Serena Williams finished in style to win her first title at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati.
The Federal Communications Commission wants Americans to weigh in on how they think Internet traffic should be regulated.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2016, says an indictment for abuse of power was a political move.
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"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" topped the weekend box office for a second week, beating" Guardians of the Galaxy" in a battle of superhero misfits.
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An Australian hospital apologized after mistakenly sending out death notices for 200 of its - very much alive - patients.
A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta has set a new world record for a car sold at auction.
Fans have spent thousands for a chance to sleep at the castle and have their portrait painted.
A look at the week's biggest newsmakers and the stories you won't soon forget.
An Arizona math teacher arrived drunk at her high school and hit the bottle again in the classroom, police say.
A new NASCAR rule forbids drivers from getting out of their cars during caution periods in races, following an on-track fatality last weekend.
Protests over the shooting of an unarmed black teen were boisterous but peaceful as police replaced riot gear-clad local forces and mingled with the crowd.
Gas prices fell 2.1 percent last month, after rising in June. Food prices increased 0.4 percent in July.
Ford is recalling several models - including the Taurus and Edge - to fix a power problem.
"The Big Lebowski" star is penning a book for children.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers about products being sold online that claim to prevent Ebola.
No matter how hard they try, Emma Stone and Colin Firth can't save Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight."