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Updated at 1:04 PM

Nia Vardalos has joined Shonda Rhimes' newest drama, The Catch. According to...

Updated at 12:50 PM

Very brutal criminals are facing justice. On March 24, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) convicted Radovan Karadžic of genocide. He is responsible for a massacre of approximately 8,000 men and boys in Srebrenica in...

Posted at 12:45 PM

A flat tire on the interstate is nothing unusual. But when it's caused by damaged pavement that was struck by a bolt of lightning, well, that's something else altogether.

Posted at 12:45 PM

Airbnb has teamed up with Aquarium de Paris and opened their first underwater bedroom. Oh, but you'll be sharing with 35 sharks.

Updated at 12:43 PM

The Boston Red Sox announced before their final spring training game Thursday that Travis Shaw, a 25-year-old who made his big league debut last May, will be their starting third baseman. And now, Pablo Sandoval has become a $95 million bench player.

Posted at 12:30 PM

The hospitality landscape has been a-changin' since the turn-of-the-21st-century citizens came of travel age. Hotel developers have started to replace some of the fustier features, such as mini-bars and room service, with more modern ones, such as...

Posted at 12:15 PM

If you search “Tinder for dogs,” there are more results than you may have expected, including websites and apps like AllPaws, Tindog, and BarkBuddy, just to name a few. But one website is taking it a step farther — instead of...

Posted at 12:15 PM

A video posted on social media last week shows anonymous members of an anarchist group covering Hollywood Walk of Fame stars with the names of African Americans who have been killed by police. [video]

Updated at 11:55 AM

Gatehouse Media is changing the way videos appear on our web pages. The front-page section of collected videos will be empty for a while, but videos will still be available on other parts of the website.

Updated at 11:53 AM

Delaware was one of 24 states to receive the grant

Posted at 11:45 AM

Could giving underprivileged families vouchers for private school to get their kids out of chaotic public school classrooms reduce crime down the road? A new study on Milwaukee's voucher program suggests this may already be happening.

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