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Police say a man broke into homes while naked, at the same time his own home was destroyed in a fire.
A star-studded remake of the 3o-year-old charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas" will help fight Ebola.
Julia Roberts has been tapped to reunite with her "Ocean's Eleven" co-star in a new financial drama.
At 10-0 Florida State is the last unbeaten school among the big five conferences.
Here's a look at the big sports stories making news today, Monday, Nov. 17.
The new site will look like Facebook but compete with professional social networks like LinkedIn.
Ten-times NHL All-Star Teemu Selanne, who played 1,451 games and won the Stanley Cup with the Anaheim Ducks, has retired.
Unheralded New England running back Jonas Gray scored four touchdowns to spark the Patriots to a 42-20 victory.
The DEA carried out surprise inspections in an investigation of alleged prescription drug abuse in the league.
MIT is excelling in a sector of society once deemed unthinkable for a bastion of brainpower: football.
Pope Francis says he would visit the U.S. next year, his first trip as leader of the 1.2 billion-member Roman Catholic Church.
The HealthCare.gov website relaunched with little fanfare this weekend and appeared to work smoothly as the second enrollment period starts.
President Barack Obama has said he will use his executive powers to make changes to America's immigration system.
The sequel to the 1994 comedy that raised stupidity to an art form, raked in $38 million.
Short of funds, and awash in global challenges, the military is betting on new technologies to stay ahead of potential foes.
Peter Kassig, the U.S. aid worker beheaded by ISIS militants, was remembered for his devotion to helping people.
How about a $6,000 tiger's head under the tree?
The U2 frontman was injured while cycling in New York's Central Park, forcing a delay in the rockers' return to "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
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New dad Chris Picco sings to his dying son in the NICU after he was delivered at just 24 weeks.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines that made history.