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Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to undergo another 125 hours of community service after a judge rejected more than half of the work she allegedly completed.
The men allegedly planned to travel to Syria to fight for Islamic State, and also expressed a willingness to carry out attacks on U.S. soil.
Get ready to dive into a giant vault filled with gold coins because the hit '80s cartoon is coming back!
All those people who complained about U2's free album account appear to be a vocal minority.
Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam expects to run for Governor in 2017.
This is simply outstanding!
Hall of Famers Rollie Fingers, Tom Glavine, Phil Niekro, and Ozzie Smith are returning to Doubleday Field.
The use of emojis has become universal — but their look hasn't.
Jimmy Page wanted to remaster Led Zeppelin's music because he hates how modern versions sound.
"Pee-wee's Big Holiday" will be a collaboration from moviemaker Judd Apatow and Paul Reubens.
A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, Feb. 25.
Giancarlo Stanton says he's fully recovered from the September beaning that ended his 2014 season.
Iconic poet Maya Angelou is set to be posthumously honored by the U.S. Post Office.
The actress announced the happy news on Tuesday night.
If "king for a day" sounds too majestic, a small Hungarian village will let you become deputy mayor for a few days.
With a 5-0 vote, the council approved the $2 billion plan at a meeting Tuesday night.
A Supreme Court case over the legality of federal subsidies that help millions of Americans afford health coverage poses risks to both political parties.
Senate GOP leaders have agreed to Democratic demands and announced legislation to fund the Homeland Security Department without contentious immigration provisions.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
A Texas jury found Eddie Ray Routh guilty of murdering the former U.S. Navy SEAL whose autobiography was turned into the hit movie "American Sniper."