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Police in one New Hampshire town are rewarding residents for doing the right thing.
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We think the Dark Knight should be cast in the sequel.
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After jumping out of a plane, a man suffers a seizure at 9,000 feet above the ground.
The "Fifty Shades of Grey" star hosted "SNL" this weekend and a sketch featuring her joining the terrorist group has sparked controversy.
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The "great dress debate" has been dividing the Internet. Are you team #WhiteandGold or team #BlueandBlack?
The casting news comes just days after reports he pulled out of plans to appear in the sequels to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
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Canadian currency is getting the "Star Trek" treatment and bank officials are not happy.
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The Dallas Mavericks owner and star of "Shark Tank" will play the president of the U.S.
The sharp-tongued TV judge has signed a deal to keep her on the air into 2020.
A look at today in entertainment history.
Shirley Manson and her bandmates released their self-titled debut in 1995.
"Wilder Mind" is due out May 4.
For decades, new music releases came out on Tuesdays, but not anymore.
A new study shows almost half of all 12 to 35-year-olds listen to unsafe levels of music on their personal audio devices or cellphones.
LISTEN: This week's top alternative songs, according to the weekly Billboard chart.
A new tree tribute to the late George Harrison has been planted in a Los Angeles park after a beetle infestation killed off the last pine.
Just because you have a family and a mortgage doesn't mean you can't rock and roll.
The rapper has publicly apologized to Beck almost three weeks after staging a silent protest at the Grammys.
Just one final step remains before a jury is seated in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Efforts to catch families before they fall into homelessness would get a boost under a plan being pushed by Gov. Charlie Baker.
Massachusetts' all-Democratic congressional delegation is split over the decision of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to accept an invitation by House Republicans to address a session of Congress.