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A look back on some of Hollywood's most notable moments.
A special effects editor who worked on "Game of Thrones" has been mauled to death by a lion at a safari park in South Africa.
A Massachusetts man slain by law enforcement officers had discussed plans to behead police officers with an associate arrested the same day.
Novak Djokovic handed nine-times champion Rafa Nadal his second defeat in 11 years at Roland Garros.
The world economy risks a low-growth spiral unless measures are taken to spur demand and incite businesses to boost sluggish investments.
A man who was under surveillance by terrorism investigators lunged with a knife at a police in Boston.
Fire officials are working to determine what caused a fire that broke out at the JFK Middle School in Northampton this morning
The Y has sent a letter to its members saying CEO David Marks is leaving the organization after leading it for more than a decade.
Shuttered buildings have become a vivid symbol of the fight over Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's education reform.
It's time to check back in on Vincent, Turtle, Drama, E and Ari with an unnecessary Entourage feature.
There's a new Chinese restaurant in Rochester. The name? I Don't Know.
Apple will recall about 233,000 Pill XL portable wireless speakers due to a fire hazard from overheating batteries.
It doesn't look like Turners Falls will have a summer "block party" this year
The Tennesse Gas Pipleine company has unveiled the location it's planning for one of the compressor stations for its proposed natural gas pipeline
The Easthampton Community Center will receive funding from the city for it's summer children's meal program
The Montague Police Department is following the lead a Massachusetts coastal town has taken to try and get heroin off its streets
Fox executives are reportedly planning to revive cult drama "Prison Break" six years after it was taken off-air.
HBO's "Veep" has filmed in Maryland for four years, but its future in the state is in question after the series scored $6.5 million in California film tax credits.
Steven Bradley has announced his immediate resignation to deal with what are being termed "unexpected and urgent family-related issues.
Stocks are opening slightly higher as traders following reports that companies stepped up hiring in May.