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Otter-ly adorable video shows the river variety of the species enjoying their enclosure's water slide at a zoo in Japan.
Crews backed by an extensive aerial fleet have increased the El Portal wildfire's containment from 19 to 34 percent.
The poster showed four characters jumping down from an exploding skyscraper underscored with a Sept. 11 release date.
In Homestead and Miami, Florida, nonprofits are working overtime to assist families whose children have recently crossed the border.
A water main broke at UCLA on Tuesday, making raging rivers of the streets and sending millions of gallons of water across the school's campus.
Starting a healthy colony beyond our solar system is going to take at least 20,000 to 40,000 people, according to a new study.
Bolt, the new ephemeral messaging app from Instagram, lets users send self-destructing photos and videos with a single tap.
If you're watching your waistline, avoid ordering anything with "monster," "bottomless" or "big" in its name.
Israeli aircraft struck dozens of Gaza sites on Wednesday, including five mosques.
Which finance house hires the most attractive people? According to one dating app, it's Goldman Sachs.
The actor broke barriers as a 1950's Asian-American male lead in "The Crimson Kimono," and went on to star in blockbusters like "Die Hard."
Allison Williams, star of HBO's "Girls" and a classically-trained singer, has been cast as Peter Pan in NBC's telecast of "Peter Pan Live!" coming this winter.
In an empty Baghdad lot ringed by old tires, young men watch souped-up cars intentionally spin out and skid: a dangerous sport called “drifting.”
"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon may be a bit of a jokester with his guests, but that doesn't mean he never aims his target at his crew.
Add AT&T to the list of Internet providers that now have a paid connection, or peering, deal with video streaming giant Netflix.
Michael Skakel, a cousin of Ethel Skakel Kennedy, Sen. Robert Kennedy's widow, was granted a new trial in the case of the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley.
Three female attorneys are telling men and women everything they need to know about pregnancy, parenting and the American workplace.