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Honda now says it will recall more than 2.2 million vehicles due to faulty Takata airbags, about 500,000 more than was originally reported.
Police gave no details but said they're investigating the discovery of six bodies in a Chicago house as a homicide.
Dorm Room CEOs: Noah Whinston launched an e-sports franchise at 21 years old, and dropped out of Northwestern to run the business full-time.
Actress and fashion model Dree Hemingway, 28, is the March Playmate for the first so-called "non nude" edition of the 62- year-old magazine.
The 'Straight Outta Compton' actor talks to NBCBLK about the film's DVD release, Black Lives Matter and becoming the Kanye West of motion pictures.
It's the first time the actress takes legal action in the case related to a possible arrest linked to the case of "El Chapo".
His first major voice acting role came in 1988's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," playing Yosemite Sam and Foghorn Leghorn.
As a visiting professor at Florida International University, Rubio worked less than 10 hours while making more than most part-time visiting professors.
Federal prosecutor Geoff Barrow said Wednesday that the indictment involves the people arrested so far "and others."
A student at Emerson College in Boston faces a disciplinary hearing over having rented out his dorm room to tourists through AirBnB.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office already made one arrest following the death of Jibri Bryan, who was killed while sitting in a car in downtown Macon.
The State Department's inspector general says messages were sent to Colin Powell's personal account and to the accounts of Condoleezza Rice aides.
Signs of creeping employment weakness were also flagged by another report on Thursday showing a 218 percent jump in announced job cuts by U.S.- based employers in January. It looks like the labor market has scaled back its rapid advance last month, "said Chris Rupkey, chief economist at MUFG Union Bank in New York. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits...
Mota, whose videos have racked up more than 800 million views, credits YouTube with providing a creative landscape to jump-start her career.
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Julian Assange holed up in Ecuador's London embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face questioning over sexual-assault allegations.
A well-meaning warning from the federal government about the risks of drinking and pregnancy has set off a firestorm of outrage.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is cutting some of its staff amid money problems, NBC News confirms.
The debate comes as the candidates have been exchanging fire on who is a real progressive in the race and on who is the bigger underdog.
"I was afraid that the police would come and that they would kill me because they thought I was an accomplice," he said.