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SpaceX might be a few years away from launching human astronauts to the International Space Station, but the company is sending a crew of mice.
The Adrian Peterson case is prodding some Americans to ponder: ‘If physical punishment from a parent is so damaging, why did it work on me?’
"Annie Undocumented" tells the story of a teenager who discovers she's not a legal American citizen when she attempts to get her driver's license.
The first person to buy the new iPhone six in Perth, Australia, dropped it as he was being interviewed by a TV reporter.
The largest IPO in history, from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, opened at $92.70 a share.
The number of calls coming into a national center jumped from 800 to 1,300 a day after the video of Ray Rice hitting his fiancee appeared.
Alex Salmond told reporters: "The dream will never die."
A convicted felon fatally shot his daughter and six grandchildren before killing himself in a Florida home on Thursday, police said.
Pabst Brewing Company, which produces quintessential American beers PBR, Colt 45, Old Milwaukee and Lone Star beers was sold to a Russian company.
A convicted felon fatally shot his daughter and six grandchildren before killing himself in a Florida home Thursday, police said.
A diver plunged 1,066 feet into the Red Sea off the coast of Egypt on Friday and set a new saltwater scuba dive world record.
For some survivors of domestic violence, the veil of privacy that talking online affords is the only way they will consider seeking help.
Fans can exchange an NFL-licensed Rice jersey for another replica jersey at M&T Bank Stadium.
Fans can exchange an NFL-licensed Rice jersey for another replica jersey at M&T Bank Stadium this weekend.
Wayne Allen Huntsman, 37, faces arson charges for allegedly starting the massive King Fire, that has grown to more than 73,000 acres since Saturday.
Republican Pat Roberts looks even more vulnerable after yesterday's court ruling.
The attacks, in Kenya and Tanzania, killed 224 people and introduced al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden to most Americans for the first time.
Scots woke up Friday united with the rest of Britain - but divided among themselves after an intense and often acrimonious independence campaign.