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Consumer Reports says the safety risk is low and the magazine does not know of any reported injuries. Even so, no grill should have this flaw.
Melanie Bromley of E! News took a look at Kate's pregnancy fashions and decided the style icon is dressing for the future.
Pope Francis will visit Cuba before his trip to the United States in September, the Vatican announced.
The doctors sent an email to Columbia University last week Oz for pushing "quack treatments" for personal financial gain.
Navinder Singh Sarao has appeared at a London extradition hearing after being accused of contributing to the "flash crash" of 2010.
The Big Apple is going to polish its act when it comes to waste.
From a federal probe into the death of a Baltimore man in police custody to France foiling an extremist attack, see the stories we're following today.
A severe thunderstorm is set to bring large hail, damaging winds and even possible tornadoes to Texas and parts of the South.
The Carnival Spirit had 2,500 passengers and 1,500 crew aboard.
A drone with a minute traces of radiation landed on the roof of the Japanese prime minister's office on Wednesday morning, local media reported.
The Justice Department opened a civil rights investigation in the death of Freddie Gray, who died a week after he was arrested in Baltimore.
All 20, five of whom are in a critical condition, attended a picnic at Cross Pointe Free Will Baptist Church in Lancaster, Ohio.
A 66-year-old Kentucky man turned himself in after 39 years as a fugitive because he wants to go back to prison for the health care, authorities said.
Three people have been killed and there were reports of a house floating away in the wild weather, which has left 200,000 without power.
In an interview with NBCBLK Isaiah Washington addresses black Twitter and the controversy over his comment that when it comes to racial profiling black people need to 'adapt'
"I was embarrassed," the Oscar-winning director said on Facebook after receiving backlash for the initial reports he tried to hide his family's past.
Proving that bipartisanship is not dead, John Boehner planted a smooch on the cheek of Nancy Pelosi as they waited for President Obama's remarks.
The campaign to put a woman on the $20 bill gathered steam Tuesday as the House joined the Senate in considering legislation to get the ball rolling.