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In a loose, lengthy and at times emotional press conference, Garth Brooks confirmed his expected comeback, announcing a new album and world tour.
Remember last winter's cold spot, which turned "polar vortex" into a phrase that sent chills through Americans east of the Mississippi? It's baaaack.
Torrents of rainfall set off by Typhoon Neoguri triggered a landslide that devastated the Japanese town of Nagiso, injuring up to 50 people.
The U.S. Border Patrol said it has stopped sending Central American children and families to San Diego after they’re arrested in South Texas. The experiment sparked backlash when protesters forced busloads of immigrants to reroute.
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine employ some sneaky tricks to keep their rivalry alive, but don't expect that from Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
Tweets posted late Wednesday that accompany the photo claim the former prisoner of war was treated well during his five years in Taliban hands.
A flight carrying 126 deported Guatemalans, including 90 women, landed in Guatemala City Thursday.
The Lebanese military said three rockets were fired by militants and the Israelis retaliated by firing about 25 artillery shells on the area.
The community of Spring is in mourning after a man tied up a family and shot dead a couple and their four children Wednesday. A fifth child survived.
At least four Ukrainian servicemen and five coal miners were on Friday reported killed in the latest violence in the east of the country.
From Obama's request for more financial aid for the border to revelations in the shooting deaths of a Texas family, see the stories we're following.
The case of an alleged prostitute charged in the death of a Google executive has shined a light on the darker regions of the technology capital.
The hospital lockdown in Merrillville, Indiana, is the second in as many days in the Chicago area.
South Asian American groups are speaking out after a report this week named five American Muslims who were allegedly spied on by the U.S. government.
A friend of Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia father who left his toddler son in a hot car to die, says he liked being the center of attention.
Businessmen in some areas say extortion increased five-fold before the long-awaited military offensive began.
"[The storm] came in fast loud," Virginia Beach resident Reese Goldstein told NBC station WAVY. "All the sudden the glass shattered on the door."
Biohacking is a niche community at the literal bleeding edge of body modification, where man and machine become one.
Kevin A. Sabet, from Smart Approaches to Marijuana, and Allen St. Pierre, from NORML, debate the health effects of widespread marijuana use.