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A Utah legislator says butt-baring pornography is like cigarette butts — a public health crisis.So State Sen. Todd Weiler has introduced a legislative
Brazilian babies born with a birth defect blamed on the Zika virus may also often have serious vision problems on top of brain damage, doctors report.
UCLA gymnast, Sophina DeJesus delivered a special floor routine and incorporates modern dance moves like the whip and the nae nae.
The ex-pharma CEO is being sued by an artist who claims his original illustrations were stolen for the new Wu-Tang Clan album that Shkreli bought.
Spain's Princess Cristina returned to court on Tuesday as defendants began to testify in a fraud trial that centers on her husband's business affairs.
Weekend sales at Red Lobster saw a significant boost from "Queen Bey," spiking 33 percent on Sunday over last year, company brass said.
Turns out Paris isn't the only city where love is in the air. Amazon is out with its list of Top 20 Most Romantic Cites right here in the U.S.
Inhabitants of Aleppo are witnessing "deaths everywhere," one resident said as the U.N. warned that 300,000 people there could be cut off from aid.
The mayor of Hawaii's Big Island declared an emergency to deal with an outbreak of dengue fever.The bureaucratic move is aimed at fighting mosquitoes.
The future of driverless cars envisioned by Google may not even require you to plug in your robot automobile.
Sundar Pichai, the newly appointed chief executive of the Internet search giant, was awarded restricted stock worth roughly $199 million.
When an Alabama State Trooper performed a routine traffic stop over the weekend, he didn't expect he would be helping with the delivery of a baby boy.
'There are some recession pains still lingering,' said Crissinda Ponder, a mortgage analyst for Bankrate.
South Korean Defense Ministry released several photos, purportedly showing the debris of the long-range rocket that North Korea had launched on Sunday.
A man has died after being found "ablaze" outside Kensington Palace in the early hours of Tuesday morning, London's Metropolitan Police have confirmed