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Javier Baez homered in the 12th inning in his major league debut and the Chicago Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies 6-5 on Tuesday night.
What would Team USA look like if the best college superstars played internationally in place of the professionals?
Missouri executes convicted killer and rapist Michael Worthington early Wednesday morning, the first lethal injection since one went awry in Arizona.
More than 2,400 people have been injured in Sunday's 6.1 magnitude quake in the rural Yunnan county of Ludian.
Summer made its first real effort to heat up Cairo on Tuesday, as temperatures in the region soared to 104 degrees Fahrenheit for the first time in 2014.
A 15-year-old and 16-year-old will be tried alongside an 18-year-old in the two murders, in which the victims were beaten with a cinder block.
The big question: What would this contract mean for Durant’s 2016 free agency?
More than 70 percent of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction; and nearly 80 percent are down on the political system.
Hurricane Iselle was about 1,000 miles away from the main Hawaiian islands Tuesday.
Su Lin, who was born at the San Diego Zoo and is now at the Giant Panda Protection and Research Center in Chengdu, gave birth Saturday.
The 200 million year old fossil of a two-legged, fox-sized dinosaur relative of both Stegosaurus and Triceratops, has been discovered in Venezuela.
The two casinos still bear Trump's name five years after he gave up anything to do with running them.
The normally tight-knit neighborhood started to wonder: had the Wrights done all they could to keep their daughter safe?
A Florida man who admitted supplying performance-enhancing drugs to New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez was arrested in Miami Tuesday.
The U.S. Army general gunned down in Afghanistan on Tuesday was identified as Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, sources told NBC News.
Big Tobacco and the U.S. military have harvested a possible Ebola treatment — tobacco plants raised to generate antibodies and later used to treat two infected Americans.