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Sixteen Baghdad residents were killed or wounded when an Iraqi military plane on its way back to base mistakenly dropped a bomb on the area.
The Nuestra Senora de Atocha went down in a violent hurricane in 1622 near the Florida Keys laden with New World gold while en route to Spain.
Clothing retailer American Apparel unveiled a plan to cut costs by $30 million but warned it may not be enough to get it through the next year.
Self-driving taxis powered by electricity and dispatched according to a passenger's needs may help dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
While Taylor Swift and music-streaming services might have bad blood, they were both extremely popular in 2015, according to a new Nielsen report.
The potentially deadly Portuguese man-of-war was spotted on the 26th Street Beach in North Wildwood.
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Burt Shavitz, the bearded beekeeper who was the iconic face of the body products company he co-founded in 1984, Burt's Bees, has died at 80.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. waited out a 3 ½ hour rain delay and avoided being part of four big wrecks at Daytona International Speedway to win Sunday's Coke Zero 400, which ended with a terrifying wreck involving Austin Dillon.
Carli Lloyd, who made history Sunday as the first player to register a hat trick in a World Cup final, says she and her teammates will "savor and cherish" the occasion for years to come.
United States midfielder Carli Lloyd scored three times in the first 16 minutes during the USA's 5-2 victory over Japan.