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"The Nightly Show" was canceled after just 18 months, so Jon Stewart stopped by the last episode to offer some words of wisdom to host Larry Wilmore.
Senior Police Officer Dan Whitney responded to a highway accident only to find a man inside a burning vehicle struggling to escape.
The surest bet during any Olympics is not that Usain Bolt will win the 100 meters; it is that NBC will be trashed, loudly, in many quarters, for the quality of its coverage.
Two American F-22s on patrol over Hasakah, Syria, flew within a mile of two Syrian Su-24 fighter jets and "encouraged" them to leave Friday, a US defense official told CNN.
The 2016 Paralympics in Rio is facing unparalleled challenges, budget cuts and the unexpected closure of facilities but will go ahead as planned, the International Paralympic Committee said Friday.
Art and animal flesh collide in "Making Beauty," Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva's first major UK solo exhibition, at the Djanogly Gallery in Nottingham.
Usain Bolt confirmed his status as one of the greatest Olympic athletes of all-time Friday as he anchored Jamaica to 4x100-meter relay gold at Rio 2016.
An interracial couple was attacked after a self-proclaimed white supremacist saw them kissing outside a Washington restaurant, police said.
She always insisted it was luck that led to her appointment as the first woman on the US Supreme Court. But Sandra Day O'Connor was ready for her luck. She demonstrated that 35 years ago this summer when Reagan administration lawyers flew to Arizona to interview her as one of several candidates for a court vacancy.
North Korea said its diplomat who recently defected to South Korea is a "criminal" who had been under investigation for "intentionally leaking secrets, embezzling state property" and a "sex offense."
Olympic fans might want to look away now as there are just three days to go at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
To a fortunate many, war is an abstraction and the suffering it brings, though easy to understand, is hard to truly imagine. It's one of the reasons war photography and images of conflict are so essential. They bring these concepts into blinding focus and deny us the luxury of looking away.
He said he accepted responsibility for his role in the case and had "learned some valuable lessons."
When Massachusetts law enforcement surrounded the house of a 31-year-old suspected drug dealer Thursday, the person in the home didn't initially match the description.