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NPR Host Scott Simon describes Cosby's reaction when asked about the rape allegations that have resurfaced against him.
In a video published to the Internet on Sunday, purportedly from terror group ISIS, militants claim to have beheaded American hostage Peter Kassig.
Diem Brown, the MTV reality star whose fight against cancer was an inspiration to many, lost that long battle on Friday. She was 32.
Peter Kassig first went to the Middle East as a U.S. soldier and returned as a medical worker, feeling compelled to help victims of war.
Rory McIlroy is confirmed as winner of the Race to Dubai Sunday despite not lifting a club in anger for six weeks. Victory for American Brooks Koepka in the Turkish Airlines Open leaves the world number one with an unbeatable lead in the rankings.
The videos are not new. But they're causing a political firestorm. In one of them, Gruber -- the self-described architect of Obamacare -- thanks "the stupidity of the American voter" for leading to its passage.
The early winter storm that socked much of the United States with cold weather last week is expected to make an encore performance.
The Dutch version of Santa Claus is once again landing on the naughty list for some in the Netherlands, who say his Black Pete sidekick is a racist throwback to the colonial era.
James Franco and Seth Rogan are going to appear on an upcoming episode of Discovery's "Naked and Afraid."
CNN's Lisa France explains why more and more celebrities are getting naked on social media. And why they need to stop.
It took 17 years for the approval of plans to relocate a controversial U.S. military base in Japan, and now it appears those plans won't happen after all.
Jonathan Gruber, an MIT professor who helped design Obamacare, made controversial remarks about American voters.
More than 2,000 current and former exotic dancers in New York City were awarded $10 million in a class-action lawsuit they brought against their employer, Rick's Cabaret.
The chemical, methyl mercaptan, is used in insecticides and fungicides, as well as to odorize natural gas for safety.