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When Don Knotts was on his deathbed, his daughter Karen needed to run out the room just so she can laugh.
Avoid the pitfalls of a seemingly simple burger.
Jaclyn Smith believes her latest move is heaven-sent.
Because there is no motivation like celebrity motivation.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak ditched his Facebook account and excoriated Mark Zuckerberg on Monday, saying the CEO buys surrounding properties to ensure his own privacy whle forsaking his users.
The Latest on the developments in Syria (all times local): 10:45 a.m.
The United Nations says Libyan militias, including some affiliated with authorities, are holding thousands of prisoners in prolonged arbitrary and unlawful detention that includes torture.
Some National Guard members have started arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border with more expected as federal government officials continue to discuss what they'll do about illegal immigration.
A lawyer representing a Human rights Yemeni group has filed a lawsuit in a French court against Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, accusing him of complicity in torture.
Police in Thailand say they believe three bombs that injured 12 people in a town on the border with Malaysia were planted by Muslim insurgents.
A senior Russian lawmaker says Moscow is willing to help arrange a visit this week for experts from the international chemical weapons watchdog to the site of a suspected poison gas attack in Syria.
The chief executive of commodities giant Glencore, Ivan Glasenberg, has left the board of aluminum producer Rusal as the fallout continues from fresh U.S. sanctions against Russia.
Both cost and burden will be much greater if he follows in President Obama’s footsteps and makes a decision that feels good at first, but in the end exacts a much higher price.
Lost amid all the 'noise' over Scott Pruitt is the very real damage Obama's EPA did to rural communities
My work takes me to small, energy-rich towns around the country - the places where America gets its power, where multiple generations of energy workers live and worship and raise their families.
April 10 marks one year since Justice Neil Gorsuch was officially sworn in as the 101st associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Australia and New Zealand have warned China against building any military base in the South Pacific after media reports that the Chinese have proposed a permanent stronghold in Vanuatu.
Indonesian authorities say more people have died from toxic bootleg liquor, raising the toll this month to nearly 80 and highlighting how attempts to curb legal alcohol appear to have tragically backfired.
Public sector workers are staging a strike for better pay at German airports, local transportation companies and nursery schools.
Diamond and Silk, two fervent conservative supporters of President Trump, accused Facebook Monday night of discrimination and censorship after Facebook branded them as “unsafe to the community.”
Israel's top basketball team has cut its star player Glen Rice Jr. after he punched a teammate in the face.