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Lawmakers scheduled to return next week to decide on measure for special election
Veteran actress, and star of the classic TV show "The Beverly Hillbillies," Donna Douglas has died at the age of 81.
A young man led police on a slow-speed highway chase in a golf cart from the Rose Bowl before being arrested.
Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria announce they are pregnant with their second child together.
A look at some of the biggest newsmakers this week and the stories you may have missed.
Taylor Swift ended the year by lurking on fans' social media pages, and then sending them thoughtful and personal holiday gifts. Their reactions are adorable.
Paramore star Hayley Williams is engaged to her boyfriend, New Found Glory's Chad Gilbert.
Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz has taken aim at director Bennett Miller over Channing Tatum's portrayal of himself in the movie Foxcatcher.
Bad weather again hindered the search for the AirAsia plane and the black box flight recorders that should reveal why it crashed.
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt will kick of 2015 as a newlywed after secretly marrying girlfriend Tasha McCauley.
More than 1.5 million Americans avoided death from cancer since 1991 thanks to falling smoking rates and better cancer prevention, detection and treatments.
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Winds pick up in the Rose Bowl fanfest area, but the cow survives.
A puppy called Penny could be reunited with her owners after she went on a nearly 2,400-mile road trip that took her to an Iowa truck stop and a Pennsylvania pet hospital.
A look at some of sport's biggest plays and the stories you may have missed this week.
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This 4-month-old Shiba Inu Kibo puppy can't help but jump for joy at dinnertime.
Taylor Swift stole the crown from the princesses of "Frozen" in the final week of 2014 as her pop-centric "1989" became the top-selling album of the year.
DISH Networks Inc will make "The Interview," the controversial Sony Pictures Entertainment film about the fictitious assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, available as a pay-per-view option starting on Jan 2.
Murders in New York fell to 328 in 2014, the fewest since the New York Police Department started keeping reliable numbers in 1963.