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Declining foreclosures means some in the mortgage industry are joining the unemployment line
Lawmakers grilled health officials about the response to the outbreak and flaws in efforts to check its spread within the U.S.
The new iPads have several new features like anti-reflective screens and "Touch ID" sensors.
More than 1,300 fans have signed a petition to name a New York street after Bronx native Jennifer Lopez.
Illinois' top health official says state is well-prepared for Ebola
The stand-alone digital streaming service for $5.99 a month that will offer subscribers access to its current and older shows.
Yogurt is the official state snack, joining the likes of popcorn and peanuts among popular foods honored by U.S. states.
The Olympic star faces the hospital wing of one of South Africa's toughest prisons if sentenced to jail for killing his girlfriend.
Nearly half of Americans are so concerned about the virus that they are avoiding international air travel.
The decline suggests the labor market is gaining steam.
When writer-director David Ayer decided to tackle the World War II movie genre, he decided to make it an intimate affair.
The actress had a clever solution to a rat and ivy problem at her Hollywood Hills home.
The FLOTUS advocates for healthy eating in a White House video spoofing the hit song "Turn Down For What."
The "All About That Bass" songwriter says her goal is to write songs that are "stupid catchy."
Five years after his death, the King of Pop is still generating a fortune, raking in an estimated $140 million in the past year.
Other new debuts in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart, include alt-rockers Weezer and "X Factor" pop couple Alex & Sierra.
Stephen Collins faces new accusations involving a 13-year-old girl.
Here is a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Oct. 16.
The "Gin & Juice" hitmaker has apologized for making fun of Azalea, after her mentor T.I. stepped in to urge him to end their war of words.