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Donald Trump Draws Record-Breaking Crowd for Michigan Speech
At a Novi, Mich., dinner, featured speaker Donald Trump brought out the largest crowd the event has seen: 2,300 people.
Xbox One: Is Microsoft's Newest Game System Steve Jobs’ Dream Device?
Steve Jobs’ dream device – a gaming system that incorporates many technologies into one machine – appears to have been released by Microsoft earlier this week: the Xbox One.
Josh Powell Had Affair Months Before Wife Disappeared, Officials Say
Newly released police files say that Josh Powell, the deceased husband of Susan Powell, the Utah mother who disappeared in December 2009, had an extramarital affair just months before his wife disappeared.
Kohl's False Discounts: Duped Buyers Can Sue Company, Court Rules
Customers may file class-action lawsuits against Kohl's Department Stores for advertising false discounts, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Presidential Jet Sold for $15M To Raise Cash for Impoverished Malawi
The impoverished African country of Malawi, known in the U.S. more because of pop star Madonna, sold its presidential jet to raise cash for the government, officials said Wednesday.
School's 23 Sets of Twins in One Grade Could Break Guinness World Record
Highcrest Middle School in Wilmette, Ill., about 20 miles from Chicago, is contending for a place in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for the most twins in single grade.
Brian Urlacher Retires as Chicago Bears Linebacker After 13 Seasons
The Chicago Bears Brian Urlacher, who continued the team’s tradition of great middle linebackers, announced his retirement via Twitter Wednesday rather than trying to connect with another NFL team.
Trevor Bolder Dies: David Bowie Bassist Was Fighting Cancer
Trevor Bolder, the longtime Uriah Heep bassist who rose to fame in the '70s as part of David Bowie's Spiders From Mars, died Tuesday after a lengthy battle against cancer.
Sisters Ejected From Mall for Wearing Hats With Anti-Cancer Profanity
Whether motivated by the death of their mother or to draw attention, three sisters found themselves booted from a mall outside Philadelphia after they refused to take off hats with an offensive word expressing their hatred of breast cancer.
Bill Murray Crying Baby Face Goes Viral Thanks to Tumblr Photo
A photo of Bill Murray imitating a crying baby has gone viral thanks to a Tumblr page that features reader pictures of mid-meltdown babies with deadpan explanations as to why they're upset.
Anti-Gay Crime Spike in New York City Worrisome, Officials Say
Anti-gay attacks are spiking in New York City where two bias assaults were reported within days of a gay man being shot and killed Saturday in lower Manhattan.
Dog Guards Owner's Body Under Debris From Oklahoma Tornado
A scruffy, mud-covered dog stood guard over his owner's body as it lay beneath a pile of rubble following the deadly EF-5 tornado that ripped through the town of Moore, Okla.
Helen Mirren, Dying Boy Have Tea; She's the Queen, He's Thrilled
Helen Mirren recently granted a 10-year-old boy dying of leukemia his final wish by visiting him in character as Queen Elizabeth II.
Mattheus Breaks Hand Punching Locker To Add To Nationals' Bullpen Woes
The night the Washington Nationals welcomed slugger Bryce Harper back after facing swelling in his left knee, the team learned another player would be taking a hiatus -- Ryan Mattheus, who broke his hand after he punched a locker.
White Dad Suspected of Kidnapping Biracial Daughters at Wal-Mart
A biracial couple in northern Virginia is still wondering how they drew the attention of police simply by the father taking his kids to Wal-Mart.
Graduation Cricket Prank: Seniors Release Insects, Are Barred From Ceremony
A group of Kentucky students have been barred from graduation after releasing thousands of crickets inside their high school over the weekend as a prank.
Catherine Zeta-Jones Released from Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
Catherine Zeta-Jones, who checked herself into a treatment facility in late April for her Bipolar II disorder, has apparently been released Tuesday.
Tiger Woods: Fried Chicken Joke by Sergio Garcia Was 'Hurtful'
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia's rivalry continued this week after Garcia made what some are calling a racial joke about serving fried chicken to the world's No.1 golfer if he should ever come over for dinner.
Tucson Photos Released: Gabrielle Giffords Shooting Images Go Public
Moments after a deranged gunman wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, investigators quickly turned a patrol car into a makeshift whiteboard using markers to plan out how they would conduct the investigation. Photos of the cars were among many released of the 2011 rampage scene.
Burt Bacharach Daughter's Suicide Still Painful, Autobiography Reveals
All the hit records, memorable tunes and award-winning music could not take away Burt Bacharach’s pain after losing his daughter to suicide in 2007, said the noted composer in an interview about his new autobiography.
Westboro Tornado Blame: NBA's Durant, Gay Collins Brought God's Wrath
The Westboro Baptist Church has blamed the deadly Oklahoma tornado on NBA player Jason Collins' recent declaration that he's gay.
Vermont Legalizes Assisted Suicide
Physician-aided suicide is now legal in the state of Vermont, which on Monday joined three other U.S. states – Oregon, Washington, and Montana – in ending legal penalties for doctors who assist terminally ill patients seeking to end their own lives.
Barbara Walters' Daughter Arrested, Charged With DUI in Florida
The daughter of broadcast journalist Barbara Walters has been arrested and was charged with driving under the influence in southwest Florida.
Pitt Slams Aniston Marriage in Esquire, Heaps Praise on Jolie
Brad Pitt slammed his five-year marriage to actress Jennifer Aniston in an interview this week, instead heaping praise on current partner Angelina Jolie.
Christie: Climate Change Not Responsible for Superstorm Sandy
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie disputed claims that climate change contributed to Superstorm Sandy during a ceremony Monday celebrating the rebuilt boardwalk in Lavallette, N.J.
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