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Three retired managers are unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The two schools will play in the final BCS championship game, ending an era in college football.
Sunday's NFL games were full of slipping, sliding, and surprise finishes.
The U.S. soccer team will compete in a tough first-round group at the 2014 World Cup.
Get into the holiday spirit with these festive films! See a new feature every weekday.
In next Sunday's episode Stewie devises a plan to get the "one and only thing he wants for Christmas."
The late 'Fast & Furious' actor is remembered at the site of his fatal wreck.
A look at the holiday specials and movies coming up this week.
A look at the Hollywood headlines from years past.
The "Home Alone" star is in a Velvet Underground cover band that sings exclusively about pizza.
Maybe a $10-million prize will entice people to find Bigfoot?
If you think your family Christmas card is creative, think again.
The rapper says he doesn't appear on his fiance's TV show because it needs better photographers.
"Anchorman 2" star Paul Rudd might be the biggest One Direction fan ever.
The now 16-year-old is back with a music video full of "Friday" references. Do you think this song is better or worse than her last viral sensation?
It's a good thing Morgan Freeman isn't narrating this video. The Internet might crash from awesomeness overload.
Benedict Cumberbatch reads the lyrics from one of the songs off R. Kelly's upcoming album "Black Panties."
The Internet has been busy trying to figure out why this fainting squirrel just can't stay awake. What do you think?
Jury selection begins in the trial of a woman accused of killing her husband of eight days.
The "Anchorman 2" star plays a grown man who wants to name his baby after a One Direction star
Bitter cold and ice are being blamed for thousands of canceled flights and the death of a 5-year-old.
A look at the news making headlines today, Monday Dec. 9.
Saturday marks the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, which prompted the U.S. to declare war against Japan.
Employers hired more workers than expected in November as the jobless rate fell to a five-year low.
People from Texas to New York are digging out after a storm dumps snow, sleet and ice across much of the U.S.
The next drawing for the interstate lottery will be held Tuesday night.
You can credit the modern Christmas tree lights to Thomas Edison and his business partner.
The Centers for Disease Control is urging people to ditch their seasonal "cannibal sandwich" tradition.