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A Texas gun range says it has banned two men for life after one pointed a pistol at his friend’s head while taking a selfie. Top Gun Range posted surveillance video of the incident, which shows a range safety officer intervening and escorting the men out. (Oct. 11)
Ebron: "It’s not about how many passes you drop. It’s does he stay focused after that drop? Does he help his team win?"
Stanford coach Jerod Haase believes that in due time college basketball will get past its recruiting corruption scandal and regain its credibility
The loud voices in the news give evangelical Christians a bad name. Most of us are quietly serving.
The stock market -- after its worst slide in eight months -- remains under pressure Thursday as investors weigh risks of higher interest rates, trade.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday are weeks away but a popular holiday website has released a list of stores staying closed on Turkey Day.
There's a proven scientific method that only takes 5 minutes
Shrines are fun, but the crowds in the entertainment districts are electric.
Warner and Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg are joining the streaming wars with new services, adding to Netflix, Hulu, Disney's planned movie service and many more in the works.
When—and why—you should wait months for a $50 bra
Hurricane Michael caused extensive damage at Tyndall Air Force Base, a key part of the network protecting the continental United States.
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., says “everything that I’ve seen points to the Saudis” in connection with case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
From a vampire cursed with remorse on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" to his latest role on CBS' "SEAL Team," David Boreanaz admits to having a type when it comes to the roles that he's drawn to. (Oct. 11)
The Indiana Pacers have placed Omari Johnson and Elijah Stewart on waivers