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You’ve tried to get along with your controlling spouse. Why not try to get along without him?
FIFA says it wants a soccer player who has refugee status in Australia to return to the country “at the earliest possible moment” rather than be extradited from Thailand to Bahrain
Investigators say the helicopter involved in a crash that killed the owner of English soccer team Leicester and four other people lost control because of mechanical failure
Vikings guard literally comes out of his shoes during one sequence yet still makes a three-pointer as Vikings open season with a loss.
“Art of War” says war is bad; audience, players concur.
Tweet provides a look at the opportunities that await former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Americans shouldn't judge presidents on what they say about their faith.
The new members are either Republicans or voted in Republican primaries.
As the social media missives began circulating, it appears that some of them have since been deleted.
His “mad as hell” scene is one for the books, but the Broadway adaptation is a bit of a slog.
“I think it’s just that hate is less parenthetical today and more of a headline,” Spielberg said in an interview this week with NBC News.
Lawmakers have no immediate means to punish Saudi Arabia for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the humanitarian disaster in Yemen.
Otherwise it's continued chilly and tranquil.
"There are solutions. One’s going to have to evaluate their circumstances fully to make those decisions. My observation is there is a need to look inward.”
Mary Daly was tasked to oversee Justice's response to the opioid crisis.