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The rocker graciously chalks up the similarities between "I Won't Back Down" and "Stay With Me" to a "musical accident."
He's been right the last three years. Can Teddy Bear the porcupine go four-for-four?
The Hollywood moviemaker wants the Oscar winner to join the cast for a cameo appearance.
Days before the Super Bowl, a lawmaker is again sponsoring a bill that would punt the NFL's tax exemption.
Massachusetts prosecutors will seek to prove he fatally shot a semi-professional football player in 2013.
A new poll shows Americans are more likely than ever to favor easing a ban on exporting crude oil.
Critics say e-cigarettes are addictive, lead to nicotine poisoning among children, and threaten to unravel the reduction of tobacco use.
A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Thursday, Jan. 29.
You can't use "This Sick Beat" or "Cause We Never Go Out Of Style" without the pop star's permission.
More than 7 million of us will buy new TVs, we'll eat 1 billion chicken wings, and send 25 million tweets during the game.
The breakout star's debut record, "In The Lonely Hour," is nominated for Album of the Year.
The NFL is enjoying a significant surge in global interest with Russia and China leading the way.
The period drama, which was first broadcast in 2010, will reportedly draw to a close this year.
Officials are investigating whether the actress claimed a "meet-and-greet" with fans as part of her court-ordered community service.
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A theater teacher at a Dallas high school proves he - and his students - have got some serious moves.
Up to four percent of Americans are expected to pay a penalty for failing to obtain health coverage last year.
The fiscal 2016 budget, which the White House intends to unveil on Monday, would fund a host of programs that Republicans are unlikely to support.
A cat in Florida surfaced five days after he was hit by a car and buried for dead.
The number of children relying on food stamps spiked to 16 million last year, signaling a lopsided economic recovery.
There are just a few people responsible for manufacturing every NFL game ball. Find out how they're made.