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In this July 30, 2014 file photo, Jill Courtney, right, shops for school supplies for her sons, Will, left, and Reid, not seen, at a Target store in St. Joseph, Mo.
A resident of the hipster-centric Brooklyn neighborhood was convicted of making false 911 calls to report fights, noise from bars and even an explosion that never actually happened.
The actor swiped his "Star Lord" costume from the Marvel hit film and wore it Wednesday to Children's Hospital Los Angeles, where he spent more than three hours giving out "Galaxy" themed toys to children, according to E! News.
Plume, an imprint of Penguin Random House, says "Leonard Maltin's 2015 Movie Guide" will be the 36th and final edition.
The original 1984 film has been restored and remastered in 4K and will be returning to the big screen from Sony Pictures Entertainment, in over 700 locations in Take a Ghostbusters selfie in your Ghostbusters gear, with your favorite Ghostbusters products, etc.
A federal judge has found that a hit 2010 song by Colombian pop star Shakira copied a Dominican songwriter's work.
The City Council on Wednesday voted to pay $5 million to the family of an unarmed, disabled man was killed by police in a shooting captured on live television.
Elizabeth Vargas and Marc Cohn attend the premiere of 'Promised Land' in happier times in December 2012 in New York.
ISIS militants claim to have executed American journalist James Foley in retaliation for U.S. air strikes in Iraq.
This photo taken in 2011 shows Abe Mashal posing for a photo at his home in St. Charles, Ill.
Sakari Momoi, a 111-year-old Japanese retired educator, poses for a photo after receiving a certificate from a Guinness World Records official, left, in Tokyo Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014.
A double whammy of "America's Got Talent" gave NBC the week's two most-watched shows, and a triple helping of CBS' "Big Brother" rounded out the bottom of last week's Top 10, according to Nielsen figures released Tuesday.
Fans who attended Swift's livestream event on Monday, where she announced details concerning her new album, were invited to the singer's New York City apartment.
Afghanistan's attorney general has barred a New York Times correspondent from leaving the country because of a story in which he reported that a group of officials were considering seizing power because of the impasse over who won the recent presidential election, a spokesman said Tuesday.
A Massachusetts man who fell asleep in a chair in his living room over the weekend got quite the surprise when he woke up - a bloody stranger asleep on the couch.
A pro-casino group called the "Committee to Protect Massachusetts Jobs" said Monday that they've been planning their campaign for the past three weeks and expect to launch "an extensive ground effort throughout the fall."
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 02:18 am
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