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A look at some of this week's biggest plays and best moments in sports.
A look at some of the week's biggest headlines and the stories you may have missed.
Studio bosses hope to adapt David Maraniss' biography "Clemente: The Passion and Grace of Baseball's Last Hero," for the big screen.
Yahoo is shutting down some of its services, including maps, as it realigns itself to focus on search and digital content.
International companies face a grilling over their powerful role in soccer as a former star player vows to expose suspect marketing and their links to corrupt payments.
Coming soon to stores: the Apple Watch.
Intentionally running into your garage may not sound like your idea of fun, but for 91-year-old Walter Thomas, it was top on his "bucket list."
"Spy" is not only really funny, it's plenty smart, and just a darn good time.
Hackers broke into government computers, compromising the personal data of millions of current and former federal employees.
The "Furious 7" star welcomed a new bundle of joy with his new wife, Eudoxie.
The jumbo J-160E Gibson Acoustic guitar, purchased by Lennon in Liverpool, is expected to fetch up to $800,000.
There's a lot of money on the line as American Pharoah vies for the first Triple Crown since 1978.
Fracking for shale oil and gas has not led to widespread pollution of drinking water, although some drilling activities could potentially cause health risks.
A cousin of the Yankees star has been sentenced to seven months in prison after pleading guilty on federal drug charges.
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Jimmy Kimmel is back with another edition of #MeanTweets, just in time for the NBA Finals.
The makers of a twice-rejected pill intended to boost libido in women will try once again this week to persuade regulators that the drug warrants approval as the first prescription treatment for low sexual desire in women.
You probably shouldn't get tanked before you're due at the police station.
The embattled president announced plans to resign from FIFA earlier this week.
An apparent slowdown in the pace of global warming is likely an illusion after a new study found no break in the trend of rising temperatures.