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Richard Pryor, Jr. is trying to stop the film about the famous funnyman.
You could be the proud owner of a historic bridge for as little as $1.
The Philadelphia player was arrested in Arizona over the weekend.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Tuesday, July 22.
Joan Jett was also among the rockers recognized at the first Alternative Press Music Awards.
A federal judge has thrown out a U.S. Senator's legal challenge to a part of the law that grants insurance subsidies for members of Congress.
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With the reboot of the "TMNT" movie coming out next month, these kids get schooled about the history of everyone's favorite mutated reptiles.
A train carrying the remains of the victims of the MH17 arrived in Ukrainian government territory as separatists gave the plane's black boxes to Malaysian experts.
Embattled L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling is in talks settle opposition to the $2 billion sale of the basketball team.
Most Americans think people are too focused on fashion, yet a majority says how they dress is an important part of who they are, according to a new survey.
As Texas National Guard troops are deployed to the border, a deluge of Central American children threatens the already crowded immigration courts.
Vladimir Putin has no soul, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden says he concluded after meeting with the Russian leader at the Kremlin in 2011.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
A train carrying the remains of victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane downed over Ukraine left the site on Monday.
The 49-year-old star is the highest-paid actor for the second consecutive year, raking in an estimated $75 million.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order barring federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
A jury found a friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber guilty of obstructing the investigation into the deadly blasts.
The Chicago Cubs are suing two men accused of posing in bear costumes and lurking around Wrigley Field, hustling fans for tips.
Forty-five years after the first Apollo lunar landing, the U.S. remains divided about the moon's role in future human space exploration.
The FCC will continue collecting comments, made in response to these first submissions, until Sept. 10.