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The untitled TV project from the Rolling Stones frontman follows the exploits of a record executive in 1970s New York.
President Barack Obama appealed to Central American parents in his most forceful comments yet on the emerging humanitarian crisis.
Andrew Wiggins from the University of Kansas was taken with the number one pick of the 2014 NBA draft.
A recently-fired Chik-fil-A employee is accused of robbing the store's competitor at gunpoint.
A look back on the headlines in Hollywood's history books.
This isn't "Wet Hot American Summer 2," but it's just as ridiculous!
N. Korean leader Kim Jong-un isn't too thrilled about the "Knocked Up" star's newest comedy.
The "Roseanne" star will front a new reality show about America's worst moms.
They said it couldn't be done, but America proved them wrong.
Tennessee Republican Howard Baker, a pivotal figure in the Watergate inquiry that pushed President Richard Nixon to resign, has died.
Germany and the U.S. will both advance to the second round of the 2014 World Cup.
Workers in Massachusetts will be getting a bigger payday.
The coach posted a "doctor's note" excusing fans from work to watch the World Cup game against Germany.
GM is recalling another 30,000 vehicles with potentially defective air bags.
Uruguay striker Luis Suarez was banned for nine matches by FIFA on Thursday after being found guilty of biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.
The Dallas Mavericks have acquired center Tyson Chandler in a six-player trade with the New York Knicks.
The 1972 crime drama has beaten out "The Wizard of Oz" and "Citizen Kane" to top a new list of best movies of all time.
Conservative Utah may not ban gay couples from marrying, a decision that capped a day of victories for same-sex nuptials and nudges the issue closer to the U.S. Supreme Court.