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He doesn't carry physical scars from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, but the wounds are still there
Browns star wide receiver Josh Gordon has been suspended by the NFL one year for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
A federal judge has threatened to hold former THR and Associates boss Jeff Parsons in criminal contempt of court if he doesn't provide the documents needed to proceed with his case.
Expect a big police presence this Labor Day weekend.
Police are looking for help figuring out who robbed Papa Murphy's late last week.
Lawyers representing 55 Illinois Department of Transportation workers laid off last week say the employees should be able to continue working for the agency
Oberweis wants seven debates before Nov. 4.
DEVELOPING: An Air Force F-15C has crashed in the mountains of western Virginia and the pilot's status is unknown.
John Stamos wants to bring the hit sitcom back to TV.
The star's new single, "Shake It Off" is expected to debut at No. 1 on this week's Billboard Hot 100 countdown.
The streets are awash with red pulp as thousands of people pelt each other with tomatoes in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
Despite boasting 34 grand slam singles titles between them, Serena Williams and Roger Federer were forced to share the spotlight with a 15-year-old.
CBS said Tuesday the weekly hour-long, prime-time program on the cable channel will be the first of its kind.
The newest proposal for repurposing the landmark envisions turning the stadium into the world's largest indoor park.
One of BET's top execs is apologizing to Beyoncé and Jay Z after their daughter became a butt of a terrible joke on "106 & Park."
The long-awaited biopic appears to be moving forward with some big casting news just announced.
Chicago's beloved Little League champions are getting their own parade, from their ballpark on the city's South Side to Millennium Park downtown.
The Associated Press will recognize the NFL's top assistant coach with a new award beginning this season.
Critics of the NFL's arbitrary policy toward domestic violence say it's time for the league to crack down on players who hurt women.