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Ed Sheeran beats out Eminem and Coldplay to be Spotify's most streamed artist of 2014.
The actor behind James Moriarty in TV's "Sherlock" is about to get even more villainous.
Kimberly Wyatt announces the birth of her daughter on Instagram.
President Barack Obama urged Congress to approve $6.18 billion to help fight the Ebola outbreak, reminding them that the battle against the virus is far from over.
British scientists could finally close a 500-year-old "missing person's case" with bones found under a car park.
People living in North Korea with the name Kim Jong Un must legally change their names.
Losing your mind has a whole new meaning at The University of Texas at Austin.
A top NFL executive testifies that the organization "failed" in its efforts to police domestic abuse by its players but has "learned from those mistakes."
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No Shave November is over and Michelle Glavan has a request.
A clerk who oversaw Scarlett Johansson's secret wedding has confirmed the actress and Romain Dauriac are husband and wife.
Bill Cosby was sued by a woman alleging he molested her in 1974 at the Playboy Mansion when she was 15.
The U.S.-led coalition has carried out around 1,000 air strikes so far in Iraq and Syria, but the fight against the militants could last years.
An effort to protect UVA students is almost ready to get underway.
Administration sources said that Obama has settled on the 60-year-old Ashton Carter as his fourth defense secretary.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Singer Luke Bryan has pulled out of plans to perform at the Country Music Television Artists of the Year show to mourn the death of his brother-in-law.
The Wolverines slipped badly in Hoke's fourth season and have struggled to regain their status among the top programs in the Big Ten.
Speaker John Boehner urged fellow Republicans to pass a long-term government spending bill next week, avoiding a government shutdown.
The creators of "Boardwalk Empire" are teaming up with Mick Jagger for a yet-to-be-titled drama about a record executive searching for the next big hit.
Despite a self-claimed terrible voice, Jennifer Lawrence's song from "The Hunger Games" sequel climbs the charts.