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Ted Cruz may never be president of the United States.
The last 20 years have changed many things, but those looking for some good old reliability can take comfort in one thing that hasn’t changed: the perfect clueless, gross-out-ness of Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne. The two, ahem, heroes of the Farrelly brothers' “Dumb and Dumber” are back...
Few can massage a phrase as Bobby can.
Tom Cruise’s “Edge of Tomorrow” edged out the competition at the mainland China box office last week, earning $26.5 million in its first weekend of release and taking the No. 1 spot at the box office for the seven days ending Sunday.
Stock prices slipped early Wednesday after the World Bank cut its global economic forecast, including reduced estimates for the United States and China.
After the coffee. Before covering Capitol Hill in my bathrobe.
A criminal court on Wednesday handed down a 15-year jail term for a leading figure in the 2011 uprising against Hosni Mubarak in connection with a protest last year against the military-backed government. It was the first such verdict under new Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi.
Ruslan Provodnikov is moving toward the tricky moment of needing to call out his stablemate Manny Pacquiao.
The thing about reality TV is that it isn't scripted — truly, it isn't. So when a situation gets a little out of control, it's up to the show's host to handle it, smooth things over, figure out a way to make good TV out of a problem.
Here are five takeaways from the San Antonio Spurs’ 111-92 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena:
A consumer group wants the California Department of Motor Vehicles to slow Google’s rush to get driverless cars on the road.
The line began forming in Union Square barely after sunrise. Two hours later it snaked for nearly three city blocks, circling the Barnes & Noble bookstore where Hillary Rodham Clinton held her first signing event for her just-released book, "Hard Choices. "
Love has never come easy for Mindy Lahiri. The neurotic, print-mixing OB-GYN at the center of Fox's "The Mindy Project" has locked lips with more than a few frogs in her quest to find the kind of love gleaned from countless rom-com viewings.
After the coffee. Before hoping Dunkin' Donuts steers clear of my area.
Under fire from critics for saying she and Bill Clinton were “dead broke” when they left the White House, Hillary Clinton defended her statement during a live interview Tuesday morning.
Carson Daly isn't simply the host and executive producer of "The Voice." He's the host and executive producer of Emmy-winning "The Voice" -- and that's something to sing about.
A controversial call that was overturned by instant replay had no bearing on the outcome of the Angels’ 4-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Monday night, but Manager Mike Scioscia was still irritated by it after the game.
Jerad Miller and his wife, Amanda, fatally shot two police officers eating lunch in a pizzeria in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Monrovia drone maker AeroVironment Inc. announced a contract that marks the first time unmanned aircraft will be performing routine commercial services over land in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
As U.S. and Iranian officials meet in Geneva to try to revive stalled nuclear negotiations, one Iranian official said the two sides may need to extend their talks six months beyond the current deadline of July 20.