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The legendary band will unveil "The Endless River" in October.
The Wines of Westeros features 12 red and white varieties and will launch to coincide with the premiere of the show's fifth series in 2015.
Nelson Cruz was named to the All-Star Game, one season after serving a 50-game suspension in conjunction with baseball's performance-enhancing drugs scandal.
Vandals broke into a Maryland petting zoo this week and painted graffiti on a sow and her piglets, police said on Wednesday.
California-based poultry giant Foster Farms will recall some of the contaminated chicken linked to a massive salmonella outbreak.
Four people were hospitalized on Monday on the first day of Spain's San Fermin bull run.
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A Turkish fighter jet coming in for a landing buzzes by, just feet above the heads of spectators during a weekend air show.
A top U.S. official acknowledged the government needs to be sensitive to the thousands of migrant children flowing into detention centers.
A trial begins in a Los Angeles court today to determine whether a $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers will go ahead.
After hours of mental torture, Novak Djokovic sank to his knees, crouched over the hallowed Wimbledon turf, and enjoyed the sweet taste of victory.
Jessica Simpson married former NFL player Eric Johnson in southern California on Saturday.
Airlines with direct flights to the U.S. have been told to tighten screening in response to increased threats from al Qaeda-affiliated militant groups.
Mayor Svante Myrick is asking for trucks to be re-routed, inspection stations to be put in place
Similar bans have popped up around U.S.; under proposal, city would kick out tenants for one violation
Groups called for review into landline phone service, lack of broadband service in some communities
A look back on the Hollywood headlines of years past.
Following a court decision regarding Dryden's ban, the town of Lansing could become the latest municipality to consider banning fracking
LISTEN: This week's top rock tracks, according to the latest Billboard chart.
Line wrapped around rink before 9:30 Saturday morning, as public got chance to see Stanley Cup for second time in three years