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UEFA head Michel Platini announced on Wednesday his intention to stand for presidency of FIFA in place of Sepp Blatter.
The "Thor" star is used to bulking up for his action films, but this time he battled constant hunger pangs.
The drop in ownership underscores the damage inflicted on housing by the recession and the economy's subsequent slow recovery from the downturn.
The United States and Turkey have not yet agreed which Syrian rebels they will support in a joint effort to help clear Islamic State from an area along the Turkish border.
"What Pet Should I Get?" goes on sale 24 years after the author's death.
The Arizona Cardinals say new coach Jen Welter is believed to be the first woman to hold a coaching position of any kind in the NFL.
Wildlife officials accused an American hunter of killing one of the oldest and most famous lions in Zimbabwe, without a permit after paying $50,000 to two people who lured the beast to its death.
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Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, July 29.
No one's expected to line up overnight for the new Microsoft operating systems the way people did 20 years ago for Windows 95, but today marks the first update in three years.
A look at the exciting and high stakes world of professional teaching.
Town officials in Anson are seeking ways to recover more than $400,000 in missing money.
Authorities in Maine are investigating the discovery of a body found in a river.
Authorities say a one-car rollover crash killed one person and injured another in Maine.
A Maine man convicted of killing his grandmother by beating her, stabbing her and setting her body afire is due to be sentenced.
The Maine Development Foundation has tapped an executive at Bangor Savings Bank to serve as its leader.
The Maine Lobster Festival is beckoning seafood lovers to Rockland, Maine, to experience the state's signature dish in all its buttery glory.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
The New England QB's punishment for his role in using under-inflated footballs during the AFC championship game last season was upheld by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.