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The surveillance flights could pave the way for airstrikes against ISIS militants in Syria.
Phones will be required to come with a "kill switch" to render them useless if lost or stolen in an effort to stem an epidemic of theft.
The "Two and a Half Men" star is laughing all the way to the bank.
A steamy first day proved more than a little stressful for several of the U.S. Open favorites.
Brian Kelley is creating a new clothing line with his wife, Brittney Marie Cole Kelley.
The funnyman treats Emmy viewers to a mashup of realistic show themes from hits including "Mad Men" and "Game of Thrones."
The fast food king will buy the Canadian coffee chain to create the third-largest quick service restaurant group.
Officials from the NFL, FIFA and other sports organizations are banding together for better ways to identify and treat concussions.
A look at the big sports headlines making news today, Tuesday, Aug. 26.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Three groups, including a virtual charter school that is applying for the third time, have filed papers to open charter schools in Maine.
College football officials have formalized pace-of-play procedures in an effort to slow the game down.
The actress is expecting her first child and accidentally revealed the gender during a red carpet interview.
The "Shut Up and Drive" hitmaker is seeking to raise $175,000 by Oct. 9 to cover the costs of the project.
LEWISTON, Maine (AP) - Lewiston police have charged a man with criminal cruelty to animals for allegedly trying to neuter a cat with a rubber band.
A Maine teenager and her father have landed a one-in-two-million catch - a blue lobster.
The President will unveil a series of executive actions aimed at improving access to mental health treatment for former service members.
Nearly two out of three Americans say governments should not pay ransom to terrorists in exchange for hostages.
Family and supporters celebrated the life of the black teen slain by a white officer in a funeral ringing with calls for peace and police reforms.
Republicans want more aggressive U.S. action to defeat Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.
Once teens have tried e-cigarettes they are more inclined to give regular cigarettes a try, U.S. researchers say.