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Kandi Burruss, Todd TuckerKandi Burruss and Todd Tucker's trip to Hawaii got off to a rough start. According to video posted to Instagram by Real Housewives of Atlanta star on Thursday, she and Todd "just...
Blake Lively, Ryan ReynoldsCongratulations, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds! The actor couple have welcomed their second child together, E! News confirmed Friday, their new baby greeting the world at a hospital in...
Amanda KnoxBritish student Meredith Kercher was murdered in 2007, and since then the investigation and trial surrounding her death has taken over the world. American student Amanda Knox, one of...
NCIS: LAGrab the tissues, NCIS: LA fans, this is going to be a tearjerker. In the above sneak peek of "The Queen's Gambit," the Sunday, Oct. 2 episode of NCIS: LA, Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen)...

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton meets with attendees during a campaign stop in Fort Pierce, Fla., Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)NEW YORK (AP) — "A clear and present danger to our country." ''Xenophobia, racism and misogyny." ''Beneath our national dignity."


1. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead)

Director of Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum Axel Rueger, center, stands next to the paintings Congregation Leaving The Reformed Church of Nuenen, left, and 1882 Seascape at Scheveningen by Vincent Van Gogh, during a press conference in Naples, Italy, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. The paintings which had been stolen in an Amsterdam museum in 2002, were recovered by Naples investigators among the assets of a Camorra group. (Ciro Fusco/ANSA via AP)ROME (AP) — Police investigating suspected Italian mobsters for cocaine trafficking discovered two Van Gogh paintings hidden in a farmhouse near Naples, masterpieces that had vanished in 2002 during a nighttime heist at Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum, authorities said Friday.


The man who got generations of hot dog lovers humming along to the Oscar Mayer Weiner song has died. An obituary posted online by a northern Illinois funeral home says Richard Trentlage died on Sept. 21 ...