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In the middle of a military base outside Mexico City, an army colonel runs what he calls a kindergarten for dogs.
Taylor Swift couldn’t just shake off another chance to watch Travis Kelce on the football field. The 12-time Grammy Award winner arrived at MetLife Stadium about 40 minutes before kickoff Sunday night to watch Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs take on the New York Jets.
Ten years after retiring from the game, David Beckham reflects on his soccer career and life for a new four-part documentary series.
Simone Biles led a dominant performance by the U.S. women at the world gymnastics championships in Belgium.
Jimmy Carter put off his usual Sunday practice of watching church services online to instead celebrate his 99th birthday with his wife, Rosalynn, and their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in Plains.
Tim Wakefield, the knuckleballing workhorse of the Red Sox pitching staff who bounced back after giving up a season-ending home run to the Yankees in the 2003 playoffs to help Boston win its curse-busting World Series title the following year, has died.
Several people have been injured after the Flying Scotsman steam locomotive was involved in a low-speed crash with another heritage train in the Scottish Highlands.
Germany’s government has rebuked X owner Elon Musk after he criticized the recent work of migrant rescue ships that German humanitarian groups operate in the Mediterranean Sea.
A federal transportation official says a fatal tanker truck crash in central Illinois that released a deadly chemical may have started when another vehicle tried to pass the truck on a highway.
A group of homeless people in Portland, Oregon, has filed a class action lawsuit challenging new restrictions the city placed on daytime camping in an attempt to address safety issues stemming from a crisis of people living on the streets.
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the “Toy Story” universe will be taking in an NFL game for the first time.
The San Francisco Giants have fired manager Gabe Kapler. It’s the first managerial change of 2023, and it comes with three days left in the season and the Giants eliminated from the playoffs.
Shohei Ohtani’s soaring popularity was even more evident when it came to jersey sales. Ohtani had the best-selling jersey in Major League Baseball this season.
Password-sharing crackdowns are becoming more and more common in the streaming world today. And Disney Plus is following suit.
Another Powerball drawing, another chance at a jackpot that is inching toward a billion dollars. The estimated $960 million prize up for grabs Saturday night is the world’s ninth-largest lottery jackpot.
British police have made a second arrest over the “senseless” felling of a 300-year-old tree near the Roman landmark of Hadrian’s Wall in northeastern England.
Wildlife authorities and conservationists in Cyprus are releasing seven imported griffon vultures into the wild after implanting tracking devices, in hopes of ensuring the survival of the birds that are threatened with extinction on the island nation.
TikTok has become a key marketing channel for vendors promoting steroids and other bodybuilding drugs to millions of the app’s users, according to a report released Thursday that the social media company disputes.
The Boston Red Sox say announcer and former knuckleballer Tim Wakefield is undergoing treatment for a disease they did not specify and asked for fans to respect his privacy after his illness was outed without his consent by ex-teammate Curt Schilling.
A Phillies fan and his emotional support alligator were denied entrance to watch Philadelphia host Pittsburgh.
Police in Florida say an auto shop owner and an angry customer have fatally shot each other. The shooting Wednesday was triggered by the customer’s dissatisfaction with work done on his car two years ago.
A former director of an Ohio memory-loss clinic accused by dozens of patients of falsely diagnosing them with Alzheimer’s disease has been sentenced on federal fraud charges, along with her physician husband.
The curtain is finally coming down on Netflix’s once-iconic DVD-by-mail service, a quarter century after the birth of a concept that obliterated Blockbuster video stores while providing a springboard into video streaming that has transformed entertainment.
Elton John, Brandi Carlile, Dave Matthews, H.E.R., Chris Stapleton, St. Vincent and New Edition will perform at this fall’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which will be broadcast live for the first time.
Michael Gambon, the Irish-born actor knighted for his long and storied career on the stage and screen and who gained admiration from a new generation of moviegoers with his portrayal of Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore in six of the eight “Harry Potter” films, has died.
Police in Thailand say they made one of the country’s biggest ever seizures of illicit drugs, a haul including methamphetamine, crystal meth and heroin, with a total estimated street value of about $8.2 million.
A second powerful storm in less than a month has hammered parts of central Greece, sweeping away roads, smashing bridges and flooding thousands of homes.
The Senate has voted to reverse an informal guidance issued by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer last week that senators could wear what they want when voting or speaking in the chamber.
Lottery officials in Florida say the winner of last month’s $1.6 billion Mega Millions jackpot has claimed their prize.
Federal and state officials say the former boyfriend of a central Kentucky woman who disappeared more than eight years ago has been arrested on charges stemming from the investigation.
The Powerball jackpot climbed to an estimated $925 million after no one beat the immense odds and won the giant prize.
A NASA astronaut and two Russians are back on Earth after being stuck in space for just over a year.
Giant panda Fan Xing has began a long journey home — to a country she has never visited. The 3-year-old was given a ceremonial send off Wednesday from Ouwehands Zoo in the Netherlands where she was born.
Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson, whose deft glovework and folksy manner made him one of the most beloved and accomplished athletes in Baltimore history, has died.
Sophia Loren is expressing gratitude for all the affection she is feeling following surgery after she fractured a hip and thigh bone in a fall.