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WWE’s popular television show, “Friday Night Smackdown,” will be moving from Fox to USA Network next year under a new five-year domestic media rights partnership with NBCUniversal.
Police say a 2-year-old girl who walked away from her home in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with two family dogs was found hours later asleep in the woods using one of the canines as a furry pillow.
Tourists in Rome can now enjoy a “new” ancient attraction. The 2,000-year-old Domus Tiberiana was home to rulers in the ancient city’s Imperial period.
For the first time in a century, a private passenger rail service will launch new operations in the US and this time it involves high-speed trains.
A serial killer in Rwanda has pleaded guilty at a court saying he killed 14 people. Most of the victims were women.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said a woman was walking her dog when a cow moose charged, headbutting the hiker and stomping on her before she escaped back down the trail.
Bob Ross was known for his unpretentious approach to painting on his long-running show, “The Joy of Painting,” but now the painting he completed on his first episode in 1983 is for sale for nearly $10 million.
Kevin Costner and his wife of nearly 19 years, Christine Baumgartner, have reached a settlement in their divorce.
A 96-year-old U.S. federal appeals court judge has been barred from hearing cases for a year after a judicial panel said she refused to undergo medical testing over concerns she’s no longer mentally fit to serve on the bench.
Maryland will pay more than $340,000 to compensate a man who spent five years in prison after being wrongly convicted of murder and assault. Maryland Gov.
A federal judge has dismissed two lawsuits filed by a Detroit-area man whose decades in prison for drug dealing and work as an informant inspired the movie “White Boy Rick.”
Connecticut’s attorney general has agreed to a $25.2 million settlement with two men who spent decades in prison for murder, based partly on evidence presented by famed forensic scientist Henry Lee that a judge later found was fabricated.
A 91-year-old Georgia sheriff says he will hand in his badge after more than 50 years as the county’s chief lawman.
Kraft Heinz is recalling more than 83,000 cases of individually-wrapped Kraft Singles American processed cheese slices because part of the wrapper could stick to the slice and become a choking hazard.
Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani had elbow surgery Tuesday, and his doctor said he expects the two-way star will be available as a hitter on opening day next season and will return to the mound as a pitcher in 2025.
Colorado coach Deion Sanders has condemned the death threats sent to Colorado State safety Henry Blackburn after his late hit that sent Buffaloes star Travis Hunter to the hospital with a lacerated liver.
Parents whose kids bought virtual gear without their knowledge on the popular Fortnite video game could soon be able to get a refund.
Police are investigating the death of a man following an incident in the stands at a New England Patriots home game.
Google is introducing its artificially intelligent chatbot named Bard to other members of its digital family — including Gmail, Maps and YouTube — as it seeks to ward off competitive threats posed by similar technology run by Open AI and Microsoft.
A bus coach traveling through Austria has driven off the road and crashed on its side, killing a woman and injuring 20 other passengers.
Cleveland Browns star running back Nick Chubb was carted off the field with a serious left knee injury against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The family of a 14-year-old girl who allegedly discovered an iPhone taped to the back of a toilet seat on a recent flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Boston said they believe it was put there to record her by a member of the crew.
Phil Mickelson says he won’t be betting on football this year. Lefty has posted a message on social media that details his gambling addiction.
It wasn’t an escapee from the Country Bear Jamboree attraction, but a wild black bear managed to be the star of its own show at Walt Disney World.
A Florida reptile park has taken in an alligator that lost its nose and upper jaw to a fight or boat propeller.
The crash site for a stealth fighter jet that went missing during the weekend after its pilot ejected has been located in rural South Carolina after the military asked the public for help finding an aircraft built to elude detection.
Marilyn Manson has been sentenced to community service and a fine after pleading no contest to blowing his nose on a videographer at a 2019 concert in New Hampshire.
The same Ohio river valley where the Wright brothers pioneered human flight will soon manufacture cutting-edge electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.
Authorities in Maine say a man who was reported missing has been found trapped in his pickup truck after two days in a muddy, wooded area in New Hampshire.
If it were a normal year, the 75th Emmy Awards would be held Monday night. But this is no normal year.
Minnesota manager Rocco Baldelli spends most of his life around a bunch of Twins. This is going to be a little different.
The state of California has filed a lawsuit against some of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, claiming they deceived the public about the risks of fossil fuels blamed for climate change-related storms and wildfires that caused billions of dollars in damage.
Shohei Ohtani will have surgery soon on the ligament tear in his pitching elbow after the Los Angeles Angels’ two-way star was ruled out for the rest of the season due to an oblique injury.
An aircraft of the Italian acrobatic air team the Frecce Tricolori has crashed during a practice run in the northern Turin province.
The beer is flowing and millions of people descending on the Bavarian capital to celebrate the official opening of Oktoberfest.