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A Nissan GT-R Nismo at the Nismo global headquarters and development center in Yokohama City, Japan, in February.
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This Oct. 13, 2012 file photo shows Fox News commentator and author Bill O'Reilly at the Comedy Central "Night Of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together For Autism Programs" at the Beacon Theatre in New York.
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In this Sunday, June 16, 2013 photo, law enforcement officials transfer Charles Richard Jennings Jr. center, from an ambulance to a waiting police vehicle at a freeway exit off of I-84 near Tremonton, Utah.
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This June 17, 2013 photo released courtesy of Lauren Sandler shows, from left, Justin Lane, Lauren Sandler and Dahlia Lane at their home in the Brooklyn borough of New York.
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A Honda Fit electric vehicle at the 2011 car show in Shanghai, China. Hondaa s plug-in, which fit U.S. standards, had total U.S. sales of 83 through May. Automakers are coming under increasing pressure to sell zero-emission vehicles to U.S. consumers who have shown little interest in them, with more states following California's lead in setting ... (more)
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VICE magazine has a reputation for using provocative content to draw an audience - Dennis Rodman's North Korean tour comes to mind - but a spread in the magazine's recent fiction issue has sparked particular fury.
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The Muscular Dystrophy Association has announced a partnership with the ABC network, which will begin carrying its annual telethon nationwide this year.
A New York man was arrested and charged for endangering the welfare of four children who allegedly broke into and vandalized his father-in-law's home, causing property damage in excess of $40,000 The man locked the children into a closet until police arrived, and claims he made no threats to hurt them.
HOLDING PATTERN: Trading was light Monday, with investors waiting to see what Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will say Wednesday about how long the central bank might keep in place programs meant to stimulate the economy.
Ron Perelman and Claudia Cohen divorced in 1994, but remained close. He became the executor of her estate after her death in 2007.
The man who admitted leaking classified documents about U.S. surveillance programs purportedly went online live on Monday to declare the truth would come out even if he is jailed or killed.
Sharon McKay, who lives a mile away from Jimmy Hoffa dig site near Adams and Orion roads, stopped in the area Monday with a camera.
This weekend's New York Times Magazine had a long feature on how artist James Turrell has "knocked the art world off its feet," partly by opening three major shows in different cities inside a month.
Hot on the heels of Friday's Seattle Times revelation about anti-gun Mayor Mike McGinn 's error-ridden gun buy-back, a newspaper in Pennsylvania yesterday published a lengthy piece on the poor track record of such events, with particular focus on Seattle.
Edison International's decision to abandon its San Onofre nuclear plant in California is the latest blow for an industry facing questions about its long-term survival.
Five passengers from the plane which made an emergency landing in Scotland following security fears are now claiming asylum in the UK, Police Scotland have confirmed.
"To me, this is one of those selfish things," said Scott Hoverman, 3 Alarm Comics owner.