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The smoking rate dropped to 17 percent last year, down from about 18 percent in 2013.
Coach Jay Gruden has announced that Cousins will be his starting quarterback for the season, saying the Michigan State product gives his team the best chance to win.
Lawmakers in NYC are proposing regulations requiring fast food meals that come with a toy include a serving of fruit, vegetable, or whole grain and limit the meal to no more than 500 calories.
The number of U.S. college students smoking marijuana every day or nearly every day is greater than it has been in 35 years, according to a study released on Tuesday.
Obama will spend the second day of his Alaska tour in the picturesque coastal town of Seward, named after President Abraham Lincoln’s Secretary of State William Seward, who negotiated the purchase of Alaska in 1867 from Russia.
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"Leonard: A 50 Year Friendship" will hit the shelves next year.
The National Football League and its players union failed to reach a settlement in their dispute over New England quarterback Tom Brady's four-game "Deflategate" suspension despite weeks of talks.
The wrestling icon is pleading with fans for their forgiveness after he was caught on tape using a racial slur, insisting the controversial comments were made at the "lowest point" of his life.
The MMA champion has teamed up with fast-food chain Carl's Jr. to pitch their latest breakfast creation.
A Colorado county is thinking about setting up the world's first public college funded with marijuana money.
Only Metallica and Dave Matthews Band have previously achieved the chart feat.
Shrinking glaciers, Arctic temperatures and a mix of messy energy politics await President Barack Obama as he begins his historic trip to Alaska.
Overall scores are higher than expected, though below what many parents may be accustomed to seeing.
"The Guardians of the Galaxy" adventures will continue in this new comic book, which ties in with the blockbuster film.
New York City's sanitation department has its very own anthropologist-in-residence.
Suspicions that Chinese hackers were behind a series of data breaches in the United States have been an irritant in relations between the world's two largest economies.