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If Liam Neeson is bad in "Taken," then Denzel is super bad in Antoine Fuqua's "The Equalizer."
Europe's Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson will take on Americans Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson in the opening Ryder Cup on Friday.
Jimmy Fallon reads suggestions for improving the show written by elementary school children.
Models including the Dodge Charger and the Jeep Grand Cherokee are affected.
A gambler in Germany has been saved from prison by a one-armed bandit.
Holder, 63, was the nation's first black attorney general and has made civil rights a cornerstone of his time in office.
He might be on the cover of "NBA 2K15," but the Oklahoma City Thunder star plays the video game as LeBron James.
There are no holds barred in Apple's bendable iPhone 6 blunder.
Many iPhone 6 users complained about a drop in cell service and problems with apps.
The FDNY says three retired firefighters who worked at ground zero have died on the same day from 9/11-related illnesses.
The film, which opens tomorrow, tells the story of Hendrix before he became a star with all the hits.
The star, who plays Ben Affleck's missing wife in the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's thriller, had help perfecting her American accent.
Construction on a new 18,000-seat hockey arena and 45-block entertainment complex is set to start in Detroit.
A Washington state teen who threw a rowdy party rife with underage drinking and drug use called police to intervene after fights broke out.
Here is a look at the big sports stories you'll be talking about today, Thursday, Sept. 25.
Jimmy HItchcock was sentenced in North Carolina to almost four years in prison for being the ringleader of a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme.
The fund will compensate for deaths or injuries linked to General Motors vehicles with faulty ignition switches.
The University of Baltimore is making it OK to read comic books in class, and even will give you college credit for it.
Barbra Streisand made music history as her latest release "Partners" topped the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
More than half of Americans say brands should drop sponsorship deals with the NFL over its handling of players accused of domestic violence.