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The parents of the camera assistant who was killed while filming the Allman Brothers biopic have settled their lawsuit.
The "Surfin' U.S.A." singer is planning to reveal behind-the-scenes details about the group in a new autobiography.
Four of the top-selling models were crash tested and only one faired well.
Here is a look at some of the sports headlines you'll be talking about today, Thursday, Nov. 20.
Charlotte Hornets forward Jeff Taylor was suspended after pleading guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence assault.
A proposed multimillion-dollar settlement for concussions sustained while playing football has been criticized for being "inadequate."
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined for not speaking to reporters after Sunday's loss.
The Oscar-winning director of "The Graduate" and "Carnal Knowledge," has died.
Senators plan to introduce legislation to encourage employees to report information on faulty parts to federal authorities.
Three students were shot when a gunman opened fire on campus early on Thursday.
Volunteers and Macy's employees are putting the finishing touches on the 88th annual parade.
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Two brothers throw their own paint party and their dad discovers the messy results.
Allegations that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted several women decades ago gained renewed attention last month.
Users will be able to get in touch with their chosen group easier — especially when using a mobile device.
Children are seeing fewer ads for sugary drinks on TV, but they remain a prime target for marketers.
The controversial plan on immigration policy is a go-it-alone move that could deepen the partisan divide.
Collins, a 7-foot defensive specialist, played for six teams during his 13-year NBA career.
The U2 frontman is recovering after fracturing his arm, eye, and shoulder blade in a bicycle crash.