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In a scene straight out of Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds," some out-of-control birds are chasing people at a central Florida park.
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Actor Billy Zane pokes fun at the fact he shares a similar name to former One Direction member Zayn Malik in a new video.
Craig T. Nelson has signed on to revive his hit TV sitcom "Coach" for a new sequel series on NBC.
Top-seed Kentucky advances after defeating West Virginia 78-39 rout of West Virginia in the Midwest Regional.
Kate Upton and Lea Michele have teamed up for a new William H. Macy comedy called "The Layover."
The horse stayed on the street during his escape but didn't stop at red lights.
Four apartment buildings in New York City caught fire from an apparent gas explosion, causing 19 injuries.
Oil prices fell more than $1 a barrel on Friday as worries receded over the Saudi Arabia-led air strikes in Yemen.
The German pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a plane in the French Alps suffered from depression, a German newspaper reported.
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Minimum wage, right to work zones, and other questions were posed.
Children wasted no time Thursday morning running to play in the new "Bounties of Nature" playground at Center Park in Springfield, once it officially opened.
Ed Sheeran surprised a pair of newlyweds at their wedding reception by singing Thinking Out Loud for their first dance.
Taylor Swift ranks two spots behind Pope Francis in a new Fortune.com poll of the World's Greatest Leaders.
Dallas police say a woman accused of providing illegal buttocks injections has surrendered to authorities.
Producers confirm that the next season of "Downton Abbey" will be the last.
The Illinois Legislature has approved a plan ending weeks of negotiations over plugging a $1.6 billion hole in this year's state budget.
Congressman Aaron Schock says he is leaving Congress with sadness and humility.
An Illinois National Guard soldier is one of two people arrested for allegedly providing support to ISIS.
Jackson will serve the remainder of his sentence at a Washington, D.C., halfway house.