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A look at some of this week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.
The world's largest online social network will help you weed through the clutter of boring, unwanted information, often from long-forgotten acquaintances.
Everyone at Comic-Con is excited for the new installment in the classic sci-fi film.
Haven't you always wanted to be on the cover of a magazine? No?
The city has a fever ... and the only cure is more cowbell!
If you listened to metal in the 1980s, chances are good you turned out OK.
Sharif was one of the few Arab actors to make it big in Hollywood.
While the safety of their private financial information is a big deal for a lot of people, when it comes to protecting it, many are actually pretty lax.
More than half of smartphone owners check their devices a few times an hour or more, and most Americans have their smartphones with them all day and many all night.
Twice NBA champion LeBron James has agreed to remain in Cleveland on a one-year deal with the Cavaliers worth $23 million.
World TeamTennis is celebrating its 40th anniversary as the 2015 season begins on Sunday.
"Go Set a Watchman," the much-anticipated second novel by the "To Kill a Mockingbird" author is already a best seller and it's not even out yet.
The queen of reality TV has become the first person to be immortalized by the famous museum in a selfie pose.
Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, and Jennifer Lawrence talk about the end of an era and their final appearance at Comic-Con.
Data breaches at the U.S. government's personnel management agency by hackers, with suspicions centering on China, involves millions more people than previously estimated.
The Oakland Raiders quarterback has died at the age of 69.
U.S. authorities foiled attacks planned around the Fourth of July, arresting more than 10 people before the holiday who were inspired by Islamic State online recruitment.
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Iran accused major powers of throwing up new "red lines" at nuclear talks, after the deadline to reach an agreement expired with no deal.