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The long-awaited text of a landmark U.S.-backed Pacific trade deal was released on Thursday, revealing the details of a pact aimed at freeing up commerce in 40 percent of the world's economy but criticized for its opacity.
"The Voice" stars are an item.
The Country Club of Jackson in Mississippi will play host to the Sanderson Farms Championship, a tournament known for its breakthrough victors.
Women in the United States are paid less for equal work than men in all industries and a new report showed the widest discrepancy in wages is between married men and women with children.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Nov. 5.
Counter-terrorism experts say there's a significant possibility that ISIS is behind a suspected bomb attack on a Russian airliner that killed 224 people.
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Jimmy Fallon, Alanis Morissette, and Meghan Trainor are the Jagged Little Chicks.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
The actors are keen to reprise their roles as long-lost brothers in a sequel to the 1988 hit, "Twins," with Eddie Murphy joining the cast as another sibling.
"Room", a drama about a mother and son held captive for years, hits U.S. cinemas this week after scooping the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The $95 million arena is set to open in 2017.
The selfie could be coming to the voting booth -- at least in California.
Bosses of two leading cinema chains in the have banned “Star Wars” fans from dressing up as Darth Vader for…
The "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" hitmakers, fronted by twins Benji and Joel Madden, decided to part ways in 2011 to take a break from their busy work schedules.
Democrat Martin O'Malley and Republican Donald Trump will be among the first candidates to sign up for New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary.
Google is putting a different twist on the concept of "automated reply."
Despite a broad budget deal, the White House and Republicans controlling Congress must sort through dozens of policy issues and funding fights if they are to avoid a holiday season government shutdown.