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Lord Justice Goldring set a new inquest date for early next year for the Hillsborough incident that killed 96 soccer fans on April 15, 1989.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez received a 10-game ban on Wednesday for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic during a game.
Wrestling buddy of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev remembers him as a "nice guy to talk to."
Rogers, a former US national soccer player, said "In football it's obviously impossible to come out."
Almost six months after leaving ABC’s Good Morning America to battle a life-threatening illness, Robin Roberts is back on the air.
Beyonce stole the show — and maybe a little too much electricity — but she's not the only diva among the top five Super Bowl performers.
A 19-month investigation identified about 680 suspicious matches.
Analysis: Like many things small and independent that become famous, WikiLeaks has been subsumed by the very systems it purported to transcend.
The incident happened on a BMW sports car.
Celebrities attending or performing include John Legend, Katy Perry, Marc Anthony, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Brad Paisley and the Far East Movement.
Professionals "deemed essential" are told they cannot leave the country.
Oprah will speak with Lance Armstrong in a "no-holds-barred" interview that will air January 17.
Citing security concerns, Bangladesh's cricket team refused to tour Pakistan.
Rapper Kanye West confirmed the news Sunday night to a crowd of over 5,000 people at Revel Resort's Ovation Hall in Atlantic City.
It earned a total of $264.
The 'Kickalicious' video earned Rugland, who has no idea how to play football, a tryout with the Jets.
Thousands of Tolkien fans journeyed to Wellington for the premier of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.'
All 12 stadiums will be ready, said FIFA's secretary general Jerome Valcke, but other concerns remain.
David Beckham announced he's leaving the LA Galaxy to go ... where?
The car bomb that killed Wissam al-Hassan in Beirut last week has been blamed on Syria, echoing a decade of political violence.