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Video highlights of the South African leader’s key speeches.
The 64-year-old is the first person to make the 110-mile swim without a protective shark cage.
Bieber has six weeks to attempt to reclaim his pet, but officials intimated it would be better for the monkey if it remained in German care.
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The Duchess of Cambridge asks people to support children’s hospices in the United Kingdom.
Akhmed Bilalov, who fled Russia earlier this year, says he is being treated in Germany.
Greek soccer player Giorgos Katidis has been banned for life from playing for any Greek National team after giving a Nazi salute while celebrating a goal.
A construction slowdown has set the stage for some creative financing of the projects that make our cities go.
Vonn was airlifted off a slope after crashing at the Alpine Ski World Championships in Austria.
Russia’s Emergencies Minister called for better enforcement of safety rules for winter sports following the death of tourist Denis Burakov.
7 National Football League teams have fired their coaches the day after the end of the regular season.
Suzy Favor Hamilton, a runner who competed for the United States in three Olympics, has admitted to moonlighting as a $600-an-hour prostitute.
A new study shows that Olympic medalists live an average of 2.8 years longer than the general public.
Several concertgoers walked out of Madonna's show in New Orleans last night after she urged them to vote for President Barack Obama.
Emanuel Steward trained a long list of champion fighters, including Thomas Hearns, Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis and Oscar De La Hoya.
Cruise is seeking $50 million in damages from the publisher of Life & Style Weekly.
The son of hip hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs is attracting criticism for accepting a $54,000 football scholarship from UCLA.
He's only the ninth driver in the 96 years of the race to win three or more.
The NFL Players Association filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the NFL and its owners had a "secret $123 million salary cap" in 2010.