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A new study shows that more than a quarter of melanoma survivors skip sunscreen and don't heed other sun protection advice.
Tiger Woods regained his No. 1 golf ranking for the first time since 2010 after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The Viking sunstone has long been thought to have been a navigational aid used by Viking mariners.
'One Day at a Time' star Bonnie Franklin died at age 69 following a battle with pancreatic cancer, he family says.
The Onion apologized after calling 9-year-old Best Actress nominee Quvenzhané Wallis the C-word on Twitter.
Rapper MC Hammer was arrested in Dublin, California, on charges of resisting and obstructing an officer.
Michelle Obama 'mom-danced' with Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on his show to promote her 'Let's Move' campaign.
The dolphin name study found that dolphins use squeaks and whistles to call out the names of loved ones when they become separated.
Conrad Bain played Mr. Drummond on the hit 1980s TV show Diff'rent Strokes for eight seasons.
A young Hillary Clinton decides between her career and boyfriend in the screenplay 'Rodham' written by a South Korean.
On 'Thriller' 30th anniversary, Michael Jackson fans celebrate the best-selling album of all time.
Michael Jordan was banned from the golf course in Miami after refusing to change into another pair of shorts.
The Gaza conflict is causing anxiety among pets stressed out by the constant wailing of sirens.
Judy Garland wore the blue gingham dress as Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz' in 1939.
The woolly mammoth found near Paris may have been cut into by prehistoric hunters.
Commissioner David Stern announces his pending retirement 30 years after taking charge of the NBA.
'Friday Night Lights' creator Peter Berg is taking issue with Romney's use of 'Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can't Lose.'
Roger Federer stays at No. 1 for the 300th week in his career after a win at the Shanghai Masters.
Rumors about Bobbi Kristina getting engaged to her adopted brother Nick Gordon have been swirling for months.
Earth may lose its magnetic field completely in as little as 500 years; flip planet's magnetic poles upside down.