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Jon Stewart: actor, television host, WWE Superstar. During Sunday's SummerSlam, Stewart, a WWE superfan, returned to the ring. But this time he wasn't

Updated at 11:19 AM

This week, we do things a little different as we present a one-on-one interview with Doug Fehan, the Corvette Racing Program Manager responsible for the overall running of the Corvette professional GT road racing team. Following a succession of...

Posted at 11:15 AM

Anime and video game characters including Pac Man and Hello Kitty are featured, along with the beloved blue Doraemon cat, who pulls from his pocket of magic gadgets a green warp pipe to whisk Abe, transformed briefly into Super Mario, from his...

Posted at 11:00 AM

The Zika virus spent the past year spreading through Latin America and the Caribbean. And, just as experts had warned, it's now reached the continental US, with confirmed local transmissions of the virus in Miami, Florida.

Posted at 10:45 AM

When the autopsy report for Prince surfaced in June, it became clear that the singer died from a lethal dose of a powerful opioid called fentanyl. Now investigators have found reason to believe that the pop icon did not know what he was taking.

Updated at 10:44 AM

It’s over. The Olympics. And I couldn’t be more disappointed to see it end. Because for those magical 16 days that I got to tune in, almost 24-hours-a-day, and watch the best of the best compete against each other, I also got to watch...

Updated at 10:23 AM

There’s a way to share in a bit of the thrills of exotic cars without racking up the stupendous costs of ownership, and that is to read their official magazines. From Porsche to Lamborghini, just about every top brand publishes one, and the...

Updated at 10:14 AM

Jean-Baptiste "Toots" Thielemans, whose unrivaled mastery of the harmonica led to collaborations with jazz luminaries such as pianist Oscar Peterson and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, and whose mellifluous sound graced soundtracks as varied as "Midnight...

Updated at 9:53 AM

Donald Trump said on Monday that the US must be "very firm" and "very, very strong" on immigration, but did not repeat his previous calls to deport the 11 million immigrants who are illegally in the country.

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