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The Sbarro pizza restaurant chain filed for bankruptcy court protection Monday, less than three weeks after it was forced to close more than 40% of its U.S. locations.
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden says the NSA is "setting fire to the future of the Internet" with surveillance practices he first revealed last year.
Beijing sent two delegations here Monday to probe stolen passports as reports surfaced that an Iranian man purchased the two tickets used by those passengers on the Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared Saturday off the coast of Vietnam.
A shirtless man holds an infant to his chest with the caption "Project
Breastfeeding: If I could, I would." Much to Hector Cruz's surprise, the
photos have gone viral.
Speaking publicly for the first time, the father of the Newtown, Conn., school killer says he wishes his son had never been born.
A powerful magnitude-6.9 earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean off the California coast early Monday.
Six planes and seven ships from Vietnam were searching for the object but nothing had been found.
There are two different business interests here in facing the transition
to a video world with fewer ads: the media and the brands.
Once Joran van der Sloot completes his Peru murder sentence in 2038, he'll be extradited to the U.S.
Separatists in Crimea are keeping up the pressure for unification with Moscow while the Ukrainian prime minister is vowing not to give up "a single centimeter" of his country's territory.
Rebels in Syria have freed more than a dozen Greek Orthodox nuns, ending their four-month captivity in exchange for Syrian authorities releasing dozens of female prisoners.
Americans are using public transit in greater numbers than any time since the suburbs began booming - nearly 10.7 billion trips in 2013.
William "Wild Bill" Guarnere, one of the World War II veterans whose exploits were dramatized in the TV miniseries "Band of Brothers," has died. He was 90
A low-flying plane on Sunday spotted an object in waters off Vietnam that could be a piece of the Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines jet that disappeared early Saturday, authorities said.
By the time Ford unveiled the first mass market sports car in 1964, the last year in which joining the boomers' club was a demographic birthright, a youthful generation of 83 million strong was emerging whom Ford could target as customers.
Two passengers on the flight manifest for the Malaysian jetliner that vanished with 239 on board weren't on board the plane, foreign ministry officials in Italy and Austria said Saturday.
Here's one more possible sign Apple is jumping into the smartwatch business.
Science teacher goes on McDonald's-only diet to prove it's not where you eat, but what you eat (and how much you exercise) that matters.
The loss of an hour's sleep can also result in less productivity, researchers say.
The cost of a streaming package is only $7.99, that's almost half the price of a movie ticket in New York City. Can prices remain this low going forward in the face of deals like the one with Comcast (CMCSA)?
Do you ever wonder what your accent sounds like to people overseas? A YouTube user from Finland is giving the world a chance to find out.
Emory University Hospital was one of three hospitals across the country that took part in a six-way kidney swap this week.
When the Jetsons first hit prime time in 1962, only a handful of TV stations could broadcast in color. Now, one of the most popular element of the show: a cooking computer is a food truck reality.
Is it a religious symbol or piece of history? A controversy over a cross-shaped steel beam found in the World Trade Center rubble continues to rage.
A Tampa Police investigation is underway Friday after an entire family, including a pregnant woman and two young children, were hospitalized as a result of eating LSD-laced meat.
Theron Humphrey attained Internet and book fame with his photos of "Maddie on Things" - happy images of his dog perching patiently atop bicycles, horses, shopping carts, skateboards and more - and his latest photo project packs a similarly blissful wallop.
Matt Serletic isn't leaving anything to chance.
A documentary that claims to expose the treatment of orcas and problems with trainer safety at SeaWorld has spurred action from a California state lawmaker.
Rallies were held in the streets of Russia Friday to urge Crimea to become part of Russia as a leader of Russia's parliament pledged to support a referendum -deemed illegal by the West - to break from Ukraine.
A pregnant South Carolina woman was charged Friday with three counts of attempted first-degree murder for allegedly driving her minivan into the ocean in an effort to drown her three young children, according to the Volusia County sheriff.
Maybe he was a little nervous about being in the presence of a musical legend: Aretha Franklin.
The U.S. is sending 80 athletes and the team is billed as the largest of any nation in Sochi, with 58 men and 22 women, and up from 50 athletes in 2010.
CNN and Turner Broadcasting System founder Ted Turner was admitted to a hospital for observation while traveling in South America, his spokesman Phillip Evans said Friday.
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The woman said their relationship ended when Pistorius cheated on her with Reeva Steenkamp.
A judge has decided that the Texas man who set an 8-year-old boy on fire will be tried as an adult in the murder case. Robbie Middleton died in 2011, 13 years after he was doused in gasoline and set ablaze to cover an alleged sex assault.