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Ellen DeGeneres took a moment to get serious about an important issue during Thursday's Ellen, addressing a religious freedom bill that discriminates against LGBT people

Updated at 12:24 PM

Here we go again: The first trailer forRogue One: A Star Wars Story has...

Posted at 11:00 AM

The discovery of a supermassive black hole in a sparsely populated region of space has scientists wondering if the behemoths might be more common than previously thought.

Updated at 10:59 AM

Desperate for a savior and envious of his appeal to young voters, Republican Party leaders now see Bernie Sanders as their best and perhaps last chance at sidelining Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary and defeating Hillary Clinton...

Posted at 10:45 AM

What did you expect? Civility? In 2016? Governor Rick Scott stopped at a Gainesville Starbucks Tuesday evening and happened across Cara Jennings. It was not what the governor would call a serendipitous moment. MoreBut it was her use of a magic word...

Posted at 10:45 AM

Stockton police say two men stabbed each other in a fight that began after one of them defecated on the other's lawn.

Updated at 10:42 AM

I left home for a breakfast meeting early one cold morning a month or two ago, and my car refused to get up and go. A half-mile down the road and I still hadnít reached thirty miles-per-hour. I had already noticed a serious decrease in gas mileage,...

Posted at 10:00 AM

Merle Haggard didn't just write great country songs, he lived them. Haggard wrote songs for the American working class to drink to, to dance to and to cry to. Haggard died Wednesday at his home in Palo Cedro, California on his 79th birthday,...

Updated at 9:49 AM

In a nomination fight that's been as divisive as the debate over East L.A. or West L.A., celebrities often grab headlines for choosing to endorse a candidate. It's all part of the fun in the digital era's spectacle of presidential politics.

Posted at 9:45 AM

It started with a few kittens. But nearly a quarter century later, a California woman has transformed her 4,000-square-foot home into what's believed to be the largest no-cage cat sanctuary and adoption center in the U.S.

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