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Tax collections would get a multi-billion-dollar boost if undocumented residents were given temporary legal status, a new report claims.
The 53 women vying to become the next Miss America have arrived in Atlantic City.
A former gas station in downtown Florence has been torn down. A new, two-story brick building will go up in its place.
Rookie linebacker Chris Kirksey is a big man, on and off the field. But he's more like a munchkin in "Madden 15."
Serena Williams and Ekaterina Makarova sprinted into the semi-finals, while Novak Djokovic and Kei Nishikori were forced to take the long road into the last four.
Police will file criminal charges after confiscating 500 counterfeit DVDs from the Olde Hadley Flea Market
Here is a look at the big sports news making headlines today, Sept. 4.
Rory McIlroy says he will be "disappointed" unless he can cap his banner year by capturing FedExCup honors and the $10 million bonus.
The former teen idol is required to undergo counseling and equip his cars with a breath-alcohol ignition interlock device.
The Colombian star of the hit ABC comedy "Modern Family" is the highest paid woman on television.
The family of the second American journalist beheaded by Islamic State militants challenged the group to a debate on the teachings of the Koran.
Fast-food workers will stage protests in more than 150 U.S. cities on Thursday as they seek the right to form a union.
Facebook went down briefly on Wednesday in what appeared to be the latest outage to affect the social network.
"The Daily Show" host takes on the story of a Tehran-born journalist who was imprisoned and tortured in Iran.
Here are five storylines to watch during the National Football League's 2014 season, which kicks off Thursday in Seattle.
90 year old Lee Hawkins of Northampton, who planned her death by stopping eating and drinking, has died.
The NFL season kicks off on Sept. 4 and will conclude on Feb. 1 with the Super Bowl.
The percentage of Americans lacking access to enough food has declined in the past few years but still represents over 17 million households.
The musician behind the '80s hit has become real-life university professor.
"Frozen Fever" will bring the directors, songwriters, and stars of the Disney hit back together.