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A civilian in England decided to help the cops out by tripping the alleged drug dealer they were running after. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star opens up about home life before serving her 1-year prison sentence. Plus, why does Teresa feel like Julia Roberts?
Josh Donaldson and the Blue Jays have agreed to a two-year deal totaling nearly $29 million, avoiding arbitration and locking up the reigning AL MVP.
It is hard to imagine something as large as a galaxy being able to remain hidden for long, but it appears hundreds have been doing just that.
With voting still underway in the New Hampshire primary, exit polls show that democratic voters favor a candidate more than liberal than President Obama. CNN's David Chalian reports.
The official logo for Paris' bid for the 2024 Olympics was revealed Tuesday in a light show on the facade of the iconic Arc de Triomphe.
Famed German inventor Artur Fischer died on January 27th at the age of 96; some of his best-known creations includes the drywall anchor and the Fischertechnik line of building kits for kids.
A mother in Alaska posted online that she purchased a Happy Meal from McDonalds in 2010 just to see what would happen to the food and six years later her findings have gone viral.
A student and former softball player at Kent State University has claimed in a lawsuit that her coach tried to cover up her report that she was raped and that university officials failed to follow federal law after she reported the attack
With voting still underway in the New Hampshire primary, exit polls show 50% of GOP voters feel "betrayed" by their party. CNN's David Chalian reports.
Across New Hampshire, candidates are engaging in the kind of retail politics that is only possible in a small state: attending luncheons and speaking at town halls, shaking voters’ hands in restaurants, and taking hundreds of selfies.