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Updated at 3:43 PM

LAS VEGAS (AP) " Lamar Odom, the former NBA star and reality TV personality embraced by teammates and fans alike for his humble approach to fame, was hospitalized Wednesday, his estranged wife Khloe Kardashian by his side, after being found unresponsive in a Nevada brothel where he had been staying for days.

Updated at 3:40 PM

LONDON (AP) " The Rev. John Mosey has advice for relatives seeking justice for their loved ones who died aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: Don't expect your quest to carry much weight.

Updated at 3:07 PM

MOSCOW (AP) " Some Russian officials this week are daring to think the seemingly unthinkable in the land of vodka " banning the sale of alcohol once a week in the country's two main cities.

Updated at 1:34 PM

WARSAW, Poland (AP) " Former Polish prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski has shocked some in Poland by claiming that the Muslim migrants now arriving in Europe are carrying diseases that could hurt local people.

Updated at 12:05 PM

A New York City woman’s lawsuit against her 12-year-old nephew has been rejected by a Bridgeport, Connecticut, jury. Jennifer Connell had

Updated at 11:31 AM

Dave Granlund cartoon on the Cubs.

Updated at 11:30 AM

For expecting couples, offers from older relatives of large sums of money in exchange...

Updated at 11:30 AM

Truth be told, I didn’t give the Sammy Hagar cookbook, “Are We Having Any Fun Yet?” (William Morrow), more than a passing thought when I first saw it. Nothing on the cover made me hungry because it is a photo of him, not anything delicious.

Updated at 11:04 AM

Steve Spurrier, who resigned as South Carolina's "Head Ball Coach" on Monday, was one of the winningest coaches and most entertaining personalities in college football history.

Updated at 10:51 AM

Professional basketball player and one-time UNLV recruit Lamar Odom was taken to a Las Vegas hospital after he was found unconscious Tuesday night at a Nye County brothel, according to the Nye County sheriff's office.

Updated at 9:08 AM

Carthage voters face a big decision in November that will have a lasting affect on health care in the city for years or even generations to come.

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