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Updated at 3:32 PM

Students at UCLA filled the university chancellor's office Thursday in response to a Kanye West-themed fraternity party they said was offensive, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Updated at 2:22 PM

"Pizza rat" may have a rival — or two.

Updated at 2:17 PM

A Florida man drove a stolen car to police headquarters to pick up court papers related to another stolen car charge, 

Updated at 1:54 PM

The world lost John Lennon far too early: The astonishingly talented Beatles musician and lyricist from Liverpool was only 40 when he was murdered in New York City in 1980. The songwriter would have celebrated his 75th birthday today,...

Updated at 12:04 PM

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came to Las Vegas on Oct. 8, insulted most of his rivals, bashed the media, called the current crop of American leaders incompetent and promised to make America great again. Again.

Updated at 11:20 AM

If it's possible to judge a city's dining scene by its burgers, then these 10 cities are America's food capitals. 

Updated at 10:56 AM

Glenn Edwin Replogle, 85, Carthage, Mo., passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, at his home after a lengthy illness.

Updated at 10:55 AM

Dorothy Harper, 90, passed away on Oct. 7, 2015 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Mo.

Updated at 10:45 AM

If lovers want to exchange vows in the future, they might want to disclose credit scores now, a paper from the U.S. Federal...

Updated at 9:23 AM

Tensions among three of the Republican presidential hopefuls vying for support from the establishment wing of the party burst into public view this week after their campaign vehicles were involved in a pileup en route to an event in Cedar Rapids,...

Updated at 8:43 AM

Officials in Charlotte, North Carolina, are considering whether to create ďpublic safety zones,Ē areas within the city where people with past convictions, and merely arrests, would be restricted from entering.

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