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Report: One-third of US kids still eat fast food every day

Fast food is considered heavy in calories, and scientists have pointed at drive-thru french fries and takeout pizza as contributors to kids being overweight.


in Music, Sports

Ciara and Russell Wilson are planning for a family

The "Love Sex Magic" hitmaker began dating the Super Bowl champ in April.


in Sports

Titans’ Hunter not guilty in assault case

Justin Hunter was found not guilty of assault and battery charges from a fight at a Virginia bar in July.


in National, Sports, World

5 cities in the running for 2024 games

Los Angeles is in the running to host a third Olympics while Hamburg, Paris, Rome and Budapest will battle to bring the multi-sport extravaganza back to Europe.


in Sports

WATCH: Serena says U.S. Open match wasn’t a ‘loss’

Fresh from her U.S. Open defeat, Serena Williams discusses her second HSN collection, the Serena Williams Signature Statement Collection, at New York Fashion Week.


in Lifestyle

Finding a Disney cruise for less

Disney cruises can be expensive, but you do not have to choose between sailing with Mickey and sending your children to college someday. Necessarily.


in National, World

Democrats block legislation to kill Iran nuclear deal

By a vote of 56-42, the Republican-majority Senate fell short of the 60 votes needed in the 100-member chamber to advance the legislation.


in National

Trump in the crosshairs at second Republican debate

Rivals seek to make up ground they have lost to the front-running billionaire with a flair for bomb-throwing rhetoric.


in Sports

Wednesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 16.


in National

10 FOR TODAY: Wednesday, Sept. 16

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.


in Viral Videos

He’s got the ‘look’

Will Ferrell, Jimmy Fallon, and Justin Timberlake prove sometimes you can have a conversation without saying a word.


in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Sept. 16

A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.


in Entertainment, Viral Videos

‘Game of Thrones’ meets ‘Bob’s Burgers’

If the hit HBO drama was animated like a Fox cartoon ...


in Sports

Trial opens for man charged in murder of Adrian Peterson’s son

A South Dakota jury heard opening statements in the trial of a man accused of killing the 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in 2013.


in Music

Keith Richards’ drug-fueled Bentley sells for $1.2M

The Rolling Stones wildman bought the car in 1965 as the band's career took off, and says it carried him on "many an acid-fueled journey."


in National, World

Obama to raise cyber concerns with China’s Xi

President Barack Obama will discuss cyber security with the Chinese leader when they meet in Washington this month amid rising U.S. worries about hackers.


in Entertainment

Nickelodeon is (probably) bringing back the best of the ’90s

Bring on the "Doug" and "Hey Dude" marathons.


in Lifestyle

Taco Bell joins fast-food booze bandwagon

The chain will debut a new restaurant concept next week that dumps the drive-thru and brings on the booze.


in Viral Videos

WATCH: Penguin rave

Get out your glow sticks.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington recovering from heart attack


Members of the musician's family have revealed doctors had to repair two heart stents and add a third.

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The world’s biggest beer brewer


The makers of Budweiser and Miller have announced plans to join forces, creating the world's biggest brewery.

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More people are dying from painkiller overdoses


The proportion of people reporting use of prescription opioids for reasons other than medical necessity fell between 2003 and 2013, but use disorders and overdose deaths increased, according to a new study.