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Ukrainian reporter allegedly attacks Brad Pitt on red carpet

A journalist accused of striking Brad Pitt at the "Maleficent" premiere is out of a job and possibly faces months in jail.

Almost half of American adults hacked in 2014

Hackers have exposed the personal information of 110 million Americans -- roughly half of the nation's adults -- in the last 12 months alone.

Cynicism linked to greater dementia risk, study says

Your spouse "had to stay late at work" -- are you skeptical? Do you think your friend doesn't like you if he cancels dinner plans? Do you suspect that your co-worker is putting her ambitions ahead of the team?

Robert De Niro opens up about his gay father

Robert De Niro says it was his "responsibility" to make a documentary about his father, artist Robert De Niro Sr., he told Out magazine in an interview.

Ad comparing Tennessee legislature to Taliban draws criticism

Nashville (WSMV) -- An advertisement comparing the Tennessee legislature to the Taliban is drawing stiff criticism.

MO: School buses allegedly speed at 80 mph with children inside

St. Louis, MO (KTVI) -- Myckel Wiggers and his wife say they were driving along I-44 east at 11:45 Tuesday afternoon when they saw three Go-Ahead school buses packed with young children wiz by.

Billionaire Twitter co-founder say he'll always be a 'punk'

Before he was a billionaire, Twitter co-founder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey was a blue-haired punk with a tattoo covering his forearm and a pierced ear.

Hernandez prosecutors: Bump, spilled drink led to double homicide

An accidental dance floor bump and a spilled drink agitated then-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez before he allegedly shot and killed two men in Boston, an assistant district attorney said Wednesday during Hernandez's arraignment

10 things we now know about Edward Snowden

Traitor or patriot? Low-level systems analyst or highly trained spy?

Report: 1,700 vets not on Phoenix VA wait list, at risk of being 'lost or forgotten'

At least 1,700 military veterans waiting to see a doctor were never scheduled for an appointment and were never placed on a wait list at the Veterans Affairs medical center in Phoenix, raising the question of just how many may have been "f