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Forget what you read on the signs at the local Occupy Whatever City rally. The so-called "99 percent" have never had it so good.
“Reege” says goodbye to “Live! With Regis and Kelly” on Nov. 18. Here's a brief look at the life of Regis Philbin.
Colleges across the country have tightened their use of aerial lifts _ or outright eliminated them _ a year after a University of Notre Dame student was killed when wind gusts toppled the lift where he was filming football practice.
Notre Dame is leaving the Central Collegiate Hockey Association for Hockey East beginning with the 2013-14 season and will bolster the program's national profile through another TV deal with NBC.
The Justice Department's rejection of AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA will test new federal guidelines on challenging mergers and the companies' resolve in forming the nation's largest wireless carrier.
Ever since the 1960s, revisionist historians and religious leaders have condemned President Harry S. Truman's use of the atomic bomb to end the war with Japan in August 1945.
Tony Kushner won a Pulitzer Prize for "Angels in America," his epic play about the AIDS epidemic, and is a New York literary fixture who has received more than a dozen honorary degrees from American colleges and universities.
Are these planets without orbits? Astronomers have found 10 potential planets as massive as Jupiter wandering through a slice of the Milky Way galaxy, following either very wide orbits or no orbit at all. And scientists think they are more common than the stars.
The University of Notre Dame has completed its internal investigation into the death of a student who was killed when a 53 mph wind toppled the hydraulic lift he was on while videotaping football practice in October.