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Major sites will show perpetual 'loading' symbol Wednesday

Your Internet won't be any slower than usual on Wednesday, but it might look like it is.

'Sons of Guns' daughter to detail allegations against him on national TV show

When William Hayden was first arrested in early August, he claimed an ex-girlfriend filed false charges against him because he ended their relationship.

Indiana couple charged with holding woman in a dog cage for weeks

A young Indiana mother was gagged with chloroform and held captive for two months, forced to wear a dog collar tethered to an "intricate restraint system" and kept in a wooden cage built by one of her "sadist" captors, polic

Apple unveils two new iPhones

 Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Tuesday, as well as a new mobile payments platform called ApplePay, and the AppleWatch.

Apple unveils two new iPhones

Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Tuesday.

Cher ordered to bed to fight viral infection; 'Dress to Kill' tour delayed

A virus is forcing Cher to postpone the opening of the second leg of her "Dressed to Kill" tour this week.

Howard Stern: I cried 'like a baby' at Rivers' funeral

Howard Stern cried. Margaret Cho laughed. Stern, the famously irreverent radio host and comedian, said that he "was crying like a baby" at Joan Rivers' funeral service Sunday.

Ray Rice video prompts stories of #WhyIStayed, #WhyILeft

As media outlets Monday circulated security-camera video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator, many wondered why the woman -- now his wife -- would remain with the fallen NFL star.

Taylor Swift changes her tune on '1989'

In October, Taylor Swift's transition to pop music will be complete.

Job-hopping Millennials are losing big on retirement savings

Your company's vesting policy may not be on your mind when considering your next career move, but it should be.