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Beyonce will perform, receive honor at MTV VMAs

It might be time to rename the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards as MTV's Beyonce Awards.

Teacher shows up drunk, without pants at first day of school

A new school teacher is missing her first week on the job after police say she showed up drunk to school. Lorie Hill was arrested Monday, the first day back at school for teachers at Wagoner High School in Oklahoma.

Golf: Wounded Warriors find salvation in sport

Jeremiah Pauley remembers all too vividly the moment that shrapnel from a roadside bomb in Iraq tore into his body and left his right arm dangling uselessly.

Animal lover leaves $160K to Metro Animal Control

A man who was an animal lover in life is still providing for them, even after his death. James Bomar Talbot left a large cash donation to Metro Animal Care and Control to be used to care for homeless cats.

North Carolina parents charged after baby dies in hot car

A Statesville, North Carolina, infant is dead after being left in a hot car last month, and now his parents are under arrest.

Host of massive rave: 'Worth it' despite drug overdoses

It was a lot quieter Sunday night outside James Taylor's Mecosta County home than it was just hours before. Taylor, 20, calls the farm house that's been in the family for 100 years his party house.

Why Olivia Wilde chose to breast-feed in Glamour

If you're going to photograph Olivia Wilde, she's going to make sure you get the full picture. So, in the September issue of Glamour magazine, that meant getting in a breast-feeding photo as well.

Study finds diversity still a problem in Hollywood

The 2014 awards season was heralded as being extremely diverse.

Society isn't quite ready for facial tattoos

"I am a canvas of my experiences, my story is etched in lines and shading, and you can read it on my arms, my legs, my shoulders, and my stomach." -- Kat Von D, tattoo artist Tattoos have come a long way.

Netflix: Stay tuned for more 'Arrested Development'

Get ready for more "Arrested Development." Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer of Netflix, told USA Today that he's "positive" about another season of the Emmy-winning sitcom.