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U.S. military considers its options in Syria

The Pentagon has consistently updated its options for using the U.S. military in Syria, as conditions on the ground have changed.

Carnival: We'll increase ships' ability to operate on backup power

Carnival Cruise Lines said Wednesday it will increase the number of systems and services that its ships can run on backup power -- part of a fleetwide review the company is conducting after a string of mechanical problems.

School shooter wears 'KILLER' shirt during life sentencing

Ohio school shooter T.J. Lane will spend the rest of his life in prison in the deaths of three students last year, a judge ruled Tuesday.

7 killed in explosion at Nevada Marine training exercise

Seven Marines were killed as the result of an explosion during a Marine Corps training exercise at Hawthorne Army Depot in western Nevada, the Marine Corps said Tuesday.

White House warns Easter Egg Roll could be canceled

Ticket holders for the upcoming White House Easter Egg Roll are being warned the annual event could be canceled if lawmakers can't agree on a measure funding the federal government.

Selena Gomez made Justin Bieber cry

Maybe this explains Selena Gomez's "Cry Me A River" cover.

"RIHANNA 777" Airs Monday, May 6th on FOX

Rihanna will be soaring to new heights in the exclusive world premiere of her concert documentary RIHANNA 777, airing Monday, May 6 on FOX.

Fourth Carnival Cruise ship experiences trouble at sea

First, it was Triumph. Then, Elation. Then, Dream. And now, Legend.

Bieber fights back against 'countless lies'

Justin Bieber's endlessly chronicled mishaps - from his birthday to his lateness to his scuffles with paparazzi - have caused more than one person to question whether the 19-year-old is at the start of a downward spiral.

Passengers: Power outages, overflowing toilets on another Carnival cruise ship

A vacation cruise aboard the Carnival Dream in the Caribbean is quickly becoming a nightmare, a month after a fire crippled another Carnival ship in the Gulf of Mexico.