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Where the yellow-brick road ends
These theme parks aren't like Disney parks. See why travelers are craving vintage.
School limits frats after death
A month into the fall semester, Clemson University has pulled the plug on two dozen fraternities.
5 things to know about Mars mission
The United States couldn't do it on its first try. Neither could the Soviets.
Spacecraft enters Mars' orbit
MAVEN has arrived in Mars's orbit after traveling 442 million miles in the course of 10 months to get there.
Rosetta scientists target comet's head
Scientists have picked a prime landing site on the "head" of a comet for the next stage of the Rosetta mission.
Body of missing real estate agent found
The body of missing Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter was located soon after police arrested and charged a suspect in her murder.
5 family members die mysteriously
There were no signs of trauma, no clues of any violence or foul play at the Utah home.
Workplace violence warning signs
Some jobs are more prone than others to workplace violence, though employees everywhere might be able to prevent such attacks by looking for warning signs.
It's a girl for Chelsea Clinton
Chelsea Clinton has given birth to a daughter, according to a post on her confirmed Twitter and Facebook accounts.
'Sugar babies' date for cash
Serena Cervantes has been struggling to earn her bachelor's degree for seven years.
Her family searches for answers
Gone but not forgotten.
Body of missing real estate agent found
The body of missing Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter was located soon after police arrested and charged a suspect in her murder.
Man to jury: I'll see you 'in hell'
After being convicted of murdering three people, a man screams at the jury. CNN affiliate WWLP reports.
Cops: She made victim strip
A 21-year-old Fresno, California woman accused of stripping naked and beating another woman, appears in court.
Pirates edge Braves to clinch playoff spot
Gerrit Cole retired the final 17 hitters he faced, and the surging Pittsburgh Pirates clinched a spot in the playoffs with a 3-2 win over the free-falling Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night.
Royals knock A's out with Perez hit in 12th
The Kansas City Royals had waited 29 years to reach the postseason. They weren't going down without a fight.
Oakland's Dunn will retire after 14 seasons
Oakland Athletics designated hitter Adam Dunn is retiring, he told ESPN's Pedro Gomez.
Raiders go with Sparano, stand behind GM
The Oakland Raiders named Tony Sparano as their interim head coach Tuesday, less than 24 hours after firing Dennis Allen.
Anti-AD rally latest mark of Michigan unrest
Students and fans flooded the front lawn of University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel's on-campus house Tuesday night, demanding the school get rid of athletic director Dave Brandon.
Michael Phelps 'deeply sorry' after DUI arrest
Authorities say Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested on a DUI charge in Maryland.
Kobe after first practice: 'Felt like myself'
Kobe Bryant said he felt like himself after his first team practice in about 10 months as the Los Angeles Lakers opened training camp on Tuesday under new coach Byron Scott.
Vegas sportsbook: Cavs to win 58.5 games
With LeBron James back in uniform, the Cleveland Cavaliers are expected to win more games than any other team, according to one Las Vegas sportsbook.
Harrison: Brady 'scared to death' in pocket
Former New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison said Tuesday that it looked like quarterback Tom Brady is "scared to death" when he drops back in the pocket to pass.
Angels' Hamilton says he's ready for ALDS
Los Angeles Angels slugger Josh Hamilton says he's feeling better and is ready for the playoffs later this week.
Waiters: Me, Irving better than Wall, Beal
The Cleveland Cavaliers figure to have a target on their backs wherever they go this season, but there could be a little extra rivalry when they travel to the nation's capital.
A's Soto out vs. Royals with injury to thumb
The Oakland Athletics went to their bench in just the third inning when Geovany Soto left Tuesday's American League wild-card game with a left thumb injury.
FCC drops blackout rule; NFL won't budge
The FCC votes to eliminate its sports blackout rules, but the NFL says it doesn't plan to change the way its broadcasts are handled.
Epstein: Cubs aiming for postseason in 2015
The Cubs aren't yet ready to go all-in for the World Series, but believe they finally have a team that can battle for a postseason berth next year.
A's put Dunn on bench for opener vs. Royals
In a winner-take-all game where runs figure to be at a premium, the Athletics prioritized defense over the potential for more scoring chances with a surprise starting lineup that puts Adam Dunn on the bench.