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Branding experts think Michael Phelps' second DUI charge may lower his earning potential. NBC News reports.
Sir Richard Branson has named 39th President of the U.S. Jimmy Carter as one of the "top five most respected people in the world".
Football legend Joe Namath discusses the NFL scandals and his push to find treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Most traditional indicators show inflation in the U.S. to be well under control, but bacon cheeseburger eaters know better.
Threshold Entertainment has announced plans to develop a feature film based on Tetris, the shape matching arcade game that launched 30 years ago.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation imposing the nation's first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags.
Outraged and disgusted by some travelers' behavior, a former flight attendant, who goes by a fake name, has set up passenger shamming blog.
He has been training for competition in recent months, coming out of retirement after the 2012 London Games, USA Today reports.
Guernsey's will be auctioning off items from musician Waylon Jennings' collection including Willie Nelson's braids.
Pfizer will begin to target women in its television commercials for the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra.
The Hibernator in Bear Grills Cafe features an 8,000 calorie breakfast challenge, inspired by Man vs. Food.
One of the world's biggest hotel chains aims to become the "largest publishers of lifestyle," Variety reports.
The FCC votes unanimously to eliminate the 4-decade-old TV blackout rule for games that do not sell out.
The measure signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown was inspired by the $2.5-million fine levied against Donald Sterling. The LA Times reports.
The New Zealand dollar's precipitous drop has investors questioning whether it faces a free fall.
A massive new study suggests that for some U.S. women, living through a recession can mean they will never have children.
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear may be a push by police to clear the roads before Chinese National Day.
Protesters in Hong Kong showed no signs of backing down on Tuesday, despite heavy rain, ahead of a key Chinese holiday.
Australian policy makers have two housing markets to worry about, and it's a toss up which carries the most risk.
Are big tobacco's latest warnings to consumers about e-cigarettes merely a cynical way to inoculate themselves from further lawsuits?
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