Watch Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett Perform “Anything Goes” on Colbert
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Filmed during the duo's two-night run at Radio City Music Hall from earlier this year
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Senate Republicans quietly buck Trump in Alabama race
No senator other than her former boss, Sen. Richard Shelby, has publicly endorsed Katie Britt yet. But she is quietly getting support from at least a half-dozen of Shelby's...
Who has the most points in a quarter in NBA history? Full list of players...
Which players own the highest-scoring quarters in NBA history? Let's run down the list.
Michael Carrick departs Manchester United as Ralf Rangnick takes the...
After a 3-2 win over Arsenal in his final match before handing over the managerial reins to Ralf Rangnick, Michael Carrick announced he would be leaving Man United after 15 years.
Odell Beckham Jr. downgraded to non-participant in Thursday's practice
Rams receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was limited in Wednesday's practice with a hip pointer. Coach Sean McVay said he didn't expect the injury to affect Beckham's availability for...
Nassau County Executive-elect Bruce Blakeman announces transition team
The panel includes leaders in academia, health care, public policy and law enforcement.
As inflation hits harder, middle-class shoppers gravitate to dollar stores
As inflation increases consumer goods prices, shoppers from higher income levels are starting to abandon their regular grocery store in favor of dollar stores.
One in 44 U.S. children diagnosed with autism, new data suggests
New autism numbers released Thursday suggest more U.S. children are being diagnosed with the developmental condition and at younger ages.
Surgeon General reacts to Biden's winter COVID strategy
"The quicker we get vaccinated, the more we use strategies like masks and testing to reduce our risk, the quicker we'll come to the end of this pandemic," said Surgeon General...
'Life-saving' tool helps firefighters revive smoke inhalation patients
Cyanokits remove deadly toxins from the blood.
MLB blacks out players on its website due to league lockout
If you went to Major League Baseball's website on Thursday and felt something was off , you're not alone.