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The monthly unemployment report is out Friday morning. Analysts think the economy added about 200,000 jobs in March.
Cold Food Day in China commemorates a hermit who 2,600 years ago refused wealth and power. His ruler tried to smoke him out of his mountain hideout, but ended up burning him to a death.
We all know .com and .edu, but now hundreds of new Internet domain names like .fish and .xyz are available. If all these new domains take off, what will become of .com?
Letterman has hosted the Late Show on CBS since 1993. He reshaped late-night TV, succeeding as an edgy outsider more interested in making fun of show business than participating in it.
Cubs center fielder Tony Campana falls into Wrigley's ivy-covered wall after...
It's been the home of the Cubs since 1916, and in all that time, the team has never won a World Series. So why do fans keep showing up? Locals say Wrigley's hallowed status isn't just about baseball.
The AP reports Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus was killed. Reporter Kathy Gannon was wounded. The two were in Khost province in eastern Afghanistan ahead of Saturday's election.