- The photographs from 9/11 and its aftermath remain some of the most iconic images in modern history.
Meet The 75 'American Ninja Warrior' Contestants Tackling Mount Midoriyama At The National Finals In Las VegasWatch the 75 "American Ninja Warrior" contestants who are moving on to Mount Midoriyama in Las Vegas for the national finals.
‘The Bachelor’ 2014: Renee Oteri Gets Married; See First Photos Of Juan Pablo’s Ex And Husband Bracy MaynardRenee Oteri of "The Bachelor" is a married woman! Juan Pablo's ex-girlfriend recently tied the knot.
- Renee Oteri of "The Bachelor" has moved on from Juan Pablo! See a photo of the single mom's new beau here.
- Who was sent home after "Bachelor" hometown dates?
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- Several "psychic" animals have been called upon to predict the winner of this Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII.
- The Bush administration locked up 28 pages of the 9/11 report that discussed the terrorists' links to Saudis. Now the public may get to see them.
- Sven Anders Axel Ebbeson, the husband of former Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris, died on Tuesday after a suicide attempt.
- The international pavement art event has gone on for years, dazzling local residents, but Sarasota, Fla. officials decided to clean the streets immediately after the festival was finished. See fallen angels rendered in chalk, 3D terracotta LEGO soldiers, street-wide mosaics and more in these videos and photos, as artists from around the world create beauty on pavement.
- On Sept. 11, 2001, Air Force One, carrying President George W. Bush, got warning of a mysterious jet flying too close to it, the pilot says.
- Hurricane Irene and the earthquake that recently rumbled through Washington, D.C. were God's way of telling Washington to reduce spending, according to GOP presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann.
- Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann told Florida voters on Sunday that Hurricane Irene and the recent earthquake were manifestations of God's desire to cut back government spending.
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- The U.S. Open begins on Thursday.