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The Dallas Mavericks landed point guard Rajon Rondo in a trade with the Boston Celtics.
Jordan Todman produced a 62-yard touchdown run to help Jacksonville beat Tennessee.
The former heavyweight boxer, who famously defeated by Muhammad Ali, has died.
NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has released the January weather outlook.
It is another good bye, as the state offices of South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson will officially close today.
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch who takes over as Finance Committee chairman early next year plans to take up and pass…
South Dakota Senator-elect Mike Rounds says he will wait and see how relations change between the United States and Cuba.
An Iowa State University political science professor says President Barrack Obama's announcement that he is easing economic and diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba won't fit under the normal formula of politics.
Nebraska veterans will be able to receive special military honor license plates beginning next year.
The White House released a draft of its plan to tie federal aid to performance as a way to coax institutions to improve.
Leaked emails show some Sony execs thought the $44 million comedy would have been a "flop."
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says a special legislative committee investigating prison sentence miscalculations is trying to rewrite history.
U.S. Wheat officials say President Obama’s executive order easing trade restrictions with Cuba has great potential for growing the Hard…
The first-ever awards show honored the year's best in entertainment.
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association is concerned the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee intends to remove lean beef and reduce red…
Stephen Colbert bid farewell with the help of scores of celebrities in a rousing sendoff to the tune of "We'll Meet Again."
An Iowa district court judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to stop the state from enacting new rules governing…
The White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the Hollywood studio is a matter of national security.
With the U.S. agreeing to restore diplomatic ties, Cuba's communist government may not be able to blame its old Cold War nemesis so readily.