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for some in michigan's upper peninsula, a ghost town is home

the end of copper mining left a lot of ghost towns in michigan's upper peninsula. but not all of them are deserted.        

'creed ii' poster: stallone shares first look with rocky, drago and their protégés

it looks like adonis johnson (michael b. jordan) is ready to fight the son of ivan drago in the sequel to the 'rocky' spinoff.        

robert mueller investigation: some americans want facebook fined over meddling

social network facing renewed scrutiny over its role in russian election interference.        

danica patrick's nascar career comes to a close with daytona 500 crash

danica patrick was caught up in a multi-car crash sunday at daytona international speedway.        

latvia's top banker detained in corruption probe

latvia's top banker has been detained in a corruption and money laundering probe in the former soviet republic that is now part of the european union.        

'three billboards' wins as women make waves at the bafta awards

women demanding an end to harassment, abuse and inequality dominated sunday's british academy film awards in london.        

man finds bag of cash and does the unexpected

when robby robinson discovered a bank bag full of money sitting in the middle of a busy street, he didn't do anything newsworthy.        

harley-davidson still to close kansas city plant despite missouri delegation plea

missouri's congressional delegation reminds harley-davidson of the millions of dollars in incentives state and local taxpayers gave the company.        

austin dillon drives no. 3 to daytona 500 win, 20 years after dale earnhardt sr.'s triumph

how the 60th annual daytona 500 played out sunday at daytona international speedway.        

10 things you can buy that will make organizing your home easy

transport organization hacks from your pinterest feed into your home with these impossibly easy solutions that you can buy on amazon.        

three billboards in florida target rubio on guns

an online activist group is mimicking the critically acclaimed film "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri" to troll sen. marco rubio.        

did duchess kate join the black-dress movement at baftas? sort of ...

the royals tend to avoid political statements, so many wondered if kate would join show solidarity for victims of sexual harassment.        

usa women's hockey in semifinals and 4 other things to watch on day 10 of winter olympics

everything you need to know for day 10 of the 2018 winter olympics, including women's hockey and big air snowboarding.        

too soon to talk about guns? here's a time, school shooting survivors say: march 24

the group says it was inspired, created and led by students across the nation who say they 'will no longer risk our lives waiting for someone else to take action.'        

after a school shooting, are parents to blame?

research says families play roles that can either increase or decrease violence.        

when winter olympics arrived, an entire village had to move, and 58,000 trees came down

building a skiing venue meant displacing residents in a bucolic south korean village.        

fighting the flu? this technology tries to help you get well faster

get a doctor to visit you instead of visiting a sick waiting area or arrange a virtual visit.        

'definitely bittersweet': team usa falling just short of podium placement at the olympics

just past the halfway point, u.s. athletes have won five gold medals, three silver and two bronze, far fewer than what was predicted at this stage.        

keeping olympics safe: south korean gun laws make a mass shooting nearly unfathomable

in south korea, cops rarely carry sidearms. citizens have about 1% of the guns that americans own. gun violence is rare.        

britain's biggest female stars launch own version of time's up ahead of baftas

nearly 200 actresses, including kate winslet and emma watson, have announced a new fund to help end sexual misconduct.