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Japan plans to trial HIV drugs to treat people with coronavirus, as the number of infected in the country increased to 519, with 454 cases on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship.

A proposed Alabama law would require all men get a vasectomy after they turn 50. The sponsor says the bill is a response to abortion bans.

Texans have dubbed a high-rise office building the "Leaning Tower of Dallas" after it failed to come down during an implosion on Sunday.

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Ten magnificent tapestries by the Renaissance master Raphael will go on display at the Sistine Chapel, where they were originally intended to be shown.



Chicago police confiscated two illegal guns from an SUV outside a special entrance to the United Center shortly before the start of Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game, authorities said, but no one was charged in connection with the firearms.

These images show life on the streets of Harlem in 1943 - captured by a man who broke the barrier of color to become the first African American photojournalist for Life magazine.



These groups' spotlights faded as fast as acid-washed jeans. From J.J. Fad to Vixen, we're taking a look back on some of your favorite once-huge '80s bands.

These are the celebrities who died this year.

Sure, you may recognize the movie star, but can you work out the movie based on a photo still?

Hannah Brown is admitting she's been wait-listed on celebrity dating app, Raya.

In a new Instagram post, Jennifer Lopez shows off her white hot bikini body

The former Bond girl - she starred with Roger Moore in Live And Let Die - has four children: Katherine, Krisopher, Sean and John. They were welcomed with two separate husbands.

Harwick's ex-boyfriend, identified as 41-year-old Gareth Pursehouse, has been arrested in the murder.



NASCAR Wrecks 2020

Clowney is looking to land a “market-setting contract” this spring, according to a report.

NFL Network inside Ian Rapoport highlights which players around the league could be on the trade block this offseason.

It's the harshest part of the NFL year: When teams cut over-priced veterans.

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