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It's here: Fight week begins with Pacquiao caravan to Vegas

M.H. Abrams, Norton anthology founder, dead at age 102

Time magazine longtime film critic Richard Corliss dies

Actor who played Jesus in 'The Bible' now plays the devil

UFC champ Jones booked in connection with hit-and-run crash

The Hubble turns 25

Alberta voters may end ruling party's 44-year run after oil plunge

Pulitzer-winning music a tribute to Pennsylvania coal miners

Ducks advance in playoffs with sweep of Jets

Messi scores in Barcelona's 2-0 win at Espanyol

The Iron Lady set to win Iron Ore battle!

Review: Broadway's 'Doctor Zhivago' is bombastically silly

AP Interview: Rio 2016 CEO on corruption, legacy budget

Accused British 'flash crash' trader fights extradition to U.S.

English soccer pauses to remember deadly 1985 Bradford fire

Tearful Tony McCoy denied victories in final races of career

'Batman' trial tries to look inside Colorado shooter's mind

Insight - Turkey wrestles with century-old legacy of Armenian massacres

Turkey wrestles with century-old legacy of Armenian massacres

The Latest: Courthouse empties after Day 1 of Holmes trial

O'Neill, Krigger chase Derby history together

Vatican re-enters art world with Venice Biennale

Turkish PM vows new gesture aimed to cool protests

Second City co-founder brought intellect to comedy

Ventura wants 'American Sniper' lawsuit to proceed

Vandals attack Hobart's Botanical Gardens

Ogilvy channels Merion's golf history

Golf history for Woods is all about results

Details on the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners

A reboot for the National Geographic Channel

Scholars find cannibalism at Jamestown settlement

Rain interrupts Scott's US Open lead-up

Deacon Jones: football's most feared sackmaster

Philip Roth receives 'Literary Service' award

In Menendez's troubles, echoes of past scandals

Foreign preacher takes rare turn on Vietnam stage

Iran takes on Qatar in crucial WCup qualifier

DC's National Theatre gets new start after neglect

AP Interview: Joan Baez returns to past in Vietnam

Conn. gun law seen as model for Congress, states

SC's ex-Gov. Sanford clears hurdle in comeback bid

Famed World War II Aviators Hold Final Reunion

Oil tax repeal group kicks off campaign

Report: Virgin America best US airline in 2012

Heynckes sets bar high for Guardiola at Bayern

Groundbreaking improv comic Jonathan Winters dies

Jonathan Winters, man of many faces, dead at 87

Stephen Hawking: Explore space for humanity's sake

Warrant: Texas suspect interested in cannibalism

Hunter-Reay grabs 1st pole of season at Alabama GP

Sci-fi star Emilia Clarke on being Holly Golightly

Roth's 80th cause for Newark, NJ, celebration

Report: More youth use smartphones as route to Web

Cyndi Lauper just wants to have fun on Broadway

Jewish museum in Poland unveils synagogue roof

New pope tied up in Argentina's 'dirty war' debate

New style of papacy: Pope Francis pays hotel bill

T. rex not a stand-up guy? Test your dino skills

Book chronicles journalists' history-making race

New film tells story of unsung civil rights leader

Rearranging the deckchairs on the RMS Fairfax

Pope legacy: Teacher who returned to church roots

Key events in the life of Benedict XVI

Barry Gibb pays tribute to brothers

Today in History for Monday, February 18th

Man convicted in deadly Ariz. fire enters plea

Harper, Strasburg lead Nationals over Marlins 2-0

NT cracks down on touring Hells Angels

German migrant program offers cautions for US

The S&P 500 notches a record. How did we get here?

Underdog 'Argo' continues on charmed Oscar path

Today in History March 22

Heat rally past Pistons to push win streak to 25

2 inmates recaptured after helicopter escape

Leonardo da Vinci gets 'Batman' treatment on Starz

Revenge of the nerds: Harvard moves on at NCAAs

Artist's obsession with Twinkies spans 4 decades

David Gregory: Pressing guests on 'Meet the Press'

Shiite leader: Sectarian attacks are 'genocide'

Former justice pens history book about the Court

Hugo Chavez, fiery Venezuelan leader, dies at 58

Christie seeks to address his weight on own terms