A 24-count box of Crayola crayons are shown, Tuesday, March 28, 2017, in New York.

Crayola to Retire a Color; But Which One Will it Be?

Abby Lee Miller Quits 'Dance Moms' Before Fraud Sentencing
In this June 27, 2016, file photo,

Adele: 'I Don't Know if I Will Ever Tour Again'
In this Feb. 12, 2017, file photo, Adele performs

Koppel Says Hannity is 'Bad for America'; Hannity Fires Back

Stars, Fans Come Out for Reynolds-Fisher Memorial
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

Harrison Ford Says He Was Distracted During Botched Landing

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WWE Star Kane Steps Into Tennessee Mayor Race

Disney CEO: 'Last Jedi' Not Changed Due to Fisher's Death
Dylan's Talent Was Clear Even Back in Minnesota
Memphis Looks to Preserve Aretha Franklin's Birthplace
By the Numbers: Property Values of Theme Parks in Dispute

'The Young and Restless' leads Daytime Emmy Nominations

Butterbeer Ice Cream Hitting Shelves for Harry Potter Fans
Wyclef Jean Mistaken for Armed Robber
Musical of 'Mean Girls' by Tina Fey Set to Debut in DC
Former Spice Girl Files For Divorce
Actress Emma Watson attends a special screening of Disney's

'Beauty and the Beast' pulled from Kuwait

Kim Kardashian West 'Mentally Prepped' for Rape During Heist

 In this Nov. 13, 2007 file photo, legendary U.S. musician Chuck Berry performs on stage at the Avo Session in Basel, Switzerland.

Rock 'N' Roll Legend Chuck Berry Dies at 90

Actress Amanda Seyfried Marries Sitcom Star Thomas Sadoski

No music at Alpine Valley this season

Boot, Wheelbarrow, Thimble Ousted from Monopoly Board Game

Brain and Arm Implants Help Paralyzed US Man Feed Himself

Doctors say a paralyzed Ohio man was able to feed himself for the first time in eight years, after they implanted sensors in his brain that sent signals to his arm...

Bill Kochevar feeds himself, in Cleveland, Ohio. A paralyzed man was able to feed himself for the first time in eight years, after doctors implanted electronic sensors into his brain and arm that restored the broken connection between them.
Prosecutors Fight Suppression Motion in Philando Castile Shooting Case
Jeronimo Yanez
Wells Fargo to Pay $110 Million to Settle Fake Account Suit

Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to 2 million accounts its employees opened for customers without getting their permission, the bank announced Tuesday...

Fire Destroys Plymouth Home, Man Hospitalized

Police Reopen Section of Washington Avenue in Minneapolis after Stabbing

City Council Considers BYOB to a Minneapolis Park

Family of Hit-and-Run Victim Hopeful New Reward Will Lead to Arrest

Minnesota Plans to Update Emergency Alert System

Top EU Lawmaker: Brexit a 'Tremendous Mistake'