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Updated at 12:56 PM

The "hold the door" joke is officially over, because nobody's going to top this one.

Updated at 12:11 PM

Everyone's freaking out over Bran's (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) ability to time-travel on

Posted at 10:15 AM

After four seasons, the country drama says goodbye to fans (who are ardently trying to get the show saved on another network) with a final hour of drama and good jams.

Posted at 10:15 AM

With reassuring adult hands hovering just in case, the 6-month old in a bright pink dress planted her tiny feet atop the planks, bright white and bolted together for safety. Her eager hands gripped the bar before her.

Updated at 10:12 AM

British actress Emilia Clarke wasn’t supposed to be Daenerys Targaryen (you can also call her Mother of Dragons or Khaleesi) on “Game of Thrones.” The part was originally played, on the show’s unaired pilot, by Tamzin Merchant (“Pride & Prejudice,”...

Updated at 10:04 AM

Gawker Media is "exploring strategic options, including potential sale," as the company continues its legal battle with former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan, according to the Wall Street Journal's Steven Perlberg.

Updated at 10:03 AM

Donald Trump has maintained throughout the campaign that his path to winning the White House cuts through the working-class Rust Belt states that President Barack Obama won in 2008.

Updated at 9:56 AM

Tsai Ing-wen has been formally inaugurated as the new President of Taiwan. She is the first woman to hold this top government position, a milestone of tremendous importance.

Posted at 9:45 AM

Geraldine Largay knew she was doomed. It had been two weeks since she left the Appalachian Trail to go to the bathroom and lost her way; Largay's food was running low. Her water, too.

Updated at 9:13 AM

On their court in front of 20,000-plus screaming fans following two straight losses in Canada, the Cavs opened a 34-point lead in the first half and never slowed while taking a 3-2 series lead.

Posted at 9:00 AM

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister lauds House Bill 3218, which repeals the end-of-instruction tests required for high school graduation and is en route to the governor.

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