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Messy storm makes its way across the South leaving thousands without power
Across the South, winter-weary residents woke up Wednesday to a region encased in ice, snow and freezing rain, with forecasters warning that the worst of the potentially “catastrophic” storm is yet to come.
FACT CHECK: Anti-Obamacare chorus is off key
EDITOR'S NOTE: An occasional look at political claims that take shortcuts with the facts or don't tell the full story
Military dog captured by Taliban fighters, who post video of their captive
In the annals of prisoner of war videos, this seems to be a first. A slightly befuddled Belgian Malinois appears on a tight leash, surrounded by heavily armed, bearded men boasting of their battlefield loot.
3 best apps to help you watch the weather
So far it has been an interesting winter for weather. While most phones come with a native app for the basic forcast, these apps give you your weather update in whatever style suits you.
Norwegian lawmakers nominate Snowden for Nobel Peace Prize
Edward Snowden was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian politicians for contributing to transparency and global stability by exposing a U.S. surveillance program.
TIMELINE: Cruise outbreak the latest in a line of problems
The recent outbreak of norovirus on a cruise ship is just the latest in a line of on-board issues experiences by the cruise indistry in recent years.
VIDEO: Congressman threatens New York reporter
Following Tuesday's State of the Union address, New York Rep. Michael Grimm threatened to "break" a New York television reporter in half and throw him off a balcony.
LIVE: 2014 State of the Union address
President Barack Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union address this evening to a joint session of Congress. He is expected to address issues of income inequality, immigration and pre-school education.
California students file suit aimed at tenure law
In a packed courtroom, attorneys unveiled opposing views Monday on the emotionally divisive issue of whether California public school teachers should be protected from dismissal if they are found to be grossly ineffective in their jobs.
Poll finds drop in uninsured rate
The nation's uninsured rate dropped modestly this month as the major coverage expansion under President Barack Obama's health care law got underway, according to a closely watched survey released Thursday.
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