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VIDEO: Big storm threatens Thanksgiving travel
A major storm forced more than 300 flights to be cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth on Sunday. It is also blamed for hundreds of traffic accidents. The storm is bringing snow, sleet and ice across the US ahead of the Thanksgiving weekend.
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Health-care website not alone among government tech debacles
The list of federal information-technology lapses and flops includes systems to modernize air-traffic control and to secure the nation's border, and now even President Obama is wondering why the government can't get it right.
Should we lower the age of consent to protect teen?
Concern over running afoul of the law prevents sexually active teenagers from seeking help from adults when they need it, Ashton said.
Americans see through Obama's lies
All presidents lie and the public is forgiving. But President Obama's lies are intentional and self-serving - including one about being able to keep your health plan and doctor - and Americans can easily see through the fog.
Police chase ends in deadly wreck
A man led police on a high-speed, three-county chase before blowing through a stop sign and broadsiding an SUV carrying three adult siblings, police said. A brother and sister were killed.
Local official's gun comment causes national fury
A selectman in this Boston suburb asked a simple question: Can the town enforce a law that requires gun owners to safely store weapons inside their homes? Barry Greenfield's comment has since gone viral, prompting an apology from the first-term selectman.
Long gone basketball league leaves a costly legacy
The old American Basketball Association was a blend of huckersterism and entertainment that survives in scrapbook clippings, barroom debates and a very lucrative arrangement made by the owners of a long forgotten franchise.
In Estonia's capital city, there's much to see outside of Old Town
Off we went outside the city walls to Catherine’s Valley, named for the wife of Tsar Peter the Great, who maintained a summer palace in Tallinn.
Five myths about John F. Kennedy
Most everyone who was alive on Nov. 22, 1963, remembers where they were when they heard that President John F. Kennedy had been shot. JFK was the youngest elected U.S. president and the youngest to die.
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