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Big storm dumps snow on
East Coast, travel dicey
A plodding storm that dumped heavy snow on the unsuspecting Mid-Atlantic region left roads slippery and slushy in the Northeast for Monday's commute while travel disruptions continued rippling across the country days after the same system first began wreaking havoc in the skies.
Mandela's jailer praises
the anti-apartheid icon
He was with Nelson Mandela during all those years the anti-apartheid icon was imprisoned on Robben Island. And, like millions around the world, he has been hit hard by Mandela's death.
Afghanistan, Iran plan cooperation pact amid tensions with U.S.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed on a cooperation pact with Iran on Sunday, an Afghan official said, while continuing to resist signing a long-term security agreement with the United States.
Carrie Underwood Has a Message
for 'Sound of Music' Haters
Hey, critics of Carrie Underwood, she doesn't need you. She has Jesus.
As Tim Tebow’s NFL hopes
dwindle, a bidding war expected
Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is getting closer to giving up his aspirations to play professional football and starting his college broadcasting career, according to a report.
In rural U.S.,
secessionist sentiment stirs
By day, Scott Strzelcyzk is an IT consultant in this rural Appalachian corner of Maryland. By night, he's something of a modern-day American revolutionary.
Dollar store secrets
The dollar store is a great place to shop for deals...right? Well, sometimes.
6 Splurges You Should
Make This Winter
It might be the season to spend on others, but there are also a few investments you should consider making in yourself this winter.
Popular This Week: Krispy
Kreme chain back on top
The deep-fried treats have been rediscovered by a hungry nation looking to start its day with a tall cup of coffee and 300 calorie sugar bomb.
The star Nick Lachey couldn't
get in high school
While attending a performing arts school in Ohio, Nick Lachey had a classmate with a very familiar face. Carmen Electra was a fellow student, and Lachey reminisces about how the beauty was way out of his league in high school.
Our varied and many
obsessions of 2013
So the way 2013 was starting, the Harlem shake looked like it would go the way of the macarena and Gangnam style.
Coffee shop holds food
drive for tip jar thief
Here's something to help restore your faith in humanity. The Nervous Dog Coffee Shop is holding a food drive to help benefit a man who allegedly stole money from the baristas' tip jar.
Crisis quickens at Quiznos
The chain has struggled with store closures and tension with franchisees.
9 Foods That Boost
Your metabolism is partly ruled by genetics, but you can rev it up naturally by eating right. Fill up on the following nine foods to increase your body's fat-burning power.
Girl Gives Boy Heimlich Maneuver,
He Thanks Her with Candy
A 9-year-old girl is being hailed as a hero after giving a classmate the Heimlich maneuver when he began choking in the cafeteria.
Companies say goodbye
to the 'burbs
After decades of big businesses leaving the city for the suburbs, U.S. firms have begun a new era of corporate urbanism.
AT&T unveils new
Mobile Share Value plans
AT&T wants subscribers to have a merry Christmas this year. It also wants some of the people who have been fleeing its network in searching of cheaper smartphone plans to stay put.
Obama says he's not allowed
iPhone for 'security reasons'
The troubled mobile phone maker BlackBerry still has at least one very loyal customer: U.S. President Barack Obama.