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VIDEO: NFL hopeful Michael Sam opens up about sexuality
The defensive lineman from the University of Missouri spoke publicly about his sexual orientation and could become the first openly gay player in the National Football League.
Why Philip Seymour Hoffman's death is so scary
I cried when I heard about Philip Seymour Hoffman. The news scared me: He got sober when he was 22 and didn't drink or use drugs for the next 23 years.
When your tour operator flakes on you
American European Travel's nine-day ancient Turkey tour looked like the perfect birthday gift for David Olson's wife, Barbara. With stops in Istanbul, Ephesus and Pamukkale, it fulfilled a lifelong dream of visiting the old Ottoman Empire.
Women's ski jumpers ready to prove their Olympic mettle
Women's ski jumping had grown, and so had Jerome, then 23 and acutely aware of the unfairness of the fact that only men could compete for Olympic medals. Women could do no better than make sure the jumps suited their liking.
VIDEO: 10 years of Facebook by the numbers
Started at Harvard in 2004 as a way for college students to connect with each other, Facebook over 10 years has evolved into a global icon.
Schedules may get longer, but basketball season seems shorter
Football is now a memory, leaving basketball fans to watch undistracted the thrills of games such as Syracuse's overtime win against Duke last weekend. But for as great as the college basketball season is, it's far too brief.
VIDEO: Most passengers caught in Texas airport with gun not convicted
While trying to bring a gun through a Texas airport will get you arrested and cost you thousands of dollars, you may not be convicted of a crime.
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.
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.
Should Detroit be allowed to issue its own visas to immigrants?
Under the plan, immigrants coming to the U.S. under visas aimed at those with "advanced degrees or exceptional abilities in science, business or the arts" would be "required to live and work in Detroit, a city that has fallen to 700,000 residents from 1.8 million in the 1950s."
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