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VIDEO: Holiday travel costs down this year
Traveling this Thanksgiving? Prepare to be stuffed along the way. Forty-three million people are expected to make the annual pilgrimage to the dinner table. Travel experts say costs are down this year and volume is expected to be high.
Aspiring rapper arrested in connection with burned, dismembered body
An aspiring rapper wanted in connection with the brutal slaying of a man whose dismembered and burned remains were found last week in two locations in Massachusetts has been arrested in San Diego, police said.
VIDEO: National Geographic photo of the year candidates are breathtaking
The candidates in National Geographic's photo of the year contest are all gorgeous. Votes can be placed at ngphotocontest.com until Nov. 30th after which the winners will be printed in the magazine.
VIDEO: Hydrogen cars make big noise at L.A. auto show
Honda and Hyundai both introduced new hydrogen powered cars at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Hydrogen cars are competing with electric cars to be the most popular green vehicle.
Consumers' outlook improves after two-year low
American consumers became less pessimistic in November about the economic outlook as the effect of last month's partial government shutdown dissipated.
VIDEO: Cargo jet lands at wrong Kansas airport
A giant Boeing air freighter bound for McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kan., landed Wednesday night at a nearby smaller commercial airport by mistake.
VIDEO: Couple gets married inside Nevada airport
A U.S. Navy sailor married his high school sweetheart on Tuesday in Reno-Tahoe International Airport, just moments after returning from an 11-month deployment off the coast of war-torn Syria.
Why are shoplifters flocking to this one Wal-Mart?
The Denver Post had an interesting story this week about a Denver-area Wal-Mart that appears to be the city's the most shoplifter-friendly store, reporting 283 shoplifting incidents over the past year.
VIDEO: 400-pound high school running back runs over opponents
Tipping the scales at 400 pounds, Tony Picard of White Swan High School in Yakima, Washington, racked up 576 yards and seven touchdowns this season.
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.
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