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Facebook's Sandberg now one of world's youngest billionaires
Sheryl Sandberg's fortune surpassed $1 billion Tuesday after Facebook closed at a record. The chief operating officer of the world's most popular social-networking service owns about 12.3 million shares of the Menlo Park, Calif.-based company.
Online outrage swirls over Oscar snubs
The Oscar nominations are out, and as with every year, there are a few surprising people and films that didn't make the list. Cue the outrage.
VIDEO: Texting crash caught on dash cam
A 23-year-old Florida man admitted he was texting behind the wheel when his car veered off the road and crashed into a tree.
MAP: Flu runs rampant in Midwest, South
Flu season is in full swing. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has flu activity listed as widespread in 35 states with another 25 states reporting high levels of illness.
What do the Globes tell us about the Oscars?
In the wake of Sunday's Golden Globes, some questions linger, most of them having to do with the Oscars.
VIDEO: Flu spreads across Midwest
Flu numbers are up for this time of year across Missouri, Illinois and other parts of the Midwest.
Lawrence's Golden Globes dress: Black and white and all over the Internet
The Christian Dior dress worn by Jennifer Lawrence at Sunday's Golden Globe awards has become the latest celebrity-related meme to take over the Internet for a day. This one comes complete with its own Twitter hashtag, #Lawrencing. Here are some of the more humorous examples.
Social media reaction to the Golden Globes
Sunday's Golden Globes broadcast showcased much of the excellence -- and silliness -- of Hollywood's award season. And it provided plenty of fodder on social media for users to weigh in on. Here is a sampling.
VIDEO: Southwest plane lands at wrong airport
A Southwest Airlines flight from Chicago that was supposed to fly to Branson, Missouri landed at a separate airport about seven miles away on Sunday evening.
300,000 in W.Va. without drinkable water; no timeline for fix
There is no timeline for when 300,000 West Virginia residents can drink their tap water again, after thousands of gallons of unsafe chemicals leaked from a storage tank into the river that supplies water to households in nine counties.
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