Rolling Stone's Boston bomber cover causes stir
Featuring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old charged in the Boston Marathon bombing, on the cover of Rolling Stone has people boycotting the magazine and stores refusing to sell the issue. Others have mixed feelings about the cover.
The smoker dilemma for health insurance
Since smokers' health-care costs tend to be higher than those of nonsmokers, is it reasonable for smokers to pay higher premiums when they buy insurance through the new state marketplaces that are scheduled to open in October? A handful of states and the District of Columbia say the answer is no.
Stutters in Earth's spin changed length of days slightly
Three times in the past decade, the Earth's spin has missed a beat as seemingly random blips cause days to temporarily stretch and shrink.
Fans take to web to mourn death of 'Glee' star
After Cory Monteith, the 31-year-old 'Glee' star, was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room, fans of the hit musical show took to the web to mourn one of their favorite characters.
VIDEO: 3 rescued Cleveland women speak out
Three women held captive in a Cleveland home for a decade issued a YouTube video Monday night in which they thanked the public for the encouragement and financial support that is allowing them to restart their lives.
MAP: Where are 'dangerous dogs' banned?
Several high-profile incidents of police officers shooting dogs in recent weeks have communities talking about safety and dealing with potentially dangerous animals, but in hundreds of American cities, certain "dangerous dogs" are already restricted or banned.
VIDEO: Watch the Walt Disney World Fourth of July fireworks
The Magic Kingdom gets patriotic for their nightly fireworks the week of the Fourth.
Junk food bounced from U.S. schools
Junk food and sugary drinks will be pulled from schools next year as part of a nutritional overhaul aimed at improving child health and tackling obesity.
SLIDESHOW: Rare, vivid color photos capture life in 1930s, 1940s
Color photos, made available by The Library of Congress, show scenes from the Great Depression and World War II.The images capture an era generally seen only in black-and-white.
VIDEO: College loan interest rates double soon
U.S. college graduates owe over $1 trillion in collective student loans. Rising interest rates could soon be their next headache.
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