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South Carolina elected an African American senator Tuesday
and made history in the process.
AMC\’s \”Breaking Bad\” is a television hit, but it\’s not a hit with one mom who opposes the sale of the show\’s dolls.
A respiratory illness that has infected more than 1,000 children in the U.S. could become a bigger national problem,
according to doctors.
Dozens of U.S. veterans have died while waiting for care at veterans
hospitals around the country, according to a CNN report, and the chair of the
House Veterans\’ Affairs Committee says the department\’s head should be held
accountable if the reports are verified.
Comedian and country music singer Tim Wilson died Wednesday after
suffering a heart attack, his manager says, according to a CNN report. He was 52.
It\’s a war of sorts between the states.
President Barack Obama is ruffling some feathers after photos surfaced of him using the famous Resolute desk as a footstool. But he\’s not the only one who\’s done that.
PayPal customer got the billing statement of a lifetime. And on paper at least, he briefly became a quadrillionaire.
Authorities Saturday responded to a false report saying someone had
been shot at CNN host Wolf Blitzer\’s home in Bethesda, Md.
High school baseball players are used to making a whole different kind of catch.
As residents of Japan remember the nearly
19,000 who died in a massive earthquake and
tsunami two years ago, an American journalist
who covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
is sharing her perspective to help those still
recovering in Japan.