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How would you like to only work three days a week?

How would you like to only work three days a week? One of the world's richest says we all should be doing it!

When it comes to marriage, Millennials are saying "I don't"

Today's young American adults are on track to have the lowest rates of marriage by age 40, when compared to any previous generation. If the current pace continues, more than 30 percent of millennial women will remain unmarried by age 40.

Hillary Clinton holds Facebook and Twitter sessions Monday to promote her book

Hillary Clinton is taking questions today (Monday) from Facebook users during a stop at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California. The former Secretary of State will also hold a streamed twitter chat.

BMW recalls 1.6 million cars on airbag concerns

BMW group is recalling 1-point-6 million of its popular 3 series vehicles based on concerns over airbag safety.

Chicago to get more ATF agents to help fight gun crime

Chicago will get more federal help to battle gun violence. The Department of Justice says it will send seven more ATF agents to the city to join the 45 already stationed there.

Do genes determine friendships?

The old saying is "birds of a feather flock together" and turns out this may be scientifically true. This new study says we all may be genetically linked to our friends.

Can new bipartisan legislation help Washington tackle the immigration crisis?

On Capitol Hill, two Texas lawmakers have just unveiled Bipartisan legislation to try to solve this problem but the path forward for this bill is far from certain.

Women, do not eat junk food when you are stressed

It is so easy to justify comfort food it if you're feeling down but this new study says doing this even one single time, has a big impact on women's health.  A new study in the journal, Biological Psychiatry put the impact of emoti

President Obama to push road and bridge projects

This week, President Obama plans to pressure lawmakers into finding a way to keep money flowing to road and bridge projects before funding dries up next month.

New research shows decreased sense of smell could be sign of Alzheimer's

Your sense of smell could be an indication of alzheimer's disease. Scientists say new research shows that a decreased ability to correctly identify odors could associated with the loss of brain cell function.

DHS Secretary to tour New Mexico border facility

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is touring a New Mexico facility today (Friday) that houses illegal immigrants that crossed the border into the U.S.

Amazon looks to expand drone testing

Amazon is getting serious about using drones for deliveries. It's seeking permission from the government to expand testing on unmanned aircraft's.

Could prices at the pump be heading down?

Gas prices for the year may have finally peaked. Drivers paid $3.67 a gallon on average over the Independence Day weekend which was the highest since 2008, but now prices are starting to ease back.

New study: 1 in 4 young teens meet screen-time guidelines

New government statistics show, only 27-percent of kids ages 12-15 meet the recommended limit of two hours or less of TV plus computer use daily.

Wal-Mart ranked as World's Largest Company

Based on revenue, Walmart is the World's Largest Company that according to Fortune Magazine's Global 500 list. Walmart earned 476 billion dollars this year.