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Obamacare may not drive up health care cost as much as orginally expected

Obamacare may not drive up health care costs as much as previously thought. New estimates from the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation show premiums aren't expected to rise as much as previously predicted.

New report: The dangers of daytime napping

There's nothing wrong with a nap from time to time, but here's a warning from the experts. If you feel you are always tired and turn to naps all the time, it may be the sign of larger health issues.

New list of highest paid CEO's

A new list is out of the highest paid CEO's. Data firm Equilar looked at the total compensation packages of the CEO's of the 100 largest U.S. Companies.

Is procrastination in the genes?

Putting things off until the last minute may not be something you can completely control. Researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder say procrastination is in the genes.

IRS chasing hundreds of new identity thieves

Tax season isn't even over, and the IRS is already starting to chase after hundreds of new identity thieves.

Anthony, NM residents gear up to clean up

If you have any junk you want to get rid of, you are in luck. The City of Anthony, New Mexico is inviting its residents to this year's Spring Community Clean-up.

Do opposites really attract? Maybe not

A new study shows that opposites don't really attract. It seems, generally you like people who are like you and couples who are mismatched don't last.

You are paying WHAT for your child to go to prom?

Designer gowns, oversized limousines and over the top spending. It's become quite the norm in recent years when it comes to senior proms, but a new survey suggests the prom spending bubble has popped.

New report: More moms staying home

The number of mother's staying at home with their kids is on the rise, but the change has more to do with money than a cultural shift. That's according to a new report by the pew research center.

New study: Get up, get out and get moving

Life can feel like a marathon, but you don't need to run one to stay in shape. Physical fitness experts say walking, riding a bike, even a weekly zumba class can keep you feeling your best.

Pfizer drug shows promise in treating advanced breast cancer

An experimental drug from Pfizer shows promising results in treating advanced breast cancer, according to the pharmaceutical company.

Spiders force another Mazda recall

Spiders are forcing Mazda to recall 42-thousand vehicles. The automaker says spiders may build webs in a vent hose and cause the fuel tank to crack. That can lead to an increased risk of a fire.

Obamas visit Fort Hood to attend memorial service

President Barack Obama will go to Fort Hood, Wednesday, to attend a memorial service for victims of last week's deadly shooting.

David Letterman announces retirement

After appearing on late night television for more than 30 years now, David Letterman announced that he will retire next year. Letterman's current contract expires in 2015 and he will not renew it.