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No Farm Bill passed, could mean higher milk prices

We could see milk get a lot more expensive. That's because Congress still hasn't passed a Farm Bill to renew subsidies for dairy and other commodities. Lawmakers have until the end of the year to reach a deal.

Morning-after pill may not work for overweight women

 An emergency contraceptive manufactured in Europe will come with a new label in 2014, warning that the pill may not be effective for women over a certain weight.

New USDA rule for package meat

The next time you buy a package of meat at the grocery store, you might notice something different. A new USDA rule requires packages of meat to include labels that tell you *the country* where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered.

Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting report released Monday

A report on the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School is set to be released today (Monday). Connecticut officials say it will detail findings from the nearly year-long investigation.

Christmas tree arrives at U.S. Capitol Monday

The 2013 U.S. Capitol christmas tree will arrive in Washington today (Monday.) This year's tree is an 88-foot-tall Englemann spruce from Washington State.

Staying safe during Old Man Winter's Visit

Mother Nature and Old Man Winter have teamed up to bring the Borderland it's first dose of winter weather. "It comes with the season I guess," said Edward Tristan, who was out shopping in the cold Friday night.

Black Friday deals a week early?

Black Friday deals a week early? At Walmart, that's the reality.The nation's biggest retailer is offering slashed prices on popular toys and electronics starting at 8 am today (Friday).

JFK tops all-time approval poll

A new national poll finds John F. Kennedy is the most popular president of the last half century. The poll's release comes on the 50th Anniversary of Kennedy's assassination (Friday).

El Paso family hold piece of Kennedy history

It's been 50 years since President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dealy Plaza in Dallas.

Seatbelts may soon be required on commerical buses

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is taking steps to make large buses safer. Lap and shoulder seat belts will be required for passengers and the driver on all new large buses and motorcycles. .

Airline seats getting smaller, passengers getting larger

It is not your imagination, airline seats are getting smaller. Even worse, we are getting larger making for an uncomfortable equation.

Farrey case update: Neighbors react to infant body found

A 5-day search for a missing west El Paso baby ends in tragedy.

Tech companies hiring more women

Big changes in the technology world, a growing number of women are getting hired. In the past year, the tech industry brought on 60-thousand new workers and 36-thousand are women. That's about 60-percent and it's a huge shift.

Elvis Presley and Graceland IP rights sold

Elvis Presley may have left the building 36 years ago, but the King of Rock and Roll is still a very hot property.

Tuesday World Toilet Day

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 is the first United Nations "World Toilet Day." While often the subject of potty humor, proper sanitation is actually a serious subject and a major global health concern.