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The Bullet Train that could change everything

For years, the Japanese company behind the world’s first and busiest high-speed rail system has been itching to enter the U.S.

Regular exercise may change how we feel pain

Australian researchers found regular exercise may change how we feel pain. They found the longer one works out, the more pain we can tolerate.

Can you afford to have a baby?

Money Magazine did an article about how to tell if you can afford to have a baby and here's the reality, according to the Department of Agriculture, the average cost for a middle income couple to raise a child for 18 years time is about a q

Michael Brown shot at least 6 times, independent autopsy shows

FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- Michael Brown was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, according to the preliminary results of an autopsy that his family requested.

Michael Brown shot at least 6 times, independent autopsy shows

(CNN) -- Michael Brown was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, according to the preliminary results of an autopsy that his family requested.

Friend of man behind 'Ice Bucket Challenge' dies

A friend of the man who inspired the viral "Ice Bucket Challenge" died this weekend in a diving accident.

Video: Perry Talks indictment, border, 2016

 

What's next as authorities probe the killing of Michael Brown?

(CNN) -- Nightly protests went wrong again in Ferguson, Missouri, early Saturday. Law enforcement officers wore riot gear and used armored vehicles to face protesters, as looters ransacked at least four stores.

What's next as authorities probe the killing of Michael Brown?

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Perry fires back, calls indictment a political ploy

 

SeaWorld to upgrade killer whale habitats

SeaWorld is giving its killer whales a little more space.

CDC reports detail lapses in deadly flu cross-contamination

A lab mix-up involving a deadly flu virus strain added to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's public relations nightmare this summer.

Grand Jury Indicts Perry Over Integrity Unit Veto

A grand jury indicted Gov. Rick Perry on Friday on charges of abuse of power and coercion as part of an ethics inquiry into his veto of funding for the state’s public integrity unit.

Doug-istan: Texas man tries to start country in someone's house

You might recall the popular Family Guy episode when the main character Peter seceded from the United States. Well, it was no joke Monday when Doug Leguin here tried to start his own country in someone else's house!

Albertson's stores hacked for credit card data

Hackers have broken into the credit and debit card payment networks at two of the nation's most popular supermarket store chains: Albertson's and SuperValu.