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Monday October 14, 2013    10:47 AM
Wolf Blitzer attempted to explain the comments about Obamacare that caused a frenzy on Wednesday. Blitzer was speaking about the repeated glitches in the program's website when he said the following: "They had three years to get this ready. If they weren't fully ready, they should accept the advice Republicans are giving them, delay it for a year, get it ready and make sure it works." Nat ...

Monday October 14, 2013    10:39 AM
ROME - The latest chapter in Amanda Knox's six-year-long legal battle may be taking a turn in her favor after new DNA tests were conducted on the kitchen knife that prosecutors say was used to kill her former roommate Meredith Kercher, ABC News reports. On Friday, Italian forensic experts began tests on the crucial - and previously untested - piece of DNA found on the alleged murder weapon. ...

Monday October 14, 2013    08:02 AM
TOLEDO, Ohio - Toxins from blobs of algae on western Lake Erie are infiltrating water treatment plants along the shoreline, forcing cities to spend a lot more money to make sure their drinking water is safe. It got so bad last month that one township told its 2,000 residents not to drink or use the water coming from their taps. The cost of testing and treating the water is adding up quickly ...

Saturday October 12, 2013    03:59 PM
New York - A mother who desperately tried to rescue her baby twins from a Shirley house fire died, along with her three children. Jennifer Mccusker, 41, and her children, 2-year old twins Ava and Brendon Mistretta and 7-year old Aiden Tarbell -- died after a fire started at the front of their Long Island home around 10 p.m., according to Suffolk Police. Two neighbors reported seeing flames ...

Thursday October 10, 2013    09:29 PM
The obvious answer to this old question is, "It depends on the woman and the man." But is the oposite true? Is a rape not a rape when a man rapes a woman who is stronger than he? Or to put it the legal way, is there a rape if there is no consent of sexual penetration. Life is getting far too complicated. In the 1950's and even 1960's, the answer from a male might have been, "yes, she ...

Thursday October 10, 2013    02:27 PM
Astronaut Scott Carpenter, the second American to orbit Earth, died on Thursday, NASA said. He was 88. "We, the whole NASA family, are mourning with Scott's family. We have lost a true pioneer. I shall long remember him not only for his smarts and courage but his incredible humor. He kept us all grounded," said NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden. "We will miss him greatly." Carpenter was one ...

Wednesday October 9, 2013    11:04 AM
London (CNN) -- The small Cessna plane glided over eastern England on Tuesday evening with exactly two people on board: the pilot and a passenger. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary until the pilot suddenly fell ill at the controls. He made an emergency call to Humberside Airport, but the next step was already clear: The passenger would have to land a plane for the first time. On the fly. Tw ...

Wednesday October 9, 2013    11:01 AM
Looks like her natural beauty had a little help. Medical records and X-rays of Marilyn Monroe set to be sold at auction next month appear to show that screen icon had facial plastic surgery during her 1950s Hollywood career. The memorabilia, to go on the block Nov. 9-10 by Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, is expected to fetch anywhere from $15,000 to $30,000 and comes from her plastic sur ...

Wednesday October 9, 2013    10:58 AM
Oct. 9, 2012, was just another school day for Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai as she sat on her bus in her hometown of Mingora in Pakistan's Swat Valley. But within minutes, a Taliban gunman climbed aboard the vehicle and shot her in the head. The reason: She was an outspoken advocate for girls' education. "My world has changed so much," the 16-year-old, whose new memoir I Am Malala was ...

Monday October 7, 2013    12:13 AM
The parody of "We Can't Stop" on "Saturday Night Live" this week was not only funny, it was good. And that's not always what we get with SNL. During her monologue, Cyrus poked fun at the twerking dance trend. “I used to think twerking was cool, but now that white people are doing it, it seems so lame,” she said. And whatever happened to Hannah Montana, the Disney character she played fro ...


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