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- Movies Steve Carell movie set in North Korea is nixed
- Washington Obama's options on Cuba end at embargo
- People Debate about racism, Obamas gets heated on 'The View'
- Colorado sued by neighboring states over legal pot
- Obama uses 'memos' in place of congressional action
- Update: 'Team America' screening canceled at Texas theater
- Man replaces girlfriend, embarks on epic trip
- Driver who stopped for ducks gets jail, 10-year driving ban
- Boston bombing suspect seen for the first time since 2013
- Dog owner's will: Let him die with me
- Amazon unveils one-hour delivery service
- Dow soars 421 points in best day since Nov. 2011
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2014 quiz: Were you paying attention this year?
We are what we eat: U.S. diversity shapes cuisine
Report: Executions continue to decline in U.S.
Michael Phelps not expected to get jail time
Big storms put dent in California drought
How Pope Francis' diplomacy may change everything
Crooks steal from 5-year-old with brain cancer
President Obama's favorite movie of the year?
Timeline: Cuba and United States relations through the years
Quiz: What resolution should you choose this year?
Photos: Top images of 2014
Hackers who targeted Sony Pictures in a massive data breach are now threatening anyone who goes to see the new film 'The Interview' with a "9/11" style attack. Carmike Cinemas is the first chain to cancel planned showings of the film in response.
President Obama said the United States will reopen its embassy in Havana and end its "outdated approach" toward Cuba. He said freeing Alan Gross and another American prisoner has cleared the way for the landmark policy changes to take place.
The reaction to Robin Williams' death in August topped Google's list of 2014's fastest-rising search requests. It beat notable events such as the World Cup, the Ebola outbreak and the March disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The Humane Society in Silicon Valley posted a brutally honest adoption listing for 2-year-old chihuahua Eddie the Terrible. Morgan Manousos (@MorganManousos) has all the reasons workers say you don't want to adopt him. Video provided by Buzz60
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its new class of inductees for 2015. Lou Reed, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Green Day, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts are just some of the musical acts that will be inducted on April 18, 2015.
Neighbors pulled an elderly lady from her burning home after their pet boxer's frantic barking alerted them that something was wrong.
Reindeer on loan from the North Pole are visiting The Cincinnati Zoo. Here are a few facts you might not have known about them.
More than 100 people were killed, mostly children, by Taliban gunmen in an attack on a military school in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Lauren Hill, the freshman basketball player suffering from a rare, incurable cancer, says her body is shutting down, but she believes God has the last say.
John Felton wasn't supposed to know what his wife got him for Christmas, but the secret was spilled after their home surveillance camera caught a man stealing the packages from their front door.