Group funded by Coke to fight obesity disbanding

Anti-obesity group says it is disbanding after emails show involvement with Coke

New Mexico lawmakers address backlog of untested rape kits

State officials say New Mexico has some 5,000 untested rape kits

Will NYC's Sodium Labels Really Influence What People Order?

New York City restaurant chains will soon display warning signs next to items that contain more than the daily recommended intake of sodium.

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Amazon gives drone details, still mum on timeline

Amazon says its Prime Air drone project is making progress

Bono, Clooney, Kardashian part of all-star campaign for AIDS

Bono, Clooney, Kardashian, Meryl Streep part of all-star campaign for AIDS airing on Kimmel

Signs of weak holiday spending send retail stocks lower

Early signs of weak holiday spending send retail stocks lower as traders return from holiday

After A Year Hiatus, Japan Set To Start Whaling For 'Research'

Japan will send a fleet of ships to capture 333 minke whales for what it calls scientific research, though others think it's a loophole for whaling.

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Frat president testifies against brothers in pledge's death

Frat president testifies against co-defendants in death of pledge, 18, during hazing ritual

Suspect in Planned Parenthood attack makes 1st appearance

Man accused in deadly Planned Parenthood attack to be charged with first-degree murder

Wal-Mart 'Corporate Policy' Forces Veteran To Stand Outside

An Ohio Wal-Mart told a veteran he wasn't allowed to stand inside the store to collect donations for Toys for Tots.

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Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster

Retailers roll out online deals for Cyber Monday, expected to rack up over $3 billion in sales

NYC's novel salt warning rule set to take effect at chains

NYC's novel salt warning rule set to take effect Tuesday; affects some chain eatery items

CNN's Rachel Nichols Is Headed Back To ESPN

Longtime journalist Rachel Nichols is reportedly returning to ESPN to host her own daily show. CNN hired her in 2013 to boost its sports coverage.

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Police shooting of black teen cited in U of Chicago threat

Authorities: Police shooting of black teen cited in online threat against U of Chicago

The Latest: Another day of protests over Chicago shooting

The Latest: Another day of protests in response to Chicago cop fatally shooting black teen

How Trump's Big Black Clergy Endorsement Became A Quiet Meeting

The meeting was billed as a huge endorsement announcement but became private after one Trump supporter said there was a "miscommunication."

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Info on 5 million VTech customers and kids exposed in breach

Kid's tech maker VTech says personal info of 5 million customers and their kids compromised

New York state adding $200M more to $2.5B fight against AIDS

New York state adding $200M more to $2.5B fight to end AIDS epidemic by 2020

NFL Knee Injuries Outweigh Concussions, But That's Not A Bad Thing

Oddly enough, it seems some NFL players are willing to risk their heads in favor of saving their knees.

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UN chief recommends stepped-up UN presence in Burundi

UN chief recommends a stepped-up UN presence in conflict-torn Burundi to promote dialogue

A look at victims of Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting

A look at the victims killed in the shooting at Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs

Would-Be Burglar Dies After Getting Stuck In A Chimney

Fresno County Sheriff’s deputies say a 19-year-old tried to sneak into a California home through a chimney but got stuck and couldn't escape.

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World leaders gather to try to save Earth from overheating

Climate talks: World leaders gather outside Paris to try to save the Earth from overheating

AP News Guide: Summit opens debate on ethics of gene editing

AP News Guide: International summit opens debate on the promise, ethics of human gene editing

This Fungus Is Bad News For The World's Bananas

The type of bananas we know and love might die off. A disease has already hit about half of the world, and it's spreading.

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