Black Friday store sales fall as Americans buy more online

Black Friday store sales fall as more Americans shift to online, smartphone shopping

Suspect in Colorado attack called recluse who left few clues

Suspect in Colorado Planned Parenthood attack called recluse who left few clues about motive

Climate Protection Will Need More Money Than It Gets From Paris Talks

Private and public funding projects will contribute billions of dollars to combating climate change, but national efforts will need even more money.

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Denmark's Bang & Olufsen considering takeover bid

Danish hi-fi maker Bang & Olufsen in talks over possible takeover offer

Hamstrung by Congress, Obama tries to clinch climate pact

Hamstrung by Congress, GOP opposition, Obama heads to Paris to clinch global climate agreement

Top 3 Reasons Why Cyber Monday Is Better Than Black Friday

Not wearing pants, safety and getting paid to shop are just some reasons why Cyber Monday tops Black Friday on our list of "shopping holidays."

AIDS activist arrives in NYC after rowing across Atlantic

Man arrives in Brooklyn after successful 4th attempt to row across Atlantic for AIDS awareness

Judge rules against 13-year-old in climate change challenge

Judge rules against 13-year-old in climate change challenge; girl, attorneys consider appeal

Motive Not Yet Known In Colorado Springs Shooting

The shooting at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado on Friday left three people dead and nine injured.

Growth _ but not expansion _ in US Internet gambling market

Internet gambling market growing _ but not expanding _ in United States after 2 1/2 years

Air pollution in Beijing hits hazardous levels

Beijing hit with severe air pollution that's expected to linger for days

Google's Driverless Car Patent Could Have Autos Talking

This new patent, if implemented, could make pedestrians and people riding in Google's self-driving cars safer.

Officials ID waitress who was killed over patron's cigarette

Police identify Waffle House waitress who was shot to death after asking customer not to smoke

The Latest: Neighbors say suspect hid food, skinny dipped

The Latest: : Neighbors say Planned Parenthood shooting suspect hid food, skinny dipped

Why Are Teens Taking The #CondomChallenge?

Teens are filling condoms with water and putting them on their heads. Here's why — maybe.

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A look at the hot toys for holiday 2015

Expected hot toy trends: robotic pets, anything "Star Wars"

Chilean mom restricted access to baby for smoking marijuana

Chilean mother restricted access to newborn daughter at hospital because she smoked pot

New Mining Law Might Violate UN's Outer Space Treaty

A new law in the U.S. allows space firms to sell resources mined in space, but it might be breaking an international treaty from the '60s.

What's known about suspect in Planned Parenthood shooting

Questions and answers about the suspect in Planned Parenthood shooting

Sheriff's deputies rescue newborn found buried near river

Sheriff's deputies rescue newborn baby founded buried on edge of creek in Compton, California

The Number Of Child Brides In Africa Could Reach 310 Million By 2050

UNICEF estimates current social norms and a booming population could cause the number of child brides in Africa to double.

New Polish gov't reopens questions about 2010 plane crash

Poland's new government reopens debate over 2010 plane crash that killed president Kaczynski

UNICEF: AIDS leading cause of death for African teenagers

UNICEF: AIDS has become the leading cause of death among Africans aged 10 to 19

Scans Suggest A Hidden Chamber In King Tut's Tomb

The Egyptian antiquities minister says archeologists are 90 percent positive about the hidden chamber and some believe Queen Nefertiti may be inside.

Officer killed in Colorado was co-pastor, figure skater

Officer killed in Colorado recalled for his faith, service; was a co-pastor, figure skater

Burger King manager: Police erased video of Chicago shooting

Burger King manager says he told grand jury that police erased video in Chicago teen shooting

The NSA Will Soon Stop Storing Your Phone Records

As of Sunday, phone companies will be storing your records instead of the NSA, but the agency can still request information.

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