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Businessman known for good deeds accused of Internet fraud
A Utah businessman known locally for his good deeds is being accused of masterminding a massive Internet fraud.
First Family Explores O'Bama's Irish Roots in Dublin
While President Obama is busy at the G8 Summit, first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha are off exploring their family's Irish roots.
Bengals to appear on 'Hard Knocks'
Finding a subject 2013 was easier as HBO and NFL Films announced on Monday that the Cincinnati Bengals will appear on "Hard Knocks" for the second time in the last five years.
Couple finds 400-year-old
skeleton, gets $5,000 bill
A Canadian couple who recently stumbled upon a 400-year-old skeleton is now saddled with a $5,000 bill, the Star reports.
TSA Officer Accused of Shaming Teen for Wearing Leggings.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is investigating a report that one of its officers allegedly humiliated a 15-year-old girl wearing leggings.
Man who disrupted flight
ranted about CIA
A man loudly ranted about national security, the CIA and international spying aboard a flight from Hong Kong to Newark Monday, causing passengers to tackle him and bind his hands and feet for the duration of the flight.
Hidden gems: 5 killer sleeper cars
BoldRide presents five of the sleepiest sleeper cars in history.
11 Floating Homes That Really Deliver On Best Water Views
Forget lakeside—these adventurous houses sit right on the water for maximum views as well as serene living.
IRS supervisor in DC
scrutinized tea party cases
IRS supervisor in Washington reviewed earliest tea party cases, contradicting agency claims that it was a rogue element in Cincinnati.
Obama chooses lawyer as
Guantanamo closure envoy
President Barack Obama has chosen a high-powered Washington lawyer with extensive experience in all three branches of the government to be the State Department's special envoy for closing down the military-run prison at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.
Beyond NYC: Other places
adapting to climate, too
From Bangkok to Miami, cities and coastal areas across the globe are already building or planning defenses to protect millions of people
Unruly crowd swarms
final US Open hole
Hundreds of fans jogged, then sprinted toward the 18th green. They clambered over ropes and trampled manicured fairways. Course officials, there to watch and monitor a normally serene golf crowd, flashed looks of panic in their eyes when they saw the mob.
Boy Scout leaders' membership may be revoked for being in gay parade
Two Utah Boy Scout leaders could lose their memberships unless they agree to apologize to local organization officials for marching with other Scouts in the Utah Pride Parade in Salt Lake City.
Conservation for big guns
that opened Civil War
Preservationists are using computer sensors and other high-tech methods to protect massive iron Civil War guns at a fort in South Carolina that fired on Fort Sumter to open the war in April 1861.
Solar plane lands at Washington on journey across U.S.
The Solar Impulse landed at Dulles International Airport outside Washington at 12:15 a.m. EDT, organizers said in a statement.
Manziel tweets he 'can’t wait to leave College Station'
Here we thought Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was too busy attending the NBA Finals to be harassed in College Station.
Bill Cosby: 'I Wanted to Take the House Back' from Kids
Cosby’s own sense of parental humor, at once mordant and loving, has many fathers - not the least of whom was his paternal grandfather Cosby.
Why almost a third of new-car shoppers are considering diesel
Among consumers likely to purchase a vehicle in the next two years, 31 percent are likely to consider a diesel.
Fracking fuels water
fights in nation's dry spots
The latest domestic energy boom is sweeping through some of the nation's driest pockets.
North Korea proposes
high-level talks with US
North Korea's top governing body on Sunday proposed high-level nuclear and security talks with the United States.
IRS scandals threaten funding
for health care law
Mounting scandals at the Internal Revenue Service are jeopardizing critical funding for the agency as it gears up to play a big role in President Barack Obama's health care law.
Hidden cruise deals: How
to nab flash sales
Across the cruise industry, these flash fares are offered primarily to offload excess inventory.
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