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Texas toddler dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound
Police said Thursday there is no indication that the shooting death of 2-year-old Kinsler Davis was anything but a “tragic accident.”
Christie weight-loss step may be key to a presidential campaign
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's acknowledgment of having secret stomach surgery may reassure voters who've wondered whether he's fit to be president.
When the earth moves under our feet
One of the most breath-taking geologic events is a major earthquake. In just a few moments, shaking of the Earth can result in billions of dollars of damage and thousands of lives lost.
Pfizer begins selling Viagra online to combat fake versions
Pfizer, the world's largest drugmaker, has started offering its impotence drug Viagra through a company-sponsored website to combat counterfeit versions that are sold online.
To clean up the Chesapeake Bay, researchers say, we need to unleash oyster power
Behold the tiny oyster.
No, not on the half-shell, with a squirt of lemon, but in its watery habitat, the Choptank River.
VIDEO: Obama believes US-Mexico stereotypes must be broken
President Barack Obama says he wants to set aside old stereotypes that have created misunderstanding between Mexico and the United States. He says Mexico is an emerging nation that is remaking itself.
The best and worst jobs in the current economy
With rapid changes in the economy, some jobs are valued more than others, meaning if you can land one, there's usually higher pay and more perks. Meanwhile, other jobs that have traditionally been considered desirable have slipped toward the bottom of the heap.
Suicides now outnumber deaths from car crashes
The number of suicide deaths in the U.S. has climbed past the number of motor vehicle deaths in recent years, due mostly to an increase in suicide among middle-aged Americans.
VIDEO: Workers hoist spire atop One World Trade Center
A crane has hoisted a U.S. flag covered spire to the top of New York's One World Trade Center, under construction at the site of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Suburban Boston student accused of terrorist threats on Facebook
With the Boston area jittery from the recent marathon bombings, police in suburban Methuen have arrested an 18-year-old high school senior on charges he posted terrorist threats on Facebook, including one that referenced the Boston carnage.
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