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Prosecutors: Truck stop chiropractor falsified health exams

Federal authorities say they've charged a chiropractor operating out of an Atlanta truck stop with falsifying required medical exams aimed at ensuring that truck drivers operate safely on the nation's highways

Michigan's Presidential Recount Is Officially…

A judge ordered the recount to start on Monday at noon.

Receptionist Accidentally Orders Live Reindeer…

A receptionist in the UK when trying to order reindeer decorations accidentally ordered live reindeer. It's got to be harder to do that than it apparently is. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

As Per Usual, Disney And 'Harry Potter' Movies…

Taking the No. 1 spot again this week is Walt Disney's "Moana," bringing in an estimated $28 million — pushing the total box sales past $177 million.

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Lady Gaga Impersonator Performs On X-Factor

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Many Reported Dead In Another Migrant Disaster

Over 1,000 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean Sea between Sunday and Monday.

Dodgers keep free-agent pitcher Rich Hill with 3-year deal

The Dodgers have signed free-agent pitcher Rich Hill to a three-year contract after he went 3-2 with a 1.83 ERA in six starts with the team he joined at the trade deadline

Jayson Williams: I was a 'coward' for covering up…

Former NBA All-Star Jayson Williams says he was “being a coward” when he tried covering up the drunken “terrible accident” in which he shot his limousine driver to death, he told Sports Illustrated's Jon Wertheim in a new 60 Minutes Sports interview.

Goals missed on obesity, food poisoning, despite…

During the Obama administration, the nation's top public health agency has focused on a priority list of 'winnable battles.'

Virgin Galactic's new spaceship makes first glide flight

Virgin Galactic's new spaceship has completed its first glide flight

Reflecting on life in a WWII prison camp

Japanese-Americans recount their experiences in a World War II prison camp, and express concern about rising racial tensions in America. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

Feds: Business lost $387,500 in world cybercrime operation

A Pennsylvania business lost more than $387,000 in an international cybercrime operation disabled by federal authorities and the European Union last week

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Greece tries to convince European creditors it's…

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is trying to convince the country's European creditors that Athens has delivered on the promises it has made in return for the bailout money that saw off bankruptcy and a potential exit from the euro

Unions cautiously optimistic over possible FairPoint sale

Unions representing FairPoint Communications workers in northern New England say they view its potential $1.5 billion sale to an Illinois-based broadband and business communications company with cautious optimism

Judge denies change of venue motion in murder-for-hire trial

The trial of a Florida woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her husband will be heard by a local jury

This Coat For The Homeless Is Made By People Who…

The Empowerment Plan is a nonprofit based in Detroit, Michigan, and wants others to replicate its model.

Free-Range Eggs May Be Healthier Than Alternatives

A study from Reading University is saying that in terms of vitamins, eggs from a free-range chicken are healthier than eggs from farms where the chickens don't have time to move around. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.

Kylie Jenner Debuts Racy Calendar

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NASA Captures Alarming Image In The Antarctic

NASA’s Icebridge mission has captured an image of a significant rift in Antartica’s Larsen C ice shelf.

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NBA Power Rankings: DeMar DeRozan leads Raptors…

This week's NBA Power Rankings feature the Raptors trending up, the Nets struggling, and the Hawks caught in the middle.

Appeals court agrees to delay GOP lawsuit over health law

A federal appeals court has agreed to delay consideration of a lawsuit from Republican lawmakers over the Obama health care law

Study: Warming to trigger 3 times as many downpours in US

New high resolution computer simulations say that the US as a whole will get nearly 3 times as many extreme downpours by the end of the century because of global warming