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Debit vs Credit: Which is safer when holiday shopping?

The countdown to Christmas is now one we're measuring in hours -- not days -- and this year, the holiday rush has an extra complexity, as shoppers wonder what the safest way to pay for their purchases is.

Colorado girl mistaken for burglar-shot and killed

It was a tragic case of mistaken identity. A man shot and killed his 14-year-old stepdaughter as she crawled into a basement window in the middle of the night. Police say he thought she was a burglar.

5 takeaways from Edward Snowden's Washington Post interview

Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency leaker, has given a wide-ranging interview to The Washington Post about the effects of the startling information he shared earlier this year with journalists, shedding light on the U.S.

Macy's has a black Santa, by special request

'Twas two nights before Christmas, and I headed down to find Santa in Macy's flagship store in Herald Square, New York City -- the one famously known to be on 34th Street.

Britney Spears thinks about retiring

When Britney Spears sings "you better work, b***h," it sounds like she might be singing that to herself.

Pharmacy owners agree to $100 million settlement after meningitis outbreak

A compounding pharmacy at the center of a fungal meningitis outbreak last year has agreed to a preliminary settlement that would create a $100 million fund for victims.

Port Allen council reviews budget; no budget for months

The council voted unanimously to consider this fiscal year's proposed budget. Council members and residents say this is what they've been waiting for.

Locals are fed up with the construction on O'Neal Lane: businesses are severly suffering

The construction on O’Neal Lane it’s been going on for a long time and it has residents and businesses up in arms. That construction is part of the cities Green Light Plan but locals are ready for it to be over with.

LA scores 5/10 for ability to counter infectious diseases

According to a report released by the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Louisiana is only about halfway to being fully prepared for an infectious disease outbreak.

Iberville couple gets an early Christmas surprise

An Iberville Parish couple got an early Christmas gift. Their baby girl came two months early. Get this, she wasn't born at a hospital, but in the back of her dad's car.