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Texas mom invents app to control child's phone

For parents of teenagers, not knowing where your child is can be frustrating, even frightening. And giving them a cell phone doesn't always mean they'll answer.

Health care costs hit Wal-Mart profit

Wal-Mart Stores says far more of its workers are signing up for its health care coverage than it expected.

Anonymous reveals Ferguson police officer's name

The online hacking group Anonymous has released the name of the man it believes to be the police officer who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., over the weekend.

Sen. Mary Landrieu to reimburse Senate for charter flight

Sen. Mary Landrieu will reimburse the Senate more than $5,700 for a charter flight she paid for with taxpayer money after CNN questioned the expense.

Government breaks up ring that circulated counterfeit $100s for 15 years

For the last 15 years, at least $77 million in sophisticated counterfeit $100 bills have flooded into the country from Israel.

Amazon undercuts Square with new mobile credit card payments service

Amazon announced a credit card processing service for small businesses Wednesday, providing competition to mobile payment provider Square.

Exclusive: Sen. Mary Landrieu's campaign flight was charged to taxpayers

Sen. Mary Landrieu made headlines last November when she hitched a ride home on Air Force One with President Obama, but chose not to attend his event in New Orleans.

7 Robin Williams movies that made your childhood

If there was any actor who could make the entire family laugh, it was Robin Williams.

Would you trade pay for a higher 401(k) match?

As millions of Americans struggle to save enough for retirement, many workers say they are willing to accept lower pay if it means their employer will help them build a bigger nest egg.

Mother says Missouri teen killed by police was working toward a better life

Michael Brown was going to defy negative stereotypes, eschewing the street life that plagued many African-American young men by instead going to college, his mother said.