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TX woman gets kicked out of restaurant for changing baby's diaper

A Texas mother says she was kicked out of a pizza restaurant for changing her baby at the table. She says there was no changing table in the restroom. The restaurant's owners say that's no excuse.

CA sheriff reveals details of Robin Williams' death

UPDATE (1:15 p.m. August 12, 2014):  Robin Williams apparently died of asphyxia due to hanging, Marin County Sheriff's Lt. Keith Boyd said Tuesday.

After deadly police shooting, violence and uncertainty in Missouri suburb

The morning after a peaceful candlelit vigil for a teenager fatally shot by police disintegrated into violence and looting, the mayor of Ferguson, Missouri, called for calm.

WHO panel to discuss Ebola drug ethics

A World Health Organization panel is convening Monday to discuss the ethics of using experimental medicine to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

GM loses bid to stop key recall lawsuit

A key lawsuit against General Motors over the automaker's fatally flawed ignition switches will be reopened.

Dutch company building floating snowflake hotel

The Krystall hotel will doubtless inspire a few gags about a frosty reception when it opens in December 2016, but once guests realize they're about to check in to a giant floating snowflake, it could just as easily melt hearts.

Couples explain how their marriages started at summer camp

American adolescents and summer camp go together like bug juice and s'mores. For many young adults, the occasion marks a golden opportunity for co-ed camaraderie in the mess hall or even a stolen kiss in the woods.

How to avoid the Freshman 15 in college

It's hard to think back to a time in life where you could eat what you want, when you wanted, how you wanted and whatever you wanted and not gain a pound.

Why people still pay attention to Charles Manson

Inside the Charles Manson room at the Museum of Death in Hollywood, Anne Forde looks at crime scene photos from the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders.

SC woman out thousands in Facebook lottery scam

Chesnee, SC (WGCL) -- A Chesnee woman is warning others of a Facebook lottery scam that cost her thousands of dollars. "I was happy about, you know, I wasn't thinking about a scam or anything," said Cindy Brigman.