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Australian company claims it found Flight 370

A private Australian company says it has found what it believes is wreckage of a plane in the ocean. But leaders of the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are dismissing the claim.

Is diabetes shrinking my brain?

It's not a secret that some diabetics also have memory issues, but a new study suggests it's not just due to clogging of blood vessels -- your brain may actually be shrinking.

How to get your kids to read books in 2014

The end of the school year is approaching. Maybe your child will get a summer reading list, or perhaps you just want your kids to enjoy curling up with a good book on a warm summer evening. We’ve got some tips for you.

Suspect dead in FedEx shooting in Georgia, police say

The suspect in a shooting at a FedEx facility in suburban Atlanta early Tuesday has died "from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound," police said. Six people were wounded in the shootings, officials said.

Seventy-five million Americans under threat of severe weather

The scope is staggering. Some seventy-five million Americans are under threat of severe weather on Tuesday.

Internet Explorer bug lets hacker control your PC

If you're using Internet Explorer and click on the wrong link, a hacker could hijack your computer.

Bryan Cranston talks about life after 'Breaking Bad'

It's been difficult for die-hard fans of "Breaking Bad" to let go of the main character, Walter White -- and it turns out it's not been easy for the actor who portrayed him, either.

Clippers controversy: who is V. Stiviano?

She calls herself an artist, writer, chef, poet, stylist and philanthropist. The wife of her 80-year-old boyfriend (or ex-boyfriend) calls her a mistress and a gold digger.

'Motorcycle gangs' an effective force for U.S. in Afghanistan

A silent, nimble, two-wheeled killing machine.

Hackers get into baby monitor camera, yell at infant in Ohio

An Ohio couple says they feel violated after discovering their baby monitor camera was hacked by a stranger.