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McDonald's fights back with free coffee

It's another salvo in the ongoing fast-food breakfast war: McDonald's announced Friday that it will offer customers nationwide a free cup of McCafe coffee for two weeks.

Democrat and GOP leaders pull real life 'House of Cards' move

What happened in the House Thursday was something out of an episode of the television series "House of Cards," a show about intrigue and sneaky deals in the nation's capital.

'Redneck Road Rage Instant Karma' driver speaks out

A Florida driver says this is an example of karma caught on camera. It began when a man started tailgating her and she took out her iPhone to record it.

Wal-Mart sues Visa for $5 billion over 'swipe fees'

In a battle of retailing titans, Wal-Mart Stores is suing Visa, accusing the credit card company of conspiring with banks to fix prices on the processing fees retailers are charged.

Appeals court upholds challenged parts of Texas abortion law

A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld parts of a Texas abortion law pertaining to hospital privileges for physicians who perform abortions and protocols for abortion-inducing drugs, a decision that drew starkly contrasting reactions on bot

Montana newlywed Jordan Linn Graham gets 30 years in husband's murder

Less than nine months after she shoved her husband off a steep cliff just days into their marriage, a federal judge sentenced Jordan Linn Graham to 30 years in prison Thursday.

TN church angers some members by baptizing gay man

Ronnie Hester wears his sexuality and faith out in the open. "I don't quite keep it a secret," Hester said.

OK liquor store celebrates Fred Phelps' death with discount

Westboro Baptist Church announces plans to picket Oklahoma liquor store In the wake of its founder's passing, the Westboro Baptist Church has announced it plans to picket a Moore liquor store.

Son saves mom as homeless man tries to rape her, MO police say

A homeless man is accused of bursting into a stranger's home and trying to rape her.

TX school asks student to remove confederate shirt

18-year-old Mason Deering walked out of his San Antonio high school yesterday because of a dispute over his t-shirt.