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Only in Iceland, can you go into the magma chamber of a volcano

According to ancient legend, Iceland was once an immortal battlefield, with gods waging war in lava fields. Plumes of lava represented souls flung out from the inferno, while volcanoes were portals to hell.

Same-sex couple denied cake by bakery, owners speak out

A same-sex couple sparked a social media controversy after being turned down by a bakery that refused to make them a cake.

Big pig: North Carolina man fells 500-pound boar with one shot

Killing a 500-plus pound boar might sound like a big deal. But for one North Carolina man, it is just how he brings home the bacon. Jett Webb killed the massive animal last month in eastern North Carolina.

Number of U.S. millionaires hits new high

It looks like the rich have finally shaken off the recession.

2 killed when suspected drunk driver plows car into crowd at SXSW, police say

 A crowded street at a popular festival in Austin, Texas, became a chaotic scene as a suspected drunk driver tore through the crowd, running over people and hitting other cars, leaving two people dead and others seriously injured.

Feds subpoena Kendrick Johnson's schoolmates amid probe into teen's death

Kendrick Johnson's former schoolmates and their parents have been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury investigating the Georgia teen's 2013 death, according to sources with knowledge of the subpoenas.

Judge orders ex-NFLer Darren Sharper held without bail

A Los Angeles County judge ordered former NFL star and rape defendant Darren Sharper to be held without bail Thursday in the wake of additional charges in Arizona.

Mark Zuckerberg calls Obama to complain about NSA

  Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday said he called President Obama to express frustration about the government's spying and hacking programs.

Obama signs executive order to qualify more workers for overtime pay

Current rules governing overtime pay are "wrong," President Barack Obama said Thursday as he signed an order directing his administration to reexamine how employees are paid for working more than 40 hours per week.

Boehner invites Pope to address Congress

House Speaker John Boehner marked Pope Francis' first anniversary Thursday by extending an open invitation to him to address a joint meeting of Congress.