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Trading in your iPad? Do it now

With a new iPad likely around the corner, iPad trade-ins are on the rise -- and selling prices are falling fast.

JPMorgan, U.S. in tentative $13 billion settlement

JPMorgan Chase and the Department of Justice have tentatively agreed to a $13 billion civil settlement to resolve several investigations into the bank's mortgage securities business, according to a U.S.

5 things that have happened since Obamacare launched

Obamacare has survived a Supreme Court appeal, a government shutdown and ongoing challenges by opposing politicians. With few exceptions, every American must have health insurance by March 31 or pay a penalty fee.

Obama in weekly address: Frustration with Washington understandable

President Obama used his weekly address on Saturday to once again address Americans' frustration with policymakers in Washington, saying, not for the first time, that "there were no winners" in the protracted conflicts over the de

870,000 Toyotas recalled for spider-related problem

Toyota is recalling 870,000 vehicles because a problem with an air conditioner part could cause airbags to deploy unnecessarily. In some cases, the problem was caused by spiders.

French court rules mayors cannot block same-sex marriage

France's top court ruled Friday that French mayors cannot refuse to officiate same-sex marriages based on their personal, moral or religious beliefs.

Foods every breast cancer survivor should know about

Women checking in for appointments at the Comprehensive Breast Center at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York this month are being offered more than a pre-op or post-op surgical visit.

Apple's iPad problem

IPad sales are slumping, and Apple's share of the tablet market is in a tailspin.

Big asteroid buzzes past Earth and will again in 19 years

One of the most dangerous asteroids on record zipped close by Earth last month.

President calls for new approach after shutdown

The way business is done in Washington has to change to make a positive difference in the economy, President Barack Obama said Thursday as the federal government reopened for business and discussions began in Congress to reach a longer-term bud