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Motrin berry-flavored infant drops recall remains

A recall of about 200,000 bottles of Concentrated Motrin Infants' Drops due to a risk that they may contain tiny plastic particles is still in effect.

The shutdown, the IRS and your taxes

If you were thinking that the government shutdown meant you would get out of paying your taxes, think again.

Oklahoma zoo tiger bites employee's arm

A tiger at an Oklahoma zoo bit a female employee's arm Saturday after she broke protocol by sticking her hand inside the animal's cage, the zoo owner and local undersheriff said.

Warhol classics expected to fetch a lot of green at auctions

Two Andy Warhol masterpieces are expected to sell for more than $100 million combined when they go up for auction next month in New York.

Capitol Hill shooting: Who was Miriam Carey?

A young mother is dead and her year-old child is in protective custody.

Poll: Three-quarters of Americans want shutdown to end

More than seven out of 10 Americans disapprove of the government shutdown, and they say they're angrier than they've been about the way things are going in Washington.

New California law gives undocumented immigrants driver's licenses

It was a moment Jose Diaz knew he didn't want to miss. The day laborer and undocumented immigrant waited for more than 10 years to see it.

Arraignment Friday for woman accused of pushing husband off cliff

A Montana bride accused of pushing her new husband off a cliff to his death will be arraigned Friday on murder charges.

Tropical Storm Karen churns in the Gulf of Mexico

A soggy weekend is in store for parts of the U.S. Gulf Coast as Tropical Storm Karen churns in the central Gulf of Mexico.

Congress locked down due to shooter situation

Gunshots erupt near U.S. Capitol By Tom Cohen CNN