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Doctors urged to address military kids' mental health

More than 2 million children have been affected by the military deployment of at least one parent within the past decade, and thousands have had to cope with a parent's death or traumatic injury, experts say.

Trump teasing a 2016 bid for president?

Is Donald Trump once again thinking about making a run for the White House?

'Arrested Development': What the critics are saying

Hardcore junkies of the series "Arrested Development" finally got their fix after a seven-year hiatus when Netflix released 15 new episodes Sunday, 3 a.m. ET. To binge watch or not to binge watch, that is the question.

Obama offers salute to Korean War vets as Afghanistan War winds down

President Barack Obama gave a special salute Monday to Americans who lost their lives fighting in the Korean War, noting the upcoming 60th anniversary of the conflict's end, and asked Americans to remember the troops' work in Afghanista

Newest, biggest, baddest roller coasters for summer

Get ready to shred your vocal cords. Or just clench your jaw and hang on with white knuckles in terrified silence.

Police chief vows revenge after officer gunned down for no obvious reason

Grief over a Kentucky officer's death is giving way to rage and anxiety as police believe someone set up a trap just to kill their colleague or another driver.

Fire on cruise ship; no injuries reported

A Royal Caribbean International ship was sailing to a Bahamas port after a Monday morning fire in which no one was injured, the company said.

One week later: The daunting recovery in Oklahoma

One week after a tornado devastated the lives and landscape of Moore, much of the city seems frozen in time. But despite the rubble, the road to recovery is well underway. Here's the latest on the Oklahoma tornado aftermath:

Stocks hope to make up lost ground

 Investors head into the shortened trading week hoping to make up lost ground.

New terror stance worries Republicans

The new era in America's war on terror -- described by President Barack Obama in a major address Thursday -- worries some Republicans, who say the phase-down could leave the country vulnerable to still-persistent threats from abroad.