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5 takeaways from Edward Snowden's Washington Post interview

Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency leaker, has given a wide-ranging interview to The Washington Post about the effects of the startling information he shared earlier this year with journalists, shedding light on the U.S.

Macy's has a black Santa, by special request

'Twas two nights before Christmas, and I headed down to find Santa in Macy's flagship store in Herald Square, New York City -- the one famously known to be on 34th Street.

Britney Spears thinks about retiring

When Britney Spears sings "you better work, b***h," it sounds like she might be singing that to herself.

Pharmacy owners agree to $100 million settlement after meningitis outbreak

A compounding pharmacy at the center of a fungal meningitis outbreak last year has agreed to a preliminary settlement that would create a $100 million fund for victims.

Deputies: Missing Anderson teen staged kidnapping to see friends

The family of a teen who went missing in Anderson County said the girl was home safe Sunday morning after deputies said she staged her disappearance.

Obamacare enrollment: Deadline to sign up for January 1 coverage is here

Time's almost up. Monday is the deadline tor residents of most states to sign up for Obamacare if they want coverage starting January 1. And that's a big deal -- for two reasons:

Cracker Barrel reverses decision to pull Duck Dynasty products

Cracker Barrel on Sunday reversed its decision to pull some Duck Dynasty-themed products from its shelves.

Wild weather, plummeting temps on tap for much of U.S.

If you think this week's holiday travel will be crazy, it's got nothing on the wild weather sweeping the country.

'Big' still has heart and soul at 25

 

She can't eat but wants to be a chef

  Chelsea Wheeler is a 10-year-old girl with a passion and a plan.