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Congress passes reform on how military handles sexual assault cases

U.S. military commanders would no longer be permitted to overrule a court-martial judgment in sexual assault cases under reforms approved by the Senate late Thursday.

Four things to do after your credit card has been hacked

As many as 40 million Target shoppers who hit stores in the three weeks after Thanksgiving had their credit and debit card information stolen.

'Duck Dynasty' star suspended after anti-gay remarks

Is this man simply expressing his beliefs or spewing bigotry?

When routine surgeries go wrong

When Nailah Winkfield took her daughter to Children's Hospital & Research Center in Oakland, California, for a tonsillectomy, she thought it would be a short stay.

So you have high blood pressure? New guidelines suggest maybe you don't

New guidelines for the management of hypertension suggest that people 60 or older might be able to handle higher blood pressure readings than originally thought.

Forbes lists Dwayne Johnson as 2013's highest-grossing actor

Dwayne Johnson did not have the highest-grossing movie of the year, but he still has reason to celebrate.

More students think marijuana is OK

Most teens may be "Above the Influence" when it comes to cocaine and cigarettes, but marijuana use is growing among students.

Did you win? Numbers announced for $636 million Mega Millions jackpot

This holiday season just got a lot merrier for two insanely lucky people. Two tickets matched the winning numbers in Tuesday night's $636 million Mega Millions jackpot.

You won the big one, now what?

Somebody might wake up Wednesday a whole lot richer. Heck, some of us are going to stay up to see if we're the lucky one or two who hits Tuesday night's $586 million Mega Millions jackpot.

Obama to meet with tech bosses after judge rules on NSA data-mining

President Barack Obama will meet with more than a dozen tech company bosses Tuesday, one week after industry leaders asked the government to change its spying practices.