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NASA releases new photo of Saturn, Earth

NASA has given the people of Earth a rare treat: A color mosaic that captures not only Saturn, but also the tiny dots of Earth and other planets in the background.

White House tech experts in hot seat on Capitol Hill

The House Oversight Committee is prepared Wednesday to hear the government's top information technology experts explain the problems behind the troubled Affordable Care Act website HealthCare.gov.

Dolphins owner delays meeting with Jonathan Martin: 'We want to get to the bottom of it'

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross will wait until an NFL investigator meets with Jonathan Martin before holding his own meeting, the team said Tuesday.

With life in prison on the table, Whitey Bulger faces judge Wednesday

James "Whitey" Bulger, the convicted Boston mobster whose rise and fall was as convoluted as any Hollywood script, goes before a judge Wednesday with prosecutors calling for him to be locked away for life.

Marissa Alexander, Florida woman in warning-shot case, may be freed

She's won a new trial. And now, Marissa Alexander may learn Wednesday whether she can get out of prison while she waits for that trial.

The Better Business Bureau Helps Donors Avoid Scams

Many people are giving donations to help provide aid in the Phillipines after typhoon Haiyan. The Red Cross and the Better Business Bureau are encouraging donors to verify the credibility of an organization before sending their donations.

MacNeill daughter says her mom 'finally has justice'

After six years of relentlessly pursing justice for Michele MacNeill, her daughter is thankful that justice has finally be served.

Detroit woman's autopsy leaves questions

A 19-year-old Detroit woman who was shot and killed on the front porch of a home was not shot at close range, according to an autopsy report.

Oldest World War II vet Richard Overton, 107, honored by President Obama

At 107 years old, World War II veteran Richard Overton credits God for his longevity.

SeaWorld challenges ban limiting interaction between whale and trainer

No stranger to performances, SeaWorld must put on a very different kind of show Tuesday in what could be a make or break day for the aquatic entertainment giant.