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Rare recording of Martin Luther King Jr. talking about John F. Kennedy released

A previously unheard recording of Martin Luther King Jr. discussing John F. Kennedy will be played Monday in the place where the civil rights leader was assassinated.

Intel to cut over 5,000 jobs

Chipmaker Intel said Friday it plans to reduce its global workforce by over 5,000 people over the next year. The company says the cuts are in response to "evolving market trends."

'Octomom' Nadya Suleman pleads not guilty to welfare charges

Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman pleaded not guilty Friday to welfare fraud charges relating to allegations that she did not report money that she earned as a topless dancer and adult film actress, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorn

Squirrels invade park in Mobile

Squirrels are over-running a park in downtown Mobile, Alabama. There are hundreds of squirrels scurrying and scampering about, and if you have food.

KS: Lost Dog found 9 months later and 150 miles away

A Great Dane in Kansas made a great journey. He went off on a 150-mile walk by himself, over nine months. Now he's been found and reunited with his family.

Marine loses Purple Heart and other medals to break in

A medal earned for valor is priceless. Now a Marine is searching for a stolen piece of his family history. He is afraid a Purple Heart and other medals may be lost forever.

'True Detective': What's the verdict?

It's hard to go wrong when your new show includes both Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, so HBO's "True Detective" was already off to a good start when it premiered on Sunday night.

Google to make smart contact lenses

Google is developing smart contact lenses that measure the glucose levels in diabetics' tears.

Controversial execution in Ohio uses new drug combination

Ohio inmate Dennis McGuire appeared to gasp and convulse for roughly 10 minutes before he died Thursday by lethal injection using a new combination of drugs, reporters who witnessed it said.

850,000 may have $90 less in food stamps

A deal on food stamps in Congress could trim as much as $90 a month from 850,000 of the nation's poorest who seek help to buy groceries.