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U.S. gas prices down 32 cents from 2012 peak

A year ago at this time, U.S. gasoline prices averaged $3.97 a gallon. It was the highest average in all of 2012. But it's a much different story this year, as prices continue to fall.

Man who took hostages at Hillary Clinton's office is missing

Leeland Eisenberg is missing yet again.

Chelsea Clinton doesn't shoot down talk of political office

Chelsea Clinton, the only daughter of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, is opening the possibility of her own political bid one day.

Forget falling stars: NASA plans to catch an asteroid

NASA is planning to catch an asteroid and place it in orbit around the moon. Seriously.

Bodies of children buried at construction site found

The bodies of two children buried alive Sunday at a home construction site in Lincoln County, North Carolina, were recovered Monday morning, according to Dion Burleson, a spokesman for Lincoln County Emergency Management.

Former Obama team member pushes White House to reject pipeline

Bill Burton spent the greater part of the past two years working to get President Barack Obama re-elected.

Apple's iMessage is the DEA's worst nightmare

 If you don't want your text messages to be wire-tapped, you might consider getting yourself an iPhone.

U.S. diplomat died 'doing what she loved' in Afghanistan

Anne Smedinghoff lived inside a heavily secured compound. But the public diplomacy officer for the U.S. Embassy in Kabul was always pushing to get out.

Facebook Home, privacy and you

Facebook and online privacy: For several years now, it's been hard to talk about one without talking about the other. And Facebook's latest offering, called Home, is no exception.

Helping patients navigate the health care system

Karry Trout's first patient was a 38-year-old woman who had been diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer.