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Death penalty possible after jury convicts Jodi Arias of first-degree murder

A day after a jury found her guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of her ex-boyfriend, Jodi Arias will return to court Thursday to begin a phase that will move her closer to learning whether she will live or die.

Ohio captive to police: Suspect punched me in the stomach until I miscarried

One of three women held captive in a Cleveland home said she was pregnant at least five times but was starved and punched until she eventually miscarried, according to an initial incident report obtained by CNN.

Wrigley halts production of caffeine gum

Wrigley has decided to stop production, sales and marketing of their new caffeinated gum, the Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday.

Internet sales tax: What you'll pay, and when

Internet shoppers could be one step closer to having to pay sales taxes on online purchases.

Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder; death penalty possible

After months of twists and turns in a dramatic trial rife with sex, lies and digital images, an Arizona jury Wednesday found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.

Police deny neighbors called about suspicious activity at Castro home

The jubilation over the freeing of three women and a girl from their alleged captivity in Cleveland is quickly giving way to a serious question: Did Cleveland police miss clues?

Apple picks itself up off the mat

Apple's stock has been on a tear since the tech giant announced what it called the largest share repurchase program in history. Shares of Apple have gained about 20% from last month's low of $385.

Jaycee Dugard's mother: 'Another miracle happened'

Jaycee Dugard's mother choked back tears as she described this week's news that three long-missing women were found in Cleveland. The dramatic story hit close to home.

Women reunite with families; details begin to emerge

The first time most of America heard Amanda Berry's voice was on a frantic 911 call.

Indoor tanning industry under scrutiny

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants tighter regulation of indoor tanning beds, citing concerns about equipment malfunctions that have resulted in consumers getting excess radiation.