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House GOP plans another Obamacare vote on shutdown deal

With a possible government shutdown looming, House Republicans planned votes Saturday on a spending proposal that also would delay Obamacare for a year and wipe out its tax on medical devices in defiance of threatened rejection by Senate Democr

The death of the home stereo system

For many years, it was a rite of fall.

The device that could change the Internet

Depending whom you ask, Chad Russell and Charles Butkus' invention is either a step forward for the Internet -- or a death knell for free content.

House: A vote for cloture is a vote for ObamaCare

Twenty-one conservative House members, including a Louisiana representative, have sent a bill to Senator Mitch McConnell warning Senate Republicans not to vote for cloture.

The best (and worst) crash avoidance technologies

A number of cars offer systems that can detect an impending collision and, in some cases, apply the brakes automatically and on Friday a leading auto safety group issued its first ratings for them.

Arrest made in Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf 'sextortion' case

A college student was arrested Thursday for allegedly hijacking the webcams of young women -- among them reigning Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf -- taking nude images, then blackmailing his victims to send him more explicit material or else be expo

Philly priest accused of raping altar boy

A Philadelphia priest who narrowly escaped prosecution during a recent clergy abuse scandal that rocked the city's archdiocese has been arrested on charges that include raping an altar boy.

New details released in Aaron Hernandez case during bail hearing for co-defendant

New details were revealed in the murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez during a bail reduction hearing Thursday for co-defendant Ernest Wallace in Fall River, Massachusetts.

Mysterious cache of jewels turns up atop French glacier

It reads like the opening scene of an "Indiana Jones" movie.

Obamacare cheat sheet

This much is clear: Obamacare is massive and it's not easy to understand. Many insurance regulations and taxes are already in effect, but the big push begins Oct. 1.