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Frigid cold sets sight on the South, may bring ice below Mason-Dixon line

The Deep South and winter don't play nice together. Throw frozen precipitation into the mix and you have a real mess.

Clinton says Benghazi attack part of broader North Africa challenge

Last September's terrorist attack in Libya that killed the U.S.

NJ voters overwhelmingly back Christie's rebuke to House Republicans

While House Republican leaders may not have enjoyed their verbal lashing from Gov.

Three wounded, two detained in Texas college shooting

Students ducked under desks and ran for cover during a shooting at a community college in Texas on Tuesday that left three people wounded.

Relatives shed light on New Mexico teen accused of killing family

A New Mexico teen accused of killing five relatives and wanting to gun down strangers at a Walmart isn't a monster, his family said. But no one can explain what exactly happened to 15-year-old Nehemiah Griego.

Only half of Verizon iPhone sales were iPhone 5

Verizon sold a record number of iPhones in the fourth quarter, but only about half of those were the newest iPhone 5 model.

Microsoft buying a chunk of Dell would be smart (for Microsoft)

Dell has been a Microsoft customer for decades. Soon, Microsoft may be calling the shots.

Two students wounded in Houston college shooting

Officials believe two students were wounded in crossfire as two people shot at each other at a Texas community college Tuesday, a school spokesman said.

Microsoft's Surface Pro set for February 9 release

Three months after the release of the Surface RT, Microsoft is ready to deliver the pricier and more powerful Surface Pro to consumers on February 9.

U.S. Marine Band: Beyonce 'did not actually sing' during inaugural

Pop star Beyonce opted to use a "pre-recording" of her rendition of the National Anthem during inaugural ceremonies in Washington Monday, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Marine Band tells CNN.