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Public takes its shots at Armstrong after reported admission to Oprah

The court of public opinion weighed in decidedly against Lance Armstrong after he reportedly admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he used performance-enhancing drugs to push his cycling career into high gear.

New water lows for Great Lakes could drain local economies

Chris Berkey makes his living plying the often treacherous waters of the Great Lakes, delivering staples like cement to industries nestled in the myriad harbors that dot a coastline that's equal to nearly half of the circumference of the gl

5 memorable moments: Winners, one-liners and surprises at Golden Globes

"Argo," the retelling of the dramatic rescue of American diplomats during the Iran hostage crisis, and "Les Miserables," a big-screen adaptation of the Broadway musical, were the big winners at this year's Golden Globes.

Apple slides 3%, briefly dips below $500

Apple's stock tumbled early Monday, following reports that demand for the iPhone 5 may be waning.

Weird weather: Temperature extremes coast to coast

Residents of large swaths of central and Southern California and Arizona shivered Saturday as plummeting temperatures prompted freeze warnings.

Postal Service's fiscal cliff coming this spring

The U.S. Postal Service is facing its own fiscal cliff this spring.

Ford's biggest white-collar job hiring in a decade

Ford Motor will add 2,200 salaried jobs this year, the biggest addition of white-collar workers at the automaker in more than a decade, the company said Friday.

Had a flu shot? You'll be OK - maybe

So you got a flu vaccine this season, and you've been reading about the flu epidemic. You might be wondering: Will the vaccine keep me healthy?

White House: Still committed to assault weapons ban

President Barack Obama will seek passage of an assault weapons ban as part of a larger push for new gun control laws, an administration official said Friday.

Judge agrees to delay plea for theater shooting suspect

The judge overseeing the case against suspected Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes agreed to delay arraignment in the case to allow defense lawyers more time to pore over 30,000 pages of evidence and hundreds of DVDs and CDs.