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Toyota recalls 1 million cars in the U.S.

Fresh from reclaiming its crown as the world's largest automaker, Toyota has been hit by another major recall.

BlackBerry maker changes its name and launches long-awaited BlackBerry 10

The future of once-mighty Research in Motion rests on its new Blackberry 10 operating system -- a fact RIM played up Wednesday by changing its name to BlackBerry.

Wounded Giffords urges senators to act now against gun violence

Two years after being shot in the head by a gunman at a political event, former U.S. Rep.

Former golf No.1 Singh left 'shocked' and 'angry' over deer antler drug claims

Former World No.1 Vijay Singh says he has been left '"shocked" and "angry" after the revelation that he used a spray which may have contained a banned substance under the PGA TOUR Anti-Dopi

Judges rejects new trial for Sandusky

Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, who's serving a prison sentence for sexually abusing young boys, will not get a new trial, as he'd hoped.

NRA official to Congress: More gun laws not the answer

Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head in 2011, will give the opening statement at Wednesday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence, according to two sources close to Giffords.

Iraqi men living in Kentucky go to prison for plot to help al Qaeda

Two Iraqi men, who were living in Kentucky, were slapped with long prison sentences this week after being convicted of a series of charges involving a plot to help al Qaeda.

Rough weather day possible from South to Mid-Atlantic

High winds knocked down trees and power lines, damaging numerous buildings in the Nashville, Tennessee, area early Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.

Man shoots Alabama bus driver, holds child hostage underground

A man boarded a school bus Tuesday, police said, shot the driver, took a 6-year-old boy hostage and is holding the boy in an underground bunker.

State Department closes office on 'Gitmo,' reassigns envoy

The State Department has reassigned the special envoy dealing with closing the Guantanamo Bay detention facility and has no plans to replace him, two senior State Department officials tell CNN.