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Judge approves sales of Twinkies, Wonder Bread

A bankruptcy judge has given final approval for the sale of Twinkies, Wonder Bread and many of Hostess Brands' other assets, clearing the way for the iconic products to return to shelves.

White House warns Easter Egg Roll could be canceled

Ticket holders for the upcoming White House Easter Egg Roll are being warned the annual event could be canceled if lawmakers can't agree on a measure funding the federal government.

Obama heads to Israel with few expectations, many questions

The banners hanging on Israeli street corners boast of the "Unbreakable Alliance" with the United States, and the Stars and Stripes is flying side by side with the Star of David all across Jerusalem.

Colorado governor to sign 3 gun control bills

After witnessing two of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, Colorado is expected to pass a series of gun control laws Wednesday.

Ohio school shooter faces sentencing

T. J. Lane took a .22 caliber gun to school just over a year ago in northeastern Ohio. Without saying a word, he walked up to a table in the cafeteria of Chardon High School and opened fire.

Hillary Clinton announces support for same-sex marriage

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced for the first time Monday she supports marriage rights for same-sex couples, saying that "gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights."

Obama nominates Thomas Perez as labor secretary

Thomas Perez has climbed America's "ladder of opportunity" and now can help others do the same, President Barack Obama said on Monday in nominating the assistant U.S. attorney general as labor secretary.

"RIHANNA 777" Airs Monday, May 6th on FOX

Rihanna will be soaring to new heights in the exclusive world premiere of her concert documentary RIHANNA 777, airing Monday, May 6 on FOX.

Working from home saves me thousands

One telecommuter saw his gas bill shoot up $300 a month. Another quit because she would have been forced to shell out thousands of dollars a year for child care.

Grand jury to investigate Steubenville rape case

A grand jury will investigate whether anyone else should be charged in the events surrounding the August sexual assault of a 16-year-old, Ohio's attorney general said after a judge convicted two teenagers of rape in the incident.