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Instagram can now sell your photos for ads

Instagram shocked users with an update to its terms of service that will let the company sell users' photos to other companies.

Apple request for Samsung phone ban is denied

A federal judge ruled late Monday that Samsung can continue to sell smartphones that infringed Apple's patents.

Sporting goods chain suspends sale of certain semi-automatic after shooting

Dick's Sporting Goods, one of the largest sporting goods retailers in the world, says it has removed all guns from its store nearest to Newtown, Connecticut, and is suspending the sale of certain kinds of semi-automatic rifles from its chai

School resumes for students haunted by Newtown tragedy

Across this devastated town, students returned to schools Tuesday, marking the beginning of a new reality.

After shooting, cops take no-tolerance approach to copycat threats

Two teens who, in separate incidents, threatened to carry out similar attacks as the massacre in Newtown were promptly arrested this week -- a sign that law enforcement officials have taken an aggressive no-tolerance approach against potential

Source: Boehner offers to extend debt limit for a year

House Speaker John Boehner has offered to extend the debt limit for a year as part of a deficit-reduction deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, a source familiar with the talks told CNN on Sunday.

Refunds from credit card issuers on the way

Attention Discover, American Express and Capital One credit card customers: Don't be surprised if you see a credit show up on your monthly statement soon.

Two officers shot, killed outside Kansas grocery store

-- Two Kansas police officers responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle were fatally shot in the head outside a grocery store Sunday night.

Connecticut teachers were heroes in the face of death

Facing down a gunman, placing yourself in the path of flying bullets, forfeiting your life to protect innocents.

Concern over generic painkillers mounts

The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy recently sent an alert to law enforcement, particularly along the Canadian border, warning them that Canada had approved non-abuse resistant generic versions of oxycodone, the active ingred