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The rise of the urban chicken
For those who have admired chickens from afar and have longed to raise them from day old baby chicks, backyard chicken farming is becoming a reality in big cities and rural communities across the country.
Black Thursday? Stores to open even earlier on Thanksgiving
At this rate, we may have to rename Thanksgiving "Black Thursday." Big-box retailers such as Wal-Mart, Toys R Us and Sears are opening their doors at 8 p.m. Thursday — just as Thanksgiving dinner tables are being cleared in many homes.
LIVE: Solar eclipse over the Great Barrier Reef
A live broadcast of the solar eclipse over Cairns and Great Barrier Reef, Australia, begins at 2:30 p.m. EST.
Fact check: Would tax hike on wealthy kill 700,000 jobs?
Rep. Pete Sessions claimed on Thursday that hundreds of thousands of people would lose their jobs if President Obama's proposed tax increase went into effect. What's the math behind this claim?
For the other woman, few happy endings
There's nothing like a political sex scandal to get Washington buzzing: While pundits debated the future of CIA Director David Petraeus, few concerned themselves with the fate of Paula Broadwell.
Runway show the key to Victoria's Secret success
Victoria's Secret is thriving using a marketing strategy that seems more from the era of "Mad Men" than Twitter.
Tricking the TSA
If, queued up at the airport — shoes half off, belt slung over your shoulder, laptop balanced precariously on one hand — you've ever looked at the speedy "pre-check" security line and wondered how easy it would be to fake your way into a less invasive screening, you would have been onto something.
Six storms that changed the course of history
If Sandy swings the presidential election one way or the other, it wouldn't be the first time bad weather proved historically decisive.
Survivor cat reunites with family 17 months after tornado
The Kent family resigned themselves to life without their beloved cat, Simba, when a powerful tornado destroyed their home on May 22, 2011.
VIDEO: Four-year-old moved to tears over too much election talk
Posted on YouTube on Oct. 30, a young girl is in tears over how tired she is of hearing about "Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney."
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