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Fans melt down over Cadbury Creme Egg change

The makers of Cadbury Creme Eggs are walking on eggshells with fans of the beloved Easter treat after a recent tweak in the recipe.

Fans melt down over Cadbury Creme Egg recipe change

 The makers of Cadbury Creme Eggs are walking on eggshells with fans of the beloved Easter treat after a recent tweak in the recipe.

US Central Command Twitter account suspended after hack by ISIS supporters

The Twitter account for U.S. Central Command was suspended Monday after it was hacked by ISIS sympathizers, a defense official told CNN.

Saudi Prince: Oil will never return to $100

The days of $100 oil prices may be gone forever. At least that's what Saudi Prince Alwaleed believes about oil, which plunged below $46 a barrel on Monday for the first time since March 2009.

Mary Barra calls new Bolt a 'real game changer' for GM

 General Motors unveiled two new plug-in cars at the Detroit Auto Show. One is the new, improved version of the Chevrolet Volt. The other is a small all-electric car called the Chevrolet Bolt.

5 things we learned from the Golden Globes

 The 2015 Golden Globes stood up for free speech -- in more ways than one.

Searchers recover one black box from AirAsia Flight QZ8501, find the other

 AirAsia Flight QZ8501 exploded after hitting the water, an Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency official told CNN on Monday, citing an analysis of debris patterns from the doomed jetliner.

Lowdown on College Football Playoff National Championship game

 No. 2 Oregon will square off against No. 4 Ohio State for the national championship on Monday night. But this isn't like any other college football national title game from years' past.

Ex-FAMU band member gets 6 years in prison for 2011 hazing death

 A former Florida A&M University band member has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for organizing the hazing that killed drum major Robert Champion Jr.

ISIS repeats a threat; NYPD, other law enforcement on high alert

New York City Police Department officials and other law enforcement personnel across the United States were alerted to a new threat from ISIS after the terror group released a video message Saturday calling for its followers to "rise up.&q