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The one JFK conspiracy theory that could be true

During the half century since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, you may have heard about a few conspiracy theories.

Congressional source: Benghazi contractors seem to contradict CIA chief

CIA contract security officers who responded to the terrorist attacks on the U.S.

Charges filed against foster parents after they handcuff a child to a porch

Charges have been filed against the foster parents of a boy that was discovered handcuffed to a porch with a dead chicken hanging from his neck.

Florida mom upset when her son makes honor rolls with D's

A Florida mom couldn't believe her son made the honor roll because he had a "D" letter grade on his report card. "I immediately assumed it's a mistake," said mother, Beth Tillack.

Ford F-150 top selling vehicle of 2013

The Ford F-150 has been the best selling vehicle so far in 2013. According to a new Forbes list, Ford sold more than 623,000 F-Series pickups so far this year. That's up nearly 20 percent from a year ago.

GRAPHIC WARNING: Ex-L.A. teacher sentenced to 25 years in lewdness case

A former Los Angeles school district teacher pleaded no contest Friday to 23 felony counts of lewd acts on 23 children and was immediately sentenced to 25 years in prison, the district attorney's office said.

Soldier with Ark-La-Tex ties killed in Afghanistan

Staff Sgt. Richard Lee Vazquez, 28, of Seguin, Tx., died Nov. 13, 2013, of wounds received from an improvised explosive device blast in, Panjwai province, Afghanistan.Vasquez was originally from Mansfield, LA.

FDA approves medical device to treat epilepsy

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved a device to help reduce the frequency of seizures in epilepsy patients who have not responded well to medications.

Can package delivery save the Postal Service?

The U.S. Postal Service is aggressively chasing the package delivery business.

'Emerging' tobacco products gaining traction among young, CDC survey finds

The percentage of middle-school and high-school students using so-called emerging tobacco products is increasing even as their rate of tobacco use in general is remaining relatively constant, federal scientists reported Thursday.