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Owner of Colorado dog sled business charged with animal cruelty

The front page of the website for Krabloonik, a dog sled operation near Aspen, Colorado, shows healthy, happy-looking dogs pulling a sled through snow.

Family wants answers in man's mysterious death in Texas

On a cold, rainy night in late November, Douglas Wright sat amid brambles and thick East Texas underbrush, watching over the body of his 28-year-old son, Alfred, who had disappeared almost three weeks earlier.

High court rejects review of Arizona's 20-week abortion ban

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned aside Arizona's appeal to reinstate its law banning most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. A federal appeals court last year said the restrictions were unconstitutional.

We know it can kill us: Why people still smoke

Smoking can kill you. We've known that for at least 50 years -- and yet millions still smoke, and thousands more pick up the habit every year.

2014 Golden Globes: '12 Years,' 'Hustle' win film Globes

"12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" are on top of the Globes.

'Negro' on form draws ire of prospective juror in New York

"Yes, I identify as black or African-American, but I am not a Negro," said a 25-year-old teacher from New York City.

Alex Rodriguez suspended for entire 2014 season

An arbitrator Saturday upheld most of New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez's 211-game doping suspension, keeping him out of the 162-game 2014 regular season and the postseason.

Red carpet arrivals: Hollywood celebrates at 2014 Golden Globes

Celebrities are making their way down the red carpet for Sunday's Golden Globes, shining in their beautiful finery.

University to offer beer brewing diploma

It's probably safe to say that college students know a thing or two about beer. Now, they can take their love of the brew right into the classroom. A university in Canada is serving up a very refreshing new program.

Priebus doubts there's a direct link between Christie and bridge scandal

While some Republicans are taking a wait-and-see approach on the question of whether New Jersey Gov.