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Bill O'Reilly to interview Obama for Fox Super Bowl pregame show

While most of us spend Super Bowl Sunday in front of the TV, President Barack Obama typically spends it on TV -- and that tradition will continue this year when he speaks with Fox News Channel host Bill O'Reilly during the network's Sup

Huckabee invokes 'libido' in birth control debate

Mike Huckabee urged Republicans to aggressively fight back against Democratic attempts to make female "libido" a campaign issue - language that may inflame the ongoing war of words between Republicans and Democrats over women's he

Michelle Obama eats fast food...for a reason

First Lady Michelle Obama ate lunch at a Subway sandwich shop Thursday to thank the chain for launching a new healthy food program aimed at kids.

Hagel orders review of U.S. nuclear force

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is ordering an independent review of the nation's nuclear force following revelations of misconduct involving officers, the Pentagon said on Thursday.

Kansas court says sperm donor must pay child support

A Kansas sperm donor caught in the middle of a child support case says he wanted to help a lesbian couple when he made the donation nearly five years ago. Instead, he may end up paying for his action.

Mysterious photo found in dog's collar

When animal control officers were called to a Greenville, South Carolina, neighborhood to pick up a wandering pit bull on a cold Monday in December, they didn't expect a mystery to unfold.

Justin Bieber arrested on drunken driving, resisting arrest charges

Justin Bieber was charged with drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license after police saw the pop star street racing Thursday morning, Miami Beach police said.

Privacy Board: NSA telephone records program illegal

The National Security Agency program that collects data on nearly every U.S. phone call isn't legal, a privacy review board said Thursday in a newly released report.

Bus riders subdue attacker, help avert collision; 24 injured

 A Greyhound passenger attacked the driver on a moving bus early Thursday in Arizona, police said, causing an accident that injured 24 people.

U.S. security contractor accused of 'dumping' background checks

U.S. prosecutors have filed charges against a security company, accusing it of faking completed background checks to bilk the government of millions of dollars.