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Second bombing hits Russia as Sochi Olympics near

Another suspected suicide bombing struck the southern Russian city of Volgograd on Monday, killing at least 14 people and further highlighting Russia's security challenges as it prepares to host the Winter Olympics in less than six weeks.

New Year, new laws: Obamacare, pot, guns and drones

Not everyone subscribes to a New Year's resolution, but Americans will be required to follow new laws in 2014.

Mother, accused of killing teen daughter, attempts to poison rest of family

Disturbing allegations shocked people living at an apartment complex in Casa Grande, Arizona. A woman is accused of killing her 13 year-old daughter and trying to kill her other three kids and her ex-husband, Steve Ryan reports.

Last chance to stream 'Titanic,' 'Top Gun' on Netflix

 If you're planning to stay home New Year's Day and stream classic movies on Netflix, you may be out of luck.

France's 75% 'millionaire tax' to become law

France's controversial "millionaire tax" is set to become law, allowing the government to levy a 75% tax on companies that pay salaries in excess of €1 million.

Netflix to purge more than 80 movies from streaming Wednesday

If you're planning to stay home New Year's Day and stream classic movies on Netflix, you may be out of luck.

When "life support" is really "death support"

Two young females, both brain dead without warning, remain on ventilators while their devastated families challenge the judgments of their hospitals.

Make a new kind of New Year's resolution

"Lose weight" is one of the top New Year's resolutions every year. You've probably made it once or twice yourself, and we commend you for accomplishing such an ambitious goal. Oh, you didn't?

Poll: Hillary Clinton, Obama, most admired

Talk about a streak. Hillary Clinton is the most admired woman among Americans for the 12th-straight year, according to a national poll released Monday by Gallup.

Man shot dead after bank robber convicted of threatening Obama in 2010

The man suspected of robbing banks and killing a police officer was convicted of threatening President Barack Obama in 2010, the Secret Service said Sunday.