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Martin House recognizes Child Abuse Prevention Month

More than 3 million reports of child abuse will be filed this year, according to Childhelp. They estimate 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 4 boys will be abused in some way before the age of 18.

Report: Teens getting drunk on hand sanitizer

UNDATED — A half dozen teenagers in Southern California had to be taken to emergency rooms in the past few months over hand sanitizer.

Gingrich to end White House bid

WASHINGTON — Newt Gingrich will officially end his bid for the Republican presidential nomination and formally express his support for Mitt Romney next week, two sources close to Gingrich tell CNN.

Report: Gingrich considers suspending campaign

Newt Gingrich is preparing Tuesday night to reassess his presidential prospects and that includes considering suspending his campaign, CNN has learned.

Trustees: medicare funding to run out by 2024

Highlighting the fiscal problems posed by growing health costs and an aging population, the trustees of the nation's main entitlement programs estimated Monday that Medicare will only be able to pay a portion of its expected costs starting

Computer virus threatens online access this summer

UNDATED — Tens or even hundreds of thousands of computer users could be unable to get online this summer.

Justices to hear Arizona's appeal over controversial immigration law

PHOENIX -- The Supreme Court is poised to decide whether Arizona can enforce its controversial immigration law over the strong objections of the Obama administration. Oral arguments will be held Wednesday.

Obama pushes to keep low student loan rates

WASHINGTON -- President Obama will use his bully pulpit to urge lawmakers to prevent a doubling of interest rates on federally subsidized student loans.

Report: Guns growing economy

When it comes to growing the national economy, firearms are making a big boom.

Accidental death rate for children lowers

WACO -- In the United States one child dies every hour from an unintentional injury but according to the Centers for Disease Control that rate is decreasing.