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6 reasons why 2013 was a bad year for Obama

 How bad of a year was 2013 for President Barack Obama? The economy is strengthening as he starts to wind down America's longest war, but his poll numbers are the lowest since he took office almost five years ago.

Texas father receiving backlash after posting a video of his child running by his SUV

A Texas father is defending a home video showing his 4-year-old son running beside his SUV.

'Do-nothing' Congress? More like 'wasted-time'

Congress set off for a two-week recess Friday, flying out of Washington under a dark cloud: the "Do-nothing" label. But that term is too easy.

Target offering customers 10% off December 21-22 to make up for credit card debacle

Target stores are trying to make amends with its customers after it was announced, Thursday, there was unauthorized access to payment card data at its United States stores.

Debit vs. credit cards: Which is safer to swipe?

While the tens of millions of Target shoppers who had their credit and debit card information stolen likely won't be on the hook for any fraudulent transactions that may occur, debit card users could face much bigger headaches than credit c

Spoiler alert: Here's what life will be like in 2018

Five years from now, traffic will prevent itself. This is perhaps one of the best things we could have ever hoped for from The Future, proper noun.

On CNN: Five 'Extraordinary People' you have to meet

They're not rich and famous -- they're just regular people -- but that didn't stop them from being extraordinary.

LIST: Texas tops Forbes' most valuable college football programs list

Even though the Texas Longhorns' season wasn't one to brag about, they are still considered the most valuable college football program in the nation, according to a

Cornyn, Toomey introduce bill to end ‘Too Big To Fail’

U.S. Sens. John Cornyn (R-TX) and Pat Toomey (R-PA) today introduced the Taxpayer Protection and Responsible Resolution Act (TPRRA) to end taxpayer-funded bailouts for large financial institutions.

Over 40 million Target shoppers' credit cards hacked

As many as 40 million Target shoppers who hit stores in the three weeks after Thanksgiving had their credit and debit card information stolen.