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Jesse Jackson Jr. reports to prison, but where is he?

Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.

Obama admin. knew millions could not keep their health insurance

President Obama repeatedly assured Americans that after the Affordable Care Act became law, people who liked their health insurance would be able to keep it.

Scare yourself this Sleepy Hollow-een week and catch up on televisions spookiest hit, "Sleepy Hollow"

It’s SLEEPY HOLLOWeen Week and in homage to British time travelers, axe-wielding horsemen, witches in purgatory and skeptical police “lev-tenants” everywhere, FOX invites viewers to catch up or visit SLEEPY HOLLOW for the firs

USDA announces funds to provide broadband in unserved rural communities

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced 14 awards for projects to bring broadband to unserved rural communities. U.S.

Social Security overpays an estimated $1.3 billion; wants money returned

Americans dealing with injuries, mental illnesses and other impairments are being notified out of the blue that they've been overpaid by the Social Security Administration and now owe thousands of dollars.

Lou Reed, rock legend, dies at 71

Lou Reed, who took rock 'n' roll into dark corners as a songwriter, vocalist and guitarist for the Velvet Underground and as a solo artist, died Sunday, his publicist said. He was 71.

GOP senator: Sebelius the 'laughingstock of America'

It appears Republican Sen. John Barrasso is a loyal viewer of "Saturday Night Live."

Rogers to European allies: NSA keeps you 'safe'

The House Intelligence chief emphatically told CNN's Candy Crowley on Sunday that the NSA's foreign intelligence gathering operations keep allies "safe."

Baby formula sold in vending machines

Four chain pharmacies in Beijing started the trial operation to sell baby formula milk powder on Saturday at vending machine.

Brett Favre: Memory lapse 'put a little fear in me'

It can happen to anybody -- forgetting your glasses are on the top of your head, or not remembering a loved one's birthday after celebrating it for decades. Most of us simply laugh off these short memory lapses.