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Study: 1 in 5 web users reports personal info theft

Personal data theft online is on the rise according to a recent survey from the Pew Research Center.

Oklahoma bans local minimum wage hikes

Oklahoma cities and towns are banned from raising the local minimum wage under a new state law.

GM reveals most powerful drop-top Corvette

 General Motors officially unveiled what the automaker is calling the fastest convertible car it has ever produced at the New York Auto Show Tuesday.

New York's hottest nightclub... for kids

The dance floor was thick with the smell of sweat and alcohol, and tattooed arms waved neon glow sticks through the dark as a remix of Miley Cyrus's "Wrecking Ball" filled the club.

Rescuers search dark, cold sea for survivors of shipwreck off South Korea

Military dive teams worked the dark, cold waters of the Yellow Sea on Wednesday night in a desperate effort to find nearly 300 people who remained missing after the ferry they were taking to a South Korean island resort sank with breathtaking s

Business savior or a sin? Jesus smokes weed in Seattle burger ad

The advertisement inevitably raised some eyebrows. Heck, it was intended to.

Post offices stay open for Tax Day

Today is the Federal tax deadline. Many wait for the last minute to file, which mean extra work for some. Post office workers, nationwide, will be working until midnight tonight--collecting your taxes!

"Hangry" spouses are more aggressive

You've heard the term "hangry", right? When you're so hungry you get angry. At least that's the findings of a new study that looks at couples.

Asia pollution impacting global weather patterns?

Air pollution in Asia could be changing weather patterns in the U.S.

Coast Guard seizes $110 million worth of cocaine

You're looking at the haul from two major drug busts in the Caribbean.