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Stocks: Apple, Amazon, Netflix earnings on tap

A deluge of corporate earnings in the coming days will entice investors who were mauled last week by the U.S. stock market's worst performance in 2013.

China bird flu cases now at 102

The number of bird flu cases in China jumped Sunday to 102, including 20 deaths, the World Health Organization announced.

Boston suspects: Acquaintances wonder if one brother brainwashed the other

The first image the nation saw of the two brothers may serve as more than a pivotal clue to investigators in the Boston Marathon bombings. It is, perhaps, a snapshot of their relationship: One leads, the other follows.

Coast Guard suspends search for four fisherman today

The Coast Guard suspended their search for four missing fisherman off the Galveston coast at 12:30 p.m. today.

After Boston, some call for delaying immigration bill

Another senator raised concerns on Sunday about taking up the new bipartisan immigration reform bill following last week's terror attack in Boston.

Timeline: A look at Tamerlan Tsarnaev's past

Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, died early Friday after a gunfight with police. Investigators are looking into his past for clues about last week's terror attack.

Imam says he would not perform last rites for bombing suspect

Tamerlan Tsarnaev died early Friday, and according to the rules of Islam, he should have been buried by now. But his severely wounded body is still being held to determine a cause of death.

Ohio woman is told that she is too fat to tan in tanning bed

An Ohio woman was told that she was too fat to tan at a Norton tanning salon. Kelly McGrevey said she purchased a tanning package at Aloha Tanning in Norton on Monday after a quick tour of the salon.

North Korea diplomacy effort grows, but sides are still far apart

A week of critical diplomacy is set to begin in Washington, Beijing and Pyongyang. But the sides are so far apart, at least in public declarations, it is impossible to predict where any diplomatic efforts will lead.