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Just a week after a shooting at a Colorado high school, police arrested two teens Friday on suspicion of plotting an attack on their school in the same state.
The Senate cleared the way on Friday for the confirmation of Janet Yellen as the next chairwoman of the Federal Reserve early next year.
Target Corp. is offering its 10 percent employee discount to shoppers this weekend following a massive breach of its customers’ credit and debit card information. Meanwhile, investigators believe that overseas hackers were responsible for the cyberattack that compromised up to 40 million payment cards.
Actor Tom Cruise on Friday dropped a $50 million defamation lawsuit against a German media company that published a report saying the Hollywood star had "abandoned" his daughter, Suri.
More than a million people have now managed to sign up for health insurance on the state and federal websites — more than 500,000 on the federal HealthCare.gov website so far this month alone, President Barack Obama said Friday.
Imagine a movie where astronauts are one failure away from abandoning the International Space Station, and have to deal with toxic chemicals during a spacewalk while facing the risk of drowning in their spacesuits. Oh, and it's just before Christmas.
You say the airlines’ Scrooge-like ways have you feeling about as flush as Bob Cratchit? Fear not and hie thee instead to San Francisco, where the Great Dickens Christmas Fair offers up the nearest thing to Victorian London this side of the Atlantic Ocean.