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Hero Cat and Surfing Seal: 2014's Inspiring Viral Videos
From a big sister's wish to an expecting mom to a woman's best friend, 2014 has been a wonderful and heart-warming year of browsing.
Pakistan School Massacre
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More Than 140 Killed in Taliban Attack on School in Pakistan
Pakistan is in mourning after Taliban militants laid siege to a school in Peshawar for eight hours, massacring more than 130 children.
Sony Hackers Invoke 9/11 While Threatening Movie Theaters
The group claiming responsibility for the hack against Sony Pictures issued an ominous message, threatening movie theaters that show "The Interview."
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Will Jeb Bush's Announcement Impact 2016 Presidential Landscape?
Former Governor Jeb Bush, the son of 41 and brother of 43, announced Tuesday that he is exploring the possibility of running for president.
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Three Quarter Pounders Get the Boot in McDonald's Test Menu
With sales down almost 5 percent, McDonald's is experimenting with some menu changes at certain restaurants in six different states.
What Was the Most Googled Word of 2014?
The most searched for topics on Google in 2014 included Ebola, the missing Malaysia Airlines plane and the World Cup. But who took the top spot?
Suspect in Philadelphia Shooting Spree Found Dead
The manhunt for Bradley Stone, suspected of killing his ex-wife and several of her relatives, ended when officials found him dead near Philadelphia.
'Clifford the Big Red Dog' Author Norman Bridwell Dies at 86
Norman Bridwell's idea for "Clifford the Big Red Dog" was initially rejected by 15 publishers. Today, there are 126 million Clifford books in print.
High-Risk Patients Explore Alzheimer's Prevention at Young Age
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
With more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer's and no effective treatment options, some doctors say prevention is the new frontier.
Falling Price of Oil Sends Russia Into Economic Crisis
Nearly half of Russia's revenues come from oil and gas, and Moscow is still facing crippling sanctions over its actions in Crimea and Ukraine.
Sydney Hostage Standoff
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Victims of Sydney Hostage Siege Remembered as Heroes
Katrina Dawson, a mother of three, and Tori Johnson, the manager of the Lindt Cafe, were both killed while trying to protect the other hostages.
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Grim Reading: Google Reveals Top Search Terms of 2014
Google has revealed its top trending searches of 2014, and they serve as a reminder of how hard a year it's been for so many.
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Drum Roll, Please! Rock Hall of Fame Reveals Inductees
Artists become eligible for induction to The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25 years after the release of their first record.
Remembering Pioneers in Photography, Politics and Baseball Cards
Brian Williams says goodbye to Hollywood photographer Phil Stern, father of the modern baseball card Sy Berger, and political guru David Garth.
Former President Bush Makes Surprise Visit to 9/11 Museum
Former President George W. Bush made an unannounced visit to the 9/11 museum in New York on Sunday.
Michael Brown Shooting
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'Unity': Donations Pour Into Ferguson Library After Unrest
The Ferguson Public Library stayed open during the chaos following the grand jury decision in the death of Michael Brown.
Why More Adults Are Catching Childhood Diseases
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Many people assume that vaccines grant lifelong immunity, but illnesses like chicken pox, mumps and whooping cough can strike vaccinated adults.
Will the 2016 Ballot Include Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush?
Former Governor Jeb Bush and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continue to fuel speculation about a 2016 presidential bid.
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Sony Hackers Threaten to Leak 'Christmas Gift' of Data
As hackers threaten to release more data, award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin is slamming news outlets for "helping" disseminate stolen information.
Camille Cosby Breaks Her Silence on Allegations Against Husband
Camille Cosby, who has been relatively silent amid the controversy around her husband, has issued a statement defending Bill Cosby.
Manhunt Underway After Shooting Spree Leaves Six Dead
A manhunt is underway outside Philadelphia after police say 35-year-old Bradley William Stone went on a deadly shooting spree.
Sydney Hostage Standoff
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Sydney Hostage Crisis Ends in Death of Captor and Two Others
Heavily-armed police stormed the cafe where self-styled Muslim cleric Man Haron Monis held 17 hostages captive for more than 16 hours.
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Boy Raises $800K to Fight Friend's Rare Disease
The money is funding research at the University of Florida led by Dr. David Weinstein, who says a cure for the disease is on the horizon.
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