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Disgraced snowboarder speaks out

Almost immediately after winning the bronze medal in halfpipe, Scotty Lago left Vancouver because of his bronze medal. After a night of partying, pictures surfaced on TMZ of Lago and his medal in some compromising positions.

SeaWorld says whale grabbed ponytail, pulled trainer into tank

Whale shows at SeaWorld were canceled Thursday, and officials were re-evaluating safety procedures a day after a 12,000 pound killer whale grabbed a trainer's ponytail, dragged her under water and killed her in front of shocked onlookers at Shamu Sta

Prosecutor's will not file charges against former Cowboy Irvin

MIAMI - South Florida prosecutors say they won't file criminal charges against former Dallas Cowboys star Michael Irvin after investigating a woman's allegations that she was sexually assaulted by him.

'Explicit' category rumoured to be coming to App Store

Apple is thought to be considering introducing a new category to its App Store, as the row over 'overtly sexual' apps rumbles on. Several developers have reported seeing a new category appearing in the drop-down menus of iTunes Connect, the platfo

Banks apply pressure to keep fees rolling In

For many households trying to improve their finances, tossing out pitches from the bank has become almost automatic.

American Indian reservation reaping oil benefits

An oil boom on American Indian land has brought jobs, millions of dollars and hope to long-impoverished tribal members who have struggled for more than a century on the million-acre Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. In little more than a year, oil

Olbermann turns down invitation to Dallas Tea Party rally

At least one invited guest will not be coming to Saturday's Dallas Tea Party anniversary rally.

Olbermann turns down invitation to Dallas Tea Party rally

At least one invited guest will not be coming to Saturday's Dallas Tea Party anniversary rally.

Afghan government claims Taliban stronghold

MARJAH, Afghanistan – The Afghan government took official control of the southern Taliban stronghold of Marjah on Thursday, installing an administrator and raising the national flag while U.S.-led troops worked to root out final pockets of militants.

A deal sours, and the Hummer bites the dust

GM's efforts to sell its Hummer brand to a little-known Chinese company have fallen apart, the U.S. automaker announced Wednesday.