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Supreme Court rules against Coca-Cola in juice dispute

A competitor of the Coca-Cola Company can bring a private lawsuit against the beverage giant over allegations of false advertising in a juice product, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

John Glenn undergoes successful heart surgery

The first American to orbit the Earth has undergone successful heart surgery.

John Glenn undergoes successful heart surgery

The first American to orbit the Earth has undergone successful heart surgery.

Celeb safety is big business at World Cup

Brazil is beefing up security for the World Cup, but corporate executives and wealthy soccer fans are sparing no expense when it comes to their safety.

41 things about Bush 41

George H.W. Bush, the nation's 41st president, turns 90 on Thursday. To mark the occasion, here are 41 things about Bush 41:

Bush to jump on his 90th birthday

Former President George H.W. Bush on Thursday will celebrate his 90th birthday by skydiving, according to his spokesman Jim McGrath. "He loves the adrenaline. He loves the jolt. He loves the thrill," McGrath told CNN.

Rick Perry compares homosexuality to alcoholism

A comparison between alcoholism and homosexuality by Texas Gov. Rick Perry is raising eyebrows.

Casey Kasem's daughter has the power, but will she use it?

The end is coming for radio and TV icon Casey Kasem. He's suffering from dementia and bedsores, and his body is shutting down at a hospital in Washington state, court documents say.

Are missing Irish children buried in 'graves'?

(CNN) -- As a little girl, Catherine Corless was always curious about the St. Mary's Mother and Baby Home in her hometown of Tuam, in County Galway, Ireland.

5 aftershocks from Cantor's stunning upset loss

 A day after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's almost unprecedented primary loss, his defeat is being felt far from his central Virginia congressional district.