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4 training tips for new triathletes

It's hard to know where to begin when you start a new sport -- and in the case of triathlon, you're starting three.

Mila Kunis talks pregnancy, wants natural birth

Mila Kunis -- and her baby bump and engagement ring -- are out of hiding.

Is Beats a mistake for Apple? No diggity!

Apple is in talks to buy Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion, according to several news reports. But if the deal does actually happen, Apple soon may be singing Dr. Dre's "I Need A Doctor."

Sterling purportedly says jealously behind racist comments

In a yet another alleged Donald Sterling audio recording, the Los Angeles Clippers owner purportedly explains why he infamously told a woman not to bring black people to his games: He was jealous that she was with black men.

FBI investigating Cliven Bundy standoff and supporters, federal official says

The FBI is investigating the armed standoff on federal land between the U.S. government and Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his supporters, CNN has confirmed.

Should the Benham brothers have lost their HGTV show over their remarks?

The twin brothers who lost their HGTV show after a recording surfaced of one's anti-homosexuality views are surprisingly not upset at the network that fired them.

SOURCE: House GOP unlikely to bend to Democrats on Benghazi

House Republicans are unlikely to bend to Democratic demands for more equity in the structure of a select committee to investigate the Benghazi terror attack, a GOP source familiar with the matter told CNN.

Georgia elderly man decapitated, wife missing; police seek clues

The Georgia couple is described as "sweet as can be," and authorities are scrambling to unravel the mystery of how Russell Dermond, 88, was killed and then reportedly decapitated, and his 87-year-old wife disappeared.

Why so many C-sections have medical groups concerned

If you are pregnant, ask your doctor questions about their delivery habits long before you go into labor.

Best U.S. movie locations to visit

Nothing against L.A. studios, the Manhattan skyline, the Golden Gate Bridge and those tax-credit incentive states -- "Lights, Camera, Georgia!" -- that know how to reel in a big movie production.