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Rihanna slams CBS for pulling song

After a dust-up last week, Rihanna says she doesn't want her performance of the song "Run This Town" to air on "Thursday Night Football" this week.

4 million fewer uninsured as Obamacare kicks in

The ranks of the uninsured plummeted in early 2014, as millions gained health insurance coverage through Obamacare, new government data released Tuesday found.

United Airlines flight attendants can get up to $100,000 to leave their job

United Airlines is about to make some of its flight attendants very happy on their way out the door.

Safety regulators share blame for GM recall failure

Federal safety regulators share the blame for the failure to recall General Motors cars with a flawed ignition recall tied to at least 19 deaths, according to Congressional investigators.

U.S. poverty rate drops for first time since 2006

There's not much good news for working Americans struggling to rebound from the recession, except perhaps this: the U.S. poverty rate is finally on the decline.

Man admits to eating ex-girlfriend's organs

In Indiana, a man is facing felony charges for the grisly murder of a woman. Court documents also show he admits to eating her organs.

Christians in eastern China scramble to save symbol of their faith

At a gray church on the outskirts of Wenzhou in eastern China, Christians from across the county keep a nervous watch.

IKEA recalls children’s swing due to fall hazard

KEA urges customers who have a GUNGGUNG children’s swing to immediately remove the swing from children and bring it back to any IKEA store for a full refund.

Radisson suspends Vikings sponsorship after Adrian Peterson reinstated

The Radisson hotel chain has suspended its sponsorship of the Minnesota Vikings in the wake of child abuse allegations against Adrian Peterson.

UPS plans huge boost in holiday hiring

UPS is going to make it a happy holiday for lots of people looking for work. The parcel delivery service plans to hire up to 95,000 seasonal employees this holiday season, nearly double last year's total of 55,000.