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Apple Watches for everybody at Buzzfeed

 Apparently, all those clicks over at Buzzfeed are paying off in more ways than one.

Sick girl gets 'lifetime' of Christmas cards

 By sheer volume, one might assume that letters for Santa Claus were accidentally rerouted to P.O. Box 162 in Fountain Green, Utah. But all the letters, notes and cards coming in are addressed to 6-year-old Addie Fausett.

Audio: Officials release 911 tapes in FSU shooting

Emergency calls detailed the frantic moments at Florida State University after a gunman started shooting last month.

Conan O'Brien & Sylvester Stallone's personal information exposed in Sony hack

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Hackers have exposed the Social Security numbers of Conan O'Brien, Sylvester Stallone, Rebel Wilson and 47,423 other p

Wedding ring found 55 years after fatal plane crash

A lumberjack who found a diamond ring while digging out a tree says he knew exactly who it belonged to, but there was just one problem, he had no idea how to find them. So, he spent the next two decades looking until he did.

Sit-ins, die-ins, blockades in American cities not just about Eric Garner

 (CNN) -- They're preparing the signs. Lining up the locations. Getting ready to shut down traffic once again.

Rolling Stone apologizes over account of UVA gang rape

Rolling Stone magazine apologized to readers Friday for a story it published chronicling one woman's account of a gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house and the school's failure to respond to that alleged assault.

Ratings snag for NBC's 'Peter Pan Live!'

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up was no match for the Von Trapp's.

Woman accused of faking cancer, collecting more than $18,000

A woman is being accused by her friends of collecting more than $18,000 for terminal cancer that she never had. Erin Talpey claimed to have terminal brain cancer with just months to live and asked people for help on Facebook.

Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul has a new app: Yo B*tch

AMC's "Breaking Bad" might be over -- but actor Aaron Paul hasn't gotten over his character. Or his Breaking Bad alter-ego Jesse Pinkman's famous catch words: "Yo" and "B*tch."