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Paula Deen to host new TV show -- online

One year after her split with the Food Network, can Paula Deen reconnect with her fans online? She's going to try, with the new Paula Deen Network, a subscription Web site that will feature cooking shows, recipes and tools.

Stocks drop. Don't panic: 4 things to know

The weather on Wall Street is overcast today, and that seems to be the mood for investors. Stocks are in retreat Wednesday, but keep in mind that they have been surging lately. They can't go up every day.

Atlantic City's pleasant surprises

There's a standard Atlantic City itinerary: arrive at one of the many casinos along the Boardwalk, head straight for the card tables and slot machines, drink some complimentary cocktails and proceed to empty your wallet.

White House 'energetically' working on transferring Gitmo detainees

President Barack Obama's national security team is pushing forward on moving detainees held at Guantanamo Bay to other countries amid outrage in Congress at the recent transfer of five Taliban prisoners in exchange for captive Army Sgt.

Trucker in Tracy Morgan crash to appear in court amid sleep-deprivation reports

The driver of a truck that plowed into a bus carrying comedian Tracy Morgan will appear in court Wednesday amid accusations he had not slept for 24 hours before the crash.

Tennessee man accused of chopping up woman and eating her remains

It wasn't enough for Gregory Scott Hale to kill his victim, authorities say.

Ford creating a tomato-mobile

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Get ready for the tomato-mobile. Ford and Heinz are looking at ways to make car parts out of ketchup by-products, the automaker announced Tuesday.

Big upset: No. 2 House Republican Eric Cantor loses primary

(CNN) -- In what was described as a political "earthquake," the No. 2 Republican in the House, Eric Cantor, lost his primary on Tuesday to a college professor and political neophyte, CNN projects.

1 in 4 Americans are living with diabetes don't know

The number of Americans with diabetes continues to rise -- there are now more than 29 million adults living with the disease, according to the latest data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday.

Donald Sterling says NBA officials are 'bullies,' 'hypocrites,' 'monsters'

A defiant Donald Sterling calls the NBA "a band of hypocrites and bullies" in a written statement the long-time Los Angeles Clippers co-owner sent to the media through one of his lawyers.