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David Letterman set to retire in 2015

Acording to CNN, longtime "The Late Show" host, David Letterman announced he is planning to retire in 2015. The decision was announced sduring a taping of "The Late Show" on Thursday afternoon.

Chris Christie: The $33 million man

It appears the George Washington Bridge controversy that New Jersey Gov.

Senate panel set to vote to declassify aspects of CIA report

The Senate Intelligence Committee is set to vote Thursday to declassify portions of a report on the CIA's post-9/11 controversial detention and interrogation program, which U.S.

World Autism Awareness Day

Today marks World Autism Awareness Day.

Washington landslide death toll rises to 29

The death toll in last month's massive landslide in rural Washington state has risen to 29, Snohomish County medical examiner's office representative Kelly Stowe said Wednesday. That count is up one from the previous day.

Stocks cautious after Tuesday's high

Markets are cautious this morning after Tuesday's gains as investors eye the latest jobs data and start to focus on Friday's much anticipated March unemployment report.

Justices strike down political donor limits

In another blow to federal election laws, the Supreme Court on Wednesday eliminated limits on the total amount people can donate to various political campaigns in a single election season.

Where is Bitcoin legal?

In most countries around the world, Bitcoin is neither illegal nor totally unregulated. It's somewhere in between.

The Internet's best April Fools gags

A new digital map helps you find the Pokemon among us.

Official: Obamacare on track to meet original goal

After a surge of sign-ups on the last day for open enrollment, Obamacare is on track to hit the White House's original target of 7 million people signing up, a senior administration official said Tuesday.