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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.

7 things mom didn't tell us about going gray

Our mothers and the women we look up to offer our first lessons in beauty and personal maintenance.

"Law and Order" star talks "America's Diabetes Challenge"

"Law and Order" star S. Epatha Merkerson joins Robert and Rachel live via satellite to talk about "America's Diabetes Challenge".

House votes to hold former IRS official in contempt

Acting on a conservative battle cry and potentially triggering a court battle with the Obama administration, the Republican-led House voted Wednesday to hold former IRS official Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress for refusing to answer questio

After Sterling, here's how to achieve racial equity

I'm always grateful for a public discussion of racial discrimination, and I've had a lot to be thankful for lately.

8 amazing American caves

Far beneath our feet, amazing caverns yawn and twist. The heart of anyone who stumbles on one must race with the thrill of discovery as well as a terror of encountering creatures in the dark.

Can airplane seats keep the peace?

There is no shortage of adjectives one can apply to airline seats: uncomfortable, bulky, cramped, outdated and -- from an airline's point of view -- overpriced. It's no wonder then that many carriers are looking to make a change.

Miley Cyrus: I didn't overdose on drugs

Miley Cyrus may be well-known for some wild antics, but she insists taking drugs is not one of them.