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Rand Paul: Nugent should apologize for 'offensive' words

Sen. Rand Paul says Ted Nugent owes President Barack Obama an apology.

Chris Christie: The $18 million man

It appears the controversies New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's dealing with back in the Garden State haven't affected his standing as one of the GOP's most potent fundraising rainmakers.

Hedge fund chief gives Harvard $150M for undergrad scholarships, aid

It's the largest gift in the nearly 400-year history of Harvard College, a nine-figure sum aimed at giving hundreds of students who win admission "against long odds" the means to attend.

Faith healing couple sentenced in baby's death for failing to get medical help

A Philadelphia judge sentenced a faith healing couple to up to seven years in state prison Wednesday for failing to seek medical care for their 7-month-old son, who died last year.

No mechanical problems in UPS plane crash, NTSB says

Investigators have found no mechanical problem that would have led to August's deadly crash of a UPS cargo plane in Birmingham, Alabama, a National Transportation Safety Board official testified Thursday at a hearing in Washington.

CeeLo Green leaving 'The Voice'

There is good news and bad news for CeeLo Green fans.

CSPC recalls LED flashlights for possible burn hazards

The CSPC has issued a recall for several LED flashlights that were sold at Academy Sports and Outdoor stores across the United States.

Turning Sochi medals into money

Winter Olympians are often overlooked and underpaid compared to other athletes, but a handful of Sochi stars could score sponsorship gold.

84-year-old nun sentenced to 35 months in prison

An 84-year-old nun was sentenced to 35 months in prison Tuesday for breaking into a nuclear facility, her lawyer said.