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Paris police issue second photo of Liberation newspaper shooting suspect

French police have released a second photo of the man suspected of shooting a photographer at the daily newspaper Liberation Monday, as their manhunt continues.

Spam spam spam or Monty Python reunion?

A series of cryptic tweets and a news conference announcement have sparked speculation that the five surviving members of British comedy troupe Monty Python may be about to reunite.

JFK assassination a collective memory for American children

As the 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible rolled down Elm Street in Dealey Plaza, three shots rang out in Dallas, their echoes lodging in the memories of America's youth for years to come.

Home workout videos help iReporter lose 200 pounds

Rebecca Privitera desperately wanted to lose the excess weight she had carried around her entire life. In 2010, she had the opportunity to do it when her employer organized a company weight loss challenge.

From auto shop to sacred space

The old Chevrolet paint and body shop was vacant -- 24,000 square feet of metal and concrete surrounded by a sea of asphalt. But when some members of Congregation Or Hadash saw it, they saw a home.

Why China wants to dominate Bitcoin

China is quietly positioning itself to dominate the brave new world of Bitcoin.

Long-term Pill use may double glaucoma risk

Women who used birth control pills for three years or more have twice the risk of developing glaucoma later in life, according to new research.

Holder seeks appeal of ruling allowing House contempt charges to proceed

Attorney General Eric Holder is seeking an appeal to a judge's ruling that allows the House of Representatives to proceed with contempt charges over the Justice Department program Operation Fast and Furious.

Louisiana Pastor shooter indicted and charged with manslaughter

The family of a slain pastor disagrees with a grand jury's decision to indict the alleged killer for manslaughter. The victim's family wants the convicted man to go on trial for murder.

Pelosi defends Obamacare claims, can't predict effect on Dems in midterms

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said Sunday neither she nor President Barack Obama misled the American people when they said, during the run-up to the passage of Obamacare, that people could keep their health insurance plans.