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Pilots snoozed at 30,000 feet in cockpit of 300-passenger plane

Cruising at 30,000 feet, pilots snoozed in the cockpit of a 300-passenger airliner en route to Britain last August, UK aviation authorities told CNN on Thursday.

Food company recalls products due to possible Listeria outbreak

WASHINGTON (FOX 51) — A Wisconsin-based food company is issuing a voluntary recall on many different products due to a possible Listeria outbreak. The items include ready-to-eat salads, slaw and dip products sold under various brands.

10 things the U.S. does better than anywhere else

Even if it's not the land of opportunity it once was, the Big Mobility Scooter still has a lot going for it. In fact, there are at least 10 things by our count that you can't find as good anywhere else on earth.

AEG Live to get its last chance to argue in Michael Jackson wrongful death trial

Michael Jackson's last concert promoter has four hours Wednesday to convince a jury that it is not responsible for the pop icon's death.

Strong quake in Pakistan's Balochistan province kills more than 250 people

An earthquake in Pakistan, powerful enough to prompt the appearance of a small island off the coast, has killed more than 250 people, Pakistani officials said.

Questions linger after Nairobi mall attack

Some answers may be revealed in blood-stained halls or deep in the rubble of Nairobi's Westgate Mall. Others may never be known.

Wallet drop: World's least honest cities

 Four continents, 16 cities, 192 "lost" wallets. That's the basic formula for a recent sticky fingers experiment by Reader's Digest.

Stocks slide on government shutdown fears

The biggest threat to the 2013 rally may be Washington, D.C.

Official: Navy did not know that 2004 Alexis arrest involved gun

The Navy was unaware until after the killings at the Washington Navy Yard that gunman Aaron Alexis had been arrested in 2004 for shooting out the tires on a vehicle and claiming he had blacked out in anger, a senior Navy official told reporters

'Made in America' revival gathers pace

The 'Made in America' revival is gaining momentum with a majority of manufacturing executives now ready to consider pulling some production back from China.