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FDA: Acetaminophen doses over 325 mg might lead to liver damage

You're in pain after surgery, and your doctor prescribes you Vicodin, or maybe Percocet. But when you get home, the pain hasn't subsided and you decide to pop some Extra Strength Tylenol.

State with highest minimum wage may hike it again

The governor of Washington is calling for an increase in the state's minimum wage, which is already the highest in the nation.

In North Carolina, Obama to make move in 'year of action'

President Barack Obama travels to North Carolina Wednesday to announce another bid to revive America's manufacturing sector, a first step in his newly imposed "year of action" that avoids Congressional approval for measures to boo

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Police shoot suspect who used woman as human shield

This looks like video straight out of a movie, but it's not, it's real life hostage situation caught on camera. Here you see a man walking out of a Denver 7-Eleven on Monday morning using a woman as a shield.

'Sagging' now banned on NJ boardwalk

According to FOX29 in Philadelphia "sagging" has now been banned on the Wildwood Boardwalk in New Jersey.

POLICE: 2 injured, 1 arrested after NM middle school shooting

According to the Roswell Police Department in Roswell, New Mexico, a shooter has been apprehended after they opened fire at Berrendo Middle School.

Hillary Clinton's Iowa problem

In Iowa, the state that pulled the first block out of her wobbly Jenga-game of a presidential campaign six years ago, Hillary Clinton enjoys stratospheric approval ratings, well-heeled outside groups toiling on her behalf, and important politic

JPMorgan earns $5.3 billion despite legal woes

Is JPMorgan Chase finally putting its legal problems behind it? The bank earned $5.3 billion, or $1.30 per share, in the final three months of 2013. Revenue fell 1% to $24.1 billion.

3-D printing tries to find a home

The companies that make 3-D printers want a spot in your home. They're just not sure exactly why you need one of their futuristic devices yet.

Primary day in crucial House contest

Republican voters in a swing district in a purple state head to the polls Tuesday, to choose their party's nominee for a special election to fill a vacant House seat their party's held for decades.