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'Honeymooners' star Sheila MacRae dies

Actress Sheila MacRae, who portrayed Alice Kramden in a 1960s revival of "The Honeymoooners," has died. She was 92.

AT&T cuts prices again

Someone call Don King, because the gloves are coming off in the wireless price fight.

Sen. Paul says he's focused on making GOP bigger, not taking Cruz's approach

Fresh off his Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll win, Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday he's still contemplating a potential 2016 presidential run, but for now is focused on other issues, like suing President Obama.

Crist: Democrats 'ought to strengthen up' and support Obamacare

 Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who's looking to get his old job back - this time as a Democrat - argued Sunday that Democrats need to "strengthen up" and own Obamacare in this year's midterms.

2-year-old boy saves mom by calling friend on Facetime

A two year old is being hailed a hero fro saving his mother's life. But it wasn't a call to 911 that helped to save the day, the toddler tapped into his mother's i-Phone and used her Facetime app to contact help.

Sen. Rand Paul convincingly wins CPAC presidential straw poll

Sen. Rand Paul easily won the presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, giving the potential White House candidate an early boost with the Republican base ahead of the 2016 election.

Plane hits parachute

 A Cessna collided with a parachute at a small airport in Polk County, Florida, on Saturday. The plane took a nose-dive and the skydiver was thrown to the ground.

New York church to give away AR-15 semi-automatic rifle

An upstate New York church is giving new meaning to the biblical passage, "My peace I give unto you." In this case, it's a piece: an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.

2 million students missing out on college aid

Millions of college students are missing out on financial aid for college because they aren't even applying for it.

Gingrich pans Obama, cautions GOP to not be the 'anti' party

President Barack Obama took some flak for traveling to Florida for a getaway with his family amid the crisis in Ukraine. But Newt Gingrich jokingly told conservatives on Saturday not to worry: Obama can be ineffective no matter where he is.