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Mother wants 'Breaking Bad' figures removed from Toys R Us

 "Breaking Bad's" Walter White may have cleverly dodged authorities during his career as a drug kingpin, but his action figure hasn't dodged the wrath of a Florida mother.

Peyton Manning breaks touchdown record

 Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning set the NFL's all time passing touchdown record Sunday night in a game against the San Francisco 49ers.

Strike a pose: How the way you stand can make you more successful

Imagine your boss as a caveman. He's running across the Savannah -- chasing Palaeolithic game with a rock, wearing only a loincloth.

Facebook tells DEA: Stop impersonating users

Facebook has sent a letter to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration demanding that agents stop impersonating users on the social network.

Why this man created a Comic Sans typewriter

It's one of the most mocked fonts on the Internet, the target of numerous campaigns and websites that believe its "comical" design has no place in civilized society.

World's worst airport in 2014 is...

Good news for air travelers passing through Manila: the city's international airport isn't quite as bad as it used to be.

Woman arrested after becoming trapped in chimney

 A woman accused of illegally entering the Thousand Oaks home of a man she went on multiple dates with was arrested Sunday after firefighters used jackhammers to partially dismantle a brick chimney she had become trapped inside.

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

 Will markets calm down this week? Or will the gut-wrenching turbulence continue? Here are the four things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York:

Report: Michael Brown's blood found on Officer Darren Wilson's gun, car door

 Forensic tests have found the blood of Michael Brown on the gun, uniform and police cruiser belonging to Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot the unarmed teen two months ago in Ferguson, Missouri, The New York Times reported.

Ebola hysteria: An epic, epidemic overreaction

 This is getting ridiculous. While the threat of Ebola is very real in Africa, the paranoia it's generated in the United States is unreal.