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Israel: Missile test-fired in Mediterranean

Israel and the United States test-fired an "experimental" missile Tuesday morning in the Mediterranean Sea, the Israel Defense Ministry said.

David Frost, veteran British broadcaster, dies at 74

Veteran British broadcaster David Frost, best known for his series of interviews with disgraced U.S. President Richard Nixon, has died. He was 74.

World stocks rally on upbeat economic reports

World stock markets started September with a bang after upbeat economic reports in Europe and China buoyed investor confidence on Monday.

What makes an image unforgettable?

"Lee Harvey Oswald shot" "Man vs. tanks in Tiananmen Square" "VJ Day in Times Square"

Wal-Mart slashes iPhone 5 and iPad prices

IPhone discounts are typical this time of year, but Wal-Mart's will be tough to beat.

Fantasy football is big business

You may think fantasy football is good for sparking trash talk with co-workers, but for a growing number of companies, it's also good business. Really good business. Fantasy has become reality for millions of sports fans.

Members of Congress split over Syria decision

Lawmakers were divided Sunday on whether to support President Barack Obama's call for military action in Syria.

Electric Zoo music festival canceled after two deaths blamed on drugs

The third and final day of New York City's Electric Zoo music festival was canceled Sunday after two concert-goers died and at least four others were hospitalized due to drug-related causes, according to Sgt.

Baby shot, killed, babysitter injured

A large crowd gathered in Central City Friday night to mourn the murder of Londyn Samuels. The 1-year-old New Orleans girl was shot and killed in the care of her baby-sitter.

Kerry: Sarin gas used in Syria

 Blood and hair samples from eastern Damascus, Syria, have "tested positive for signatures of sarin" gas, Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday, arguing that with "each day that goes by, this case is even stronger."