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Europe's politicians tackle unemployment

A grey day in Brussels provided an apt backdrop for addressing the bleak job prospects facing Europe's younger generations.

150th anniversary of Battle of Gettysburg provides a bigger story

"For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is the instant when it's still not yet two o'clock on that July afternoon in 1863."

Pennsylvania girl underwent two lung transplants, family reveals

Sarah Murnaghan, the 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl whose struggle for a life-saving lung transplant became a national issue, actually had to undergo two transplants days apart, her family revealed Friday.

Obama meets with Mandela's family in South Africa

U.S. President Barack Obama met Saturday with family members of ailing South African statesman Nelson Mandela and spoke by telephone with Mandela's wife as she maintains a vigil by his bedside.

In South Carolina, Paul seeks common ground among GOP

Making his political debut in the early presidential primary state of South Carolina, Sen.

Report: Google's making a video game console

Google is reportedly working on a video game console that would be powered by its Android operating system, potentially putting another huge tech player in an arena dominated by Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.

Colts' Lefeged arrested in Washington

Indianapolis Colts safety Joe Lefeged was arrested early Saturday in Washington on five charges, including carrying a firearm without a license, a DC Metro police spokesman told CNN.

Christians happier than atheists -- on Twitter

Christians tweet from the heart, atheists from the head, according to a new study.

Paula Deen's business partners vow to support her

Despite a constant drumbeat of big-name companies abandoning Paula Deen this week, a number of enterprises are keeping their partnerships and defending the cook.

150th anniversary of Battle of Gettysburg provides a bigger story

"For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is the instant when it's still not yet two o'clock on that July afternoon in 1863."