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Stocks cautious after Tuesday's high

Markets are cautious this morning after Tuesday's gains as investors eye the latest jobs data and start to focus on Friday's much anticipated March unemployment report.

Justices strike down political donor limits

In another blow to federal election laws, the Supreme Court on Wednesday eliminated limits on the total amount people can donate to various political campaigns in a single election season.

Where is Bitcoin legal?

In most countries around the world, Bitcoin is neither illegal nor totally unregulated. It's somewhere in between.

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Official: Obamacare on track to meet original goal

After a surge of sign-ups on the last day for open enrollment, Obamacare is on track to hit the White House's original target of 7 million people signing up, a senior administration official said Tuesday.

Bill Clinton parodies wife's epic photo

In a photo posted from Bill Clinton's Twitter account just after midnight on Tuesday, the former President is sitting in a military airplane, reading some kind of device and sporting a pair of sunglasses. Look familiar?

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Washington landslide death toll rises to 27

The death toll in last month's massive landslide in rural Washington state has risen to 27, up three from the last count, the Snohomish County medical examiner's office said Tuesday.

MH370: Hopes dashed as orange objects turn out to be fishing equipment

Potential leads on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 keep coming. So do the setbacks and frustrations.

Rogers retiring from Congress, doesn't rule out 2016 presidential bid

Rep. Mike Rogers said Sunday that while he's calling it quits from Congress, he'll stay active in politics by hosting a new national radio program, which might even serve as a launchpad for a 2016 presidential run.