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Do consumers really want to see where their food comes from?

Ryan Goodman has been involved in agriculture all of his life, working on ranches across the country, as well as studying cattle nutrition and reproduction at the college levels.

12 of the world's most unusual cocktails

Today, August 19, the world's top bartenders will compete at the International Bartender's Association's World Cocktail Championship in Prague, shaking, stirring, pouring and flaring in their attempts to make 2013's best cocktai

Report: Samsung set to announce smartwatch

Samsung may be the latest company to enter the red-hot wrist-tech market. The South Korean company is planning to announce a new smartphone device that's worn on the wrist in September, according to a report from Bloomberg.

Is renters insurance worth it for college students?

With pricey tuition to pay and books to buy, renters insurance isn't exactly something that tops most college kid's list. But in some cases, that could be a big mistake.

Drawing cartoons empowers teen with mental disorders

On the surface, Zack Hix is like many 18-year-olds.

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak acquitted in one case

A Cairo criminal court acquitted former President Hosni Mubarak of one of the many cases for which he is detained, Egyptian state TV reported Monday.

Poll: You don't want U.S. aid dollars in Egypt

More than half of all Americans say the U.S. should cut off military aid to Egypt, according to a new poll.

New Jersey outlaws gay conversion therapy for minors

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- New Jersey became the second state to forbid gay conversion therapy for minors when Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation into law Monday banning the highly controversial practice.

President Obama meets with financial regulators Monday

President Barack Obama met Monday afternoon with "independent financial regulators" to discuss reforms to the banking industry and improvements in the housing market.

Andrea Sneiderman guilty of perjury, hindering apprehension of a criminal

A jury found Andrea Sneiderman, a Georgia widow charged in connection with her husband's 2010 murder, guilty Monday of nine of the 13 counts against her. Jurors had been deliberating the case since Thursday afternoon.