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Going to a restaurant is supposed to be a relaxing experience. But for Katherine Dillinger, there was one thing that was guaranteed to stress her out: Seeing "Caesar salad" misspelled on the menu.

FBI investigates former Christie advisers in bridge scandal

The FBI has questioned people connected to Chris Christie's former campaign manager as part of a federal probe of a traffic scandal that has upended the New Jersey governor's administration, court papers show.

Candy store offers free Fat Tuesday fudge for 'fatties'

Can't a little Missouri candy store have a little fun? Fat chance.

U.S. to offer $1 billion in loan guarantees to Ukraine, officials say

The United States will provide Ukraine $1 billion in loan guarantees to help insulate the Ukrainian economy from the effects of reduced energy subsidies from Russia, senior Obama administration officials said.

Oscars 2014: Five things to know

The 86th Academy Awards are in the record books. Here are five things that struck us about Sunday's broadcast: 1. History for "12 Years a Slave."

A school's experiment: Cutting out the classroom

It was just after lunchtime, and 17 kindergartners huddled around a table marked with paint.

Panel: Obama's approach to Ukraine hurting public perception

President Barack Obama's handling of international conflicts with Russia has not helped his falling approval rating, as Americans wait to see how he will respond to Russia's military moves in the Crimea region of Ukraine.

NFL analyst Darren Sharper fired amid rape charges

Former NFL star Darren Sharper has been fired by the NFL Network, the channel's vice president of communications told CNN. Sharper had been suspended without pay after being accused of rape.

One dead, several injured in series of wrecks involving more than 100 vehicles

One person is dead in Denver after a series of wrecks involving more than 100 vehicles. "It happened so fast." "Cars were whipping up the snow."

Kerry rebukes Russia's 'incredible act of aggression' in move into Ukraine

Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday sharply denounced Russian President Vladimir Putin's "stunning, willful" actions in Crimea, characterizing the move as an "invasion" and saying "all options are on the table&q