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In North Carolina, Obama to make move in 'year of action'

President Barack Obama travels to North Carolina Wednesday to announce another bid to revive America's manufacturing sector, a first step in his newly imposed "year of action" that avoids Congressional approval for measures to boo

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Police shoot suspect who used woman as human shield

This looks like video straight out of a movie, but it's not, it's real life hostage situation caught on camera. Here you see a man walking out of a Denver 7-Eleven on Monday morning using a woman as a shield.

'Sagging' now banned on NJ boardwalk

According to FOX29 in Philadelphia "sagging" has now been banned on the Wildwood Boardwalk in New Jersey.

POLICE: 2 injured, 1 arrested after NM middle school shooting

According to the Roswell Police Department in Roswell, New Mexico, a shooter has been apprehended after they opened fire at Berrendo Middle School.

Hillary Clinton's Iowa problem

In Iowa, the state that pulled the first block out of her wobbly Jenga-game of a presidential campaign six years ago, Hillary Clinton enjoys stratospheric approval ratings, well-heeled outside groups toiling on her behalf, and important politic

JPMorgan earns $5.3 billion despite legal woes

Is JPMorgan Chase finally putting its legal problems behind it? The bank earned $5.3 billion, or $1.30 per share, in the final three months of 2013. Revenue fell 1% to $24.1 billion.

3-D printing tries to find a home

The companies that make 3-D printers want a spot in your home. They're just not sure exactly why you need one of their futuristic devices yet.

Primary day in crucial House contest

Republican voters in a swing district in a purple state head to the polls Tuesday, to choose their party's nominee for a special election to fill a vacant House seat their party's held for decades.

'Negro' on form draws ire of prospective juror in New York

"Yes, I identify as black or African-American, but I am not a Negro," said a 25-year-old teacher from New York City.

North America's tallest hotel opens in midtown Manhattan

This is one hotel where getting stuck with a "city view" could be frustrating. A new midtown Marriott -- The Courtyard-Residence Inn Central Park -- is claiming the title of North America's tallest hotel.