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How a military strike on Syria might unfold

The U.S. military could execute a strike against Syria very quickly, if it's ordered to, according to Pentagon sources.

National bacon day

While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.

Fired air marshal will get new hearing

A federal air marshal fired in 2006 for leaking information about air marshal travel cuts has won a victory before a federal court.

Tim Tebow released by New England Patriots, report says

Backup quarterback Tim Tebow was released by the New England Patriots Saturday, after failing to make the final roster for the new season, according to NFL.com.

Florida to exhume bodies buried at former boys school

 This weekend, Florida will begin digging into its tragic past as anthropologists start unearthing what they believe are the remains of dozens of children buried on the grounds of a former reform school.

So, what exactly are Obama's options on Syria?

As more than one pundit has noted, President Barack Obama now has three choices in Syria: Bad, worse, and horrible. At least the evidence is steadily stacking up to suggest that is the case.

Meet the robot chef who 'prints' cookies

Your cooking partner is a robot, your fridge can talk, and your plate is your own personal dietician. Oh, and for a laugh you occasionally have a cook-off with a famous holographic chef.

Fast food wage protests head south

Fast food workers in the south are joining the fight against low wages for the first time since the campaign began last fall.