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Holder may face contempt vote if documents not surrendered

The House Oversight Committee could proceed Wednesday in considering a contempt measure against U.S.

Spotify launches iPhone streaming radio

Spotify's playing a new tune. The online music service on Monday announced the addition of a free radio feature to its iPhone and iPad apps, allowing U.S. users access to an unlimited amount of ad-sponsored music on the go.

Obama pushes two new ads against Romney

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign blasted Republican rival Mitt Romney in two new TV spots released Wednesday.

Man tries making meth in housewares aisle at Walmart

When a man being watched on surveillance cameras began shaking a salt shaker in a local Walmart housewares aisle, security guards' worries became reality. Mentor police were called and the suspicions were confirmed.

RNC calls 'frivolous' lawsuit by Ron Paul supporters

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Republican National Committee is brushing off a lawsuit against the party by Ron Paul supporters as "frivolous" but it is nonetheless coordinating a "joint defense" effort to fight the legal challenge

Asians surpass Latinos among new arrivals to America

The immigration debate often centers on stemming the flow of people entering the United States illegally and what to do about securing borders to the south.

Romney credits governors with states' success

In state after battleground state this week, Mitt Romney has made the case that he, not President Barack Obama, is best-equipped to turn around the economy.

More wind and heat could hamper Colorado wildfire fight

Forecasters are expecting warmer than normal temperatures and gusty winds Tuesday in a northern Colorado area already ravaged by a wildfire, not a good combination for the legion of firefighters trying to extinguish the blaze.

Dance club sparks controversy with 'straight bar' sign

A recent sign in front of Hype Ultra Dance Club in Massillon has caused quite a stir. The sign posted Friday read, "It's a straight bar. Under new management." It's a sign that made many people do a double-take.

Roger Clemens found not guilty on all counts

(CNN) -- Famed baseball pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty Monday of lying to Congress during an investigation of steroid use among major league players.