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Is there an Oscar curse?

Eddie Redmayne, congratulations! You've won an Oscar! Now you'd better watch out.

Early consumption may prevent peanut allergy, new study suggests

Parents who have children with food allergies know all too well about the headaches in keeping their lives "nut-free."

Bill Cosby facing litany of allegations

It seems every day brings another allegation that further dismantles Bill Cosby's image as the jovial, pudding-loving patriarch whose family-friendly brand of comedy tickled successive generations.

Bill Cosby facing litany of allegations

It seems every day brings another allegation that further dismantles Bill Cosby's image as the jovial, pudding-loving patriarch whose family-friendly brand of comedy tickled successive generations.

Dozens injured after train hits vehicle, derails in Southern California

A train struck a produce truck that had parked on the tracks between the Southern California cities of Oxnard and Camarillo on Tuesday morning, Oxnard police Sgt. Marc Amon said.

McConnell changes tactics in DHS fight

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced he is changing tactics in an attempt to break a stalemate with Democrats ahead of Friday's deadline when the Department of Homeland Security will run out of money, after taking his fourth fai

Georgia to execute its 1st female prisoner in 70 years

Not since Lena Baker, an African-American convicted of murder in Randolph County, has Georgia executed a woman. The state is scheduled to snap that 70-year streak on Wednesday.

Oscar ratings is lowest in 6 years

The Oscars gave out many awards on Sunday night, but best ratings was not one of them.

15 million workers still earn under $10 an hour

Many are saying "Hallelujah" and "finally" to news that Walmart is raising wages. Target and other major retailers are feeling pressure to do the same.

Obama pushes protections for retirement accounts

The White House says it wants greater protections for retirement investing.