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Charlie Hebdo editor says Mohammed cartoons 'defend the freedom of religion'

Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed "defend the freedom of religion," the magazine's top surviving editor, Gerard Biard, said in a television interview on Sunday.

As Keystone vote looms, it's crunch time for federal agencies to weigh in

With the Senate expected to vote soon on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline, the State Department is now giving eight federal agencies two weeks to weigh in on it.

The truth is still out there: Fox eyes 'X-Files' reboot

We may not have seen the last of FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

Rough seas: Stock volatility here to stay

Don't throw away that Dramamine yet. Investors have been battling rough seas on all fronts. Triple-digit moves for the Dow, up or down, are becoming the norm.

This $3,300 refrigerator has a Keurig coffee maker built in

High-end refrigerators have featured ice-makers and cold water taps for years. But GE thinks what's missing from your fridge is hot coffee.

Delaware shooting occurs near unoccupied Biden home

On Saturday night a vehicle drove near Vice President Joe Biden's residence in Delaware and fired multiple gun shots, but the vice president and his wife, Jill, were not home at the time, Secret Service spokesman Robert Hoback told CNN.

Driver pinned between 2 semi trucks tells of terrifying crash

On the foggy, icy Oregon interstate, Kaleb Whitby plowed into the back of a jackknifed semi truck, flipping his pickup over. Then the real horror came: the sight of another tractor-trailer zooming straight toward him.

Friend breaks news to cancer survivor: You're going to Disneyland!

Juniper and Violet are best friends who are both battling the same rare form of cancer. They also shared a dream to visit "the happiest place on Earth" -- Disneyland.

Please come home, beg mothers of 'brazen' teen couple

As police across the South search for a teenage couple on the run, the mothers of Dalton Hayes and Cheyenne Phillips are begging their children to come home.

Woman sees images of black males as sniper targets; one is her brother

You go for some target practice, look down the firing range and see at the other end that one of the targets is -- your brother, an old photo of him.