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The summer's brightest supermoon comes this August

The second installment of this summer's season of supermoons is happening Sunday.

U.S. airstrikes begin on ISIS militants in Iraq

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- [Breaking news update 8:58 a.m.] U.S. military aircraft have conducted a strike on ISIS artillery that had been used near Irbil, Iraq, Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm.

U.S. airstrikes begin on ISIS militants in Iraq

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- [Breaking news update 8:58 a.m.] U.S. military aircraft have conducted a strike on ISIS artillery that had been used near Irbil, Iraq, Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm.

Under Obamacare, some workers to be auto-enrolled in health plans

Newly hired employees who don't sign up for health insurance on the job could have it done for them. But this controversial health law provision, which could take effect as early as next year, is raising questions: Does automatic enrollment help

Subway installs touch screen drive-thru ordering

Boiling Springs, SC (WHNS) -- Ordering your sub just got faster at one Upstate Subway location for customers using the drive-thru. Subway displayed its touch screen ordering system at the Boiling Springs fast-food restaurant on Highway 9 on Thurs

Got medical debt? Your FICO credit score may go up

 If you have loads of medical debt in collections, you could see your credit score go up soon.

Louisiana councilman arrested for Moon Pie theft, abuse of power

John Givens, who represents District 5 on Baker, LA's City Council, turned himself in to Baker Police investigators at 7:30 Thursday morning.

Vibrio vulnificus: What is the summertime bacteria?

You've likely heard of a "flesh-eating bacteria" hitting Florida and other states this summer. While the bacteria are real, public health officials say the "flesh-eating" part is not.

Teacher shows up drunk, without pants at first day of school

A new school teacher is missing her first week on the job after police say she showed up drunk to school. Lorie Hill was arrested Monday, the first day back at school for teachers at Wagoner High School in Oklahoma.

You've been hacked! Here's what to do

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Russian criminals have stolen more than 1.2 billion Internet usernames and passwords, and the odds are decent that some of yours might be among them.