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You can order Girl Scout cookies online, but there's a catch

Girl Scout cookie fans can finally order their Samoas online, but it looks like the scouts could still learn a thing or two from Amazon. Customers can't just go to the Girl Scouts web site and click the buy button.

Tuskegee Airmen's deaths leave few to carry on 'legacy of inspiration'

The Tuskegee Airmen -- the proud, pioneering group of World War II African-American fighter pilots and service personnel -- lost two more members last week. Clarence Huntley Jr. and Joseph Shambrey both died in Los Angeles on January 5.

9-year-old boy arrested after allegedly stealing gum

Police in Idaho arrested a 9-year-old boy who failed to appear in court. His crime, they say?

Martin Luther King Jr.'s children return to court over his Bible and Nobel Prize

The children of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be in an Atlanta court Tuesday in the latest chapter of an ugly legal fight pitting the two brothers against their sister.

Vietnam vet loses clemency appeal in death penalty case

Georgia has denied clemency for Andrew Brannan, 66, a decorated Vietnam War veteran convicted of murdering a 22-year-old sheriff's deputy in 1998. Brannan's execution is scheduled for Tuesday evening.

From ring bearer and flower girl to husband and wife

Briggs Fussy doesn't remember much about walking down the aisle 20 years ago with the woman who would eventually become his wife.

Fans melt down over Cadbury Creme Egg change

The makers of Cadbury Creme Eggs are walking on eggshells with fans of the beloved Easter treat after a recent tweak in the recipe.

Mary Barra calls new Bolt a 'real game changer' for GM

General Motors unveiled two new plug-in cars at the Detroit Auto Show. One is the new, improved version of the Chevrolet Volt. The other is a small all-electric car called the Chevrolet Bolt.

Saudi Prince: Oil will never return to $100

The days of $100 oil prices may be gone forever. At least that's what Saudi Prince Alwaleed believes about oil, which plunged below $46 a barrel on Monday for the first time since March 2009.

Nine days later, bodies still litter bushes from Boko Haram's 'deadliest' massacre

KANO, Nigeria (CNN) -- The attackers sped into a Nigerian town with grenade launchers -- their gunfire and explosions shattering the early morning calm. As terrified residents scattered into bushes in Baga town and surrounding villages, the gunm