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Gas prices down in '13, set to go lower in '14

 Drivers fueled up for the lowest price in three years during 2013, according to AAA, and even lower prices are expected in 2014.

MSNBC host apologizes after panel makes fun of Romney photo with black grandchild

An MSNBC host apologized Tuesday morning after she and panelists on her weekend program faced criticism for poking fun at a photo of Mitt Romney, his wife and their nearly two dozen grandchildren, zeroing in on the Romneys' recently adopted

The top 12 campaign questions of 2014

Voters head to the polls next November for midterm elections and there's a ton at stake: Possible shifts in control of the U.S. Senate and House and some very interesting gubernatorial races with potential national implications.

Target's latest holiday shopping problem

 Target has run into more holiday shopping trouble. The retailer confirmed on Tuesday that some customers are having problems using their Target gift cards at the cash register.

Experts debate beach photobomber: Shark or dolphin?

A shadowy figure in a wave near children swimming at a southern California beach has experts disagreeing.

SEC Network hires Tim Tebow

Former Florida quarterback and Heisman winner, Tim Tebow, has been hired as a college football analyst for the SEC Network launching in August 2014.

FAA picks 6 states for drone testing sites

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Monday announced that it will create a network of testing sites across the U.S. for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), better known as “drones."

Make a new kind of New Year's resolution

"Lose weight" is one of the top New Year's resolutions every year. You've probably made it once or twice yourself, and we commend you for accomplishing such an ambitious goal. Oh, you didn't?

Last chance to stream 'Titanic,' 'Top Gun' on Netflix

 If you're planning to stay home New Year's Day and stream classic movies on Netflix, you may be out of luck.

Second bombing hits Russia as Sochi Olympics near

Another suspected suicide bombing struck the southern Russian city of Volgograd on Monday, killing at least 14 people and further highlighting Russia's security challenges as it prepares to host the Winter Olympics in less than six weeks. The expl