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VIDEO: Man spills wife's beer during Cubs game, wife gets revenge

You never know where a home run ball will land. Sometimes you catch them and sometimes they hit you square in the face.

Legal Blood Alcohol limit may be lowered to .05

The National Transportation Safety Board has announced plans "to put the country on a course to eliminate alcohol-impaired driving crashes" by changing the legal drinking limit from .08 to .05.

Photo Shoots: Getting the Right Shot for a Real Estate Listing

For photo shoots, generally, a simple, straightforward approach works best.

Man killed by FBI agent knew Tsarnaevs, official says

A man fatally shot overnight by an FBI agent in Orlando was being investigated for a possible connection to the Boston bombings, a U.S. law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the Boston Marathon case told CNN.

Rescued Cleveland women 'happy and safe,' attorneys say

Three women who were rescued this month after allegedly being held captive in a Cleveland house for close to a decade "are happy and safe," and overwhelmed by the public's support, their attorneys said in a statement released Wedn

White House officials discussed IRS communications plans

White House press secretary Jay Carney acknowledged Tuesday that senior Obama administration officials discussed when and how Lois Lerner, an IRS official, should roll out news that the tax agency had improperly targeted political groups.

Mayor of tornado-ravaged town: New law needed to keep people safe

MOORE, Oklahoma (CNN) -- The mayor of tornado-ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, will push for a law requiring storm shelters or safe rooms in new housing projects, he told CNN Wednesday.

General suspended over adultery, assault allegations

The Army has suspended the top general at Fort Jackson in South Carolina, where most recruits go through basic training, following allegations of adultery and assault.

Jurors deliberate: Should Jodi Arias die?

A path of heartbreak, violence, lies and finally confessions has led Jodi Arias to where she is now -- at the mercy of jurors deciding whether or not she should live.

OK tornado categorized as EF5, winds of 200 MPH or greater

Damage assessments show that the tornado that struck central Oklahoma on Monday was an EF5, meaning it had winds of 200 mph or greater, for at least some of the time it was ravaging an area near Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service says.