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Bryant Gumbel has lung cancer

NEW YORK - Bryant Gumbel is being treated for lung cancer, the former Former Today show anchor revealed on Live! With Regis & Kelly Tuesday morning.

President Obama unveils jobs plan, no price tag

NEW YORK - Bryant Gumbel is being treated for lung cancer, the former Former Today show anchor revealed on Live! With Regis & Kelly Tuesday morning.

Danica heading to NASCAR

UNDATED - It’s easy to say Danica Patrick will fail in NASCAR, because odds are she will. That is why she deserves credit for trying.

Copenhagen climate summit: 1,200 limos and 140 private planes

COPENHAGEN - On a normal day, Majken Friss Jorgensen, managing director of Copenhagen's biggest limousine company, says her firm has twelve vehicles on the road.

New poll shows 'Tea Party' more popular than Republican Party

A new Rasmussen poll finds that the tea party movement's popularity is growing, so much so that it garners more support than the Republican party on a generic Congressional ballot.

Al Gore writes climate poem

In his almost 30 years of crusading against global warming, Al Gore has worn a variety of hats.

Senate to confront abortion in health care debate

WASHINGTON – Starting an eighth day of health care debate Monday, the top Senate Democrat said lawmakers are approaching the end game on the far-reaching legislation and fully expect to prevail on President Barack O

American Student Amanda Knox found guilty

PERUGIA, Italy — An Italian jury found American college student Amanda Knox guand guilty of murdering her British roommate sentenced her to 26 years.

Palin book signing in Fort Hood

KILLEEN - Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will stop in Fort Hood today to sign copies of her book "Going Rogue". The proceeds from her stop at Fort Hood will go to the victims and their families. She will be there from 7 p.m.

AT&T dead last in Consumer Reports wireless survey

Respondents in the annual survey hammered AT&T in just about every category, from voice service to the frequency of dropped calls. The big winner: AT&T's nemesis, Verizon Wireless.