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New documents show GM slow to act on recalls; CEO was aware of separate safety issue
At Al Sharpton summit, Obama warns right to vote in US faces biggest threat in half a century
AP Interview: Gay rights dominates UN conference, some fear language will condone gay marriage
Who runs a half-marathon by accident? Sylvia Burwell does.
JPMorgan's first-quarter profit falls as investment banking and mortgage revenue drops
NYC Mayor de Blasio says he now expects horse-drawn carriage ban by year's end
A West Hollywood esthetician found out he was the intended victim of an apparent murder-for-hire plot allegedly masterminded by a rival salon owner.
Two law enforcement agencies in Southern California are working together to find out whether separate “flash mob” robberies are connected.
Experts hired by UNC say data doesn't back claims of low athlete literacy levels there
Alaska ad proudly links Democratic Sen. Begich to 'Obamacare,' a rare move in 2014 elections
4 years after BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill, questions about cleanup workers' long-term health
New magnitude-6.6 quake shakes Nicaragua; hundreds of homes damaged from earlier quake
Houston woman who stabbed boyfriend to death with stiletto heel gets life in prison
Paul Ryan visits Iowa as GOP blocs sour on his budget plan, testing 2016 White House prospect
A man from Brooklyn, N.Y., is suing Equifax for causing him a financial headache for the last two years, allegedly because the credit reporting agency doesn't recognize his first name: God.
The family's adjusted gross income has dropped to $481,000 this year.
In which discussing Immanuel Kant is preferable to sentence completions.
Mikael Cho, 28, thought having a standing desk in the office would be the bee's knees, transforming his sedentary office job to support his active lifestyle. But despite the trendy stories of health and productivity benefits, after about three weeks, he kissed his standing desk goodbye.