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Sex surrogate's life becomes a movie
Like a lot of little girls who went to Catholic schools in the 1950s, Cheryl Cohen Greene had fleeting thoughts of becoming a nun.
Google says more countries asking for removal of web content
Google says government requests to remove content from its search results and other services rose 71 percent in the first half of the year, according to a new report.
VIDEO: Woman who drove on sidewalk holds 'Idiot' sign
A woman caught on camera driving on a sidewalk to pass a Cleveland school bus that was unloading children stood in the cold Tuesday at an intersection holding a sign warning people about idiots.
VIDEO: Kid steals $4K from parents for candy
A kid in Ukraine stole $4,000 dollars from under his parents' sofa and spent it on candy.
In N.J., Grey Goose vodka supply drying up post-Sandy
New Jerseyans with homes swamped and blacked out by Hurricane Sandy face another hardship: a cutoff of Cristal champagne, Grey Goose vodka and an herbal brew called Kamasutra, "the natural spirit of seduction."
Woman’s reputation hurt when wrong photo released in theft case
Three weeks ago, police released a bank surveillance photo of a woman with a “Believe” tattoo on her chest who appears to be making a withdrawal from an ATM using a stolen debit card.
The rise of the urban chicken
For those who have admired chickens from afar and have longed to raise them from day old baby chicks, backyard chicken farming is becoming a reality in big cities and rural communities across the country.
Black Thursday? Stores to open even earlier on Thanksgiving
At this rate, we may have to rename Thanksgiving "Black Thursday." Big-box retailers such as Wal-Mart, Toys R Us and Sears are opening their doors at 8 p.m. Thursday — just as Thanksgiving dinner tables are being cleared in many homes.
LIVE: Solar eclipse over the Great Barrier Reef
A live broadcast of the solar eclipse over Cairns and Great Barrier Reef, Australia, begins at 2:30 p.m. EST.
Fact check: Would tax hike on wealthy kill 700,000 jobs?
Rep. Pete Sessions claimed on Thursday that hundreds of thousands of people would lose their jobs if President Obama's proposed tax increase went into effect. What's the math behind this claim?
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