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Company makes soda in honor of deflate-gate

In the wake of the recent controversy over deflate-gate, there is a brew at a Connecticut soda company.

2 more ex-Vanderbilt football players facing charges in rape case

Two former Vanderbilt University football players are facing decades in prison after being convicted of raping an unconscious student in a dorm room, and now all eyes are focused on the two other suspects in the case.

Navy family surprised with home makeover

A family in Spring Valley moved back into their home Monday morning after winning a surprise home renovation contest.

Utah parents, fearing apocalypse, fatally drugged children, themselves, police say

The mysterious deaths of five Utah family members in their Springville home baffled authorities at first.

Wrongfully imprisoned man gets free trip to Super Bowl

When Ryan Ferguson and his dad travel this week to Glendale, Arizona, for the Super Bowl, it will be a bucket-list experience. And yet for them it will be so much more.

Congressman: Hillary Clinton agrees to testify to House's Benghazi panel

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has agreed to testify to the House's select committee investigating Benghazi, the panel's Democratic ranking member told CNN on Tuesday.

Prosecutors seek death penalty in case of suspected cop killer

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in the case of suspected cop killer Eric Frein.

Details about Joan Rivers' death emerge as lawsuit is filed

The estate of the late comedian Joan Rivers filed a lawsuit Monday in New York County Supreme Court detailing alleged missteps by the outpatient endoscopy facility and the physicians caring for Rivers during an August 28 procedure that the New

Obama: We need more drone regulations

One day after a drone crashed at the White House, President Barack Obama reiterated the need to regulate the industry as the recreational and commercial use of drones expands. "The drone that landed in the White House you buy in Radio Shack," Ob

Delta bans carry-on breast pump, apologizes later

Nursing mother Lauren Modeen has taken to Twitter to ask why Delta Air Lines forced her to check her breast pump. Modeen was boarding Delta Flight 2034 last week, traveling from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Minneapolis-St.