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Atlanta police looking for suspect, motive in killings of homeless men

Atlanta police are calling the shootings "sinister" because whoever pulled the trigger wasn't expecting to gain from them monetarily. These were two homeless men, shot to death as they slept. And police aren't convinced the threat is over.

Cam Newton sidelined for Sunday's game after truck crash

The Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton does not appear to be at fault in a Charlotte, North Carolina, wreck, according to a police report released a few hours before the star quarterback was discharged from a hospital Wednesday. The driver of the car

28 Internet acronyms every parent should know

If you think you are tech savvy all because you know what "LOL" means, let me test your coolness. Any idea what "IWSN" stands for in Internet slang? It's a declarative statement: I want sex now.

Three yoga tips to stress less this holiday season

There's no escaping -- it's the season for stress! Whether you love them or dread them, the holidays tax our bodies and our minds.

NFL toughens policy addressing assault and domestic violence

 (CNN) -- NFL teams have unanimously endorsed a new personal conduct policy for all NFL employees after discussions that included experts on domes

The flying fungus: NASA's biodegradable drone that flies and dies

 (CNN) -- A bio-drone that dissolves after use leaving no trace it ever existed may sound like the stuff of a James Bond film, but NASA and a team

Can you see Cuba Gooding Jr. playing O.J. Simpson?

Playing a football player won Cuba Gooding Jr. an Oscar. Could playing another -- one who was the focus of "the trial of the century" -- win him further accolades? The actor has been cast as O.J.

David Letterman's last show announced, clearing way for Colbert

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Mark the date, David Letterman fans: May 20 will be his final edition of "The Late Show."

Is the doughnut fad over? Krispy Kreme sinks again

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Have Americans fallen out of love with doughnuts? Probably not. But they don't appear to be nearly as popular as they once were on Main Street ... and Wall Street.

Walgreens pulls swastika wrapping paper from shelves following complaint

A California woman was shocked to find what appeared to be swastikas on Hanukkah wrapping paper.