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Futurisitc drive: Step inside a 3D printed car

It seats two people, has a sleek retractable roof and runs on electric power.

Free pregnancy tests to be placed in Alaska bars

Experts are always looking for creative ways to increase awareness about public health problems. A new idea from the University of Alaska Anchorage has definitely caught some people's attention.

Israeli president to Obama: 'I wonder if it's possible' to keep Iraq together

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After more than six decades of public service, Israeli President Shimon Peres paid his last official visit to the White House on Wednesday. The Israeli leader discussed with President Barack Obama the wavering stability in th

Downpour ahead of U.S., Germany match could delay game

It's raining hard Thursday in Recife, Brazil, where the U.S. is set to face off against Germany in a crucial World Cup game. Main roads are turning into rivers and the downpour hasn't let up for nearly 12 hours.

Louisiana family in mourning after finding cat cut in half

It's a crime that's hard to believe and it happened right here in our own backyard. A family pet, intentionally killed, and it's gruesome.

Supreme Court: Police need warrant to search cellphones

The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously ruled that police may not search the cell phones of criminal suspects upon arrest without a warrant -- a sweeping endorsement for privacy rights.

Eli Wallach of 'Magnificent Seven,' 'Good, Bad and Ugly' dies at 98

Eli Wallach, whose long acting career included performances in "The Magnificent Seven," "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," "The Godfather Part III" and "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," has died.

Supreme Court: Police need warrant to search cell phones

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously ruled that police may not search the cell phones of criminal suspects upon arrest without a warrant -- a sweeping endorsement for privacy rights. By a 9-0 vote, the justices said sma

Boehner considering lawsuit against Obama over executive orders

House Speaker John Boehner is weighing whether to sue President Barack Obama over his use of executive action.

Father charged in Georgia toddler hot car death

It sounded like a tragic accident. A young father in suburban Atlanta said he was horrified to discover after leaving work last week that he had left his toddler strapped into his car seat on a day of sweltering heat.