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Rare Psalm book sells for $14.2 million

NEW YORK (CNN) -- The world's most valuable book sold Tuesday for $14.16 million at Sotheby's in New York, according to the auction house. The rare Bay Psalm Book is the first book ever written and printed in what is now the United States.

X mark returns at site of JFK's assassination

The X sign has returned at the approximate location in Dallas where President John F.

Secrets from America's longest-married couple

John and Ann Betar were married on November 25, 1932, in the midst of the Great Depression, before World War II and the first animated full-length film, far before the invention of the PC or the popularity of television.

TED CRUZ: Supreme Court should strike down Obamacare requirements forcing violation of faith

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) Tuesday, released the following statement regarding the announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will review Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius and Sebelius v.

'Family Guy' shocker: Major character killed off

It's a shame what "Family Guy" has done to its dog. On Sunday's episode of the animated Fox series, the Griffin family pooch, Brian, was killed.

Supreme Court to take up Obamacare contraception case

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The high-stakes fight over implementing parts of the troubled healthcare reform law will move to the U.S.

As Obama makes turn to immigration, protests that he's not doing enough

SAN FRANCISCO (CNN) -- Seeking to move his domestic agenda away from the disappointments of health care reform, President Obama made another pitch for an immigration overhaul Monday, calling on lawmakers to restart an effort that stalled over the sum

Search in George Zimmerman case turns up weapons, ammunition

A recent search of the home of George Zimmerman's girlfriend uncovered five weapons, including an AR-15, and more than 100 rounds of ammunition, court documents filed Monday show. Zimmerman, acquitted in the death of Trayvon Martin this year, was

Migrants clash with U.S. Border Patrol agents at Mexican border

More than 100 people attempting to illegally cross into the United States from Mexico over the weekend threw rocks and bottles at U.S.

Stadium deaths: What's behind the fatal falls?

It happened again Sunday. A woman leaped from the third level of the Oakland Coliseum during the Raiders football game. She survived the 40 to 50-foot drop when a Marine vet who happened to be leaving the stadium shielded her fall with his body.