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Library book returned after 185 years

Someone's going to have a huge overdue fine. A book has been returned to the Centre College Library in Danville, Kentucky. That's 185 years after it was checked out.

Graham praises Obama administration; trip to Egypt still on

One of President Barack Obama's most vocal critics in the Senate said Sunday that he approves of how the administration is handling the recent terror threats.

Whirlwind wedding allows dying tot to be best man for his parents

For most couples, a wedding day is one of the most joyous days of their lives. But for one Pennsylvania couple, this day is bittersweet. You see, the couple's best man is dying. And he's only 2 years old.

Hit-and-run driver plows into Venice Beach Boardwalk; 1 dead, 11 hurt

It was two hours before sunset on a beautiful Saturday evening -- one of the busiest times of the week at the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

Michael Ansara, actor behind Klingon leader Kang, dies at 91

He struck an imposing figure as Kang, the villainous Klingon commander who struck fears in the hearts of the federation.

Feds charge ex-FBI agent in alleged bribery scheme

A bribery scheme has led to the arrests of a former FBI special agent in New York and two Connecticut men, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan said.

Russia flag stunt gets Bloodhound Gang band in trouble

An American rock band, Bloodhound Gang, is in trouble with the Russian authorities over a stunt which saw one of its band members stuff the Russian flag into his pants and pull it out from his backside.

Twitter updates abuse rules after UK backlash over threats

 Twitter responded Saturday to a backlash in the United Kingdom sparked by recent online threats against women by announcing it had revised its rules on abusive behavior.

Your TV might be watching you

Today's high-end televisions are almost all equipped with "smart" PC-like features, including Internet connectivity, apps, microphones and cameras.

Yankees' Rodriguez: Rich contract may be adding on to woes

Alex Rodriguez says his record contract makes him an attractive target for a baseball ban or suspension, and may play a major role in his current woes.