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2 football officials arrested during high school football game in LA

Two football officials were arrested during a high school game after they allegedly attempted to throw a police officer out of the game.

Why your face might appear in Google ads, and how to stop it

You're considering buying a new pair of tube socks. A quick Google search pulls up some sock ads and below one of them you see your pal Kimberly's face next to a four-star review she's left for Sal's Sock Emporium.

Why your face might appear in Google ads, and how to stop it

You're considering buying a new pair of tube socks. A quick Google search pulls up some sock ads and below one of them you see your pal Kimberly's face next to a four-star review she's left for Sal's Sock Emporium.

'MasterChef' runner-up Josh Marks loses 'battle of his life,' commits suicide

(CNN) -- "MasterChef" runner-up Joshua Marks was in "the battle of his life fighting mental illness" when he killed himself Friday, his family said Sunday. His family blames the lack of mental health treatment facilities and the easy access to gun

Shutdown Day 14: What you need to know

It's now been two weeks.

Death toll in India temple stampede rises to 112

The death toll in a weekend stampede outside a temple in central India has risen to 112, and more than 100 others are injured, authorities said. The stampede happened Sunday on a bridge over the Sindh River in Ratangarh, where pilgrims were headed

Malala to Obama: Drone strikes 'fueling terrorism'

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The "Bravest Girl in the World" has stood up to President Barack Obama. Malala Yousafzai, the 16-year-old shot by the Taliban for promoting girl's education in her native Pakistan, confronted Obama at the White House on Friday

Israel says it's found tunnel from Gaza

JERUSALEM (CNN) -- A tunnel from Gaza into Israel was discovered by the Israeli military last week, the Israel Defense Forces said Sunday.

Computer failure halts some food stamp payments

A computer failure halted the processing of food stamp purchases in parts of the country Saturday, a Xerox spokeswoman confirmed. A system shutdown began at 11 a.m. ET Saturday, spokeswoman Karen Arena said.

Congress cuts town despite no deal to end shutdown

And on the twelfth day, Congress rested. Despite the continuing government shutdown and the looming debt limit, many members of Congress headed out of town Saturday for the Columbus Day weekend.