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Thailand: 1 dead, 129 injured in protest

BANGKOK, Thailand (CNN) -- Thailand's government rejected calls Thursday to delay elections following protests that left one police officer dead and more than 100 people injured, including 25 officers, police in Bangkok said. The unrest comes as d

Captive American Warren Weinstein feels abandoned and forgotten

[Breaking news alert, 10:41 a.m. ET] The State Department said it is "working hard to authenticate" the report of a video statement by Warren Weinstein, a U.S. government contractor kidnapped in Pakistan two years ago.

There yet? UPS, FedEx moving Christmas packages late

UPS has trucks up and running Thursday -- and hopes that holiday cheer may assuage the frustrations of angry customers. The shipping giant's backlog left some Americans with gifts missing from under the Christmas tree Wednesday. "We're terribly

McDonald's on employee resources site: Not lovin' it

It seems that McDonald's has finally realized how tone-deaf its internal employee resource website was. It has shut it down. The final straw? A tip on the site to employees to avoid McDonald's fare.

Top science and space stories of 2013

(CNN) -- It has been a thrilling year of discovery in many areas of science, but also a sobering time -- federal funding cuts threaten the future of innovation, and rising carbon dioxide levels foreshadow environmental and health challenges linked to

Price of stamps to go up 3 cents

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The price of a stamp is about to go up -- and more so than expected. A panel overseeing the U.S. Postal Service approved a three-cent hike from the current price of 46 cents.

25 apps you should download right now

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- If you got a new smartphone or tablet for Christmas, you might be feeling overwhelmed when you start poking around the app store. Sure, you know about Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pandora, Yelp, Google Maps and Netflix.

'Red Kettle' donations come up short this year

Donations to the Salvation Army through the "Red Kettle Campaign" were not as great as officials anticipated this year.

Central Texas city officials urge Christmas recycling

Today, many of you are busy tearing through layers of wrapping paper, boxes, and bags to get to your presents but, before you throw out that decorative paper, you should consider recycling.

Forfeiture funds assist Central Texas law enforcement agencies

McLennan County law enforcement agencies are reaping the fruits of their labor.