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JFK assassination: Some enduring conspiracy theories
Over the years, more than 200 people and three dozen groups have been accused of being involved in Kennedy's assassination, author Vincent Bugliosi recently told CNN. So it’s understandable that conspiracy theories of all degrees of plausibility have gained — and lost — popularity in that time.
Why are shoplifters flocking to this one Wal-Mart?
The Denver Post had an interesting story this week about a Denver-area Wal-Mart that appears to be the city's the most shoplifter-friendly store, reporting 283 shoplifting incidents over the past year.
How to survive cooking for a large group at Thanksgiving
This Turkey Day, leave the stress behind with some helpful tips and resources for pulling off dinner for a crowd.
Should we lower the age of consent to protect teen?
Concern over running afoul of the law prevents sexually active teenagers from seeking help from adults when they need it, Ashton said.
VIDEO: Photos of napping buddies go viral
A California woman's photos of her 23-month-old son napping with the family's new puppy have gone viral.
After Bieber's visit, fight over graffiti in Colombia
Mauricio Rodriguez says he and fellow graffiti artists always knew what could happen to them when they spray-painted on buildings in this bustling city: beatings by the police, nights in jail, paint cans confiscated. But then Justin Bieber came to town.
VIDEO: Tornadoes, damaging storms sweep through Midwest
At least 5 are dead as severe weather causes extensive damage in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
VIDEO: World's oldest animal, 507-year-old clam, discovered and killed
Researchers at Bangor University accidentally killed the world's oldest creature, Ming, a deep ocean clam believed to be 507 years old when they were trying to figure out how old it was.
VIDEO: 'Batkid' arrives in San Francisco to fulfill wish
San Francisco is transforming into Gotham City with the help of 13,000 volunteers to help one little boy's wish come true.
How does a Secret Service agent manage to leave behind a bullet in a hotel room?
The latest Secret Service scandal has raised an unusual question: How does an agent manage to leave a stray bullet behind?
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