Stockholm riots spreading, youths burn down cultural center housed in 19th century building
Iran's Ahmadinejad says ally's disqualification from presidential race is act of 'oppression'
Boy Scouts to open two-day meeting in Texas to decide whether to allow openly gay Scouts
Pentagon wants $450 million for maintaining, upgrading Guantanamo prison
Conn. train service returning to normal after derailment
Friend says man charged in death of missing teen knew her; suspect heads to court appearance
A monster tornado that leveled Moore, Okla., killed at least 24 people.
How neighbors in Moore, Okla., made it through the worst case scenario
Photographers captured now iconic images of rescues and devastation.
Anthony Weiner launches NY mayoral bid, seeking to revive political career after tweet scandal
North Korea sends top official, Kim confidant to China in highest profile visit of year
Actress Drew Barrymore listed her home in the Santa Barbara, Calif. area for $7.5 million just a year after getting married to husband Will Kopelman. Barrymore reportedly bought the 6-bed home in June 2010 for $5.705 million, as first reported by the Real Estalker and Zillow. The secluded home has a separate guest house with two vintage refrigerators, plus citrus and avocado trees outdoors. Barrymore also owns another home in Calif. that she bought in 2002.
Even for those who don't lose a loved one after a tornado, the process to rebuild is "long" and "emotional," according to Tammy Cady, 59, who survived the tornado that hit Joplin, Mo. on May 22, 2011.
Airline miles are some of the most coveted credit-card rewards out there, but they're also among the least understood. And that's simply because they're hard to pin down: the value of your traditional mile is fickle, changing from one booking to the next, even if you swiped your card just as much as your normally would.
The Bible says Jacob's brother sold his birthright for a mess of stew. Today, warn financial watchdogs, America's pensioners are in danger of accepting what can sometimes be a comparably smelly deal: "Sell us your pension benefits," say advertisement, "and we'll give you one big lump sum now, up front."For somebody who's facing doctor bills or has missed a mortgage payment, a lump sum can be tempting. Partly for that reason, pensioners in growing numbers are accepting such offers, say financial regulators. But not all offers are legal, and some contain hidden costs.
One doctor explains how to enlist the surprising power of your mind to feel better—every day.
How to avoid twenty-first century health problems, from tablet neck to earbud-related hearing loss.
The silver memory box was the couple's only memento of their stillborn son.
If convicted murderer Jodi Arias is sentenced to death this month for killing her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, she will be the third woman on death row in Arizona, which has not executed a woman since 1930.
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