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New video of deadly Texas blast

Jeff Tobola had just wrapped up another work day and picked up his son in West, Texas, when he heard the city's fertilizer plant was on fire.

Why not check it out?

"I noticed I could see the flames," Tobola said. "I went like, yeah, that's a good sized...

287 still missing after S. Korean ferry sinks

With each passing minute, the possibility of survival diminishes.

But the families of nearly 300 passengers still missing from a sunken ferry boat have nothing to cling on to but hope.

It's been more than 24 hours since the ferry, which carried 475 pe...

Nearly 2 million homeowners no longer 'seriously' underwater

Surging home prices have helped nearly two million homeowners get back above water on their mortgages over the past year.

During the first quarter, 9.1 million, or 17%, of homeowners were seriously underwater on their home, meaning their debt exceede...

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Virtual Easter egg hunt

Easter egg hunts are a wonderful tradition that takes place around Easter. Try our virtual egg hunt game to see how many eggs you can find!

Ousted Yahoo exec gets $58 million golden parachute

Former chief operating officer Henrique de Castro left Yahoo with an severance package worth $58 million, according to a regulatory document filed Wednesday with the SEC.

The golden parachute is among the most generous in history, and especially notab...

The Chocolate Boutique Hotel

The Chocolate Boutique Hotel

Great Easter hotels for chocoholics

Easter is upon us and, like clockwork, hordes of brightly wrapped chocolate bunnies and eggs have begun their domination of supermarket aisles.

The transgender community: Invisible no more?

Simran Mahant's excitement is palpable ahead of heading to the nearby polling booth in a small village in northern India.

This is the first time that the 23-year-old transgender dancer will vote in the country's parliamentary election. With an offici...

Americans wary of futuristic science, tech

Americans are generally excited about the new technology they expect to see in their lifetimes. But when confronted with some advances that already appear possible -- from skies filled with drones to meat made in a lab -- they get nervous.

Those are t...

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