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Did Starbucks start a pumpkin boom?

 Pumpkins are having their moment in the sun.

Hackers stole $100 million of U.S. military and Xbox tech - FBI

 Federal officials have accused four men of hacking into computer networks of the U.S.

Source: U.S. Ebola patient didn't give travel history, hospital didn't ask

 It's a lapse that has Americans concerned and health officials asking how it could happen.

A mother refuses lifesaving cancer treatment so her daughter can live

A California mother made the ultimate sacrifice for her baby when she refused lifesaving treatment for cancer. You often hear mothers say they want to stop time when they have a baby.

'Get your head out of your apps' traffic signs

The Iowa department of transportation says looking at your phone, adjusting the radio, eating, and doing anything other than driving is like driving blind. So over the summer it began posting messages like these on Iowa roads.

Top 5 most ticketed cars in America

Subaru and Pontiac drivers, watch out! A new study by insurance.com reveals the Subaru WRX is the top ticketed car in America.

RI child dies from staph infection associated with enterovirus

The Rhode Island Department of Health has confirmed that a Rhode Island child died last week as a result of Staphylococcus aureus sepsis associated with enteroviral infection (EV-D68).

Woman wears hidden bra cam for breast cancer awareness

Smile, you're on candid bra camera? Yes, that's a hidden camera, not a button, out to catch people checking out her cleavage whether ordering coffee or just walking down the street.

Houston woman receives water bill for nearly $8,000

No one likes getting bills in the mail, but a Houston woman says she was shocked to get a water bill for nearly $8,000. She claims it's not her responsibility, but the city is saying pay up.

New airport scanner could make going through security a breeze

  Imagine if going through airport securi