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New meat labels show born, raised, slaughtered locales

Next time you go to the grocery store to pick up steaks or some hamburger, you'll know where the cow it came from was born, raised and slaughtered, thanks to new labeling rules that became final Saturday.

Hotel rewards homeless man who finds, turns in wallet

Joel Hartman was homeless, hungry and dumpster diving for food when he came across what could have been an easy payday, a tourist's wallet with her identification and credit card.

Terrifying teen 'knockout' game assaults spreading

 A sick so-called game known as "knockout" -- where teens randomly sucker-punch strangers with the goal of knocking them unconscious with a single blow -- is catching the attention of law enforcement throughout the nation.

Children diagnosed with ADHD on the rise

The number of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is on the rise. That's according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control.

9 things everyone should know about the drug Molly

The drug called Molly isn't what most of its users think it is. If you Google "Molly," many articles say the drug is "pure" MDMA, the active ingredient in Ecstasy.

Obamacare signup delayed -- for 2015

After the many bumps, ruts and roadblocks the Affordable Care Act has run into, health officials in Washington have decided to delay open enrollment in Obamacare -- not this year, but a year down the road.

Wal-Mart workers question Thanksgiving pay

On Thanksgiving evening, as other American families tuck into turkey and say thanks, Barbara Gertz will be working at the Wal-Mart stock room in Aurora, Colorado.

Dealey Plaza in Dallas to go quiet at time Kennedy was shot

Bagpipers set the mood on a gray morning in Washington on Friday as President John F.

Obama approval rating sinks to new low in CNN poll

As President Barack Obama's approval rating hits another all-time low, a new national survey also indicates that Americans say the President has less power than congressional Republicans when it comes to shaping events over the next year.

Colorado theater massacre trial delayed

The trial of James Holmes, the gunman in the massacre at a Colorado theater last year, will no longer begin in February. Judge Carlos Samour vacated the trial date at a hearing Thursday.