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Driverless cars coming to U.K. in 2017

For the first time, driverless cars will soon be making their way through the streets of the U.K. Slowly.

Fort Hood massacre site to be torn down

The building at Fort Hood, Texas, where Army Maj. Nidal Hasan massacred 13 people and injured 32 four years ago will be demolished, the military post said this week.

Police arrest 15-year-old girl accused of cyberbullying in Florida

Police in St. Petersburg, Florida, have arrested a 15-year-old girl who they say sent several hundred threatening texts to three other 15-year-old girls.

Celebs attend 'spiritual hero' Billy Graham's 95th birthday party

The Rev. Billy Graham took people to church, perhaps for the last time, as hundreds joined the iconic evangelist Thursday evening for his 95th birthday.

Feds boosting mental health access, treatment

In a move aimed at boosting mental health treatment, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Friday announced new rules that will put teeth in a 2008 mental health equity law.

ESPN analyst blasts pre-game National Anthem, American flag uniforms

On Wednesday's edition of ESPN's popular program, Around the Horn, former Dallas Morning News writer, Kevin Blackistone, let it be known how he felt about the Ame

Cadillac CTS named Motor Trend Car of the Year

The redesigned Cadillac CTS has been named Car of the Year by Motor Trend magazine, a top industry honor.

Airlines predict 25 million will travel in Thanksgiving holiday period

An estimated 25 million passengers will fly over the 12-day Thanksgiving travel period, peaking on Sunday, December 1, when 2.56 million are expected to fly, according to Airlines for America, an industry trade group.

Obamacare website's confusing prices

Browsing the Obamacare website to see how much health insurance coverage will cost in your area? The prices you see won't tell you the whole story.

FAA takes initial steps to introduce private drones in U.S. skies

The Federal Aviation Administration took the initial steps Thursday toward introducing privately operated unmanned aircraft into the heavily populated U.S.