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Documents show first days of Obamacare rollout worse than initially realized

A stack of daily updates written by Obamacare contractors shows the October rollout hit more walls than previously known: In the first days, half of the calls to the phone center had problems, paper applications could not be processed and up to

The 'nuclear renaissance:' What went wrong?

For more than 30 years, Dan Dominguez helped operate the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station near San Diego. Now he's helping to button it up for good.

Missing Mississippi family found dead

Heartbroken and baffled. That's how friends and relatives of a Mississippi family described themselves the day authorities said they'd found the bodies of Atira Hill, Laterry Smith and Jaidon Hill, 7.

Oldest woman in New York City Marathon dies hours after crossing finish line

The oldest female contestant in the 2013 ING New York City Marathon died just hours after completing her 25th consecutive appearance at the race, her daughter says.

REPORT: President Obama denies saying 'If you like your health-care plan, you can keep it,' at least 29 times

According to Neil Munro, White House Correspondent for The Daily Caller, President Barack Obama has denied telling Ameri

Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc pleads guilty to mis branding and false claims for the drug Risperdal

On behalf of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S.

Banks offering mortgages with only 5% down payments

Good news for homebuyers who don't have a lot of cash on hand: Banks are offering loans with down payments of just 5%.

Debunking 4 Obamacare myths: Both sides get it wrong

For four years, we've witnessed a non-stop political brawl over Obamacare.

Iron Man suit, from the silver screen to the battlefield

A U.S. Special Operations soldier kicks in the door of a terrorist safe house. The bad guys open fire with AK-47s, but the bullets just bounce off the soldier as he fires back.

New Jersey mall gunman found dead hours after shooting

A gunman who opened fire at a New Jersey mall Monday night later holed up in a back room and shot himself in the head, authorities say. No one else was injured in the mall shooting.