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VIDEO: Pizza delivery woman's boyfriend arrested for her murder

A suspect is in custody in what police say was the abduction and death of a pizza delivery woman in Ohio. Police say the investigation began when the woman did not return to work after a delivery Thursday afternoon.

Target confirms PIN data was stolen in breach

Target confirmed Friday that debit card PIN data was stolen in its recent massive breach, reversing its earlier stance that the codes were not part of the hack.

Federal judge rules that the NSA bulk collection of data legal

The National Security Agency notched a much-needed win in court, after a series of setbacks over the legality and even the usefulness of its massive data collection program.

Delta glitch causes ultra-low fares

Some Delta customers scored a late Christmas present on Thursday.

Rediscovering love: My 6-year-old and her quadriplegic dad

Let me tell you about the amazing kid who lives in our house. She's 6 and she is the most hysterical, sarcastic, intelligent, funny, sweet, naïve, confident, strong, independent, considerate person I have ever met.

CDC: More states reporting widespread flu

The number of states reporting widespread seasonal flu activity jumped from four to 10 last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.

Anti-GOP ads: Not so 'Merry Christmas' for unemploye

The liberal nonprofit group Americans United for Change is using a new TV ad to accuse Republicans of ruining Christmas for the 1.3 million Americans whose unemployment benefits are about to stop.

Obama signs budget, defense bills in Hawaii

President Barack Obama signed into law Thursday a budget deal forged by Democrats and Republicans in Congress that puts off the risk of a government shutdown for two years while easing some automatic spending cuts.

Alabama lawmaker to propose legislation backing 'Duck Dynasty' star

The controversial comments about homosexuality made by "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson have come up in conversations across the country in the past two weeks and may make its way to the Alabama state legislature next month.

Senator wants refunds for delayed Christmas shipments

A U.S. senator from Connecticut is calling on major shipping companies to refund customers whose packages didn't arrive in time for Christmas as promised.