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DHS funding stalemate means shutdown likely

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is known as the deal-maker on Capitol Hill, but the current logjam over funding the Department of Homeland Security has everyone wondering if he can prevent a shutdown.

Emma Watson addresses Prince Harry dating rumors

Emma Watson took to Twitter on Sunday to quell rumors that she and Prince Harry are dating, reminding the world that marrying a prince is "not a prerequisite for being a Princess."

CBS staffers dispute Bill O'Reilly's 'war zone' story

Bill O'Reilly's account of a 1982 riot in Argentina is being sharply contradicted by seven other journalists who were his colleagues and were also there at the time.

Kirk Cameron sweeps the Razzies for 'Saving Christmas'

Kirk Cameron swept the 2014 Razzie Awards on Saturday, picking up the dubious honors of worst picture and actor for "Saving Christmas."

Upgrading from Windows 7 or 8? You'll love Windows 10

Are you a Windows 8 user? Still using Windows 7? Either way, you'll love Windows 10.

ISIS claims to behead 21 Peshmerga soldiers, releases video of them in cages

ISIS appears to be trumping its own brutality once again.

Men protest women's rights in Turkey... by wearing miniskirts

It's not unusual for men to join the fight for women's rights. But it is if they choose to wear miniskirts while they do it.

The risk of Scott Walker's safe politics

Scott Walker -- the Wisconsin governor who built a political brand around bold actions -- is now making a habit of staying away from hot topics entirely, from President Obama's faith to evolution, as he eyes a White House bid next year.

America Inc. warns of turbulence ahead

After an avalanche of earnings results in recent weeks, one thing is clear: Corporate America is worried about 2015. The red flags: many companies warned that oil prices and the strong U.S. dollar could hurt sales this year.

Workers at nation's largest oil refinery join growing strike

Workers at the nation's largest oil refinery have joined a strike that now includes more than 6,500 workers.