Did pictures of Homeland Security vehicles near Ferguson get man fired?

A Navy veteran in Missouri said he was fired from his job and called a terrorist for posting pictures to Facebook of Homeland Security vehicles massing near Ferguson.

Driver, 18, survives wreck that split car in half

 PEORIA, AZ (KTVK) -- A young man was able to walk away from a wreck that split his car in half.

Stevie Wonder keyed up for Landrieu fundraising event

 Music icon Stevie Wonder will headline a fundraiser in New Orleans early next month for longtime friend and supporter, Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu.

Why gendercide is the real 'war on women'

 Few issues divide people more sharply than abortion. So it is great news when recently lawmakers across the political aisle in Britain voted 181 to 1 to ban sex-selective abortion.

Hackers attacked the U.S. energy grid 79 times this year

The nation's energy grid is constantly under attack by hackers.

Can cell phones stop police brutality?

 Millions of people have now seen the video. Eric Garner, standing on a sidewalk, asks the NYPD officers surrounding him, "What did I do? What did I do?"

Curb klutziness with yoga

 Do you trip over your own feet? Bump into things? Break nails and jam fingers by overreaching?

OKCupid expands options for gender and sexual orientation

 Do you identify as androgynous, asexual or intersexual? If so, OKCupid has you covered.

5 things to know about income inequality

The top 1% is still doing better than everyone else. Between 1979 and 2011, Americans at the top of the income scale saw their incomes grow 200%, while incomes for those further down rose between 40% and 67%.

GM recall victims get another month to seek money

 Potential victims of the massive General Motors recall over faulty ignition switches will have an extra month to file claims seeking compensation.