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Updated at 7:30 PM

My last resolution is  to explore, consider, hash out, and plan out for 2015 how  we as a family are doing with giving. Not giving of time but with monetary donations.  Afterall, one is born into this world with nothing materially and when one dies, it has famously been said, “You can’t take it with you!”

Posted at 6:00 PM

The gang-rape conviction of two former Vanderbilt University football players sends signals out in every direction.

Posted at 6:00 PM

When your "dead" cat shows up again FIVE days after it's been hit by a car and buried, who would you call first?

Updated at 5:28 PM

Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kassasbeh was captured in Syria last month, and ISIS has threatened to kill al-Kassasbeh as well as Japanese captive Kenji Goto if Jordan does not release Sajida al-Rishawi, a woman convicted of attempting a suicide attack in...

Updated at 4:49 PM

Missouri lawmakers and state elected officials likely will receive a pay increase after some state Senate Democrats successfully filibustered Wednesday, stalling efforts to block the raise.

Posted at 4:45 PM

For centuries, grand juries have held some of the criminal justice system's best-kept secrets. But their private process has come under extraordinary public scrutiny after recent decisions not to indict police officers in the deaths of unarmed men.

Posted at 6:05 PM

They committed the murder (or at least one of them did) -- but can they get away with it?That's what the remaining six episodes of

Updated at 4:24 PM

A new report warns that insurance companies — perhaps more than initially thought — may be charging the sickest patients extra for drugs under the federal health law to discourage them from choosing certain plans.

Updated at 3:27 PM

Many graduates enter the work force after earning their degrees. Life post-graduation for Air Force ROTC students, such as Cadet Colonel Ben Riemann, is different. Nearly all ROTC graduates wait for their next assignments, and in Riemann’s...

Posted at 3:15 PM

Boston bounced back quickly Wednesday from the Blizzard of 2015, with subways, buses and trains up and running again the morning after the storm buried a swath of New England in 2 to 3 feet of snow.

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