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Train trestle fire west of New Orleans disrupts Amtrak

A train trestle fire west of New Orleans is disrupting Amtrak passenger train service

Gender Bias In Open-Source Coding May Be Tech's Latest Setback

Researchers looked at GitHub, a software repository, to see if there was proof of gender bias.

Teresa Giudice Dropped to a Size 2 After Healthy Prison Routine

Teresa Guidice is opening up about her life behind bars after serving nearly a year in a federal prison in Connecticut. The reality star stuck to a healthy diet and regular workout routine.

Top 10 Female Directors

Talented and creative, these are the women that really know how to put bums in seats. Welcome to MsMojo and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Female Directors.

Bottle of McDonald's Big Mac sauce sells for $95,000+ on eBay

McDonald's auctioned several bottle of their Big Mac sauce on eBay for charity. One of them sold for more than $95,000. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Man Stops Working And Doesn't Get Caught For Six Years

After his bosses found out, they leveled a $30,000 fine against him.

Severe Air Pollution Might Have Killed Millions Worldwide

New research suggests air pollution, both inside and outside the home, is the fourth leading contributor to deaths globally.

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New York Fashion Week: Siriano goes for knits

Christian Siriano brings the drama in bright yellows, reds and knits in a fall/winter collection inspired in part by the textile artist Sheila Hicks

Mickelson takes the lead at Pebble Beach

Phil Mickelson primed for another win at Pebble Beach, leads by 2 over Iwata

MLB to Debut Protective Headwear for Pitchers During Spring Training

Major League Baseball and the Players Association have collaborated on protective headwear for pitchers that will debut during spring training this year, according to an ESPN report Friday.

Noise harder on children than adults, hinders how they learn

From the cacophony of day care to the buzz of TV and electronic toys, noise is more distracting to a child's brain than an adult's_ and new research shows it can hinder how youngsters learn

Where did El Nino go? Heat, dry spell stoke drought worry

Ten days with record heat and no rain have Californians worrying about the drought again

January's Budget Surplus Anything To Cheer About?

Government touting $55 billion surplus as national debt, annual deficits soar.

1,000 pages of Clinton emails released; 84 classifications

The State Department has released more than 1,000 new pages of Hillary Clinton's emails

Greek farmers end blockade of central Athens in tax dispute

Greek farmers protesting planned tax hikes and pension changes have left a central Athens square where they had been camped out since Friday but vowed to keep protesting until the government listens

The Latest: Rail bridge fire out, Amtrak service disrupted

A train trestle fire west of New Orleans has been extinguished

Reality tempers optimism in coal country after court ruling

For the long-suffering communities that depend on coal, a recent Supreme Court ruling temporarily blocking greenhouse gas reductions was seen as a rare victory

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Has Died At 79

Reports cite federal officials that say he died in his sleep of natural causes.

Kelly Ripa Celebrates 15 Years Hosting 'Live,' Thanks Fans

Kelly Ripa celebrated a huge milestone today just ahead of Valentine's Day weekend! The TV host has been hosting LIVE for 15 years and so many people came out to celebrate!

Top 10 Hardest To Kill Movie Characters

They're not quite dead yet. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Hardest to Kill Movie Characters.

Global warming will make flights longer

Global warming will make some flights longer and considering flying contributes to global warming, we could have a run-away train on our hands. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

Kanye Vs. T-Swift: It's 2009 All Over Again

Kanye West's new track "Famous" is aimed at Taylor Swift, and she fired back, saying the lyrics have a "strong misogynistic message."

Congratulations To 2015's World Class Scholars!

For the past 14 years, Mediacom has awarded over one million dollars in scholarships to high school students. We are proud to present this year's scholarship winners.

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Protesters in Spain urge puppeteers' acquittal on charges

Protesters have marched through Spain's capital Madrid and the southern city of Granada calling for charges against two puppeteers jailed for allegedly praising terrorism to be dropped

Lloyd's late goal gives United States 1-0 win over Mexico

Carli Lloyd scores in 86th minute, US beats Mexico 1-0 to reach CONCACAF Olympic qualifying semifinals

Report: Preliminary Discussions Centered Around Kevin Love Deal Involved Carmelo Anthony

The Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly discussed a trade centered around Kevin Love that initially included New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, according to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News.

WHO reports rise of neurological disorder in Zika outbreak

The World Health Organization says the Guillain-Barre neurological disorder is on the rise in several Latin American countries that are also seeing an outbreak of the Zika virus