YouTube Kids Upsets Advocacy Groups ... Again

Two children advocacy groups filed complaints against YouTube Kids for junk food ads.

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Better batteries to beat global warming: A race against time

CLIMATE COUNTDOWN: Experts amped up about better battery tech helping to limit global warming

19 people in 7 states ill in E. coli outbreak tied to Costco

E. coli outbreak linked to Costco chicken salad sickens 19 people in 7 states; 5 hospitalized

US stocks slip in early trading, following Europe lower

US stocks open modestly lower, following declines in Europe; price of oil climbs

What The Warriors' Streak Means For Their Finals Chances

The Golden State Warriors will look to set an NBA record with 16 straight season opening wins. But regular season records don't always mean titles.

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Trump's family joins him on South Carolina campaign

Donald Trump's wife, children campaign with him at a rally in South Carolina

Search ends for victims of Myanmar jade mining landslide

Police: Search for victims of Myanmar jade mining landslide called off

Amazon Pulls Nazi Imagery From NYC Subway After Backlash

Amazon Studios is pulling NYC subway ads after offending people by using Nazi and Imperial Japan insignia to promote a new show.

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APNewsBreak: Upbeat feds revising self-driving car position

APNewsBreak: Feds updating self-driving car policy guidance; goal is encouraging public use

GOP sets Senate push against health law, Planned Parenthood

Senate GOP push against Obama health law, Planned Parenthood highlights conservative rift

The Problems With The Sun's ISIS Sympathizer Statistics

Some are questioning the British newspaper's polling methods after The Sun suggested 19 percent of British Muslims sympathize with ISIS supporters.

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Juror rebels at NY Assembly speaker's trial

Juror rebels as deliberations start at ex NY Assembly speaker's trial; says she's criticized

The Latest: Suspect in Paris attacks appears in court

The Latest: Man who says he sheltered 2 Paris attackers appears before judge

Kentucky Joins Majority Of Country In Letting Felons Vote

Kentucky's governor has signed an executive order granting released felons the right to vote. Surprisingly, it's one of the last states to do so.

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HP's last earnings report shows decline

Hewlett-Packard's last earnings report shows challenges for its 2 spinoff companies

In responding to Paris attacks, only 4 of 302 died

In responding to Paris attacks, doctors say only 4 of 302 injured died; all but 1 under 40

Thanksgiving getaway 2015: Cheap gas but fears of terrorism

To grandmother's house: Thanksgiving getaway begins with gas prices low, terrorism fears high

How Syrian Refugees Get To The US

The Syrian refugees entering the U.S. navigate a long process with many obstacles. A refugee resettlement expert walks us through it.

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New Jersey's Chris Christie: Obama 'naive' on IS threat

NJ Gov. Christie brands Obama 'naive' on IS group threat, defends stance on Syrian refugees

Under Iraqi town, IS militants built network of tunnels

With sleeping quarters, ammo, medicines, complex of IS tunnels found under Iraqi town

Video Of Laquan McDonald Shooting Released By Chicago Police

Chicago authorities have made video of a police shooting publicly available. The officer involved is being charged with murder.

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Reusable rocket: In a first, booster returns safely to Earth

Reusable rocket: In a first, booster returns to Earth gently enough to be reused, company says

APNewsBreak: Emails reveal Coke's role in anti-obesity group

APNewsBreak: Emails reveal Coke's role in anti-obesity group; company says exec has retired

How Sean Connery Inspired Carly Simon's Solo Career

In her new book, Carly Simon claims that Sean Connery asked her and her sister Lucy to have a threesome in 1965, though he was married at the time.

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Obama recognizes 17 with nation's highest civilian award

Obama to honor 17, including Berra, Streisand, Spielberg, with nation's top civilian award

Stories of those who died in the Paris attacks

Stories of those who died in the Paris attacks