Four ways to tell if Affordable Care Act is working
We are now days into the health-care law's insurance expansion, which began at midnight on Jan. 1. And it is, alas, far too early to tell if the nation's new health-care reform is working.
VIDEO: First snowstorm of 2014 aims for Northeast
The first snowstorm of 2014 is heading for the northeast. The storm is expected to drop six inches or more of snow in New York and Southern New England on Thursday and Friday.
In technology, 2013 was a more amazing year than you think
If you go by the headlines, the iPhone 5S and Google Glass were the big technology stories of 2013, and Twitter's IPO was the event of the year. But look again, at the stories we missed. So much happened, in fact, that I believe we have set the stage for the transformation of entire industries.
Raw: Giant panda cub gets comfy in her new home
Taiwan-born giant panda cub "Yuan Zai" moves to her new home on December 24 in Taipei Zoo before making public debut on January 6, next year.
Tracking the thriving business of live Christmas trees
By now the more than 20 million live Christmas trees purchased across America are starting to dry and drop needles. But real trees, however short-lived, are big business, valued at $1.01 billion in 2012.
VIDEO: Secret Service investigating data breach at Target
The Secret Service is investigating a security breach at Target stores after a data hack left millions of customers potentially vulnerable to identity theft.
VIDEO: Phil Robertson suspended from 'Duck Dynasty' for anti-gay comments
Following his anti-gay comments, the "Duck Dynasty" patriarch has been put on "hiatus indefinitely."
VIDEO: Team creates ultimate Lego car
The first drivable Lego car is made of 500,000 individual pieces and only the tires and parts of the frame aren't made of the blocks.
VIDEO: Child of deaf parents shows the world how sign language is done
A post to YouTube goes viral, and now a Clearwater family is seeing how much the world loves a precocious little girl who did something special for her deaf parents.
VIDEO: Interpreter at Mandela memorial called a 'fake'
The head of the Deaf Federation of South Africa said the sign language interpreter on stage during Tuesday's memorial for Nelson Mandela was a fake.
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