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Radioshack declares bankruptcy

Nearly a century after it opened its first store and sent out its first catalog, RadioShack declared bankruptcy on Thursday.

Utah boy gets 3D-printed ear

Born without a complete ear, 4-year-old Tai Medina is also deaf on his right side.

Data of 80 million Anthem, Inc. customers compromised by hackers

America's second-largest health insurance company has become the latest target of huge hacking attack.

Washington State considers lower minimum wage for teens during summer, training

At a time when there's talk of raising the state's minimum wage, there is also a push at the state legislature to lower the minimum wage for teenagers in certain circumstances.

Pope Francis to address Congress in September

House Speaker John Boehner announced Thursday that Pope Francis has accepted his invitation to address a joint meeting of Congress, and will appear on Sept. 24.

Georgia barber gives bad kids embarrassing haircuts

A Georgia barber is offering a unique service to help misbehaving kids clean up their act. Russell Frederick is the co-owner of A-1 Kutz Salon in Snellville.

'Saved by the Bell' cast reunites on The Tonight Show

Who knew Jimmy Fallon went to Bayside High?

Feds probe deadly New York train crash

Federal investigators are picking through the twisted wreckage of Tuesday's fatal train crash near Valhalla, New York.

U.S. Aircraft carrier steams through rainbow

Navy photographer Ignacio Perez likes to shoot landscapes but never dreamed he'd shoot an amazing one on the deck of an aircraft carrier.

Single Colorado dad goes to beauty school for daughter

A former Navy technician with a shaved head has become the go-to hair stylist for his 2-year-old daughter. Single dad Greg Wickherst could barely contain Izzy's hair in a simple ponytail.

3 children left padlocked in filthy Washington home

A Lake Stevens, Washington couple was arrested Tuesday after their three children, ages 7, 3, and 11 months were found abandoned and living in deplorable conditions.

Measles outbreak exposes political rift over personal rights & public safety

Washington saw a rare moment of bipartisan agreement Tuesday as both Republicans and Democrats came together to call on parents to vaccinate their children against measles.

Commuter train collides with car, killing 6 in New York

At least six people are dead and 12 others injured after a New York City commuter train struck an SUV at a rail crossing north of New York City Tuesday.

House votes - again - to repeal Obamacare

The Republican-led House of Representatives passed legislation to roll back Obamacare on Tuesday, a measure that the Obama administration already vowed to veto.

College art project shuts down interstate in downtown Atlanta

Blaming a school project for an hours-long traffic jam sounds about as far-fetched as blaming a dog for eating your homework.