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How big butts have become big business

Kim Kardashian is boosting plastic surgeons' bottom lines.

Baby survived Oso landslide that killed 43 people

At just five months old, Duke Suddarth survived the unthinkable, wrapped in the arms of his mother, Amanda Skorjanc.

Giuliana Rancic apologizes for "weed" comment about Disney star

E! correspondent Giuliana Rancic is saying sorry, to Disney star Zendaya Coleman, over comments she made about her hair on Rancic's show "Fashion Police."

California family prays for relatives kidnapped by ISIS

Fears are growing by the hour about the fate of Assyrian Christians kidnapped by ISIS. A former resident of Modesto, California and members of his family are among those being held captive.

What does net neutrality mean for you?

On Thursday, the FCC is expected to approve new rules that -- depending on which side you believe -- either ensures a fair Internet or smothers it with unnecessary regulation.

Do you have a 'soft addiction'?

When you hear the word addiction drugs, alcohol, or even caffeine may come to mind, but there are other fixations people crave. Shopping, tanning, chewing ice, gambling, drinking soda and exercising are just a few of them.

28-year-old Memphis man charged with assaulting 92-year-old girlfriend

A May-December romance turned violent in Memphis this week when a 28-year-old man assaulted his 92-year-old girlfriend and roommate, police said.

Family wants answers after disabled boy is left on school bus for 4 hours

School District officials scrambled Tuesday to find out how a 10-year old disabled 4th grader with Down's syndrome was left behind on a Pleasanton, Texas school bus for four hours in 43-degree weather.

Weather threat postpones Georgia's first execution of a woman in 70 years

Not since Lena Baker, an African-American convicted of murder and pardoned decades later, has Georgia executed a woman.

FBI: 3 New York men tried to join ISIS

Three men living in New York City have been arrested and charged with conspiring to help ISIS. The FBI says two of the three were eager to conduct terrorist strikes in the United States.

Alaska still trying to define rules of legal pot consumption

Alaska's Alcoholic Beverage Control Board adopted an emergency regulation early Tuesday morning defining what a "public place" is in relation to marijuana consumption.

14 things Obama might veto next

When President Barack Obama rejected a bill approving the Keystone pipeline Tuesday, he opened a new era of governing -- one where vetoes are a lot more common.

Jury convicts Eddie Ray Routh of murder in ‘American Sniper’ trial

A jury has found former Marine Eddie Ray Routh guilty in the murder of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield.

Dash cam video shows gas explosion that destroyed New Jersey home

Officials released dash cam video of a gas explosion that destroyed an Ocean County, New Jersey home and injured 15 people.

Louisiana Senators react to President’s Keystone Pipeline veto

Louisiana Congressional members, David Vitter and Bill Cassidy, react to President Obama’s Keystone Pipeline veto. Vitter: Obama Keystone Veto is Political Spite