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Former CIA officials say extreme techniques are not torture

There's more fallout this morning from the release of a Senate report detailing extreme techniques used on terror suspects after 9-11. Many are appalled, but former CIA officials insist it's not torture.

Over 500K laptop power chords recalled

More than half a million power cords sold with laptop computers are being recalled because they can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.

Dream On Me reacalls 10,000 play yards sold online

Thousands of children's play yards are being recalled due to a strangulation hazard.

New video of Texas judge asks why DWI case was dismissed

(KRIS) A video released this week showing a Texas judge taking a field sobriety test raises questions about why her case was dismissed.

Grandma fights carjackers, says ‘you’re not taking my car!’

Police are investigating a brutal attack on a 67-year-old Indianapolis woman. The attack happened around 7:00 Sunday night during an attempted carjacking.

Royals make somber visit to Ground Zero

Under somber skies, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a somber visit to New York's 9-11 Museum and Memorial Tuesday.

Senate report highlights horrific CIA interrogations after 9/11

A new Senate report claims the Central Intelligence Agency's use of torture on terrorism suspects in the early 2000s was far more brutal than the agency previously admitted, and far less effective.

Cam Newton has back fractures after truck crash, team says

Quarterback Cam Newton has two fractures in his back after a two-vehicle wreck Tuesday, the Carolina Panthers said in a statement.

Portland, OR sues Uber for illegally operating

The City of Portland, Oregon is suing Uber after the company launched operations there on Friday.

Senate report: CIA misled public on torture

The CIA's harsh interrogations of terrorist detainees during the Bush era didn't work, were more brutal than previously revealed and delivered no "ticking time bomb" information that prevented an attack, according to an explos

Trial begins for Texas teens accused of murder in brutal Satanic ritual

Opening statements began Monday in the trial of a Texas teenager accused of brutally killing a 15-year-old girl in a brutal satanic ritual.

Mississippi teen burned alive on side of road

Family members of a Mississippi teenager burned alive are desperate for answers in the heinous murder. Jessica Chambers, 19, was found burning near her car Saturday night.

Details on CIA interrogation techniques to be released today

A new Senate report set for release Tuesday will detail how the U.S. questioned terror suspects after 9-11.

Witnesses contradict official account of police shooting that left suspect critically injured

Conflicting accounts surround a Florida police shooting that left a suspect critically injured.

Gas below $2 a gallon could be nationwide by sping 2015

Two dollar gas is making headlines right now, but prices at the pump are still sliding lower. Prices well below $2 a gallon could be common nationwide by spring, 2015.