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40 reasons why 'Saturday Night Live' is still awesome at 40

 On October 11, 1975, "Saturday Night Live" was first beamed into living rooms.

7 online dating services you won't believe actually exist

OkCupid and Tinder are on the tip of every single's tongues. But those are just the tip of the iceberg.

'50 Shades of Grey' seeks box office love

 "50 Shades of Grey" is looking for love at the box office this Valentine's Day, and so far the romance

More than $27K raised for heroic dog hurt in Ohio house fire

 Fans of a heroic dog who fought in vain to save her owner's life in an Ohio house fire have donated more than $2

'The Breakfast Club' to return to theaters for 30th anniversary showing

 We really haven't forgotten about them.

Soul mate stories: She gave him a kidney, he gave her his heart

      Ashley McIntyre had no idea who Danny Robinson was when she heard he was searching for a kidney.

Is this the world's most expensive chocolate?

 In the pantheon of fine chocolates, there's the gourmet boxes, the handmade bonbons and now there's a $260 h

Moody's: Louisiana's outlook changed from stable to negative

With a looming budget crisis, Moody's Investor Service has downgraded Louisiana's outlook from Stable to Negative.

Deadline to enroll in Affordable Care Act or face a penalty is fast approaching

Sunday is the deadline to get health insurance - or pay a fine. We're coming up on year two of the Affordable Care Act - "Obamacare," as many like to call it.

Waffle House offering romantic Valentine's Day meal

If you're not into fancy, then how about the Waffle House for your Valentine's Day dinner? For the eighth consecutive year, Waffle House will roll out the white tablecloths and candles.

Recreational pot brings $53 million in tax revenue to Colorado

It's been a year since Colorado became the first state in the nation to allow people to sell and buy pot legally in January 2014. And the state took in $53 million in tax revenue as a result.

Congress critical of Obama’s plan to combat ISIS

President Obama's new plan to combat ISIS is winning little support in Congress. Many Democrats fear that missions against ISIS in Iraq and Syria will not be limited, as the president promises.

Senate easily votes Ash Carter to be Defense Secretary

The Senate easily confirmed Ashton Carter, a former number two at the Pentagon, to be the new Secretary of Defense. The vote was 93 to 5.

Bill allowing firing squads instead of lethal injections expected to pass in Wyoming

A bill allowing firing squads to be used as a second option after lethal injections for Wyoming's death row inmates is expected to pass.

Dental visit saves life of Oklahoma girl

A routine dental visit turned into much more for Journee Woodard of Edmond, Oklahoma. The 11-year-old was up for a routine cleaning when hygienist Rachel Stroble noticed something odd about Journee's pearly whites.