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Great jobs report in June: Strong hiring, unemployment down

By Annalyn Kurtz NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The American jobs recovery seems to have finally hit its stride. The U.S. economy added 288,000 jobs in June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday.

Graphic Video Warning: Security cameras show angry driver run down two men outside of TX gas station

Surveillance cameras were rolling outside the Fuel Depot gas station in Houston, Texas when a driver hit two men and kept going.

CA parents accused of keeping son with severe autism in dog kennel

Two Orange County parents were taken into custody after reports that they kept their son with severe autism in a cage.

PN Police find unresponsive 2-yr-old in hot car; parents drinking in bar

A mother and stepfather are facing serious charges after police said they left a 2-year-old inside of a hot car while they drank inside of a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bar.

North Carolina's Outer Banks prepare for Hurricane Arthur's arrival

Residents and vacationers along the eastern seaboard are preparing for what could be a long and dangerous Fourth of July weekend. Hurricane Arthur is gaining momentum and pushing toward North Carolina's Outer Banks.

Summer time we relax & decreased productivity

Summer is in full swing, and if your brain seems to not be firing on all cylinders, there may be a good reason. Some researchers attribute it to Ingrained Seasonal Behavior.

Caught on Camera: Bystanders help Ohio cop in brawl with suspect

In Ohio two men sprang into action to help an officer arrest a suspect, and it's caught on tape. The officer spotted a man wanted for questioning in a nearby burglary.

GRAPHIC VIDEO WARNING: CA woman loses limbs, nearly dies after discount plastic surgery

By Traci Tamura and Kyung Lah- CNN LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- She's not gonna make it. We give her 24 hours.

MI soccer referee dies after punch from player

By Zachary Slater- CNN (CNN) -- A Michigan referee of an adult-league soccer match died Tuesday, two days after being punched in the head by a player, authorities said.

New CDC study finds wide discrepancy in where opiod painkillers are prescribed

Treatment of severe pain may not depend on how badly you feel, but where you live.

Obama Administration tries to decide what to do with women & children from Central America

Tensions are rising at the border. The Obama Administration is trying to figure out what to do with hundreds of women and children from Central America who were blocked from entering a facility in California.

Obama to Republicans: 'So sue me'

By Dana Davidsen- CNN (CNN) -- President Barack Obama dared Republicans to follow through on their threats to bring a lawsuit against his administration over his use of executive action.