Abducted child found safe in Nebraska

An abducted child was found safe with his mother Friday in Omaha, Nebraska.

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The Double Century superyacht

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World's largest yacht has cool stuff you won't believe

Imagine how jealous the other billionaires will be when you pull up to the yacht club in this...

A Florida yacht dealer has plans to build a 656-foot "gigayacht" that would be the world's largest private pleasure craft.

The Double Century, as the vess...

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Racist Dr. Seuss drawing up for auction

A California auction house is selling an early drawing by Dr. Seuss that's sure to disappoint the parents and children who adore his later work.

The 1929 color illustration for "Judge" magazine depicts a blatantly racist scenario and uses a slur to de...

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For Millennials, it's good to be young, rich, and female

Rich, young women are kicking butt.

Wealthy Millennial women are more likely to make at least as much -- if not more -- than their husbands. They're also more likely to take the big decisions on household finances and investments, according to a new r...

Karlos Dansby

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NFL linebacker moonlights as men's grooming guru

Cleveland Browns' linebacker Karlos Dansby is trained to keep his eyes on the ball and execute successful plays.

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Fast-food chains taking healthy turns

A number of major fast-food chains and companies have recently announced healthier practices, moving to all-natural ingredients and ending the use of additives.

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US green energy use highest since 1930s

Renewable energy use in the United States hit its highest level last year since the 1930s.

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America's 10 fastest-growing cities

Don't mess with Texas: it's got several of America's fastest growing cities.

City of Fulton mourns loss of World War II veteran "Bishop Bill"

The Fulton community is mourning the loss of 92-year-old William Rogers. The World War II veteran was killed in a car crash on Highway 54 in Fulton on Memorial Day.

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Is it ever OK to snoop on your partner?

Here's a scenario to consider: Your partner leaves his cell phone on the dining room table. His texts and emails can be easily accessed with just the touch of a fingertip. Would you look? Have you ever looked?

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Canine flu outbreak: How to keep dogs safe

As new cases of canine influenza spread across several states, veterinarians are urging vigilance after hundreds of dogs contracted the virus.

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