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San Francisco's luxury bus puts your commute to shame

Would you pay $6 to commute in a bus that looks like a cafe crossed with a Virgin America plane?

As ISIS threats online persist, military families rethink online lives

(CNN) -- An online group claiming affiliation with Islamic State terrorists has threatened American military members and their families in the past, and over the weekend, a new threat surfaced on the Web.

Ted Cruz 'imagines' 2016 presidency in Liberty speech

Sen. Ted Cruz, the conservative firebrand from Texas, on Monday became the first Republican to announce his campaign for the presidency.

8 officers hurt, 1 suspect dead in AZ Walmart assault

A suspect who shot and wounded a Cottonwood police officer was shot and killed in a gun battle late Saturday night that left seven officers hurt and a second suspect wounded.

Police: Drug dealer attempts to swallow 20 bags of heroin during arrest

An alleged drug dealer attempted to swallow 20 bags of heroin while police arrested him in the Hollywood Section of Springfield's South End neighborhood on Thursday afternoon.

Olive Garden's neverending comeback

Not too long ago, investors and consumers were saying basta (Italian for enough) to the pasta at Olive Garden.

Self driving car starts cross-country trip, but stops for lunch at In and Out Burger!

Apparently even driverless cars need to stop for lunch.

Ted Cruz to announce 2016 presidential bid on Monday

Ted Cruz is first out the gate.

Judge orders release of Iraq, Afghanistan detainee photos

 (CNN) -- A federal judge has ordered the Defense Department to release photos that allegedly show detainees being abused in detention centers in Iraq and Afghanistan during the Bush administration.

Police officers fired over racist texts

 Three Florida police officers were fired and a fourth resigned after exchanging a series of racially offensive text messages and a video that portrayed President Barack Obama in a derogatory way, Fort Lauderdale police said.

Suspect in killing of Food Network finalist had remains in wood stove

A North Carolina man facing murder charges in the death of a "Food Network Star" contestant had human remains in his wood stove, authorities say.

Millennials: More educated, fewer employed than Gen X

-- Millennials are getting more college degrees, but they aren't getting as many jobs as their Gen X counterparts.

The $10 bill is up next for a new look

Andrew Jackson is safe for now, but Alexander Hamilton is getting a makeover.

The $10 bill is up next for a new look

Andrew Jackson is safe for now, but Alexander Hamilton is getting a makeover.