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It may be the hottest burger in the world: 'Hellfire' burger

A burger joint in Iowa is trying to warm things up this winter.

Alaska becomes latest state to legalize marijuana use

Marijuana smokers now have a new place to put on their bucket lists: Alaska, which on Tuesday became the third state to officially OK marijuana use.

Lawyer: Suspect in Las Vegas shooting feared for his life

LAS VEGAS (CNN) -- The lawyer for the 19-year-old man accused of killing a Las Vegas woman -- allegedly after a road rage incident -- says his client feared for his life.

4 money saving tips when visiting Disney World

The "Happiest Place on Earth" just got more pricey. But visiting Mickey Mouse doesn't have to break the bank. Take it from me -- I go to Florida's Walt Disney World at least twice a year.

Sean Penn and others rile up social media at the Oscars

Between light-hearted moments like Benedict Cumberbatch taking a swig from a hip flask and Neil Patrick Harris parading on stage in his underwear, it was all about activism and controversial topics at the 87th Academy Awards.

Obama pushes protections for retirement accounts

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The White House says it wants greater protections for retirement investing.

Target cuts free shipping minimum to $25

Target on Monday lowered the threshold for free shipping on online orders to $25, making it among the most competitive among major retailers.

Workers at nation's largest oil refinery join growing strike

Workers at the nation's largest oil refinery have joined a strike that now includes more than 6,500 workers.

Kirk Cameron sweeps the Razzies for 'Saving Christmas'

(CNN) -- Kirk Cameron swept the 2015 Razzie Awards on Saturday, picking up the dubious honors of worst picture and actor for "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas."

Riviera casino in Las Vegas to be demolished

Riviera, one of the oldest and iconic Las Vegas casinos, will be demolished to make way for an expanding convention center.

Former NASCAR champ Kurt Busch loses suspension appeal

 Kurt Busch, NASCAR's 2004 Cup champion, lost his initial appeal of his indefinite suspension, the auto racing circuit said Saturday.

The Apple car: What we know

Apple hasn't admitted publicly that it wants to get into the auto industry. But there's plenty of evidence out there.

Man's death leads to discovery of new virus in Kansas, CDC reports

The CDC has discovered a new virus that may have contributed to a Kansas man's death, the agency announced Friday.

Man's death leads to discovery of new virus in Kansas, CDC reports

The CDC has discovered a new virus that may have contributed to a Kansas man's death, the agency announced Friday.