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New Facebook feature flags fake news

Facebook wants to crack down on the scourge of fake news stories that go viral on the social network.

Several Disneyland employees diagnosed with measles

The happiest place on Earth just got a bit sadder for some of its employees. A spokeswoman for the Orange County Health Care Agency has confirmed that "several" Disneyland employees have been diagnosed with measles.

Obama: 'Tonight, we turn the page'

President Barack Obama made a feisty pitch for economic populism in his penultimate State of the Union Tuesday night, touting the improving economy on his watch and making the case that government has a role in ensuring equal opportunity for al

The worms that invade your brain

Once you consume them, they can move throughout your body -- your eyes, your tissues and most commonly your brain.

The car seat mistake three-quarters of parents are making

"My daughter Natalie is 3 years old. She's wonderful, enthusiastic, she's a good ball of energy," says proud mom Jasmine Cervantes.

New holes in golfer's kidnapping story

The homeless woman who went to the aid of Australian pro golfer Robert Allenby after he said he was kidnapped, beaten and robbed in Honolulu contradicts two major pieces of his story.

Brutally Honest: Is it OK to let your child fail?

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MSNBC guest won't apologize for remark about Jindal

An MSNBC guest's assertion that Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal "might be trying to scrub some of the brown off his skin" sparked criticism on Monday -- but not an apology from the guest.

Six missing after mansion fire

Six people are still unaccounted for after a four-alarm fire gutted an Annapolis, Maryland mansion early Monday morning. Arriving crews found the $6 million home fully involved.

Toddler mauled to death

Little Declin Moss loved to play outdoors. At just 18-months-old, he frolicked around the yard and enjoyed being outside in his rural Brooksville, Florida neighborhood.

5-year-old Boy Shoots Baby Brother in Head

 The mother called 911 to say her 5-year-old boy shot his baby brother with a paintball gun. But it wasn't a paintball gun. It was a .22-caliber Magnum revolver. And the 9-month-old boy didn't survive.

Bringing Newborns Home to Pet

     Bringing a baby home for the first time can be a rough experience for some dogs; however, with a little preparation things can go smoothly.

State-of-the-Union preview

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- With many of his policy proposals already announced ahead of tonight's State of the Union, President Barack Obama will instead deliver a different kind of address to the nation, sources familiar with the speech said.