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Kitty research could offer insight to Gulf oil spill cleanup

Have you ever watched your kitty drink her milk, and wondered, "How does that work?" A team of scientists asked that question, and the answer could hold the key to clean-up efforts in the Gulf.
Posted In: Science

Former KB Home CEO was sentenced to house arrest

Former CEO of KB Home, Bruce Karatz, was sentenced to eight months of home detention Wednesday for an illegal stock option backdating scandal. That's a much lighter sentence than what the government had requested.
Posted In: Crime

Gold reaches a record high

The price of gold hit a record high Tuesday, as investors looked for a safe investment in the wake of global economic concerns.
Posted In: Wall Street

Books: President George W. Bush's memoir now for sale

It's decision time. To buy or not to buy former President George W. Bush's memoir? The 43rd President's autobiography, titled "Decision Points,"...
Posted In: Books, George W. Bush

Chrysler could be turning the corner on its losses

New models of Chrysler Classics could change the course of the automaker. Jaclyn Giovis has more.
Posted In: Auto

Conan O'Brien airs tonight on TBS

Comedian Conan O'Brien is back on the tube this Monday night with his new late-night show, airing at 11 p.m. ET on TBS.
Posted In: Entertainment

Coffee: How about a 2,010 gallon cup to give you a jolt?

Now we have a giant reason to get out of bed in the morning. GourmetGiftBaskets.com broke the Guinness World Record for the largest cup of coffe...
Posted In: coffee, not news

Jobs: U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs

The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs in October, but the unemployment rate holds at 9.6 percent, according to Friday's Labor Department report.
Posted In: Jobs

San Francisco bans toys from McDonald's Happy Meals

Do you think toys should be banned from kids' meals?online surveys Say goodbye to McDonald's Happy Meals in the Golden Gate city. San Fra...
Posted In: McDonald's

Federal Reserve will buy $600 billion in long-term government bonds

The Federal Reserve announced its plan to buy $600 billion in long-term government bonds. Chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday dismissed concerns from critics who say the strategy is too risky.
Posted In: Economy

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