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Flood insurance changes may swamp homeowners
Cuts to federal flood insurance subsidies threaten to cause steep hikes in insurance bills for those buying property in FEMA-designated "high risk" areas, and the ripple effect is washing onto the main streets and blue-collar blocks of the nation's river cities and towns.
VIDEO: Secret, dirty cost of Obama's green power push
Obama's green energy drive comes with an unadvertised environmental cost. Experts say the ethanol era has proven far more damaging to the environment than previously thought, and worse than the government admits today.
Why do pro athletes recover before you do?
It's a mystery: When we twist our ankle playing tennis, it can take weeks to heal, but when a pro athlete does it, he often misses barely a beat.
Investigation should shed light on bullying scandal in Miami
It’s difficult to make much sense of the actions in the Miami Dolphins locker room because it’s a culture most of us don’t understand and can’t comprehend.
Red-faced FBI recovers high-powered SWAT rifles
Two sharpshooter rifles belonging to an FBI SWAT team were stolen from an agent's unmarked vehicle outside his suburban Boston home overnight Wednesday, triggering a widespread hunt for the thief and the weapons. A 16-year-old boy was arrested after the rifles were turned in by a relative. The FBI had offered a $20,000 reward for recovery of the rifles.
A new reason why newborns can't fight colds
One of newborns' biggest vulnerabilities is largely invisible: In the weeks after birth, babies are especially susceptible to infection because their immune systems aren't fully functional.
VIDEO: Cat survives being shot by arrow
A cat in Norwich, Conn. is lucky to be alive after being shot by an arrow and found by the city's mayor on a house porch while he was out campaigning for re-election.
Military bases are our most exclusive gated communities
Inside, troops and their families live and work on massive military bases, separated geographically, socially and economically from the society they serve.
Walmart employee fired after asking gay man to leave store
A Walmart employee who allegedly asked a gay man to leave the store in this Oklahoma town Wednesday has been fired, according to a company spokesperson.
Why late nights are bad for your immune system
Jet lag, shift work and even late nights staring at your tablet or smartphone may be making you sick.
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