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Stephen Colbert hosts last 'Report'

Goodbye, Stephen Colbert. We hardly knew you.

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These classic doughnuts will make a great Chanukah sweet treat.

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Sony hack renews cybersecurity push

White House Economic Council Director Jeff Zients pointed fingers at Congress on Thursday for not acting fast enough on cybersecurity legislation, in the wake of news that North Korea was behind the Sony Entertainment cyberattack.

"We're doing what…

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Top 1%: What they made, what they paid

What does it take to make it into the top 1%?

In 2012, it took at least $435,000 in adjusted gross income to be considered one of the fabled top 1% households, according to the latest data from the IRS.

That's a healthy jump from the $389,000 it took…

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Toyota's futuristic, freaky fuel-cell car

Toyota's new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is worth a good, serious look. It won't be easy, though. While hydrogen fuel cell cars are mired in controversy, there's one thing everyone seems to agree on about this one.

It is kind of ugly.

Toyota's…

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Ruble woes means Ikea bolts Russia

Ikea furniture has suddenly became a scarce good in Russia. The Swedish furniture maker has followed Apple and suspended sales after a dramatic fall in the ruble.

Ikea halted sales of kitchen furniture and appliances due to the large number of…

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Re-gifting is fine... if you follow these rules

Happy Re-Gifting Day!

Today might not be a well-known holiday marked on calendars (yet), but it's a practice many of us are familiar with during the holiday season.

In fact, more than three in four Americans find re-gifting socially acceptable,…

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Spanish Ebola woman sues over dog's death

It's a long road to recovery for Spanish nurse's assistant Teresa Romero Ramos.

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11 trillion gallons of rain to end CA drought

About 11 trillion gallons of rain, or nearly 17 million Olympic swimming pools full.

That's how much water California needs to recover from its extreme drought despite downpours that caused flooding and mudslides this month, NASA said.

This week, the…

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$57.6 million for Countrywide whistleblower

It pays to be a whistleblower in the biggest financial settlement in history.

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