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Police: Suspect jumps in river, can't swim

A theft suspect jumped in a river near Portland, Oregon to avoid arrest, but he did not appear to be a very good swimmer and was caught hiding along the riverbank, according to police.

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'The Daily Show' replaces Jon Stewart with ...

It looks like "The Daily Show" has a new host.

On Monday, the show announced that comedian Trevor Noah will take over for Jon Stewart, who announced in February that he was leaving after 16 years. Stewart himself succeeded Craig Kilborn and saw the…

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Gravy for the soul

Gravy isn't some mystical concoction. It's a delicious way to make use of the drippings and goodies left over when you cook.

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Half of Americans are saving next to nothing

When it comes to saving, we aren't doing enough of it.

Roughly half of Americans are saving 5 percent or less of their incomes, including 18 percent that are not saving anything, according to a survey from Bankrate. Only about a quarter of people…

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Ford's big Lincoln Continental is coming back

The Lincoln Motor Company, Ford's luxury division, unveiled a big, richly-appointed, luxury car called the Continental in New York City Monday.

This car has a big job: To regain for Lincoln the respect it once had, decades ago, as a luxury car brand.

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Apple's Tim Cook: Anti-gay laws are 'dangerous'

Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken out against anti-LGBT legislation in the U.S., saying the new laws are "very dangerous" and contrary to America's founding principles.

Cook, who came out as gay last year, said laws enacted in Arkansas and Indiana are…

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Obama battles 'superbugs' with national plan

Two million illnesses. Twenty-three thousand deaths. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that's the human toll from antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" each year in the United States.

To fight the growing problem of infections…

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Skyscrapers made from ...wood?

If the 20th century was the century of the skyscraper, then the 21st century is shaping up as the century of the "plyscaper."

Despite its historical reputation for great city fires -- London in 1666, the Great Chicago fire of 1871 and San Francisco…

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Dog walks again ... on four artificial limbs

Here's a dog tale about a pooch with a literal "spring" in his steps.

Brutus, a 2-year old Rottweiler, is walking again thanks to modern technology and months of training. He's said to be only the second dog ever known to have four prosthetic limbs.

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Astronaut lifts off on history-making mission

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly blasts off in a Soyuz spacecraft from Kazakhstan to spend a year in space.

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