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4th College Football Playoff rankings revealed

4th College Football Playoff rankings revealed

On Tuesday, the College Football Playoff committee unveiled their fourth set of playoff rankings.
Honduran beauty queen found dead

Honduran beauty queen found dead

A Honduran beauty queen who went missing just days before she was to participate in the Miss World pageant was found dead Wednesday, along with her sister, police said.

Obama promised Obamacare wouldn't do exactly what Gruber says it will do

At a town hall meeting where he campaigned for health care legislation in 2009, President Barack Obama pledged to voters that he did not want any tax on health insurance plans he perceived as wastefully generous to ever impact average Americans

Snowstorms, frigid temps hammer half of the U.S.; death toll reaches 5

Snowstorms and record low temperatures whacked much of the country this week -- and there's more havoc coming Wednesday. About 50% of the country had snow on the ground Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Target customers and profits are back after hack

Target customers and profits are back after hack

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Have customers finally forgiven Target for last year's massive credit and debit card data breach? The answer appears to be yes. The retailer reported an uptick in third quarter earnings Wednesday.
There's a black market for beer. And it's bad for drinkers

There's a black market for beer. And it's bad for drinkers

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Your next specialty beer could cost you a lot more.
Bob Marley to sell marijuana from the grave

Bob Marley to sell marijuana from the grave

 LONDON (CNNMoney) -- As celebrity endorsements go, it's a perfect fit. The late Jamaican reggae icon Bob Marley is poised to become the face of the world's first global marijuana brand.
Pharmacist says flu cases are up, school closes after 70 students become ill

Pharmacist says flu cases are up, school closes after 70 students become ill

New Orleans, LA (WGNO) -- Something is literally in the air. The CDC says flu season typically peaks in January or February, yet pharmacist Al Spitale with Majoria Drugs says cases are already rising at an alarming rate.
Virginia parent angered by letter saying "White Students" didn't meet SOL requirements

Virginia parent angered by letter saying "White Students" didn't meet SOL requirements

Hampton, VA (WTKR) -- It was one sentence in a letter sent home from Smith Elementary School in Hampton that took a parent by surprise, stating "White Students" didn't meet last year's reading requirements on the SOLs.
Family with newborn loses everything in Connecticut fire

Family with newborn loses everything in Connecticut fire

 Torrington, CT (WFSB) -- Following a fire that tore through a Torrington home, a mother and father rushed their 3-week-old child to the hospital.
India isolates man with Ebola-infected semen

India isolates man with Ebola-infected semen

 NEW DELHI, India (CNN) -- An Ebola survivor has been quarantined in India after his semen tested positive for the virus, health officials there have announced.
Report: Al Sharpton owes $4.5 million in unpaid taxes

Report: Al Sharpton owes $4.5 million in unpaid taxes

Civil rights leader and MSNBC host Al Sharpton and his for-profit business owe more than $4.5 million in current state and federal taxes, according to a New York Times report out Tuesday.
In the shadow of the storm called Ferguson, a quiet grave

In the shadow of the storm called Ferguson, a quiet grave

 NORMANDY, Missouri (CNN) -- The 119 acres of St. Peter's Cemetery lie blanketed by the season's first snowfall.
Facebook releases new app just for Groups

Facebook releases new app just for Groups

(CNN) -- One of Facebook's more popular, less attractive features is getting its very own app. The social network is launching Facebook Groups, a standalone app for reading and posting to groups.
Modern life fuels an old infection: Could diabetes inflame the TB epidemic?

Modern life fuels an old infection: Could diabetes inflame the TB epidemic?

(CNN) -- As the developing world becomes more developed, the rise in prosperity in these countries could also result in the rise of a lethal infectious disease -- tuberculosis (TB).