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Agent Storm: Inside al Qaeda for the CIA

Agent Storm: Inside al Qaeda for the CIA

Two worlds. Two identities and the ever-present, very real risk of death. That was the life of Morten Storm, a radical Islamist turned double agent, who's now lifting the lid on some of the world's best-kept secrets.
Agent Storm: Inside al Qaeda for the CIA

Agent Storm: Inside al Qaeda for the CIA

Two worlds. Two identities and the ever-present, very real risk of death. That was the life of Morten Storm, a radical Islamist turned double agent, who's now lifting the lid on some of the world's best-kept secrets.
Most loved and hated stocks right now

Most loved and hated stocks right now

Wall Street analysts are an opinionated bunch, but occasionally they agree on what's a good deal and what isn't.  Bespoke Investment Group took a look at companies in the S&P 500 that research analysts overwhelmingly recommend
List of states with Enterovirus D68 grows

List of states with Enterovirus D68 grows

Indiana and Montana have joined the growing list of states with confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68, health officials say.
Taco Bell owner opens Asian fast food joint

Taco Bell owner opens Asian fast food joint

If you're not up for Mexican tonight, why not try some Vietnamese fare?
Uber drivers in New York City protest fares

Uber drivers in New York City protest fares

Uber drivers in New York are protesting for the second time in a month, fuming over the company's low fares. Fans of the cheap uberX service might want to take notice.
Robin Thicke's blurred life: 'I was high and drunk' all last year

Robin Thicke's blurred life: 'I was high and drunk' all last year

Summer 2013 was blurry for Robin Thicke, according to what the "Blurred Lines" singer told lawyers in April.
Hurricane Odile slams Mexican resorts

Hurricane Odile slams Mexican resorts

Hurricane Odile snapped palm trees like twigs, washed out roads and left tourists trapped in Mexican resorts Monday.
World's First 3D Printed Electric Car

World's First 3D Printed Electric Car

In a matter of two days, history was made at Chicago's McCormick Place, as the world's first 3D printed electric car—named Strati, Italian for "layers"– took its first test drive.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice to visit Tyler

UT Tyler is proud to host U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. "It will be a sell-out tomorrow night," said Dr. Rod Mabry, UT Tyler President.

News chopper nabs carjacker

Oklahoma City Police officers have arrested a suspect who allegedly carjacked a taxi cab and led police on a high speed chase. Police followed the suspect by air, ground, and the taxi's GPS.

ISIS building coalition

There are more growing pains in the coalition that the United States is cobbling together to fight the ISIS extremist army in Iraq and Syria.

ISIS building coalition

There are more growing pains in the coalition that the United States is cobbling together to fight the ISIS extremist army in Iraq and Syria.

Transgender princess faces backlash

A Colorado high school has crowned a transgender student as homecoming princess, and the decision has sparked widespread controversy on social media about whether the school district should allow this to happen.

Great white takes a bite

Beau Browning was surfing 50 yards from shore at California's Manresa State Beach Saturday when a 15-foot great white shark knocked him off of his surfboard.