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Golden Gate Bridge officials float sidewalk toll

Golden Gate Bridge officials again looking at charging bicyclists, pedestrians a sidewalk toll

Ukraine Accused of Using Cluster Bombs in Donetsk Shelling

Human Rights Watch alleges the Ukrainian military used cluster bombs during shelling of Donetsk.

Stephen Collins in the Clear: Won't Be Prosecuted, Won't Be Sued by Victims

Looks like the '7th Heaven' dad was doing a lot of praying because MIRACULOUSLY he is in the clear! Completely!

Year End Tax Moves To Make Right Now

To ensure that you pay the IRS the least possible amount on April 15, you need to make some tax moves before the tax year ends

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Fighters suing Mayweather over Vegas cable TV bout

Fighters suing boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. over cable TV bout depicted on Showtime 'All Access'

Daland, coach of swimming champions at USC, dies

Peter Daland, who coached Southern California and Olympic swimming champions, dies at 93

Drive Through

We take our weekly look at the Heisman trophy race as well as a look at the College Football Playoff picture.

Spanish woman free of Ebola, final tests show

Spanish nursing assistant cleared of Ebola virus with final tests, wins 15-day battle for life

N. America treated to partial solar eclipse Thurs.

North America treated to partial solar eclipse Thursday, safe viewing urged to protect eyes

Despite Protest, Met Opera Gets Standing Ovation

Politicians demonstrate outside Met Opera, but 'Death of Klinghoffer' gets standing ovation

Harley-Davidson tops 3Q net income expectations

Harley-Davidson net income drops nearly 8 percent, but company beats expectations

Kansas independent Orman campaigns under the radar

Kansas candidate Orman runs low-profile campaign: skip the speeches, handshakes, baby-kissing

Snowden: Bombing shows limits of mass surveillance

Snowden: Boston Marathon bombings example of how threats can be missed under mass surveillance

Why Critics Say This Opera Is Anti-Semitic, Pro-Terrorist

Some 400 protesters rallied outside New York City's Metropolitan Opera ahead of "Death of Klinghoffer's" premiere.

Tori Spelling Quarantined, Reveals She's 'On the Mend'

Tori Spelling has been quarantined- a word that takes on a dire meaning amid all this Ebola drama!

The Creeping Costs Of Halloween

Get ready for a scare at the store: The cost of Halloween is up this year.

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Famed Elvis photographer Alfred Wertheimer dies

Famed Elvis photographer Alfred Wertheimer dies in New York

Pistorius sentencing: What it means

Oscar Pistorius: How much prison time will he serve? Will the Blade Runner run again?

Playoff Field: Week 9

Cary Chow, Heather Dinich, and Adam Rittenberg take a look at where things stand after week 8 of the college football season, and what the playoff selection committee will have to do when sorting out all of the one-loss teams.

CDC releases revised Ebola gear guidelines

CDC releases new Ebola gear guidelines for health workers; monitoring ends for some in Dallas

Jerusalem stone may answer Jewish revolt questions

Ancient stone found in Jerusalem suggests Jews revolted against Romans over harsh measures

New rules adopted in hopes of spurring home loans

New US rules on banks taking risk in mortgage bonds are eased to spur wider lending

Mother of Utah baby found in trash leaves jail

Mother of baby found in trash leaves jail, says she didn't know she was pregnant

Wyoming becomes latest to legalize gay marriage

Wyoming becomes latest to legalize gay marriage, joining wave Supreme Court decision started

First-of-Its-Kind Treatment Gives Man Ability to Walk Again

A medical team has for the first time given a man the ability to walk again after transplanting cells from his brain onto his severed spinal cord.

Teresa Giudice Loses Representation After Requesting 'OITNB' Prison

Teresa Giudice actually had the nerve to request the 'Orange is the New Black' jail for her term. Obviously that did not go over well.