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9 most unhealthy chain-restaurant meals

Warning: These meals are hazardous to your health. Delicious, perhaps, but hazardous.

Tofu Shinjo McNuggets

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McDonald's dishes around the world

McDonald's in Japan has rolled out Tofu Shinjo McNuggets, similar to the Chicken McNuggets here in the U.S. except they are made from a mishmash of minced white fish, tofu and vegetables. Take a look at other interesting McDonald's dishes around the world.

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Facebook's most annoying changes

Facebook has ticked off its users again, this time by forcing mobile users to download its Messenger app. Check out the rest of Facebook's most annoying changes.

40 best colleges for the money

Money magazine has released its rating of the four-year colleges that offer the most for the tuition paid. Take a look at the colleges that give you the best bang for your buck.

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Best sandwiches in America

Thinking about a sandwich or sub for lunch? Take a look at the Consumer Reports list of the best sandwiches and subs in America, based on their 2014 fast-food survey.

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Faces of Obama's cabinet

The Senate has confirmed Robert McDonald, a former corporate CEO and an ex-Army officer, as the next Veterans Affairs secretary. Take a look at other faces in President Barack Obama's Cabinet.

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On this day: July 30

Henry Ford is born, the host nation captures the very first World Cup, the USS Indianapolis sinks into shark-infested waters, and Hoffa goes missing, all on this day.

Highway Generic

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States with the worst roads

Everyone gripes about road conditions, but these states really do have the worst highways.

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Notable deaths of 2014

From legendary actors to fashion designers, take a look at the most notable deaths of 2014.

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What to know: Ebola

The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history is plaguing West Africa, where at least 660 people have died so far. Learn more about the deadly disease.

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Home prices: A tale of 20 cities

Home prices are continuing to increase, but the rate of increase is slowing down, according to the latest national real estate data.

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Airlines charging the highest fees

Airlines have been known for increasing their fares in recent years, not giving things away for free -- which is why news that Delta Air Lines plans to offer free entertainment on flights was such a surprise. Check out a list of airlines with the highest fees.

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20 scariest states in America

Clowns, spiders and snakes, oh my! These states are the scariest in America, according to, well, Americans.

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Reuters

On this day: July 29

Vincent van Gogh dies, the Summer Olympics return after World War II, Jack Paar debuts on the "Tonight" show, Dylan crashes his motorcycle, and Prince Charles marries Diana, all on this day.

Gay marriage, brides on wedding cake

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Same-sex marriage by state

Virginia's gay marriage ban is the latest to be overturned in court. Here's a look at the path same-sex marriage has taken across the country.

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World War I: A look back 100 years later

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I. Take a look back at one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history.

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What is an IPO?

As Virgin America file for an IPO, find out more about an initial public stock offering and what it means for a company.

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Costa Concordia hauled to final resting place

The Costa Concordia finished its final journey on Sunday. It's been towed to Genoa, where it will be dismantled. The ship turned on its side after striking rocks off the Italian island of Giglio on Jan. 13, 2012. Look back on the disaster that killed 32 people.

South Korea ferry rescue

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What to know: South Korea ferry disaster

Take a look at images from the South Korean ferry disaster that killed hundreds of people and shocked the nation.

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On this day: July 28

Vivaldi and Bach die, the first hamburger is sold in the U.S., World War I breaks out, a bomber crashes into the Empire State Building, and the Summer Olympics open up in Los Angeles, all on this day.

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10 vices that are good for you

It's National Milk Chocolate Day. Did you know that chocolate is among 10 vices that can actually be good for you?

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Gas savings tips: Fact or fiction

Summer means road trips, and it seems everyone has a tip on how to save fuel. But which are fact and which are fiction? Take this quiz to find out.

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Reuters

History of the death penalty in America

The alleged botched execution of Arizona prison inmate Joseph Wood has put capital punishment -- specifically, the manner in which criminals are executed -- back in the spotlight. Take a look at the history of the death penalty in America.

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Reasons why Pope Francis is cool

Pope Francis is coming to the U.S. in Sept., to head the eighth World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, according to the National Catholic Reporter. Take a look at the many reasons why Pope Francis is cool.

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istock

Happiest/unhappiest U.S. cities

It seems that residents of Louisiana are some of the happiest people in the country, and New Yorkers remain some of the unhappiest, according to a new report. Take a look at the happiest - and unhappiest - U.S. cities.

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How to prepare for a plane emergency

Multiple plane crashes have dominated the headlines the past few weeks. But despite these particular tragedies, safety advances and improvements in staff training have helped improve air crash survival rates in recent years. Here are 10 things that experts suggest you do to prepare yourself in the…

Money

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What would Americans do if they won the lottery?

A family of 17 is splitting a $20 million lottery jackpot they won in New Jersey. How would most Americans spend their winnings if they hit it big? Click through to find out.

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On this day: July 25

America gives its Army generals five stars, a family favorite amusement park ride is patented, Dylan plugs in, and Roseanne "sings," all on this day.

Air Algerie flight

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Deadliest plane crashes in history

The fate of the 116 people on board an Air Algerie flight, has reportedly crashed in Mali, is still unknown. Take a look at the deadliest plane crashes in history.

Walmart US CEO Bill Simon

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Shocking CEO downfalls

Walmart's Bill Simon is the latest big-name CEO to make a shocking departure.

Top 10 U.S. Ice Cream Parlors

Get the scoop on the best ice cream parlors across the country in this newly released list by TripAdvisor.

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How to eat well and save money

It's easier than you think to eat well and save money. Here are 8 tips to live by.

Apollo 11 splashdown

NASA

On this day: July 24

An aviation pioneer is born, a lost city is rediscovered, a famous comedy duo performs together for the first time, George Brett flips out, and Apollo 11 splashes down, all on this day.

Airplane

No-fly zones: Where can planes fly?

The crash of Malaysian airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine and a recent ban on flights to Israel due to violence near the airport in Tel Aviv has raised questions about which conflict-riddled areas of the world it is safe for commercial jets to travel. Take a look at strict no-fly zones as well…

National Hot Dog Day: Top hot dog toppings

It's National Hot Dog Day! See if your favorites made the list of the top 10 hot dog toppings.

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Hungry for hot dogs? Learn fun facts

July 23 is National Hot Dog Day! Learn more about the tasty food, from where it originated from to what it's made of.

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Deadliest disasters at sea

Take a look at some of the deadliest maritime disasters of modern times.

Worker, job, businessman

Reuters

Top 25 companies for work-life balance

Juggling a job and home life can be stressful. Find out which companies are making work-life balance a priority.

Comet Hale-Bopp file photo

U.S. Navy

On this day: July 23

Miss America gives up her crown, Fergie gets a royal wedding, a new comet is discovered, and a singer's life comes to a tragic ending, all on this day.

Flight 17 passenger Quinn Schansman

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Flight 17 passengers remembered

The victims aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came from around the world and held a wide range of hopes and dreams. Here are a few of those passengers' pictures and stories.

Bradley Cooper blurb

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Hollywood's highest-paid actors

Before you head out to see the latest movie blockbuster this summer, check out Forbes' list of Hollywood's highest-paid actors.

Immigration debate

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Immigration in America: A history

With Texas Gov. Rick Perry sending National Guard troops to the border, look back at the tumultuous history of immigation in America.

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The history of keeping cool

This week marks the 112th anniversary of air conditioning, and aren't we all thankful! Look back at the ways humans have tried to stay cool through the centuries.

Prince George

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Prince George's 1st year

Prince George is 1! Take a look back at the royal tyke's first year.

Soviet cosmonaut dogs Dezik and Tsygan

Russian Federal Space Agency

On this day: July 22

Wiley Post completes the first solo flight around the world, John Dillinger is gunned down behind a Chicago theater, two Soviet dogs become cosmonauts, and Prince George arrives to great fanfare, all on this day.

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America's best states to live in 2014

Take a look at the top states to live in 2014, based on crime rate, health care, number of local attractions and environmental quality.

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