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Most popular beers in America

Americans love beer, and they like it light, fizzy and (mostly) American-made. Take a look at the top 10 most popular beers in the U.S. for the year 2013, according to VinePair.

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On this day: March 6

The Alamo falls, the Supreme Court rules in the Dred Scott case, the Oreo cookie and Silly Putty are introduced, Mike Tyson wins in his pro debut, and Eric Clapton enters the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a third time, all on this day.

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Harrison Ford crashes small plane

Actor Harrison Ford was "banged up" and hospitalized Thursday afternoon after a 1940s aircraft he was piloting crashed during a forced landing on a golf course, his publicist said.

Drivers stranded along Kentucky interstate

Hundreds of motorists were stranded on Interstate 65 near Elizabethtown, Kentucky, and on Interstate 24 near Paducah after a snowstorm.

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Negative effects of daylight saving time

According to Mother Nature Network, there is a ton of data that points to negative effects on our bodies from the time change resulting from daylight saving time.

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Daylight saving time explained

Daylight saving time begins this weekend. What's behind the tradition of pushing our clocks ahead each spring?

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America's favorite quick-serve restaurants

A new nationwide study by Market Force Information reveals American consumers’ favorite quick-service restaurant chains in four popular food categories: pizza, Mexican fare, chicken and sandwiches. Check out who topped the list in this gallery.

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Timeline: Boston Marathon bombings

The trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began on March 3 -- revisit a timeline of the events in the case so far.

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10 most expensive cities in the world

Is it Oslo? Maybe London? See which city tops the Economist Intelligence Unit's bi-annual list as the most expensive city in the world.

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On this day: March 5

The Boston Massacre riles up American colonists, Che strikes a famous pose, Elvis is discharged, a plane crash kills Patsy Cline, and John Belushi overdoses, all on this day.

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Best places to live in 2015

Good schools? Affordability? Lots to do? The places on the list have it all.

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On this day: March 4

The U.S. Constitution goes into effect, FDR reassures the nation, John Lennon gets into a popularity contest with Jesus, and Martha Stewart gets out of prison, all on this day.

Netanyahu's controversial visit: What to know

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress on Tuesday and many Democrats skipped the speech. Here's a closer look at the controversy surrounding the Israeli leader's visit.

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9 foods not to eat at work

Sometimes lunch is the best part of a work day, but to make sure you don't annoy your co-workers, here is a list of fragrant foods to avoid eating at work.

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On this day: March 3

Alexander Graham Bell is born, ice hockey goes indoors, AT&T is formed, Time magazine debuts, and the beating of Rodney King is caught on tape, all on this day.

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Richest people on the planet 2015

A familiar face once again tops Forbes' list of the world's richest billionaires.

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10 foods that can make you grumpy

Avoid these 10 foods that can wreck your mood and turn you into a grump.

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On this day: March 2

Dr. Seuss is born, "King Kong" premieres, Elmer Fudd makes his debut, Wilt Chamberlain scores 100, and compact discs hit the American market for the first time, all on this day.

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Notable deaths of 2015

Take a look at the most notable deaths of 2015.

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On this day: March 1

Salem is gripped by witch hysteria, Yellowstone becomes the world's first national park, the Lindbergh baby is kidnapped, and the Watergate Seven are indicted, all on this day.

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Chinese New Year parade in Manhattan's Chinatown

Revelers march in the Chinese New Year parade in Manhattan's Chinatown on February 22, 2015 in New York City.

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On this day: February 28

Nylon is invented, the "M*A*S*H" finale draws a record audience, Michael Jackson wins a record eight Grammys, the Gulf War ends, and the Branch Davidian standoff begins, all on this day.

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Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Actor Leonard Nimoy, who played Mr. Spock on "Star Trek," died Friday at 83. Here is a look at his life.

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Cartoon mania: '80s style

Put on your parachute-pant PJ's!

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History quiz: Who was Dred Scott?

What happened on this day in history?

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Birthday quiz: Shaq attack!

Today's cake will be slam dunked.

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How much amusement parks will cost this year

Disney made waves Monday when the company announced it was raising ticket prices at its Florida and California theme parks, breaking the $100 price point for the first time. Before you toss those mouse ears aside and start planning a different vacation, take a look at how Disney's prices compare…

Top Republicans speak at CPAC

The stars of the Republican Party spoke during day one of the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

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On this day: February 27

Saccharin is accidentally discovered, the 22nd Amendment is ratified, Michael Jackson wins his first Grammy, and Mister Rogers dies, all on this day.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

A judge overturned Adrian Peterson's suspension from the NFL on Thursday after the running back admitted to using a switch to discipline his 4-year-old son. Here are are some other NFL players who have been in trouble with the law.

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Celebrities who lost endorsement deals

From Adrian Peterson to Paula Deen, plenty of celebrities have discovered over the years just how fickle endorsement money can be.

Net neutrality: What to know

The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor net neutrality after a debate over whether the Internet should be regulated in the same way as public utilities. Here's what you need to know about net neutrality.

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Look back: George Zimmerman verdict

Today marks the third anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death. a Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of Martin's death on July 13, 2013. Take a look at scenes from the courtroom on the day of the verdict.

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State-by-state look at marijuana laws

Washington, D.C., officially legalized marijuana use on Thursday. Take a look at which other states allow recreational and medical marijuana use.

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8 tax audit red flags

Here are eight relatively easy ways to steer clear of an audit by the Internal Revenue Service.

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On this day: February 26

The Grand Canyon becomes a national park, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album hits No. 1, a truck bomb explodes under the World Trade Center, and teenager Trayvon Martin is shot and killed, all on this day.

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Keystone XL pipeline draws supporters and opponents

Keystone XL pipeline draws supporters and opponents

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21 states raising the minimum wage

The minimum wage is going up in 21 states in 2015. Is yours one of them?

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States without the death penalty

Check out which states have done away with capital punishment.

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Timeline of 'American Sniper' trial

Jurors found Eddie Ray Routh guilty of capital murder in the deaths of Chris Kyle, author of "American Sniper," and fellow veteran Chad Littlefield. Here is a look back at the trial.

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10 most dateable accents

Time Out Global Survey asked 11,000 people in 12 cities around the world, to name the "most dateable accent other than their own." Here are the results of the survey.

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On this day: February 25

Samuel Colt patents his revolver, the first black U.S. senator takes his seat, Muhammad Ali wins his first heavyweight title, and Ferdinand Marcos flees the Philippines, all on this day.

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'Elsa' arrested in South Carolina

It's been such a rough winter that police in Hanahan, South Carolina, decided to take matters into their own hands and arrest Queen Elsa, the cold-creating character in Disney's "Frozen."

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On this day: February 24

Andrew Johnson is impeached, Johnny Cash performs at San Quentin, the U.S. hockey team wins Olympic gold, and the U.S. Postal Service unveils competing Elvis stamps, all on this day.

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World's best beaches of 2015

It's freezing in many parts of the U.S., so why not take a look at the world's best beaches, as rated by TripAdvisor users.

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Joe Biden's goofiest moments

Here's a look back at some Vice President Joe Biden's more memorable moments.

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Oscars stage becomes stars' political soapbox

Hollywood stars turned the stage into a soapbox at the Oscars on Sunday night, advocating on issues ranging from NSA surveillance to equal pay; the Voting Rights Act to immigration reform.

Good food that costs less than $1

Many people want to eat healthy, but think it will be too expensive. Divinecaroline.com explains there are many nutritious items for less than $1.

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On this day: February 23

The Tootsie Roll is invented, Spencer Tracy wins the first back-to-back Best Actor Oscars, U.S. Marines plant the American flag at Iwo Jima, and Santana cleans up at the Grammys, all on this day.

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On this day: February 22

The pilgrims get their first taste of popcorn, George Washington is born, Elvis hits the charts for the first time, and Team USA pulls off a "Miracle on Ice," all on this day.

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