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King Tut's 'virtual autopsy' reveals surprise

King Tutankhamun's golden, mummified remains tell only a partial story of an ancient Egyptian boy king who died under mysterious circumstances.

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Judge scolds lawyer for having baby in court

When I first heard the story about an Atlanta judge who reprimanded an immigration attorney for bringing her 4-week-old to court for a hearing -- a hearing the attorney, Stacy Ehrisman-Mickle, told CNN she asked the judge to reschedule because she…

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How body language projects success

"In the first few seconds of meeting someone, they will determine whether you are friend or predator, and the rest of the time their brains will be gathering information to support that," says Mark Bowden, author of Winning Body Language.

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Why you crave pumpkin flavors in the fall

The Wall Street Journal labeled it a "Halloween horror story." The Internet called it something else: a "pumpkin panic."

During the first week of October 2012, the Journal reported that Starbucks stores around the country were running out of the…

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Going purple for GLAAD's #SpiritDay

GLAAD has declared Thursday, Oct. 16, to be #SpiritDay and is asking everyone to wear purple to protest bullying and to show support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth.

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Tricks, treats and THC fears in Colorado

Colorado parents have a new fear to factor in this Halloween: a very adult treat ending up in their kids' candy bags.

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What teens will be reading next

We spoke with a few young adult fiction experts for a trend outlook going into 2015.

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For a happy marriage, have a cheap wedding

If you're serving burgers and Bud Light at your backyard wedding, don't worry. You and your spouse may have the last laugh. A new study found that couples who spend less on their wedding tend to have longer-lasting marriages than those who splurge.

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Dick's CEO sorry about catalog oversight

A 12-year-old girl from Arizona called out Dick's Sporting Goods for failing to include female athletes in its 2014 basketball catalog -- and got plenty of backup on the Web.

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How some cities are reinventing Columbus Day

Columbus Day often brings to mind the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. On Monday, some cities and states would rather you think of the Sioux, the Suquamish and the Chippewa.

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