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Illinois Guardsman Jacob Montgomery survived a tornado that ripped through Washington, Ill., last week but was separated from his 6-month-old pit bull named Dexter.
ISON, a huge comet formed at the birth of the solar system, apparently did not survive Thursday's encounter with the sun, NASA said.
These cells automatically 'tag' the memory of each event in our lives with information about where that event took place — the better to recall, perhaps, where we left our keys.
Politics doesn't rate high on the list of Thanksgiving traditions. But on occasion the national holiday has intersected with the political world and generated some stories to remember.
Most people know about advance directives. But not about a one-page form designed to let people who are very old or sick specify just how much medical care they want.
Two girls are on a city street, trying to figure out who's going to be friends with the nastiest person they can think of. Not an easy problem, but they solve it. Gorgeously.
Workers on the "tech surge" to fix the error-riddled website have just days to meet the Obama administration's self-imposed deadline for a functioning site.
The Pilgrims believed that cranberries could cure scurvy. They were wrong on their reasoning but right on the cure: The berries are packed with vitamin C.
"The office of the presidency — the most powerful position in the world — brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities," Obama said. "This is not one of them."
A world traveler discovers how to celebrate Thanksgiving everywhere. Sarita Fae Jarmack, 25, who grew up in the United States, has already traveled to some 30 countries.
Which antibiotics were the average Thanksgiving turkey given? The government doesn't collect data on antibiotic use in turkeys. And producers don't volunteer any.
Howells tossed a hard drive that held millions of dollars' worth of Bitcoins, the currency whose value has skyrocketed this year.
Tijuana's rapid growth has kept urban planners on the run in an effort to keep the city livable.
CBS has asked Lara Logan, the "60 Minutes" correspondent whose October story on a deadly 2012 attack on a U.S. mission in Libya was found to have multiple flaws, to take a leave of absence, along with her producer on the story.
For the first time, doctors have a financial incentive to keep patients out of the hospital. That's leading to some interesting changes.
In the game 'Papers, Please,' a "dystopian document thriller," you are an immigration agent on the border of the fictional nation of Arstotzka. Will you follow the rules?