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Critics are split on the moody, choppy final episode of the AMC drama's action-packed season, which leaves Don Draper pondering the question "Are you alone?"
Gay rights activists boycotted over the company's donations to anti-same-sex marriage groups. Now that Chick-fil-A has backed down, will conservatives revolt?
A 35-year-old Indiana woman is awaiting trial after she swallowed rat poison that killed her baby — but not her. Is she a criminal, or a victim of anti-abortion politics?
In a gripping video, a champion daredevil struggles to cross the gap before the rigs speed into separate tunnels — snapping the tightrope
The Detroit auto giant is preparing to overhaul an American icon, even though many middle-aged fans of the retro car may not be ready for an update
Fitch Ratings warns that it will strip the federal government of its AAA rating unless Congress tackles its nagging deficit problem
Reuters reports that GM is losing $49,000 for every Volt it builds, renewing criticism that the eco-friendly hybrid will never be profitable
After plenty of false dawns, many experts say the recovery is for real this time
The anonymous solider who leaked the gruesome photos says he hopes the outrage will prompt the military to clean house
A year after Beck and Fox News break up, the incendiary talk show host makes a triumphant return to TV
The latest round of fighting has underscored the need for a viable solution to halt the region's endless cycle of violence
America prides itself as a land of economic opportunity. But, when Canadians have better odds of improving their lives, some say that notion has become a myth
Skeptics accused the Obama administration of cooking unemployment data when the rate dropped to 7.8 percent. Now Gallup says it's even lower
As its ratings slump, the venerable cable news outlet is recruiting the hard-drinking, outspoken Travel Channel host to diversify its offerings
DARPA wants its next generation of machines to run, jump, and climb like ninjas, but they're not quite there yet
Republicans and Democrats are vowing to make compromises to tackle huge problems. Skeptics cannot help but scoff
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