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Kids' fast-food habits haven't budged in the past 15 years, a study by the CDC finds. The marketing, cost and taste of fast food still seem to have a hold on America's youth.

Republican presidential candidates debated a number of issues last night in California. Some of their claims didn't quite hold up under scrutiny.

When men and women who have been in heterosexual marriages come out of the closet, it can be traumatic for the spouse. The partners left behind often find themselves wondering where to turn for help.

Oklahoma set a state record last year with more than 5,000 earthquakes. This year, the state is poised to have even more. Now oil and gas regulators have taken notice and are working to curb them.

Caryl Johnson calls herself a priest but technically she was excommunicated after being ordained. Johnson is one of many many Catholic women who see a gap between what they believe and church dogma.

The American Red Cross allegedly did not fully cooperate with a government investigation of its performance and finances. Now investigators and a congressman want the charity's books open for audits.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to update the Nehru Memorial Museum, honoring India's first prime minister, to include his own achievements. Critics say it's an effort to undermine Nehru's legacy.

There's a lot at stake for Carly Fiorina at tonight's Republican debate. She joins 10 men on stage, including Donald Trump, who was recently quoted making negative comments about her face.

In the past two decades, the small-but-growing Asian-American vote has shifted dramatically in presidential elections.

Ferenc Gyurcsany, Hungary's prime minister from 2004 to 2009, and his wife have opened their home to give Syrian migrants "one normal night." A new law criminalizing such actions won't stop them.




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