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President Barack Obama is calling for a one-third reduction of the world's nuclear stockpiles. Speaking at Berlin's iconic Brandenburg Gate, he says he intends to seek negotiated cuts with Russia to move beyond a Cold War nuclear posture.
We've seen cats open doors. We've seen dogs open doors. But have you ever seen a snake open a door? This python can.
A man killed in a fiery car crash in Hollywood on Tuesday was award-winning journalist Michael Hastings, his employer said.
General Keith Alexander says two recently disclosed surveillance programs on international communications are critical in the terrorism fight.
Lil Wayne sparked a controversy when he stepped on an American flag during the filming of his new music video, but the rapper later said it was a mistake and unintentional.
Britney Spears recorded a new song for the "The Smurfs 2," and her sons Sean Preston and Jayden will make a cameo in the music video.
In Liverpool, England, a "duck bus" -- which is supposed to be amphibious -- sank while full of tourists.
Responding to an interview question in Sunday's Miss USA Pageant, Miss Utah Marissa Powell says the country needs to "create education better."
Many interns work for free. Not at Google.
A small passenger plane crashed through a hangar at the Chino, Calif. airport after the pilot apparently lost control during an engine test.
A husband who accidentally sold his wife's wedding ring at a garage sale is hoping the person who bought will bring it back.
Space weather can have a surprising impact here on Earth.
An infant girl in Kansas was recovering Monday after doctors used surgical super glue to seal a bleeding aneurysm in her brain.
A man in Canada and some of his buddies decided to try to jump their jeep over the pool. It didn't go so well.
A protester calling for the resignation of the French president interrupts the French Open by streaking across the court, half-naked and holding a flare.
There are mixed recations to the way First Lady Michelle Obama confronted a heckler at a fundraiser Tuesday.
Bambi's relatives don't wait for an invitation before crashing the party. Video cameras have captured deer wandering through stores, crashing into buses and jumping into zoo exhibits. Here's a collection of some of the best videos of deer where they don't belong.
A video of a failed ship launch has become an internet sensation.
A man who gained internet fame as "Kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker" says he's not guilty of a murder charge. Caleb McGillivary is being held in a New Jersey jail after he waived extradition following his arrest in Philadelphia.
A Florida veterinarian who fashioned a wheelchair for his pet pig has just signed a three-book publishing deal on the life and adventures of his little friend he named Chris P. Bacon.
A new study reveals that diet soda could be as bad for your teeth as meth or crack cocaine.
A fire that burned all night in Maryland is finally under control. It followed a train derailment and a massive explosion near Baltimore.
Facebook is pleding to do a better job at policing posts and images that make light of violence against women.
As the bride and groom posed for pictures with their large wedding party, the wooden dock collapsed beneath them.
Grandeur of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean Cruise ship off the Florida coast headed to the Bahamas, caught fire Monday and burned for two hours.
Barbara Garcia was being interviewed by CBS News about how she survived the destruction of her home to Monday's massive tornado in Moore, when the dog she feared dead was suddenly discovered alive in the rubble of her home.
Yahoo! has purchased Tumblr for $1.1 billion, hoping to compete more effectively with sites like Google and Facebook.
President Obama speaks on Monday's deadly Okla. tornado.
At the National Storm Prediction Center in Oklahoma, the team charged with predicting tornadoes relies on ever-changing technology to determine when and where storms may strike.
Anger has mounted online against clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch due to comments made by its chief executive and its strategy of not making women's clothing in any size above large.