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VIDEO: Mentally disabled basketball manager gets his shot
CBS's "On the Road," series reports on an act of sportsmanship and kindness that brought the mother of a mentally disabled high school basketball team manager to tears.
Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil, nuts slashes heart risk
A Mediterranean diet with extra servings of olive oil or mixed nuts reduced the risk of a first heart attack, stroke and death by almost 30 percent in less than five years, according to a study from Spanish researchers.
Indiana couple pass away within minutes of each other
After 63 years of marriage, a Kokomo, Ind., couple passed away of natural causes recently within minutes of each other after praying God would allow them to die together.
VIDEO: Federal government suing Lance Armstrong
The Justice Department announced Friday it is joining a civil suit against Lance Armstrong.
- The happiest, saddest states according to Twitter Did your state make the list? Researchers at the University of Vermont analyzed more than 10 million tweets from 2011 to find the happiest and saddest states in America.
Restaurateurs offer discounts to pistol packers
Pack a pistol and get a discount on your food? It's a deal some establishments around the country are offering to customers as a way to show their stance on gun control.
VIDEO: Witness said Kansas City explosion hit 'like a shock wave'
Witnesses in Kansas City say they felt a huge explosion that destroyed a restaurant and bar blocks away. More than a dozen people are known injured.
Man claims he saw Bigfoot on Texas river
A Texas man was cleaning graves in Port Neches, Texas, when he claims he saw two Bigfoot-like creatures standing across the river.
How does the U.S. minimum wage compare to those around the world?
In his State of the Union address this week, President Barack Obama announced that he would seek to raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. That announcement got us wondering: How does the U.S. minimum wage stack up against the minimum wage in other countries?
Kentucky wants to make hemp a cash crop again
The state Senate passed a bill approving the growing of hemp if the federal government — which currently bans the plant — legalizes its production
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