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After a week of controversy, Starbucks announced its baristas will no longer write “Race Together” on customers’ cups, however the CEO says the initiative will continue on as planned.
Here are the biggest upsets from the early rounds of the NCAA tournament.
Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz is set to formally announce a run for president in 2016.
A young boy from Canada struggling with bullies and Asperger’s Syndrome gets some large support from celebrities and politicians on his 13th birthday, after his mother rallied for him on social media.
A young entrepreneur believes the pen is mightier than the allowance. Anna Williams, 14, is in her 5th year of business as a penmaker, and has sold more than 200 handmade pens in the last year. Lauren Lyster reports on the entrepreneur.
Human remains were found near the home of a family that has been missing since last May
In the sales business, it's often said that customers should be treated like royalty. A growing number of car dealerships are taking that idea to a whole new level. Kristine Johnson reports.
There was an outpouring of grief for seven children, all siblings, who were killed over the weekend in Brooklyn in one of New York's deadliest fires in years. Their father broke down in tears at the Orthodox Jewish service. Jericka Duncan is in Brooklyn with the latest.
Lawyers for eccentric millionaire scion Robert Durst will try to get him released from a New Orleans jail tomorrow, arguing he's been unlawfully imprisoned. Durst awaits a trial in California for the murder of a friend. Omar Villafranca reports on how the prosecution's case may not be a slam dunk.
Authorities are still trying to determine the motive behind a violent machete attack at New Orleans International airport. It started in a security-line Friday night, and ended when the attacker was shot multiple times. As Don Dahler reports, the arsenal of weapons found in the man's luggage has lead to more questions.
In a weekend of upsets, the No. 7 seeded Shockers took advantage of several offensive opportunities to beat the Jayhawks 78-65 and get a shot at Notre Dame
The fight, involving a store employee and several suspects also injured a police officer, who was shot in the leg
Anna Williams, 14, uses unique material in her handcrafted writing utensils and demand keeps her busy
Bodies of young siblings from Orthodox Jewish community who died in house fire to be flown to Israel for burial
Officials say home was set ablaze after chopper rammed it; injuries still unclear
Police grilled about events leading up to a bloody confrontation between a black honors student and law enforcement outside a bar
Seventh-seeded Spartans, led by Travis Trice's 23 points, take down favored Cavaliers; now both No. 1 and 2 seeds from same region out
Company's diversity and racial inequality campaign had sparked widespread criticism in the week since it took effect
The star NFL rookie linebacker answers critics on "Face the Nation" who accused him of making a cash grab by playing just one year
Dozens of law enforcement personnel are working intensely to figure out whether Otis Byrd's death was a suicide or murder, FBI agent says