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Google says it's still learning as it implements ruling from European Union's top court
Drought, overseas demand drives up prices of burgers, steaks
The world's largest and first underground trampoline has opened in an enormous cave in Wales, England. It's roughly the size of two basketball courts. Alphonso van Marsh reports.
The sky's the limit for members of Presidio Rocket Club -- thanks to their teacher
Hot dog champ proposed to his longtime girlfriend before winning July Fourth contest
The Nathan's Hot Dog Eating contest is a Fourth of July tradition going back 99 years. Joey Chestnut finished 61 franks winning the competition for the 8th year in a row. The women's race was won by rookie Miki Sudo from Las Vegas. She polished off 34 dogs and upset the two-time champ. Ko Im reports.
Blue Bird is recalling more than 2,500 All American school buses and some transit buses to fix a problem that could make steering more difficult
An Arkansas woman now the oldest confirmed living American and second-oldest person in the world
Fourth of July celebrations across the United States
Wheaton College can avoid, for now, complying with provisions that school says would violate its religious beliefs; 3 female justices dissent
The best images from the week's news, June 27 - July 4, 2014
Blaze forces cancellation of a Fourth of July parade and prompts mandatory evacuation of 200 homes in Julian, Calif.
A California Highway Patrol officer is being accused of excessive force after cellphone video of him beating a woman who does not appear to resist was uploaded to YouTube
Murrieta mayor a hero to those seeking stronger immigration policies with his criticism of feds' efforts to handle thousands of immigrants
Foster Farms issues recall for 170 chicken products after being linked to outbreak of antibiotic-resistant strain of salmonella
First hurricane of the 2014 Atlantic season hits East coast
Holiday drivers should be aware of road drowsiness, a phenomenon almost as dangerous as drunk driving, CDC warns
Tiny fish bring massive opportunity for American whale watchers, and scientists trying to solve a mystery of the deep
Earl Hargrove has crafted floats for the country's biggest political parade for the last 65 years, and his memories are on display at the American Celebration on Parade
Strong, blinding winds, heavy downpours knock out power to thousands, ground flights