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Good news for coffee drinkers

People who drink coffee daily, even up to four cups per day, are less likely to die from heart disease, neurological disease, type 2 diabetes or suicide than others, according to a new study.


WATCH: Black Friday myths that cost you cash

The secrets of holiday shopping revealed.


Bloomingdale’s ‘spiked eggnog’ ad sparks outrage on social media

A holiday advertisement by Bloomingdale's that encourages drink spiking was trending heavily on social media, with some critics saying the image promotes date rape.


Hershey Kisses are getting a little healthier

Kisses and chocolate bars are losing their artificial flavors and adding real sugar as Hershey looks to cater to a growing demand for less-processed food.


Fear of Friday the 13th goes beyond Camp Crystal Lake

Tracking down the origin of our fear of Friday the 13th isn't easy.


Joe’s Crab Shack tests no tipping policy

National seafood chain Joe's Crab Shack has dipped its toes into fresh waters with a test program to remove tipping from more than a dozen of its restaurants.


Photographers capture landmarks, skylines for Blue Angels

Five petty officers have landed jobs that offer a viewpoint few people have - flying in the backseat of F-18 fighter.


Toy makers are dreaming of a ‘green’ Christmas

The U.S. toy industry is expected to have its strongest year in at least a decade after several years of kids choosing videogames and mobile apps over Barbie and stuffed bears.


More people expected to shop on Thanksgiving … without leaving home

This year's Black Friday forecast predicts many of us will be shopping without leaving the couch.


The skies are going to be crowded this Thanksgiving

U.S. carriers are expected to fly 25.3 million passengers worldwide from Friday, Nov. 20, through Tuesday, Dec. 1.

eople are silhouetted as they pose with laptops in front of a screen projected with a Google logo, in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 29, 2014.

Google will let artificial intelligence reply to your email

Google is putting a different twist on the concept of "automated reply."


Americans becoming less religious

Americans are becoming less religious, judging by such markers as church attendance, prayer and belief in God, and the trend is more pronounced among young adults, according to a poll released on Tuesday.


Coming soon to a doorstep near you: Google drones

Google and Inc are among a growing number of companies that intend to make package delivery by drone a reality

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Bono, Clooney, Kardashian part of all-star campaign for AIDS

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Mexican Beatles fans attempt costume record


Music fans in Mexico sought to break the world record for gathering together the largest number of people dressed as members of iconic band The Beatles.

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Adele’s ’25’ continues to smash records


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