|Secret Service let armed former convict ride in an elevator with Obama|
|The latest embarrassment for the Secret Service comes after agency Director Julie Pierson testified at a House hearing.|
|CDC confirms first case of Ebola in US|
|The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States Tuesday.|
|NASA images reveal shocking scale of Aral Sea disaster|
|A series of NASA satellite images has revealed the shocking decline of water levels in the Aral Sea, a massive environmental disaster dubbed “the quiet Chernobyl.”|
|What you need to know about Ebola|
|Important facts that you need to know about Ebola.|
|‘She was a rich broker’: Suspect in murder of Arkansas realtor offers insight into motive|
|Authorities in Arkansas recovered the body of realtor Beverly Carter late Monday.|
|Pennsylvania state trooper fatally shot in gun training accident|
|Pennsylvania State Police say that a trooper who was accidentally shot during a gun safety exercise Tuesday has died.|
|Reporter claims she was told not to talk to crowd at Michelle Obama event|
|Meg Kissinger, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, posted on Facebook that she was “creeped out” after she was told by a White House aide and an aide for Burke not to speak with people attending the Monday event.|
|Archaeologist believes he's found 'Dracula's dungeon'|
|An archaeologist who has been part of the restoration and excavation effort at Turkey's Tokat Castle believes he has uncovered the dungeons where Vlad the Impaler was once held.|
|To eat this 8,000-calorie breakfast, you'll need to sign a waiver|
|Think you're a big eater?|
|Chiefs safety hit with penalty after end zone prayer|
|A Kansas City Chiefs safety was hit with an sportsmanlike conduct penalty during Monday night's thrashing of the New England Patriots after bowing to pray in the end zone after intercepting a pass from Tom Brady.|
|Is Carrie Underwood trading country music for Christian?|
|Expect Carrie Underwoods new single Something in the Water to clean up come 2015 awards season.|
|Decision to let cop killer Abu-Jamal give commencement speech 'despicable,' widow says|
|Convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal has been selected as the commencement speaker for a Vermont college, a “despicable” decision that should be reversed, the Philadelphia officer’s widow told FoxNews.com on Tuesday.|
|Caffeine-infused underwear not a weight loss aid, US regulators say|
|Bras, girdles and leggings infused with caffeine and sold as weight loss aids were more decaf than espresso, and the companies that sold them have agreed to refund money to customers and pull their ads, U.S. regulators said on Monday.|
|KFC apologizes for banning wet wipes at halal restaurant|
|KFC says wet wipes was a misunderstanding.|
|Ford confirms increased aluminum use on next-gen Super Duty pickups|
|Ford’s heavy duty trucks are lightening up.|
|Mysterious Colorado rock formation may be result of 'natural fracking'|
|An ancient, catastrophic flood or earthquake may explain how a bewildering rock formation in Colorado's Rocky Mountains formed, a new study finds|
|Scientist unlocks da Vinci painting's secrets|
|Among Leonardo da Vinci's most famous paintings is a portrait of a woman holding an ermine, but a new analysis shows there's a lot more to it than that.|
|Kawasaki reveals most powerful motorcycle ever|
|So fast, it's not street legal.|
|Massive container ships collide near Suez Canal|
|A collision involving two massive container ships near the Suez Canal on Monday sent containers tumbling into the sea, snarling traffic for hours on the one of the world’s busiest trade routes.|
|Minnesota hunter armed with knife kills 525-pound black bear during attack|
|A Minnesota man managed to kill a 525-pound black bear with a knife after the injured bear attacked a group of hunters early Saturday morning.|
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