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6 p.m. update: Parents of missing Christiansburg teen pray for safe return home

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'Draft' picks: Seattle vs. New England beers

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The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks hail from two of the finest craft beer regions in the U.S.

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Man finds his stolen dog during search for new pet

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Deciding to move on after his beloved German shepherd was stolen from his backyard 18 months ago wasn't easy for Richard Brower.

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How Ink Global is building an inflight empire

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The front pocket of an airline seat may seem an unlikely place to find a winning business model, but the slender space in front of the laminated safety card has been a goldmine for the UK publisher Ink Global for the better part of 20 years.

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Alabama judge warns gov against gay marriage

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Alabama's Supreme Court chief justice hand delivered a letter to Gov. Robert Bentley on Tuesday urging him to oppose the "tyranny" of federal court rulings that have used "specious pretexts" to rule against same-sex marriage bans.

"As of this date, 44...

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Boomerang home buyers are coming back

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Millions of Americans who lost their homes during the foreclosure crisis are now poised to become homeowners again.

That's according to a new report from RealtyTrac, which estimates that 7.3 million so-called "boomerang buyers" will return to the U.S...

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Poverty: A growing problem in America's schools

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The majority of children in America's public schools now are low-income. And that has major implications for the future of the nation's workforce.

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US economy misses its mark at end of 2014

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The U.S. economy gained steam last year, but it closed out the year with a big disappointment, raising more questions about 2015.

America's economy grew only 2.6% in the final three months of the year, much lower than the estimate of 3.3%.

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