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  A Chicago family says members of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast were real louts during a boozy trip to a Caribbean resort. Yolanda Martinez and some of her relatives filed a lawsuit Monday in New York. They say Teresa Guidice from the...

Chicago family sues 'Real Housewives of NJ' cast

Updated: 6/14/2011 10:36 AM

  Seven-year-old Daniel Jania doesn't know how lucky he is. When he gets home from school, his mother will be waiting to serve him a piece of homemade plum cake, or a fruit-filled blintz. Just like her mother did for her.

Inverness mom keeps Polish traditions alive

Updated: 6/15/2011 08:34 AM

  Michelle Obama wants to see more stories of military families on TV and in movies, so she came to Hollywood to do something about it. The first lady met with members of the writers, producers, directors and actors unions at the Writers Guild Theater...

First lady seeks Hollywood's support for military families

Updated: 6/14/2011 08:14 AM

  Jeff Benedict's "Poisoned," an exploration of the 1990s meat contamination case that brought Jack in the Box to its knees, reveals the personal costs to families whose children ate bad hamburgers, but also the medical sleuthing, legal maneuvering,...

‘Poisoned' explores deadly fast-food contamination

Updated: 6/13/2011 03:48 PM

  A top counterterrorism official says terrorist groups do not yet have the technical skills to launch a major cyber attack against the United States.

US official says terrorists lack Internet skills

Updated: 6/14/2011 04:21 PM

  The suspected leader of a Colombian cocaine cartel had planned to plead guilty Tuesday to a drug conspiracy charge, but opted at the last minute to go to trial instead because the deal prosecutors offered meant he would likely die in prison.

Suspected drug kingpin nixes plea deal in Miami

Updated: 6/14/2011 01:41 PM

  Among academics who track the behavior of young adults and teens, there's a touchy debate: Should the word "entitled" be used when talking about today's younger people? Are they overconfident in themselves?

Study: More college freshmen feel 'above average'

Updated: 6/14/2011 12:59 PM

  The Illinois State Police on Tuesday denied any racial bias in deciding when to ask permission to search cars during traffic stops and defended the searches as an effective law-enforcement tool.

State police reject bias claim

Updated: 6/14/2011 06:42 PM

  Work has started on converting more than 600 state highway department trucks and cargo vans so that they run on propane and use what officials predict will be about 500,000 fewer gallons of gasoline or diesel fuel a year.

Some 600 Indiana highway trucks switching to propane

Updated: 6/14/2011 11:39 AM

  As of Tuesday, June 14, 2011, at least 4,460 members of the U.S. military had died in the Iraq war since it began in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.

US military deaths in Iraq war at 4,460

Updated: 6/14/2011 11:16 AM

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