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Final Goodbye: Roll Call of Some Who Died in 2014

By Bernard McGhee | Dec 18
Here is a roll call of some of the people who died in 2014.

The Soundtrack of Your Workout

By Stephen Mosher | Dec 18
There is a pulsating, motivating musical soundtrack to guide everyone through his or her workout. But what's the real truth behind the phenomenon of soundtracking your workout?

'Duck Dynasty' Star 'Trying to Figure Out' If Gays Are Really Born This Way

By Jason St. Amand | Dec 18
A year after "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson's anti-gay comments, the reality star's son, Willie Robertson, said he's "trying to figure out" if being gay is a choice or not.

Obama Reignites Political Debate Over Cuba

By Ken Thomas and Steve Peoples | Dec 18
The surprising move by Obama to restore U.S. ties with Cuba reignited long-simmering political passions over the fate of the island nation, reinforcing yet another difference between Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republicans eyeing the White House.

Murder of LA Transwoman Marks a Dozen This Year

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 18
The Los Angeles Police Department are investigating the murder of Deshawnda Sanchez, who was shot and killed in South Los Angeles on December 3. The murder marks a dozen transgender people murdered this year.

Study: Shared Parenting After Separation Benefits Children

By EDGE | Dec 18
After decades of child development research, this year, three different groups of experts reached the same sweeping conclusion: shared parenting after parental separation or divorce has substantial positive effects on the development of children.

Good Job? Good Home? Good Luck

By Josh Boak | Dec 18
Around the country, areas with the strongest job markets increasingly have some of the costliest homes. And areas with the most affordable homes lack a solid base of middle class jobs that attract workers.

U.S. Travel Industry Carefully Eyeing Cuba Tourism

By Scott Mayerowitz | Dec 18
President Barack Obama's announcement of plans to re-establish diplomatic ties with Cuba doesn't suddenly lift the ban on U.S. tourism. It does, however, give hope to airlines, hotel chains and cruise companies.

McDonald's in Japan Rations Fries

By Elaine Kurtenbach | Dec 18
Only small fries with that? McDonald's in Japan is limiting the serving size of fries as stocks run short due to labor disruptions on the U.S. West Coast.

How Kim Jong Un Became the Target of 'The Interview'

By Jake Coyle | Dec 18
After a devastating hacking attack on Sony Pictures and threats of terrorist attacks when "The Interview" was set to open in theaters on Christmas Day, Sony canceled the release of Rogen's film on Wednesday.

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