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Check Out The Squatty Potty In 'The Greatest Viral Ad In Internet History'

Dec 2
Cheeky humor pervades in this clever ad for a product you never knew you might need, but you will likely never forget...especially when you eat soft-serve ice cream.

Giving the Gift of Home

By Jill Gleeson | Dec 2
Tired of handing out unexceptional presents that you just know get consigned to the back of the hall closet come January? Check out our list of goodies guaranteed to make great gifts.

Planned Parenthood Slams GOP Over Colorado Shooting

Dec 2
Planned Parenthood criticized Republican leaders for "hateful speech" it says provoked the shooting at a clinic in Colorado on Friday.

Geneticist Jennifer Doudna on Paving a Path for Women in Science

Dec 2
Doudna, credited with developing the gene-editing CRISPR technology, opens up to "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell.

'12 Days of Christmas' Items Top $34K, Up 0.6 Percent

By Joe Mandak | Dec 2
The cost of 10 lords a-leaping increased 3 percent over last year, but nine of the other 12 gifts listed in the carol "The Twelve Days of Christmas" stayed the same price as last year.

NY Program Uses Phone Calls, Text Messages to Teach English

By Deepti Hajela | Dec 2
A unique pilot English language learning program offered by New York state that works through phone calls and text messages.

'Sting Trailers' Offer Glimpse Into World of Cargo Thieves

By Dave Collins | Dec 2
Cargo theft has become a huge problem that the FBI says causes $15 billion to $30 billion in losses each year in the U.S. Law enforcement and the insurance industry are fighting back by tempting thieves with "sting trailers."

National Board of Review Names 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Best Film Of The Year

Dec 1
The National Board of Review threw a fireball into Hollywood's awards season, naming the rollicking apocalyptic adventure "Mad Max: Fury Road" the best film of 2015.

Israel to Begin Enlisting HIV-Positive Soldiers

By Tia Goldenberg | Dec 1
The Israeli military said Tuesday it will begin enlisting soldiers who are HIV-positive, in a policy shift putting the country at the forefront of military inclusivity toward people with the virus that causes AIDS.

U.S. State Department Statement on World AIDS Day 2015

Dec 1
The U.S. State Department issued a statement on World AIDS Day.

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