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Wrongfully imprisoned man gets free trip to Super Bowl

When Ryan Ferguson and his dad travel this week to Glendale, Arizona, for the Super Bowl, it will be a bucket-list experience. And yet for them it will be so much more.

Package containing dog poop shuts down Sacramento County tax board

A supposed prank on the Franchise Tax Board in Sacramento prompted a very serious response.

Dallas children's hospital gets 'Robot Doctor'

You've got to admit, robots can do a lot of cool stuff. But have you seen a robot doctor? Folks at Children's Medical are doing the robot. Meet RP-VITA, or as the kids call him, 'Zippy.'

'Historic' blizzard costs fliers big bucks

Blizzards cost airlines a ton of money -- but they actually hit passengers harder.

VIDEO: Time-lapse of blizzard over Statue of Liberty

Video (above) shows snow falling on Statue of Liberty in New York from 8 a.m. January 26 through 8 a.m. January 27, 2015.

NFL (officially) comes to YouTube

The NFL has finally come to YouTube. Well, at least officially. On Monday the NFL announced a new partnership with YouTube that will bring official content to the popular streaming video site.

Residents in northeast hunker down in face of 'historic' storm

Manhattan is a ghost town. The Boston Common is buried in white. The New England coastline is being whipped by near hurricane-force winds and waves. Welcome to the blizzard of 2015.

Man loses Super Bowl pass because of Facebook post

It was a dream job for longtime Arizona sports fan Russ Knight - a chance to work at the Super Bowl. But that dream turned into nightmare, because of a seemingly innocent Facebook post on the Internet.

Ex-employee of Fox-owned station commits suicide outside corporate HQ

A former employee of a Fox-owned television station committed suicide on Monday in front of the 21st Century Fox corporate headquarters in Midtown Manhattan.

U.S. deficit to 'hold steady' until 2018

Solid economic growth over the next few years should help keep the annual federal deficit at a very modest level until 2018. But after that, the deficit will start growing again.