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Bobby Brown's Lawyer: Bobbi Kristina Brown has Opened Eyes

NEWS | Apr 21
Bobby Brown's lawyer issued a statement Monday saying the singer's daughter has "opened her eyes" nearly three months after being found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Georgia home.

Arkansas Cities Push Back Against Laws Cast As Anti-Gay

NEWS | By Andrew DeMillo | Apr 21
After the state faced widespread backlash over measures critics cast as anti-gay, several Arkansas cities worried about the economic fallout are challenging the new laws by expanding their anti-discrimination protections.

Wisconsin Same-Sex Couple Asks Court to Order Both Names on Child's Birth Certificate

NEWS | Apr 21
A same-sex couple who sued for the right to marry in Wisconsin wants a federal judge to mandate that both parents' names appear on their children's birth certificates.

US Supreme Court Won't Hear Oregon Gay Marriage Case

NEWS | Apr 21
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear an attempt to reverse a federal judge's decision that allowed gays and lesbians to begin marrying in Oregon.

AC/DC Drummer Phil Rudd Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Kill

NEWS | By Nick Perry | Apr 21
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd pleaded guilty in a New Zealand court Tuesday to a charge of threatening to kill a man who used to work for him. He also pleaded guilty to possessing methamphetamine and marijuana.

Lily Pulitzer Flash Sale Overwhelms Target

STYLE | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Apr 21
Target shoppers found out this weekend that when stores make deals to carry merchandise from high-end designers for a limited time, it can be, well, really limiting.

Bush Preparing to Delegate Many Campaign Tasks to Super PAC

NEWS | By Thomas Beaumont | Apr 21
Jeb Bush is preparing to embark on an experiment in presidential politics: delegating many of the nuts-and-bolts tasks of seeking the White House to a separate political organization that can raise unlimited amounts of campaign cash.

Court Sentences Ousted Egypt President to 20 Years in Prison

NEWS | By Maggie Michael | Apr 21
An Egyptian criminal court on Tuesday sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison on charges linked to the killing of protesters in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country's first freely elected leader.

Amid Optimism, US-Cuba Relations Challenge Baseball Players

NEWS | By Ricardo Zuniga | Apr 21
Since the U.S. and Cuba began 2015 with steps to improve rocky relations, baseball players and their families now navigate those choices and life changes through uncharted political waters.

Arkansas Cities Push Back Against Laws Cast as Anti-Gay

NEWS | By Andrew DeMillo | Apr 21
After the state faced widespread backlash over measures critics cast as anti-gay, several Arkansas cities worried about the economic fallout are challenging the new laws by expanding their anti-discrimination protections.

Organic Products Soar in Spite of High Prices

STYLE | By Mary Clare Jalonick | Apr 21
The higher price of organic foods and other products doesn't seem to be deterring consumers: Sales jumped 11 percent last year, an industry report says.

Tesla Boosts Range, Power and Price of Low-End Model S

BUSINESS | By Tom Krisher | Apr 21
Electric car maker Tesla Motors is going after mainstream luxury car buyers by adding all-wheel-drive and more range and power to the base version of its only model.

New In Travel: Dogs, Men in Heels, Disney River Cruises

TRAVEL | Apr 21
From dog-friendly vacations in Colorado to "the curious history of men in heels" at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, this season's travel trends are literally all over the map.

Bachmann: Obama's Policies on Gays and Iran to Bring on Rapture

NEWS | Apr 20
Question: If the rapture happens before Memorial Day, is it OK to wear white?

Desisa Wins 119th Boston Marathon; Rotich Takes Women's Race

NEWS | By Jimmy Golen | Apr 20
Lelisa Desisa earned his second Boston Marathon title Monday, finishing in 2 hours, 9 minutes, 17 seconds, the $150,000 first prize and a winner's medal to replace the one he donated to the city two years ago in memory of the bombing victims

Doerr, Guirgis Among Pulitzer Winners In Arts

ENTERTAINMENT | By Hillel Italie | Apr 20
Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See," a World War II novel that has been one of the top-selling literary works of the past year, has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.


News

'MILF Gone Wild': Mother of Five Arrested After Hosting Teen Sex Party

By EDGE | Apr 20
An evening of debauchery with teenagers that involved alcohol, marijuana, naked twister and a sex toy demonstration, landed a 35-year-old mother of five in jail.


Entertainment

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Ghoulies & Ghoulies II

By Ken Tasho | Apr 21
After the successful outing featuring those cute but mischievous set of furry monsters known as "Gremlins a whole slew of cheap knock-offs came on the film market quickly. One such imitator can now be seen as a Blu-ray double-feature from the Scream Factory folks.


Business

Safety Chief Wants to Cap Big Rig Speeds to Fix Tire Problem

By Meghan Barr, Tom Krisher | Apr 20
The nation's highway safety chief says his agency will push for quick action on a regulation requiring electronic speed limiters on big rigs. It may also contact states about speed limits that are higher than commercial truck tires are designed to handle.


Technology

Making a Fabric that Can Charge Your Electronics

Apr 18
Scientists are developing a fabric that can charge your electronic devices. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on how it works.


Finance

Fly the Coop: Helping Your Kids Buy a Home

Apr 18
Rising prices and a dearth of homes for sale in many markets have made it harder for many looking to buy their first home. Some parents are stepping in to help their kids


Cars

US Safety Agency May Reopen Jeep Fire Investigation

Apr 17
The U.S. government's highway safety agency may reopen an investigation into Jeep gas tanks that can rupture and cause fires in rear-end crashes, the agency's top official said.


Style

New England Winter Pushes Back Gardening Season

By Lisa Rathke | Apr 20
The historic barrage of snow and cold that struck New England this winter has pushed back the gardening season and left behind damaged bushes, trees and greenhouses - and gardeners clamoring to get their hands in the dirt.


Health/Fitness

Trans People Face High Costs to Transition

By Sasha Lekach | Apr 19
Trans men and women struggle with the medical and other costs of their transition so they can physically present themselves, not as the gender they were born into, but as the gender with which they identify.


Nightlife

Rosie O'Donnell, Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, Audra McDonald and more in PTown this Summer

By EDGE | Apr 16
The Broadway @ The Art House series returns to its annual summer home for its fifth season with another lineup of Broadway's brightest stars, some performances feature the series' long-time host and Sirius XM radio star Seth Rudetsky at piano.