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China Ivory Carving Ban A 'Symbolic' Move: Wildlife Group

Beijing has imposed a one-year ban on imports of ivory carvings as critics say rising Chinese demand threatens African elephants with extinction, but campaigners described the move as "more symbolic than effective" Friday

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Will Smith Ready to Collaborate With Kanye West

The 'Focus' actor reveals his desire to return to the sound studio with one of music's most controversial names. Take a look!

The Pros And Cons Of Investing In Gold

Gold might be a glittering temptation for investors looking to fatten their investment returns with a relatively safe commodity, but it's far from foolproof

Manziel Taking A Step In The Right Direction

Mark Brunell and Damien Woody react to Browns coach Mike Pettine's statement that the Cleveland is still looking for a starting quarterback.

Why Your Latte Spills Less Than Coffee

Researchers led by a team from Princeton University have found that a layer of bubbles or foam on top of a liquid--like the kind found on a latte--help keep it from sloshing by a factor of ten due to friction with the container.

Gossip Girl' Star Kelly Rutherford Dishes on Possible Movie

Gossip Girl's Kelly Rutherford talks about a possible movie. Also, our panel dishes on Oscars 2015 Fashion.

Anthony Mason, rugged forward of 1990s Knicks, dies at 48

Anthony Mason, beloved bruiser for 1990s Knicks teams, has died; rugged forward was 48

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Venezuela officials detain, free 4 North Dakota missionaries

Venezuelan authorities free 4 North Dakota missionaries who were detained, questioned

Skin Damage From The Sun Can Continue In The Dark

Yale University-based research has found that damage to melanin-producing skin cells can continue hours after initial sun exposure, even in the dark.

Harsher Penalties For Deadly Street Racing Proposed

A new proposal would place harsher penalties on those involved in deadly street racing and hit-and-run crashes in Los Angeles.

Judge: Man competent for trial in killings of 3 at meeting

Judge: Defendant competent to stand trial in 2013 shootings at municipal meeting that killed 3

Americans Prefer Security to Success

Despite The Pew Charitable Trusts reporting that Americans' financial confidence is at its best in years, the key results of a 7,000-household survey still show a snake-bitten public.

Blind dog rescued after being lost for 2 weeks in the cold

Blind dog rescued in good health after wandering away from home during cold snap 2 weeks ago

Is Utah Ready for Rematch Against Arizona?

Sports Illustrated's Seth Davis previews the matchup when the No. 13 ranked Utah Utes welcome the No. 7 ranked Arizona Wildcats to the Huntsman Center.