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Oil markets, strong production means lower gas prices

The average national price of a regular gallon of gasoline has dropped 4 cents in the last two weeks.

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Islamic State posts ‘hit list’ of U.S. military personnel

ISIS has posted what it says are the names, addresses, and photos of 100 American service members, and called upon its "brothers residing in America" to kill them.

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10 FOR TODAY: Monday, March 23

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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Cruz enlists Christians for ’16 White House bid

Casting himself as the leader of a grassroots army, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is the first major figure to jump into the presidential race.

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Making headlines this week

A look at some of this week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.

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Apples that don’t brown? GMO potatoes, apples heading to grocery stores

The FDA has approved genetically engineered potatoes and apples as safe to eat.

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Schools nationwide struggle with substitute teacher shortage

School districts are scrambling to fill positions, with some raising pay as they try to attract more applicants as the economy improves.

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Budget spat leaves House GOP leaders facing new discord

The struggle pits Republicans who want a more robust military against those bent on cutting spending.

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A year later, scars of deadliest U.S. landslide remain fresh

A rain-soaked hillside collapsed suddenly on March 22, 2014, sending 18 million tons of sand and soil thundering across a river valley north of Seattle.

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Islamic State says it killed tourists in Tunisia

Twenty foreign tourists were shot dead in an attack which Islamic State militants called "the first drop of the rain."

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Eclipse sweeps across Atlantic, visible only from remote islands

A solar eclipse swept across the Atlantic Ocean on Friday with the moon set to block out the sun.

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10 FOR TODAY: Friday, March 20

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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Prosecutors use blood, DNA to show bomber’s active role

Prosecutors are using DNA and blood to try and prove that Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his brother both played prominent roles in the 2013 attacks.

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GOP defense hawks, fiscal conservatives battle over budget

The latest political battle over a budget blueprint in Congress has Republicans facing off against other Republicans.

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Poll: Many see negative impact if court nixes Obamacare aid

Most Americans are unaware of a Supreme Court case that could unravel President Barack Obama's health care law.

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Obama to sign order cutting government’s greenhouse gas emissions

Obama has made fighting climate change a top priority in his final two years in office.

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10 FOR TODAY: Thursday, March 19

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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Democratic support for Hillary Clinton cools

Support for Clinton's candidacy has dropped about 15 percentage points since mid February among Democrats, according to a new poll.

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Fed opens door for rate hike, downgrades economic outlook

The Federal Reserve is a step closer to its first rate hike since 2006.

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Kraft recalls 6.5M boxes of mac and cheese that may contain metal

At least eight customers have found small metal fragments in their mac and cheese, the company says.

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Easy April Fools’ Day pranks

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Looking for a quick and easy way to pull a fast one? Check out these perfect pranks for kids, coworkers, and friends.

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Willie Nelson announces lineup for July 4 picnic

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The legendary musician is bringing his picnic back to Austin, Texas.

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Robin Williams’ image cannot be used for 25 years

Actor and comedian Robin Williams poses during a press tour promoting his new movie "License To Wed" in Santa Monica, Calif., Friday, June 15, 2007.

The "Mrs. Doubtfire" star will not appear in any form of publicity until 2039.

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Music festivals ban ‘selfie sticks’

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You'll just have to have long arms if you're taking a selfie at Coachella or Lollapalooza.

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Dolly Parton credits road trips with keeping marriage alive

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RV trips and the simple life are what keeps the country star's 50-year marriage fresh.