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For a third time, Tank the tortoise has been returned home

Tank trekked about two miles away from his enclosure last week after escaping from a vet's office in Andreas, Pa. He made it to the same area where he was found the last two times he got out.

It's hard for consumers who aren't tech savvy to access digital coupons

Digital coupons may be difficult for some consumers to get if they don't have smart phones or the internet. Consumer advocates say that means only the tech savvy can save on deals.

After nearly 3 decades a suspect is charged in Tupac Shakur's murder

Nearly three decades after Tupac Shakur was shot to death on the Las Vegas strip, a well-known suspect has been charged with his murder, and is set to appear in court Wednesday.

Vatican meeting considers topics from women in ministry to LGBTQ+ Catholics

Catholic leaders are beginning a month-long meeting to discuss the church's relationship to laity. Among the topics: women in ministry and being more welcoming of divorced and LGBTQ+ Catholics.

3 decades of debate: What category does 'A Nightmare Before Christmas' fall into?

Tim Burton's A Nightmare Before Christmas celebrates its 30th anniversary this holiday season. So is it a Halloween movie or a Christmas classic?

Armenia scrambles to absorb the flood of refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh

More than 100,000 ethnic Armenians have fled from Azerbaijan to Armenia. The country is struggling with the sudden loss of the self-declared autonomous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.

McCarthy out as House speaker after Democrats joined 8 Republicans to remove him

Members of the House have voted to remove Kevin McCarthy as speaker. Rep. Patrick McHenry is temporarily in his seat, but it's unclear who the next speaker will be.

Workers at Kaiser Permanent are poised to go out on strike

More than 75,000 health care workers at Kaiser Permanente are set to walk off the job, spurred by a staffing crisis they say has deteriorated the quality of patient care and employees' well-being.