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VIDEO: Reporter faints on-air
A reporter for KUTV in Salt Lake City fainted during a live shot about skiing, and the video has gone viral.
The Internet's most variously spelled word
This past summer, the "Today" show used its Twitter account to share some news about the birth of an unusually heavy child. Along with a link to its story about the immense infant, "Today" included for its more than 2 million followers this brief note: "Woah baby! 13-lb. 7-oz. baby delivered in Spain."
Louisville standout is a player with two personalities
Chane Behanan proved a gifted athlete in his first two seasons at the Louisville, but the standout forward hasn't always been able to replicate that success elsewhere. On Monday his promising college basketball career ended abruptly.
The 12 months of fitness, starting now
The holiday parties are over, and now many Americans are setting fitness goals for the new year.
10 resolutions you might fail at this year
Starting in the new year, roughly 45 percent of Americans will make new commitments but only eight percent will achieve their goals.
At Christmas, bringing light in darkness
That light triumphs over the dark is a promise kept in celestial rhythms and celebrated since ancient times. It's also a promise that Christians also observe in the celebration of the birth of Christ.
Supreme Court's year ends with plural marriage
Deck the halls, then book several: Plural marriage is now legal in the state of Utah, just in time for the holidays. We have the Supreme Court's landmark same- sex marriage decision to thank for it.
Graze fights General Mills to become the Netflix of snacks
Americans may soon get their snacks the same way they rent movies.
Graze.com, which has been selling personalized, mail-order boxes of snacks in Britain for five years, plans a major U.S. push in January, funded by its majority owner, private- equity firm Carlyle Group.
VIDEO: Busy season at the post office
The post office faces the year's busiest days as it delivers billions of pieces of mail and millions of packages during the holiday season. Monday was expected to be the busiest mail day. It's expected to handle the most packages on Thursday.
VIDEO: Make your own evergreen decorations
Martha Stewart uses trimmings from an evergreen to make holiday decorations.
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