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Gov. Rick Snyder speaks at a election night party in Detroit, Mich., on Nov. 4, 2014. (Photo by Paul Sancya/AP)

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder OKs drug tests for welfare recipients

12/27/14 05:29PM

Michigan's Republican governor has signed legislation to start a pilot program that will drug test adult welfare recipients suspected of using drug in three of that state's counties. The bill, signed Friday by Governor Rick Snyder, was among several bills the governor signed the day after Christmas. read more

Thousands of police officers and others salute during the National Anthem as the funeral of New York City police officer Rafael Ramos begins at Christ Tabernacle Church in the Glendale section of Queens, where he was a member, Dec. 27, 2014, in New York.

The New York Police Department remembers one of its own

12/27/14 01:45PM

New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton posthumously appointed assassinated New York Police officer Rafael Ramos an honorary chaplain of the force's 84th Precinct during the officer's wake on Saturday. Ramos was gunned down along with his partner, Wenjian Liu, in Brooklyn's Bed-Stuy neighborhood just about an hour before his graduation from a volunteer chaplain program, NBC News reported. read more

Lessons learned from Sony hacking

Lessons learned from Sony hacking

12/24/14 03:15PM

Maj. Gen. (Ret) Brett Williams breaks down what we’ve learned after the hacking and theft of Sony Pictures and the off again, on again debut of its film, “The Interview.” watch

Ditch your phone, save on dinner

Ditch your phone, save on dinner

12/23/14 05:50PM

For a few nights, a Texas restaurant offered customers a discount if they ditch their tablets and phones while they dine and enjoy each other’s company. Would you go for it? watch

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