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EPA tells Congress it has lost emails

First, the house oversight committee focused on lost e-mails at the IRS. Then it learned the EPA is also having trouble recovering e-mails the committee wants as part of a separate investigation.

Does your city stress you out or keep you cool?

City living is not for the faint of heart. It's expensive, there's usually a lot of traffic, and it can all be stressful but a new report says that some cities are more manageable than others.

10 Most Stressed Out Cities

(CNNMoney) -- From sky-high rents and gridlocked traffic to widespread poverty and unemployment, residents in these cities have a lot to stress about. 1. New York

U.S. appeals court strikes down same-sex marriage ban in major ruling

In a significant first, a U.S. appeals court has struck down a state ban on same-sex marriage, creating greater political and legal momentum for the Supreme Court to decide whether gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to wed.

Department of Veterans Affairs commemorates GI Bill 70th Anniversary

The Department of Veterans Affairs commemorated the 70th Anniversary of the GI Bill, originally the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, at George Washington University here, yesterday.

NY Attorney General goes after Barclays

The New York Attorney General's office announced Wednesday that it is suing Barclays over a lack of transparency in its "dark pools."

Louisiana family in mourning after fidning cat cut in half

It's a crime that's hard to believe and it happened right here in our own backyard. A family pet, intentionally killed...and it's gruesome.

FBI shuts website allegedly linked to child prostitution

The FBI on Wednesday shut down a website advertising children for prostitution -- a move made as part of a broader crackdown on the sex trafficking of minors, law enforcement sources told CNN on condition of anonymity.

SCOTUS: Police need warrant for cellphone searches

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that authorities must have a warrant to search personal mobile devices, such as cell phones.

Texas motorists will no longer be issued inspection stickers

Having to get an inspection sticker for your car will soon be a thing of the past in the state of Texas. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles announced Tuesday their new Texas Two Step process for issuing inspection stickers.

Michael Jackson's legacy five years later: Music, family and 'What if?'

Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009, in a desperate search for sleep as he prepared for a comeback tour that he hoped would pull him out of deep debt and restore his reputation as the world's top entertainer.

Father charged in Georgia toddler hot car death

It sounded like a tragic accident. A young father in suburban Atlanta said he was horrified to discover after leaving work last week that he had left his toddler strapped into his car seat on a day of sweltering heat.

Think your savings account isn't as big as it should be? You may be right

Think your savings account isn't as big as it should be? You may be right. According to a new bankrate.com survey about one in four Americans has no emergency savings and many of those who do save aren't saving enough.

Move over Samsung, Apple's iPhone screens are about to get a lot bigger

Move over Samsung, Apple's iPhone screens are reportedly about to get a lot bigger. Suppliers in China will begin mass production on two new iPhones next month, according to Bloomberg.

Coffee shop is saving money on employee costs

A North Dakota coffee shop is saving money on employee costs, by not having any. The Vault is like any other coffee shop in that it has coffee, tea, and pastries. The one thing it's missing: staff.