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Gas: $2 and still falling

Two dollar gas is making headlines right now, but prices at the pump are still sliding lower. Prices well below $2 a gallon could be common nationwide by spring, 2015.

LIST: 2014 Bowl Game Schedule

The 2014 college football regular season has come to an end and now all that's left are bowl games and the first-ever College Football Playoff games!

5 ways to make your Wi-Fi faster

Tired of slow Wi-Fi? Fear not: Faster Wi-Fi speeds are possible, if you're willing to work (and pay) for them.

Protesters flood California highway, throw rocks, bottles at officers, police say

From the streets of California to the stores of New York City, protesters are making sure no one forgets the case of Eric Garner. But some are doing so more violently than others.

Expanded federal ban on profiling doesn't apply at borders, airport screening

New federal law enforcement guidelines set to be issued Monday will expand protection from profiling, but won't apply to screenings at borders and airports, or in intelligence operations.

CBS blacked out for Dish Network subscribers

Six months of negotiations between CBS and Dish Network broke down on Friday night as CBS programming was abruptly blacked out in a number of major television markets.

The parents who canceled Christmas

(CNN) -- They are the parents who canceled Christmas. John and Lisa Henderson of Hurricane, Utah, had finally had enough of their little hurricanes.

Goodreads.com selects best books of 2014

(CNN) -- The book critics have named their best books of 2014. Now, it's time to hear from the readers themselves.

Chicago hikes minimum wage to $13

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- In another victory for low-wage workers, Chicago became the latest city to raise its minimum wage Tuesday. The city council approved an increase to $13 an hour by 2019.

Foreign name? Expect a tougher job hunt

LONDON (CNNMoney) -- Job seekers with foreign-sounding names have to send out twice as many resumes as candidates with "native" names before landing an interview.