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How to beat bad breath: The 90 million Americans who suffer from bad breath - and the innocent bystanders - will be glad to know that the unwanted odor is easier to get rid of than¬†they might think.
CEO arrested in child prostitution sting: The chief executive officer of a Western grocery store chain resigned after he was arrested in a child prostitution sting, according to police and CNN affiliate KNXV.
Arcade Fire beats Gaga, Eminem for top album: Christina Aguilera tumbled, Bob Dylan strained to be heard and Lady Gaga turned up in an egg costume - just one of the many memorable moments from the 53rd annual Grammy Awards.
Hell hath no fury like a Belieber scorned: Justin Bieber's legions of followers were shaking their heads in dis-Belieb last night after jazz artist Esperanza Spalding beat the teen idol as the Grammy awards' best new artist. Shortly afterward, they took to Twitter to voice their dissatisfaction.
More clues point to iPhone nano debut:¬†Is there a smaller, cheaper version of the iPhone on the way? Rumors abound, but the Wall Street Journal has found "people familiar with the matter" who have actually laid hands and eyes upon it.
The National Football League on Monday filed an unfair labor practice charge against its players' union, claiming the union wants to let the current collective bargaining agreement expire without reaching a new deal, according to NFL.com.
The charge, filed with the National Labor Relations Board, claims that the NFL Players Association isn't bargaining in good faith, and that the union wants to be without a new deal when the current one expires March 3 so that the union can decertify and sue the league under antitrust laws, NFL.com reported.
NFL team owners could choose to lock out their players starting March 4 if a new deal isn‚Äôt reached. Owners and the players' union still would have the spring and summer to get a deal done, but the 2011 season would be threatened if the lockout extends beyond that.
The union said Monday that the NFL's claim "has absolutely no merit."
"The players want a fair, new and long-term deal," the union said in an online statement. "We have offered proposals and solutions on every issue the owners have raised."
A roundup of today's CNNMoney news:
Where the budget cuts are: The cuts hit far and wide: airports, heat subsidies for the poor, water treatment plants and Pell grants are just some of the targets. Obama unveiled a $3.7 trillion budget request for 2012 that proposes painful cuts. The proposal, which is likely to face stiff resistance in Congress, takes a big bite out of domestic spending and would slash deficits by $1.1 trillion over the next decade, according to White House estimates.
Editor's note: Nancy Grace's new show on HLN, "Nancy Grace: America's Missing," is dedicated to finding 50 people in 50 days. As part of the effort, which relies heavily on audience participation, CNN.com's news blog This Just In will feature the stories of the missing.
This is the 21st case, and it will air at 9 p.m. ET Monday on HLN.
Police say they have reason to believe that Stephanie Low was taken against her will four months ago.
Low, 22, of Wausau, Wisconsin, was reported missing after friends went to her apartment October 10 and didn't find her. Low's two dogs were inside but were without food and water.
Police haven't discussed the evidence that they say points to an abduction.
Low's family has searched local rivers and parks, and the state crime lab has analyzed evidence taken from her apartment. But investigators are running out of leads, and her parents recently appealed to the public for help, offering a $3,000 reward for information that leads to her whereabouts.
One person was shot and killed during Monday's protests in Tehran, Iran's semi-official Fars news agency reported.
Several others were injured during the shooting, which the Iranian government has blamed on "agitators and seditionists," the news agency reported.
- CNN's Reza Sayah contributed to this reportFULL STORY
[Updated at 3:13 p.m. ET] A suspect in a Monday morning shooting that wounded one person on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University is in custody, a school spokesman said.
Officials called off a lockdown, which had been in effect as SWAT teams and other law enforcement authorities converged on the campus, after the suspect was detained around 12:45 p.m., the university's media relations director, Tom Tozer, said. A gun allegedly used in the incident has also been confiscated.
Authorities were alerted at 11:51 a.m. about a shooting in a science building located in a cluster of university structures.
"From what I understand, there were two men who got into an argument over by some of our buildings," Tozer said. "One shot the other in the hand, then took off."FULL STORY
Their lips locked for more than 32 hours, seven couples were still in the running Monday to claim the title of world's longest kiss and $6,500 in prizes.
Fourteen couples began the marathon smooch in Pattaya, Thailand, on Sunday, and seven were still in the running Monday afternoon, The Nation in Bangkok reported.
An Oregon motorist allegedly went to great lengths, or speeds, over the weekend to post a video to Youtube, according to Oregon law enforcement.
A Marion County deputy clocked a vehicle going 118 mph in a 55-mph zone Saturday on Interstate 5, the sheriff's office said.
The lawman, upon approaching the car, noticed the motorist was holding a video camera and taking pictures of the deputy's car.
All fourteen people on board an Central American Airlines flight that
crashed in Honduras Monday died, the fire department said.
Paging Dr. Dre - If book club kept you from catching the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards last night, fret not. We've condensed the entire ceremony into two minutes. Just add water and get ready to Google Arcade Fire.
The Grammys is an opportunity for musicians who are known for dressing strange to take it up a notch, or twelve. This year's red carpet did not disappoint. Rihanna showed up as a pipe cleaner, Lady Gaga hatched with horns, Katy Perry flashed plumage and Black Eyed Peas rapper Taboo accessorized with a tasteful placement of his new self-help book. Did anyone tell these people they would have to sit for three hours?
The future of Bieber - So, chances are you spent a good portion of the evening and this morning cursing the gods of music for robbing Justin Bieber of music's greatest honor. Don't worry. Some of pop's biggest stars think he'll be just fine. Music elite weigh in on where Bieber fever might be in a decade.
Bieber beater - Before you send that email to the editor of Tiger Beat complaining about Bieber's highway robbery, take a look at the woman who did win "Best New Artist." Here name is Esperanza Spalding, and she might just have you singing a different tune.
Ronaldo Lu√≠s Naz√°rio de Lima
The Brazilian soccer legend, known simply as Ronaldo,¬†is expected to announce his retirement from the sport Monday, according to media reports.
"I wanted to continue, but I can't," the Corinthians player said in Sunday's Estado de S√£o Paulo newspaper. "I think of a play, but I can't execute as I'd like. It's time. But it was so damn beautiful."
At age 34, ¬†the three-time FIFA player of the year and two-time World Cup champion may be seen as an old man in today's sport, but¬†in his day he was all kinds of awesome.
The CBS Los Angeles reporter¬†and¬†two-time Emmy nominee was treated by paramedics late Sunday after an on-air incident, shown on Youtube, where she was reporting on the Grammys but stumbled badly over her lines. She attempted to repeat them but her words became even more incomprehensible.
While the station has yet to release a statement on Branson‚Äôs condition, news reports have speculated that Branson may have suffered a stroke live on air.
A CBS colleague, Edward Lawrence, tweeted that the station is ‚Äúlooking into‚ÄĚ the incident.
Marshall and Winnie¬†Kuykendall
The Lordsburg, New Mexico, couple, both centenarians, mark their 82nd wedding anniversary on Monday, according to the Silver City Sun-News newspaper in New Mexico.
The couple, originally from Arizona, got married on Valentines Day 1929, the newspaper reported. Marshall Kuykendall, 103, and Winnie Kuykendall, 102, ¬†were¬†recently named the longest-wed couple in the United States by Worldwide Marriage Encounter, a faith-based marriage enrichment program.
The couple's only child, Marilyn Miller, told the Sun-News the secret to her parents' union was that they took their vows seriously.¬†¬†"My dad said they signed a certificate of marriage and made a commitment 'till death do us part,' and they believe in keeping their commitment," Miller was quoted as saying.
Bahrain and Yemen protests -¬† The unrest spreading through North Africa and the Middle East has reached the Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain, the headquarters of the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet. At least three police officers and one demonstrator were injured in clashes Sunday, Bahrain's state new agency reports. Police fired on protesters with rubber bullets, causing one injury, the news agency said.
Further protests were scheduled to take place Monday¬†in Bahrain. Protesters have organized on Facebook, Twitter and through e-mails, saying they want political changes, including a constitutional monarchy.
And in Yemen, battles between anti-government demonstrators and authorities continue into their¬†fourth day. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Sanaa. Are you in the region? Show us what's happening by sharing stories and photos with CNN iReport.
President Barack Obama on Monday introduced his fiscal 2012 budget, a $3.7 trillion amalgamation of guesses and calculations which stands no chance of being enacted in the form the president‚Äôs bean counters put it together.
Before it gets back to Obama‚Äôs desk for a signature, the spending blueprint will go through no less than 40 congressional committees, 24 subcommittees, countless hearings and a number of floor votes in the House and Senate, CNNMoney‚Äôs Jeanne Sahadi writes.
Republicans wasted no time in letting the president know what they liked ‚Äď nothing. Here‚Äôs what House Speaker John Boehner said Sunday on NBC‚Äôs ‚ÄúMeet the Press‚ÄĚ:
"He's going to present a budget tomorrow that's going to continue to destroy jobs by spending too much, borrowing too much, taxing too much."
South Korean soldiers were digging out cars and searching for trapped residents Monday as areas along its eastern coast tried to recover from the biggest snowfall in 100 years.
More than 39 inches (1 meter) of snow blanketed the area over the weekend, according to the¬†Yonhap news agency. The city of Gangneung got more than 30 inches (77.7 centimeters) on Friday alone, Yonhap said, the most ever recorded since record-keeping began in 1911.
And more is likely to come. More than 19 inches (50 centimeters) was forecast to fall Monday, the¬†Chosun Ilbo newspaper reported.
A villager in Malaysia has his wife to thank after she charged a tiger that had pounced on him in the forest,¬†according to the Malaysia Star.
Tambun Gediu, who is in his 60s, was hunting for squirrels Saturday morning when he heard some rustling in the leaves, he told the Star.
He said the tiger was upon him so fast he didn't have time to react, according to the paper.
‚ÄúMy first instinct was to climb a tree but the tiger pounced and started clawing me,‚ÄĚ he told the Star. ‚ÄúI had to use all my force to push the tiger‚Äôs mouth away from my face while shouting for help.‚ÄĚ
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Today's programming highlights...
8:00 am ET - 2012 federal budget distribution - Money is on the mind of many on Capitol Hill today, as President Obama reveals his federal budget for next fiscal year.¬† Copies of the budget will be handed out to lawmakers and others this morning.
Prince William's younger brother, Prince Harry, will be his best man when he marries Kate Middleton in London in April, Clarence House announced Monday.
Middleton's sister Philippa will be her maid of honor.
Clashes broke out between pro- and anti-government protesters outside Sanaa University in Yemen's capital Monday morning.
About 200 anti-government protesters were rallying at the site, when about 300 counter-demonstrators carrying pictures of President Ali Abdullah Saleh confronted them.
The two sides threw rocks at each other, and later brandished daggers and
knives.¬† Some security forces at the scene tried to separate the two sides, while others stood on the sidelines.
A state medical examiner will try to determine the cause of death of two University of Florida students who died over the weekend while exploring a cave in northwest Georgia.
Michael Pirie, 18, and Grant Lockenbach, 20, both died Saturday of what appears to be hypothermia, David Ashburn, director of Walker County emergency services, said late Sunday. Autopsies will be conducted, he said.
"Both passed away in Ellison's Cave in Walker County and their bodies are at the state medical examiner's office now," Ashburn said. "We think Grant went down first and Michael went down to help him."
Their bodies were removed from the cave late Saturday, he said.