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Neil Diamond retires from touring

Entertainer Neil Diamond has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, prompting the singer to retire from touring.

Rowe: It's not what you say, but what you don't…

TV host Mike Rowe responds to critic who says he should be fired from his show on Discovery because of his 'ultra right-wing' views - even though he never publicly takes a political stance. #Tucker

Sen. Rand Paul calls 911 following assault…

Raw audio: Kentucky senator calls the police after being attacked by his neighbor.

Search resuming for 5 missing after Oklahoma…

The search is resuming for five people who are unaccounted for after a fiery explosion at an Oklahoma gas drilling rig

How a 'Talking Stick' Helped End the Shutdown

The government shutdown is over and hundreds of thousands of federal employees will be returning to work Tuesday—but with only a stopgap plan to fund the government in place until Feb. 8, they could end up furloughed again in the near future. In return for Democratic votes, Senate Majority...

After Hawaii Missile Alert Goof, a Password…

It happens to the best of us: a total inability to remember a password when we need it most. Hawaii Gov. David Ige apparently found himself in that situation in the aftermath of the false ballistic missile alert that was sent out on Jan. 13. Ige was on Monday asked...

In Israel, Pence says US aims to pull out of Iran…

Vice President Pence tells Israeli leaders that US plans to pull out of Iran nuclear deal unless it's amended

Ohio school board member resigns after apparent overdose

A northeast Ohio school board member has resigned after police found him unconscious from an apparent overdose in a parked vehicle

Why Roosters Don't Go Deaf From Their Crows

Ever been woken up by a rooster crowing in the morning and wonder why the roosters themselves don’t go deaf from their own crow? Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

The Latest: Modi sees Indian economy doubling by…

Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India's economy would more than double and touch $5 trillion by 2025.

Michigan man arrested after phone threats to CNN in Atlanta

A Michigan man has been arrested after authorities say he threatened to travel to Atlanta and kill people at CNN headquarters

Washington lifts Wall St to record highs

Investors drove the indexes to all-time highs after the U.S. Senate reached a deal to end the federal government shutdown. Fred Katayama reports.

Kimberly-Clark plans to cut 5,000 to 5,500 jobs

Kimberly-Clark says it plans to cut 5,000 to 5,500 jobs as part of a restructuring plan

Death penalty decision expected in Florida serial killings

Authorities are expected to announce a decision on whether prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a 24-year-old man suspected of randomly killing four people and terrorizing a Florida neighborhood for several months

Why Are Journalists Being Jailed At Historic…

It's a unique job: exposing facts that some of the most powerful and violent people in the world want to keep quiet.

How music therapy helped a woman heal

Some say music has the power to heal. That's the idea behind "music therapy". See how it helped a teen deal with the death of her father seven years ago.

UK regulator says Fox takeover of Sky not in…

Britain's competition regulator has found that 21st Century Fox's planned takeover of Sky plc is not in the public interest because it would give Rupert Murdoch and his family too much control of the country's news media

Cosby performs first stand-up event since trial

Bill Cosby did a small stand-up performance in Philadelphia, marking his first appearance on stage since his criminal sexual assault trial.

Washington shutdown can't stop soaring stocks

The Dow hits another record high as Congress moves to end its three-day government shutdown.

Senate votes to fund gov't for 3 weeks, DACA…

Senate Majority Leader McConnell jabbed at Schumer for pursuing a strategy of shutting down the government for an unrelated issue; Mike Emanuel explains on 'Special Report.'