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CNN poll: DACA not worth a shutdown

A CNN poll conducted by SSRS January 14-18 shows that 56 percent of Americans believe that avoiding a government shutdown is more important than Dreamers.

'Pawn Stars' celebrates 500 episodes

Rick Harrison discovers a set of silver spoons made by Paul Revere in the 500th episode of 'Pawn Stars.'

US parks, monuments closed for government shutdown

Lea Gabrielle has the story.

Colleagues 'Outraged' at Mich. Doctor's ICE…

A quarter of a century ago, 17-year-old Lukasz Niec took a plea deal on two misdemeanors—a move that might send the now-43-year-old Michigan doctor back to his native Poland, despite the fact that he's lived in the US since he was a young child, speaks no Polish, and knows...

Senator Who Lost Legs in War Slams 'Draft-Dodger…

A Democratic senator who lost both legs while serving in the Iraq War says she isn't going to let a "draft-dodging" president lecture her on what the military needs. Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a retired US Army lieutenant colonel, slammed President Trump as "Cadet Bone Spurs" in a speech on...

GOP Senator Blames Trump Aide for Impasse

A deal to end the government shutdown before the beginning of the workweek failed Sunday night, meaning the first shutdown since 2013 will stretch into Monday—and possibly much longer. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Sunday night that a vote on a deal to fund the government through Feb....

The Latest: In Israel, Pence calls Iran nuke deal…

The Latest: Pence calls Iranian nuclear deal 'disaster,' says Trump administration will no longer certify it

Fires in Ohio Walmart store lead to evacuation, probe

Authorities say a Walmart in suburban Cincinnati was evacuated after someone set multiple fires inside the store, including a flaming pile of clothing

Impress Your Valentine's Date With Dinner in the…

The Palace of Westminster is opening its Member's Dining Room for Valentine's Day. Tony Spitz has the details.

The Latest: Swiss military in Davos braces for…

The Swiss military is stationing 4,377 troops in and around Davos to provide security for this year's meetings at the World Economic Forum, which is set to be headlined by U.S. President Donald Trump

FDNY: 32 people hurt, some seriously, in apartment fire

FDNY: 32 people have been taken to hospitals _ some with serious injuries _ following a fire in a Brooklyn apartment building

Companies plan European network of car charging stations

Two companies say they plan a network of fast charging stations for battery-powered cars that will help drivers of electric vehicles travel among Europe's main cities

9-year-old Missouri boy killed in exchange of gunfire

Police say a 9-year-old boy was fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire in Kansas City

Philadelphia Eagles Are The Biggest Super Bowl…

This will be the Eagles' first appearance in the big game since 2005, when they lost to the New England Patriots 24-21.

Senate to vote on plan to reopen government

As the government shutdown enters its third day, the Senate is scheduled to have a key vote on a bill to reopen the government and fund it for three weeks, though it's unclear if this plan will win over enough Democrats to pass.

No More Grocery Cashiers? 'Amazon Go' Opens Monday

Amazon will open its high-tech grocery store to the public this week after a year of beta testing the no-checkout technology on employees. Amazon Go allows shoppers to simply take whatever they want to purchase and leave, eliminating the need for lines or cashiers. The concept store is slated to...

Imam: Decision like Jerusalem feeds terrorism

President Donald Trump's decision to move the US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem was "rash and uncalculated" and represented "aggression towards people, countries, cultures and civilizations," one of Sunni Islam's highest authorities told CNN.

America hit hard by 2017-2018 flu season

Dr. Fauci of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shares insight.

Eric Shawn reports: Ending the shutdown

Sen. John Thune on fixing the mess.

Cops: Doughnut-Eating Champ Robbed Doughnut Store

Doughnuts and arrests appear to be inextricably linked in the life of North Carolina man Bradley Hardison. The 27-year-old—who was arrested in 2014 after he won the doughnut-eating contest at the Elizabeth City Police Department's National Night Out Against Crime event, helping officers who'd been seeking him in connection...

2 IEDs Explode at Florida Mall

Police are hunting what they call a "person of interest" after two improvised explosive devices went off at a mall in central Florida Sunday evening, causing damage and a small fire but no injuries. Police in Lake Wales say the pipe bombs went off in a service corridor near the...