Cruz: I have consistently opposed shutdowns

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told reporters he has "consistently opposed shutdowns," and blames the 2013 and 2018 government shutdowns on Democrats.

Pence discusses the United States' stance on Iran

The vice president speaks out on 'Fox News @ Night.'

Prison directors push to end inmates use of cell…

A South Carolina corrections director and a medically retired officer are working with Congress and the Federal Communications Commission to change the law that prohibits cell phone jamming technology in state and local correctional facilities.

Californians who fled mudslides may start going…

Authorities say they hope to start allowing residents to return by month's end to Southern California neighborhoods devastated by mudslides _ if they can get most utilities restored by then

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

Among 10 Things to Know: Government shutdown ending as Dems relent; pope apologizes to abuse victims; NBC's Kelly says Fonda has 'no business' lecturing her.

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Uber driver in US illegally charged with 4…

California prosecutors say an Uber driver living in the country illegally has been charged with raping, assaulting and robbing young women

Hong Kong bookseller detained again by Chinese…

The daughter of a Hong Kong-based bookseller who was secretly detained in China says he has been taken away by Chinese authorities again after being released into house arrest last October

Preliminary hearing set for man charged in…

A preliminary hearing is set for a man accused of killing his mother in a New Hampshire hospital's intensive care unit

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.

A fresh GOP promise and a 'talking stick' help…

Democrats began Monday morning planning to dig in over the government shutdown, but the tide turned fast behind closed doors.

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Airline workers charged with swiping 343 computers from mail

Six former employees of an Alaska commuter airline have been charged in federal court with stealing mail, including 343 computers that were destined for rural schools

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.

Puerto Rico moves to privatize troubled power company

Puerto Rico's governor says he is moving to privatize the U.S. territory's public power company after its slow, troubled recovery from Hurricane Maria focused new attention on longstanding accusations of mismanagement and corruption

Man who says wife died on Graceland trip changes story

An Ohio man who told authorities that his wife died on a trip to Elvis Presley's Graceland and he turned her body over to EMS workers, now says he put her body in the Tennessee River after she died of natural causes

Bud Light Is Still Planning To Give Out Free Beer…

The deal goes back to a tweet at Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson in July.

Photo of Trump during shutdown draws criticism

Twitter mocks President Trump for "staging" empty desk photo op. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

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Netflix's success turns net neutrality into an…

With millions of subscribers still flocking to its services, Netflix no longer worries about being protected by net neutrality

Shock elimination for Djokovic on day 8

Day 8: Hyeong Chung defeated Novak Djokovic in this year's Australian Open, and a look at Pro Tennis 50 years after its introduction.

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VP Pence announces U.S. embassy in Jerusalem to…

In an address to the Israeli parliament, Vice President Mike Pence defended the controversial decision to move the embassy from Tel Aviv and recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, which has been condemned by the Palestinians and their Arab allies. Pence announced that the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem will now open next year, ahead of schedule.

Police: Explosion at Florida mall was not…

Objects police mistook for IEDs were marine flares; investigators trying to determine motive in incident but don't suspect terrorism.