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Pollution is driving foreign executives out of China

 A majority of American companies operating in China are having trouble recruiting senior executives from abroad due to rising concerns over inten

Five things to know for your New Day -- Wednesday, February 11

Another U.S. hostage in Syria is dead. NBC suspends Brian Williams. And U.S. troops on Ebola duty are headed home. It's Wednesday and here are the 5 things to know for your New Day ISIS U.S. CAPTIVE DEAD

U.S. bringing home almost all troops sent to Africa in Ebola crisis

The U.S. military is bringing home all but 100 troops sent to West Africa 10 months ago to support efforts to battle the Ebola epidemic, the Pentagon announced Tuesday in a press release.

How to see Pope Francis on his Philadelphia visit

The Diocese of El Paso, along with Canterbury Pilgrimages and Tours, is now organizing a large group of parishioners to visit Philadelphia during Pope Francis’ first U.S visit.  

Jon Stewart to sign off 'Daily Show'

It is the end of a fake-news era. Jon Stewart, whose wit defined "The Daily Show" for more than 15 years, will sign off the iconic Comedy Central program later this year, the cable channel said on Tuesday.

Serial stowaway busted

An alleged serial stowaway who somehow slipped past airport security onto a flight to Jacksonville and then talked her way into a villa at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation resort had to change her accommodations Monday morning -- to a cell at

Couple sought in Florida slayings

Florida authorities are searching for two suspects wanted in the deaths of three people in a New Port Richey home early Monday morning.

Michigan man busted for cocaine while bonding friend out of jail

A Michigan man is in jail after police say they found a packet of cocaine mixed in with cash he used to pay a friend's bond.

11-year-old faces murder charge

An 11-year-old Ohio girl has been charged with murder following the death of a 2-month-old baby. The girl's mother was babysitting the 2-month-old Saturday night when the incident happened.

American ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller dead, family says

The family of Kayla Mueller, an American woman held captive by the Islamist terror group ISIS, said Tuesday it has received confirmation that she is dead.

Baby girl born with twin fetuses

A baby girl born in Hong Kong appeared to have a growth of some kind in her left side, but doctors soon discovered the growth contained what could be "absorbed" siblings.

Grading President Obama: Eight years later

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- It all started eight years ago Tuesday, near the spot where Abraham Lincoln once warned that America's divides could tear it apart.

Powerball jackpot reaches $450 million

Lottery fever is gripping the United States again. No one won the top prize in Saturday's Powerball drawing. That means Wednesday's drawing has a top prize of $450 million.

Oil at $55 per barrel is here to stay

Waiting for oil prices to go back up to $100 per barrel? Don't waste your time. It ain't gonna happen any time soon, according to a new report.