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Joan Rivers gets showbiz send-off with New York funeral

Joan Rivers is getting the "Hollywood" funeral she wanted, "a huge showbiz affair with lights, camera and action."

230,000 without power in metro Detroit after powerful storm

(CNN) -- Thousands remained without power Saturday in the metro Detroit area after powerful thunderstorms the previous night that left one man dead and frightened others in its path.

Obama won't take immigration executive action until after elections

President Obama will not take any executive actions on immigration until after November's elections, a White House official confirmed to CNN on Saturday.

30 kids a day hit with virus

A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of children to hospitals in Missouri and possibly throughout the Midwest and beyond, officials say.

As strategy firms up, U.S. courts partners to target ISIS

A meeting of foreign ministers at the close of the NATO summit in Wales gave the world its first look at how the United States and international partners plan to engage with the terrorist threat of ISIS beyond Iraq.

As strategy firms up, U.S. courts partners to target ISIS

A meeting of foreign ministers at the close of the NATO summit in Wales gave the world its first look at how the United States and international partners plan to engage with the terrorist threat of ISIS beyond Iraq.

Pilot of unresponsive plane asked to descend before contact lost

It was supposed to be a couple's little getaway, on a little plane, from upstate New York to the Florida coast. It turned into a tragedy.

Army doctor: Soldiers should avoid overtraining to prevent injuries

Soldiers should be aware of overuse and overtraining that can lead to injury, and should modify their fitness plans accordingly, an Army doctor said.

Arizona girl's body found, questions remain

Police have arrested a 26-year-old man on allegations tied to the disappearance and murder of an 8-year-old Arizona girl hours after serving a search warrant at the girl's home, according to a Bullhead City police spokeswoman.

Retirement: Start saving now

Some startling new studies have found that nearly half of all Americans haven't developed a financial plan for retirement, and up to a third have no retirement savings or pension.

Jobs recovery lost steam in August

1-hundred-42-thousand jobs were added in August. It's the smallest jobs gain of the year and breaks a streak of six straight months with more than 2-hundred thousand jobs added.

Feeding the NFL football frenzy

Watching football on TV this season is no different from any other. It's plagued by NFL exclusivity contracts which means you might have to fork out some extra cash to catch some of your favorite games.

Detroit bankruptcy trial

Tuesday marked the first day of the bankruptcy trial for the city of Detroit, Michigan. City officials say that the city is in crisis and the bankruptcy plan would allow them to save money to help residents.

GoFundMe drops page of Oklahoma City police officer accused of rape

A legal defense fund for an Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting several women was dealt a setback by a social media website that shut down one of the fundraising efforts, the officer's family said Thursday.

GoFundMe drops page of Oklahoma City police officer accused of rape

A legal defense fund for an Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting several women was dealt a setback by a social media website that shut down one of the fundraising efforts, the officer's family said Thursday.