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Man says Milwaukee sheriff Clarke detained him after run-in

A Wisconsin man says Milwaukee's tough-talking sheriff had deputies question him after a flight because he shook his head at the lawman, who has gained national prominence for supporting Donald Trump

President Obama's Last Press Conference Was Fully…

After covering foreign and domestic policy issues, President Obama shared what issues he's worried about moving forward.

Major Airline Offers 'Female-Only' Row to its…

Air India is adding a female-only row of seats on domestic flights. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Lady Gaga to Perform at Super Bowl Alone with NO…

Lady Gaga is doing it alone! The singer will perform solo at the upcoming Super Bowl half time show - and she has clearance to do whatever she wants. Lady Gaga is just a few short weeks away from the world's biggest stage, performing the halftime show at Super Bowl 51 - and she's been working extra hard to make sure everything goes off perfectly! The ‘Born This Way’ singer released a teaser, behind-the-scenes video of her preparation for the big show! Sometimes performers bring along other artists to share the stage during the performance, like last year with Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars, but reports say Gaga will be performing solo. And get this- apparently Gaga has free reign to sing, or talk about, whatever she wants during the show. Entertainment Tonight reported that the NFL had asked the singer to refrain from talking about politics, specifically Donald Trump, during the show. You'll remember Gaga has been outspokenly against the soon-to-be president. But the NFL responded saying they did no such thing. “It's false,” their Senior Vice President of Communications told CNN. “This is unsourced nonsense from people trying to stir up controversy where there is none.” Now, no word on IF Lady Gaga will use the stage as a platform come February 5th, but she's certainly free to do so.

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Trump Makes Surprising Admission About Secretary…

Trump is all about 'taking the oil.'

Jennifer Lopez: NBC's 'Bye Bye Birdie' evokes…

Jennifer Lopez says NBC's version of "Bye Bye Birdie" will bring the musical back to its stage roots

Chargers Movers

Twenty-four San Diego-area moving companies have pledged not to aid the Chargers' move to Los Angeles.

Pointed questions await Trump's pick for health…

Congressman Tom Price is facing pointed questions about President-elect Donald Trump's health policies and his own investments in health care companies

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Trump pick to lead EPA has spotty state…

President-elect Donald Trump's choice to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency comes to a confirmation hearing with a spotty environmental record

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Introducing the new MyCCI.net experience for your PC, tablet, and smartphone. Check it out now!

Netflix's shrinking DVD service faces uncertain…

Netflix's video streaming service is booming while its steadily shrinking DVD-by-mail business has turned into an afterthought

Critical federal approvals for massive Wyoming wind project

The biggest onshore wind development in the works in the U.S. has received two critical federal approvals

The Latest: Virginia urges court to let execution…

Virginia's attorney general is urging the U.S. Supreme Court not to halt Wednesday evening's scheduled execution of a man convicted of killing two young girls and their parents during a home invasion in 2006

Indian activist Peltier's supporters hope for clemency

Supporters of American Indian activist Leonard Peltier, who has spent most of his life in prison in the killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota in 1975, are hoping President Barack Obama will grant him clemency

What Will Happen To Consent Decrees Under…

How the Department of Justice uses consent decrees for reforming police departments could change under the incoming U.S. attorney general.

Red Panda Cub is Obsessed With Fluffy Toy Twin

While recovering from an injury this red panda cub has been leaning on her favorite toy for comfort. Emily Drooby (@emilydrooby) has the story.

Selena Gomez's Mom Tells Justin Bieber to "Stay…

Somehow, Justin Bieber is still in Selena's life, even if it's through the tabloids, and her mom ain't happy about it. Even though it seems like Selena's moved on with new beau, The Weekend, her mom, Mandy Teefy, isn't taking any chances. Reportedly, Momma Mandy secretly reached out to Bieber to make sure there would never be a reunion between him and her daughter. A source told Life & Style Magazine that, "Selena Gomez’s family feels that no one has ever gotten under her skin like Justin and, ultimately, he affected her in a deeply negative way." The source continues, "Mandy really believes that Selena will be able to heal faster without him. Selena's addiction to Justin is what everyone is afraid is going to take the ultimate toll. Justin takes her to a dark place mentally, and she really can’t let go." All of us Jelena fans miss the on-again off-again couple. Come on- we haven't seen such a perfect pop prince and princess duo since Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears- am I right? BUT, this may be just what we need to finally move on. After all, this is like strike 100 for the ex-couple. As you remember, Bieber was part of the reason Selena cancelled her Revival tour, went to rehab, and took a 3-month hiatus from social media. It all came to a head when Bieber posted photos with his then-flame, Sophia Richie, and fans backlashed, causing the singer to threaten to make his account private. That's when Selena jumped in, suggesting that if he doesn't want to hear from fans, maybe Justin should keep his relationship to himself. And the birth of a feud was born, sending Selena into a dark place, and you know the rest. This is what we want to know, even if Momma Gomez is right and Justin is bad for Selena, does she have the right to interfere? Also, do you guys want to see Jelena back together or not? Hit us up in those comments.

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Adorable: Little Boy Gets Mad At His Toy Lawn…

Boy's fun day of yard work with his father was not what he expected.

Paul McCartney files lawsuit against Sony/ATV over copyright

Paul McCartney wants his music to get back to where it once belonged