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Garth Brooks set to release new album

Country music legend Garth Brooks has announced the release of his first album in 13 years. He made the announcement during a tour stop in Atlanta.

It's true: Happy wife, happy life

The phrase "happy wife, happy life," may actually be true. That's according to a new Rutgers University study.

Friday is National POW/MIA Recognition Day

Today (Friday) is National Prisoner of War-Missing in Action Recognition Day. The Defense Department says the annual event honors POW's, the missing and their families and it highlights the U.S.government's commitment to account fo

New CDC report: American's waist size growing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is out with a new study suggesting the average waist size in America is expanding. "Abdominal obesity" is defined by waist size, at least 35 inches for women, 40 for the guys.

Officer at center of Ferguson shooting testifies before grand jury

The officer at the center of a controversial shooting in Missouri goes before a grand jury.

19 deaths linked to faulty ignition switch on GM cars

The attorney overseeing a compensation fund for victims of GM cars has linked 19 deaths to a flaw with the automaker's ignition switches. General Motors initially said 13 deaths were tied to the problem.

Prince Harry turns 30 Monday

England's Prince Harry turns 30 today (Monday). He spent the days leading up to his birthday at the "Invictus Games," a sporting event for wounded service members. Harry has been a big supporter of the event.

Pre-order sales for IPhone 6 breaking records

The iPhone 6 went on sale Friday morning, and it has already broken records. Apple says it has taken a record 4-million pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6-plus.

Clinton tops Democrats in Iowa poll

Hillary Clinton would be the 2016 Presidential nominee if Democrats in Iowa had their way, that's according to a new CNN/ORC Poll.

McBrunch anyone?

Burgers, fries...brunch? McDonald's wants to trademark the word "McBrunch." The burger chain filed an application with the U.S.Patent and Trademark office in July.

Starbucks saying yes to tatoos?

Starbucks might soon give baristas the right to bare ink. The company currently has a no-tattoo policy for the men and women whipping up our caramel macchiatos, but its reconsidering it.

More accidents for teens who skip Drivers’ ED

Vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death for teenagers, highlighting the importance of safe driving skills but AAA says fewer new drivers are getting the proper education to prepare them for the roads.

Duchess of Cambridge cancels public engagements due to morning sickness

LONDON (CNN) -- Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, will not attend Wednesday's opening ceremony or subsequent competitions in the Invictus Games for injured veterans in London, Kensington Palace said.

Penn State 'bowl ban' lifted by NCAA

The Penn State Football team is now eligible for a Bowl Game this season and will have all its scholarships returned, beginning next year.

If bigger is better, then Apple users are in for a treat

If bigger is better, then Apple users may be feeling happy later today (Tuesday). The company is expected to unveil a larger version of the popular iPhone, with screens measuring between 4.7 and 5.5 inches. The iPhone 5-S is four inches long.