National News + World News

Justin Bieber leaves hospital after feeling 'woozy' at London concert

Pop singer Justin Bieber left a London hospital early Friday after feeling ill during a concert at the O2 Arena the night before, his representative said.

Joy Behar is leaving 'The View'

Joy Behar is ready to vacate her seat at "The View's" table. An ABC spokesperson confirmed to CNN that the veteran TV personality and former HLN host will leave the daytime program at the end of the season.

Khloe K.: Kim's OK, everyone

Khloe Kardashian is assuring fans that her sister Kim is A-OK after a report suggested the mom-to-be had a pregnancy scare.

Kelly Osbourne hospitalized after falling ill on set

Kelly Osbourne landed in the hospital on Thursday after fainting on the set of E!'s "Fashion Police," a rep for the TV personality told CNN.

20 fun and useful new mobile apps

With a flood of new mobile apps seemingly hitting the market every day, it's sometimes hard to keep up with everything that's out there.

Detroit council to challenge state takeover

The Detroit City Council voted 7-1 Wednesday to challenge Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's decision for the state to take control of the financially troubled city.

Air marshals, flight attendants want TSA to reconsider knife policy

Groups representing federal air marshals and flight attendants -- outraged over the Transportation Security Administration's decision to allow small pocketknives back into aircraft cabins -- say they will ask the TSA to reconsider the polic

Study links gun laws and lower gun mortality

States with the most gun laws experienced a lower overall mortality rate from firearms than did states with the fewest laws, researchers in Boston reported in a study published Wednesday.

Guitarist Alvin Lee of Woodstock fame dies at 68

Alvin Lee, the speed-fingered British guitarist who lit up Woodstock with a monumental 11-minute version of his song "I'm Going Home," has died, according to his website. He was 68.

Cost of diabetes rising in America

Dr. John Anderson isn't surprised by the rapidly growing cost of diabetes in America.