Mazda to Recall CX-5 SUVs Over Fuel Pipe Issue

Fuel filler pipe can burst during collision, cause gas leak and fire >>

Celebrate National Go Red Day!

Raise awareness about the risk of heart disease for women by wearing red Friday. >>

Case of Zika Virus Spread Through Sex In Texas

A patient in Texas contracted the Zika virus from having sexual contact with an ill person who had been to a country where the virus is present. >>

IRS computer problems shut down tax return e-file system

The IRS says it has stopped accepting electronically filed tax returns because of problems with some of its computer systems. >>

Women required to register for selective service?

Top military officials say they believe all women should have to register for the draft now that combat jobs are open to them. >>

Facebook announces stricter policy on firearms sales

Facebook says it's cracking down on online gun sales, with a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network. >>

China, U.S. Agree They Won't Accept North Korea As Nuclear State

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington and Beijing have agreed that they will not accept North Korea as a nuclear-armed state. >>

Possible Wendy’s Credit Card Breach

Wendy's says it is investigating reports of "unusual activity" on payment cards that had been used at some of its restaurants. >>

Dole Recalls Salad Products For Possibe Listeria Contamination

Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. is recalling various pre-packaged salads because they could be linked to a deadly listeria outbreak. >>

Grand jury indicts leader behind Planned Parenthood videos

A Houston grand jury investigating undercover footage of Planned Parenthood found no wrongdoing Monday by the abortion provider >>

Britax Recalls Infant Seats Over Handle Breakage

71,000 infant car seats affected, as handles can break >>

CDC Recommends Some Pregnant Women Get Screened For Zika Virus

Pregnant women should get tested if they've traveled to an area where the virus is active. >>

DC BUREAU: Refugee bill blocked by Senate Democrats

Senate Democrats have shut down debate on a controversial bill that would have increased vetting standards for refugees. >>

Guidelines Say Avoid Antibiotics Unless Necessary

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention & the American College of Physicians are telling doctors to avoid using antibiotics. >>

Sentate Bill Could Give Schools More Freedom With Lunch Menu

A bipartisan Senate agreement would give more flexibility to schools in what healthy meals they serve students. >>

DC BUREAU: Reconnecting Americans with their local libraries

On Tuesday, mayors, librarians and superintendents from across the country met at the White House to take on a special challenge. >>

Environmental Protection Agency program to save food to fight hunger

In Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator got involved in her own way, while also trying to end hunger. >>

Iran Releases US Journalist Rezaian, 3 Others in Swap

U.S. and Iranian officials say Iran is releasing four detained Iranian-Americans in exchange for seven Iranians held or charged in the United States. >>

Walmart to Close 269 Stores Worldwide

America's largest retailer is closing hundreds of stores across the world, putting thousands of people out of work. 154 of the stores are here in the U.S. >>

Nationwide K-Mart & Sears Closures

First it was Macy's, now another retailer is reducing their footprint because of poor holiday sales. >>

Powerball Afternoon Sales Hit $3.3 M/Hour, New Jackpot Record

New York's Gaming Commission says Saturday afternoon Powerball ticket sales have climbed to $3.3 million per hour, setting a new record for a $900 million jackpot prize. >>

Time Warner Cable Says Customer Passwords Possibly Stolen

Time Warner Cable says the email addresses/passwords of about 320,000 customers nationwide may have been stolen by hackers. >>

"El Chapo" apprehended after shootout in home state

The latest on Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman who was recaptured seven months after he escaped from a maximum security prison. >>

Former WENY reporter Speaks on Covering Case Highlighted in ’Making a Murderer’

Former WENY reporter Emily Matestic covered the Steven Avery Murder Case in Wisconsin when it caught just the eyes of Americans in 2005 at WBAY ABC in Wisconsin. >>

Macy's Recalls Martha Stewart Cookware

Macy's is recalling more than 120,000 Martha Stewart frying pans. >>

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