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Can new DNA tests help police crack the killer clownarre cold case?Two witnesses who watched as a woman was gunned down in her Florida home by a mysterious clown speak out for the first time on network television
Former presidents, first ladies honor Barbara BushPast U.S. presidents and former first ladies honored Barbara Bush on Saturday at her funeral. Bush died Tuesday at the age of 92. She was laid to rest Saturday in Texas. Bianna Golodryga has more on the emotional farewell.
North Korea suspends nuclear testingPresident Trump and Kim Jong Un have come along way since the days of exchanging personal insults. They’re expected to meet in the coming weeks and North Korea set the stage with a nuclear surprise. Errol Barnett has the latest.
Health officials: Throw away your romaine lettuce after E. coli outbreakHealth officials have expanded their warning about romaine lettuce. They say if you don’t know where it’s from, throw it away. Carter Evans reports.
Is driving while high safe?Fifty-nine percent of Americans think marijuana should be legal. But what about the dangers of driving while high? In Colorado, one of the first states to allow recreational pot, 51 driving deaths in 2016 were linked to marijuana. Barry Petersen reports.
"Jazz Fest" kicks off next FridayThe New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, better known as “Jazz Fest,” kicks off next Friday. It’s an annual celebration of Louisiana music and culture going back to 1970. Of course, the roots of Jazz go back decades deeper than that. Mark Strassman reports on where it all began.

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