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  Jennifer Lopez may come back for a second year as a judge on "American Idol." Or she may not. "You know, this is the question of the hour. I don't know, I don't know," Lopez said Tuesday in an interview with Scott Mills of the BBC.

J-Lo undecided on second season on 'American Idol'

Updated: 6/15/2011 08:16 AM

  Turns out Keith Urban's 2011 Get Closer Tour is aptly named. The country superstar will unveil a new stage design when his tour starts Thursday in Biloxi, Miss. Urban often tucks away ideas he comes up with while standing on stage in front of...

Urban lets fans 'Get Closer' on next tour

Updated: 6/15/2011 01:29 PM

  A government watchdog says used car dealers may be selling cars and trucks that have been recalled but not repaired because manufacturers don't send them the same recall notifications that are sent to franchised dealers.

Used car buyers may not be told of auto recalls

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:53 PM

  Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been released from a Houston hospital, five months after being shot in the head during a Tucson political event.

Giffords released from Houston hospital

Updated: 6/15/2011 06:36 PM

  Rising fees have chased millions of people away from banks and into prepaid debit cards.

As bank fees escalate, prepaid cards go mainstream

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:31 PM

  Barry Bonds' attorneys filed a motion Wednesday asking a judge to change Bonds' obstruction of justice conviction to an acquittal or schedule a new trial.

Barry Bonds asks for acquittal or new trial

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:30 PM

  First Lady Michelle Obama mixed and poured concrete, attached swings to a swing set and raked mulch for an hour Wednesday at a charter school in a low-income Southeast Washington neighborhood. By the time she and hundreds of other volunteers were...

Michelle Obama helps build DC school playground

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:36 PM

  The U.S. Postal Service said Wednesday it is still accepting mail addressed to Canada, despite a suspension of service in that country in a labor dispute.

US post office still accepting mail to Canada

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:26 PM

  Nearly 200 of President Barack Obama's top fundraisers have won political appointments to government posts, obtained federal contracts for their business interests or been invited to exclusive White House events, an independent watchdog group said...

Watchdog: Obama fundraisers land government posts

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:21 PM

  Top officials have decided to call lawmakers into special session next week, even without a plan for resolving the dispute over state spending and construction.

Ill. lawmakers returning to work, but to do what?

Updated: 6/15/2011 04:33 PM

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