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Lady Gaga postponed her Born This Way Ball tour after a crippling injury.
The singer has a severe case of inflammation of the joints and can't walk.
She tweeted Tuesday she's "completely devastated" about canceling the shows.
She also sent out a tweet asking her fans for forgiveness.
Lady Gaga's only got a week to recover before her tour resumes in Philadelphia and New York City.
Kai the hatchet wielding hitch-hiker has been located!
He made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel this week.
Kai, whose real name is Caleb Lawrence, famously stopped a crazed driver he'd been riding with, from attacking some women and a California electrical worker by hitting the man with a hatchet.
And we're learning more about this mysterious hitchhiker. He's from Western Canada, and is 24-years-old.
A little boy taken hostage from his Alabama school bus will appear on Dr. Phil today.
Ethan, who turned six just after his rescue, was held hostage in an underground bunker in Midland City for nearly a week.
The FBI rescued him last week in a mission that ended with his hostage taker, Jimmy Lee Dykes, dead.
Ethan will appear alongside his mother on the Dr. Phil show this afternoon.
The stakes were high for President Obama's fourth State of the Union Address last night.
The president talked about how he plans to improve the economy and find work for 12.3 million unemployed Americans.
On immigration reform, he pushed for a path to citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the U.S.
Obama's speech was warmly received by democrats and mostly dismissed by republicans.
Following the president's remarks, it was the republicans' turn.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio delivered his party's message.
Senator Rubio argued that President Obama's proposals would hurt middle class citizens more than help them.
But this morning, Rubio's speech is trending for a different reason.
The lawmaker pauses for a quick, and awkward, sip of water in the middle of his address, keeping his eyes locked on the camera.
Even Rubio himself acknowledged the odd moment, tweeting a picture of the water bottle afterwards.
The manhunt for a fugitive ex-police officer appears to be over, but it could be weeks before authorities know for sure.
They are trying to determine if remains found in a burned out cabin are those of accused killer Christopher Dorner.
The standoff apparently ended Tuesday when a SWAT team detonated a smoke device inside the cabin and set it on fire.
Dorner is accused of killing four people, including two law enforcement officers.
Police say Dorner launched the violent spree to avenge what he believed was his unfair termination from the LAPD.