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Best restaurants in NYC are...

Michelin Travel Publications rolled out the results for New York City's 2015 Michelin Guide today, and 73 area restaurants earned one or more of the guide's highest honor - the Michelin star.

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Michael Phelps arrested for DUI

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps was arrested early Tuesday morning in Maryland on a DUI charge, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.

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Creator of spying app arrested

The creator of StealthGenie, a mobile app marketed as a tool for spying on cheating spouses and keeping tabs on children, has been arrested, according to federal authorities.

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2 dead after midair collision

Police say a 78-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy died after their plane collided midair with another aircraft.

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Bill targets fed workers' porn habit

Rep. Mark Meadows talks about a bill that he introduced to ban federal employees from watching pornography at work.

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Photos: Jimmy Carter turns 90

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George Clooney's wedding photo

It may have taken him awhile, but it looks like waiting to get married was more than worth it for George Clooney.

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Clooney vs. paparazzi in Venice

CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the most anticipated and 'watery' wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin.

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7 of the world's fiercest food feuds

Few issues spark more heated debates than the subject of food.

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'SNL' mocks NFL's Roger Goodell

Actor Chris Pratt imitates NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a "Saturday Night Live" skit. Susan Hendricks reports.

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Supermodel: Surviving fashion week

It's uncertain and "a little bit crazy," and you have to be a real pro like top model Liu Wen to make it through in style.

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'Doctor Who': Where are they now?

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'Simpsons' character killed off

How do you keep things fresh in your 26th season? If you're "The Simpsons," you roll out a jaw-dropping couch gag AND kill off a Springfield resident while you're at it.

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Clinton granddaughter gets presents

New grandmother Hillary Clinton was presented with a slew of gifts, mostly books, for her baby granddaughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, Monday afternoon at a private New York City fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

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First video of Clinton grandchild

New video shows Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky leaving the hospital with their newborn baby.

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Brothers take trip before going blind

Tod Purvis and his brother Justin knew that they were going blind. Both had been diagnosed with choroideremia, a rare genetic disorder that causes progressive vision loss and eventually leads to complete blindness.

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Luke Wilson falls for his co-stars

Whether it's Kristen Wiig or Oliva Wilde, actor Luke Wilson ends up feeling like they're married in real life.

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Ambulance stayed in service 2 days

A patient at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., officials said.

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Ebola Fast Facts

Here's some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976.

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How the Ebola virus spreads

As the worst Ebola outbreak in history touches the United States with the diagnosis of the first case within America, questions arise about how the infectious virus is spread.

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Why isn't containment working?

Why is Ebola still spreading in West Africa? Because our main method of control isn't working. Elizabeth Cohen explains.

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Bleach is best friend in this fight

CNN's Nima Elbagir reflects on a harrowing trip to Liberia where she covered the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.

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Photos: Ebola in West Africa

The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest ever, health officials say.

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Woman saves 3 relatives from Ebola

It can be exhausting nursing a child through a nasty bout with the flu, so imagine how 22-year-old Fatu Kekula felt nursing her entire family through Ebola.

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Half of nature is still here! ... Yay?

In case you've avoided reading what may be the more depressing reports in the history of the natural world, the awful take-away is basically this: Half the animals of planet Earth have disappeared since 1970, and much of it is the fault of humans.

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The trouble with y'all moving to Texas

James Moore says everybody's moving to Texas. But they might not bargain for the drought and 10-lane traffic jams.

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Did 911 call lead to a killing?

Jesse Williams says the videotape and 911 call that resulted in police gunning down John Crawford at a Walmart reveals the fatal injustice of racial assumptions.

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Get real: Okla. beheading is terrorism

Colleen Hufford, 54, was beheaded by Alton Nolen during a surprise attack at a Vaughan Foods plant in Oklahoma last week, according to police. Thankfully, before the terrorist -- yes, terrorist -- could behead another victim, Traci Johnson, he was shot by the company's CEO, Mark Vaughan, who is also a deputy sheriff.

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Mayor shot, killed; wife detained

The mayor of a city in Los Angeles County, California, was shot and killed Tuesday, an official said.

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Pipe bombs found in Pa. manhunt

Pennsylvania State Police say investigators found two fully functional pipe bombs in the three-week search for suspected cop killer and self-taught survivalist Eric Matthew Frein.

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School-shooting suspect caught

Authorities are searching for a suspect after a shooting at a high school in Kentucky left one student injured, a spokeswoman said.

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Mom sobs over teenage jihadi son

A mother describes her teenage son, who joined an Islamist militant group and reportedly died in a U.S. airstrike.

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Turkey deploys tanks at border

British military aircraft carried out their first airstrikes against ISIS positions in Iraq today, Britain's defense ministry said.

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4 more kids with mystery illness

Doctor in Colorado spotted it first -- a group of 10 children hospitalized with signs of a neurologic illness. Now doctors in Boston are reporting patients with similar symptoms.

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National Day in China; protests in HK

The protest marks the biggest demonstration in Hong Kong since it was handed back to China by the British in 1997.

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Terrorism, job violence or both?

Alton Alexander Nolen, 30, was charged Tuesday with first-degree murder and attempted murder in the beheading of a 54-year-old woman last week at his former workplace in Oklahoma and an attack on another woman, said Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn.

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Source: DNA links cases of Va. women

DNA evidence links Jesse Matthew, a suspect in this month's disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, to the death of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington, who disappeared in 2009, a law enforcement source told CNN Monday. And state authorities are checking other unsolved homicide and missing person cases for possible connections.

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Dad did double-take at suspect's pic

It was the picture of Jesse Matthew that made the father of slain Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington do a double-take.

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Suspect in Realtor's killing: 'Sorry'

The body of missing Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter has been located north of the Little Rock area, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said.

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Bill Maher slammed for comments

Reza Aslan offers his reaction to Bill Maher's recent remarks regarding the link between violence and Islam

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Is this the end for movie theaters?

Nischelle Turner explains how Netflix's sequel to 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon' will impact you.

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Morgan: Walmart blames me?

Walmart has responded to a lawsuit filed by Tracy Morgan over a deadly car crash that left the comedian in critical condition. The big box store blamed the injuries suffered by Morgan on his failure to wear a seat belt.

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Once-vast sea dries up to almost nothing

The Aral Sea was once the world's fourth-largest lake. Now much of it is a vast toxic desert straddling the borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in central Asia.

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The dark arts of golf's glamour girl

Her artwork is dark, bold and often sombre, with black figures and sinister skulls splattered across the canvasses. "I don't know how to paint happy," says golf's poster girl Michelle Wie. "I think it releases a lot of the darker feelings in me.

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What a shot! 38 sports photos

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WWF: Half of wildlife lost in 40 years

The world's animal population has halved in 40 years as humans put unsustainable demands on Earth, a new report warns.

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Lab may hold secret to Alzheimer's cure

The University of Miami Brain Endowment Bank provides brain tissues to researchers to study various brain disorders.

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How do you become a morning person?

Let's start with the bad news: Only about 1 in 10 people is a true morning person, according to The Body Clock Guide to Better Health.

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This movie costs more than going to Mars

India made a ship that orbited Mars for less than it cost to make the movie "Gravity." CNN's Rachel Crane reports.

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'90s horror king screams back to life

Author R.L. Stine has returned to the evil street that made him famous in the 1990s.

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Any diet works ... if you do this

From what to eat to how much to exercise, Elizabeth Cohen explains what you really need to do to lose weight.

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Puppy flees from heart-warming reunion

Anderson Cooper covers the story of Gigit, a Jack Russell terrier who fled from its owners after a cross country reunion.

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Beyonce, Jay-Z and Beckham went where?

They're three of the world's biggest superstars -- so how did Beyonce, Jay-Z and David Beckham spend their night in Paris?

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How fashion blogger makes millions

CNN's Myleene Klass meets Chiara Ferragni -- the fashion world's biggest blogger.

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China makes NYC look like the 3rd world

Anthony Bourdain discovers the new Shanghai. Tune in to Parts Unknown Sunday 9pm EST.

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Live, from New York! It's 'SNL' at 40

As "SNL" enters its 40th season, here's a look back at some memorable moments.

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How to find a sugar daddy

Lisa Ling explores a party to find potential sugar babies and sugar daddies who will talk about their lifestyle.

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Palin mocks Obama's coffee cup salute

Sarah Palin takes another jab at President Obama mocking his "coffee cup salute" moment.

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Ellsberg: He's a hero

Daniel Ellsberg tells CNN's Don Lemon that NSA leaker Edward Snowden showed courage, has done an enormous service.

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As U.S. sees its first Ebola case, learn how the virus spreads

As the worst Ebola outbreak in history touches the United States with the diagnosis of the first case within America, questions arise about how the infectious virus is spread.

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Once-vast sea dries up to almost nothing

The Aral Sea was once the world's fourth-largest lake. Now much of it is a vast toxic desert straddling the borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, two former Soviet states in central Asia.

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Europe's newest front line against ISIS

Spanish authorities fear that among the tide of migrants from Syria, Mali, Libya and elsewhere, there may be some intent on bringing jihad to Europe, using the same routes used by people-smugglers across North Africa.

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Armed man shared elevator with Obama

Testimony given by the director of the embattled U.S. Secret Service on Tuesday appears to conflict with the news that a man with a gun shared an elevator with President Obama, in violation of protocol.

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Director: WH intrusion 'unacceptable'

U.S. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson called an incident in which a man scaled a fence and entered the White House "unacceptable" and told a congressional committee Tuesday that she takes "full responsibility."

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Secret Service: We're outraged

Pamela Brown reports on the Congressional hearing looking into security lapses at the Secret Service.

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When to use deadly force?

CNN's Randi Kaye takes a closer look at Secret Service protocol in light of the intruder who entered the White house.

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Ebola in U.S.

A patient being treated at a Dallas, Texas, hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday.

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Missing realtor

The body of missing Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter has been located north of the Little Rock area, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said.

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Hong Kong

Thousands of protesters clamoring for full democracy in Hong Kong stood their ground Tuesday even as the head of its government said China won't give in to their demands.

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Mystery illness

Doctors in Colorado spotted it first -- a group of 10 children hospitalized with signs of a neurologic illness: limb weakness, cranial nerve dysfunction and abnormalities in their spinal gray matter.

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ISIS

Turkish soldiers and tanks took up position along the border with Syria on Tuesday as its government debated whether to deploy troops to battle the Islamic State terror group, a move that comes as tens of thousands pour into the country to escape ISIS fighters.

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Aral Sea

The Aral Sea was once the world's fourth-largest lake. Now much of it is a vast toxic desert straddling the borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, two former Soviet states in central Asia.

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Michael Phelps

Legendary Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was arrested early Tuesday in Maryland on a DUI charge, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.

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Secret Service

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Michelle Wie

Her artwork is dark, bold and often sombre, with black figures and sinister skulls splattered across the canvasses.

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What a shot! 38 sports photos

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What do these videos say about society?

For his latest book, Doug Rickard snatches frames from uploaded cell phone videos. He searched for terms related 'to the broken elements of the American economic spectrum' and much of what he found involved predatory acts, with people being exploited for 'likes,' he said.

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Look at me! 21 selfies of the week

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The week in 31 photos

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An abstract look at the World Trade Center

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What a shot! 40 amazing sports photos

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The week in 30 photos





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