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Should this family lose its pit bull?

A Louisiana family is fighting to protect its beloved pit bull from a "vicious dogs" ordinance.

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UVA suspends all fraternities

The University of Virginia is suspending all fraternities and associated parties until January 9 following a Rolling Stone magazine article that described a student's account of being gang raped and her frustration at trying to bring her alleged attackers to accountability.

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Giffords finishes 11-mile bike ride

Former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords completed an 11-mile cycling event Saturday, marking another milestone in her recovery from a 2011 mass shooting.

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Ex-DC Mayor Marion Barry dies at 78

Dogged by allegations of drug and alcohol abuse during his first three mayoral terms, Marion Barry was elected four times as the city's chief executive and was a council member for Washington's 8th ward at the time of his death.

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Students slam first lady over lunches

Students unhappy with school meals are taking it out on the first lady by sharing images on social media of lunches sarcastically tagged #ThanksMichelleObama.

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Female sex desire found ... complicated

What makes a woman want to have sex isn't totally hormonal, as it can be with men. Happiness is key new study shows.

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Two country singers come out as gay

There are plenty of country songs about how to be a man. One way is to face the music, and two country crooners did that on Thursday.

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Russia: West wants regime change

With tensions simmering over the deadly crisis in Ukraine, Russia has accused the West of seeking regime change in Moscow, prompting renewed comparisons with the Cold War era.

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More Cosby accusers come forward

At least three more women have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct by Bill Cosby, joining 10 others.

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Celebs brought down by scandal

Bill Cosby is just the latest star whose reputation has been tarnished by scandal. CNN's Dan Simon explains.

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'Black Widow' has five dead lovers

Police in Japan are questioning a wealthy widow about the mysterious deaths of her past partners.

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Website streams private webcams

A Russian website is streaming video from private webcams around the world. Laurie Segall reports.

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U.S. may extend Iran nuclear talks

International negotiators in Vienna are scrambling to reach a deal on Iran's nuclear program, with media in Tehran suggesting a comprehensive agreement by Monday's deadline is "impossible."

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Obama golfs with Jeter in Vegas

President Obama has traded GOP rancor and late-fall temperatures in Washington for a golf outing with Derek Jeter at the nicest golf resort in Las Vegas.

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Police recruits tested for virginity

The Indonesian police use an invasive test to check for female recruits' virginity, a Human Rights Watch report claims.

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He ate 9 lbs. of turkey in 10 minutes

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Joey Chestnut sets a world record at the World Turkey Eating Championships.

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Say buh-bye to seat-back screens

Rachel Crane investigates airlines' newest cost-cutting measure.

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Obama responds to heckler

During his immigration speech at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas, President Obama addresses a heckler in the crowd.

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CNN Hero of the Year is ...

Pen Farthing, who founded a nonprofit that reunites soldiers at home with stray dogs and cats they took in during combat, has been named the 2014 CNN Hero of the Year.

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Top 5 most dangerous jobs

Alexandra Field lists 5 of the most dangerous jobs in America.

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U.S. tracking mystery spacecraft

CNN's Chad Myers reports on a Russian object in space on a mission that remains unclear to the U.S.

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'People want that new car smell'

President Obama said in an interview Sunday that he has some "dings" but will help his party during the 2016 election cycle in any way he can.

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Obama takes blame for midterms

Days after the Democrats' brutal defeat in the midterm elections, President Obama said Sunday that he takes responsibility for his party's poor performance at the polls.

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Obama responds to heckler

During his immigration speech at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas, President Obama addresses a heckler in the crowd.

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Obama backer in sex-abuse case

A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male.

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The big 'Hunger Games' lesson

Van Jones says the Hunger Games is a more sweeping critique of wealth inequality than Elizabeth Warren's speech

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When white people riot

When black people protest against police violence in Ferguson, Missouri, they're thought of as a "mob."

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The forgotten Cosby claims victim

Blue Telusma says the entertainer's wife has charted her own career and has remained stoic amid the allegations about Bill Cosby

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Why Jerusalem is so explosive

Even back when you could still use the term "peace process" with a straight face, the odds of solving the Jerusalem issue were pretty long. But things are even worse now, says Aaron David Miller.

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She's playing Super Bowl halftime

Get ready to hear that voice, hear that sound -- like thunder gonna shake the ground.

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Attack kills 45 at volleyball game

At least 45 people were killed and 60 others were wounded Sunday after a suicide bomber attacked a crowd watching a volleyball match in the Yahyakhil district of Afghanistan's southeastern Paktika province, according to a spokesman for Paktika Governor Mukhlis Afghan.

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Boy with air gun dies in cop shooting

A Cleveland police officer responding to a call about a person with a gun fatally wounded a 12-year-old boy brandishing what turned out to be an air gun, police said early Sunday.

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Drone's stunning view of snow

James Grimaldi used a drone to capture footage after a massive amount of snow had fallen in West Seneca, New York.

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Buffalo's warming + rain = flooding

The Buffalo area waits for the floodwaters to rise.

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Is Ferguson grand jury close?

A grand jury will reconvene Monday to continue weighing evidence in its investigation of the Michael Brown shooting.

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Graham hits Benghazi report

Sen. Lindsey Graham says it's "garbage" that the report finds no members of the Obama administration lied to cover up what happened the night of a deadly attack in Benghazi.

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ISIS, Iraqi forces battle in Ramadi

A fierce battle between ISIS militants and Iraqi military and tribal forces is raging close to the main government complex of Anbar province in the center of Ramadi, the capital city.

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Bird flu worries spread in Europe

Europeans are worried about a possible continent-wide bird flu epidemic after a wild duck tested positive for the H5N8 virus in northeast Germany, authorities said.

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See U.S. Navy's drone-killing laser

The U.S. Navy is deploying a secret weapon to the Persian Gulf: A laser cannon that can bring down drones and ships.

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How did Bill Cosby get here?

Bill Cosby has dominated headlines for much of the last month as accusations of sexual assault pile up.

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A shocking find in a storm drain

The bicyclists were on a morning ride Sunday when they heard a shocking sound coming from somewhere below them: a baby crying.

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Bizarre-looking fish gets closeup

Does this bizarre-looking fish look familiar to you?

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Do shrimp hold clues to alien life?

Shrimp crawling around rock chimneys spewing hot water deep in the Caribbean Sea may hold clues to the kinds of life that can thrive in extreme environments on other planets, NASA says.

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6-year-old a future Formula 1 star?

John Defterios meets Rashid Al Dhaheri, a precocious 6-year-old who has his sights set on becoming a Formula 1 racer.

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'SNL' skit: Obama is Capitol bully

You sure gotta climb a lot of steps to reach the Capitol building in Washington, so just imagine what the tumble down is like.

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Your Thanksgiving do-ahead list

Our goal is to send you into Thanksgiving with a confident smile on your face, and seeing you emerge on the other side with your sanity intact. It can happen.

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20 years of Tofurky: Why fake meat?

Options for meat substitutes have come a long way since Seth Tibbott's first few Thanksgivings as vegetarian in the 1970s.

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Here's to a cheesy Thanksgiving

It's no wonder the holidays and macaroni and cheese go together so well: They're both warm, comforting and filled with more than their share of cheesy moments.

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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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The week in 34 photos

People in Nicaragua tried to save a stranded whale, a plane crashed into a house, protesters egged a European leader and Santa Claus went surfing.

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Groundhog attacks, traps man in home

A groundhog attacked, then chased a man into his house in New Hampshire. CNN affiliate WBZ reports.

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New Beyonce video rocks the Web

Social media is all abuzz with the latest video from the Queen B herself -- Beyonce.

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Man gets help after botched surgery

A Costa Rican tour guide gets reconstructive surgery after driving 800 miles to return a hearing aid. KPHO has more.

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Meet the future Mrs. Charles Manson

CNN's Ted Rowlands speaks with Afton "Star" Burton, a woman poised to become the future Mrs. Charles Manson.

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The video Cosby didn't want public

The AP released an interview with Bill Cosby from Nov. 6 in which he refuses to comment on rape allegations against him.

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'Shawshank' stars reunite

Believe it or not, it's been 20 years since Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins had that epic reunion in "The Shawshank Redemption."

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Bizarre finds in abandoned nightclubs

Italian photographer Antonio La Grotta has captured the decaying splendor -- and stumbled on a number of strange discoveries -- in abandoned nightclubs.

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'Orange' actress: They deported my family

Actress Diane Guerrero speaks about her family's deportation from the U.S. to Colombia when she was 14 years old.

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Kids with cancer fighting back

After witnessing the pain and fear that children with cancer endure, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg founded a program that provides free martial arts classes so kids can learn to control their pain and feel powerful.

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We'd rather be on this beach

Travel photos open windows to the unknown.

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Dog's weird habit makes owner laugh

Unhinged by doorways, pit bull enters BACKWARDS. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the butt-first way Queso conquers his fear.

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How is 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay'?

Are the odds still ever in our favor?

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Can you guess who this actress is?

CNN's Brooke Baldwin takes a look back into the early days of how actress Jennifer Lawrence got her start.

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Yikes! This happened on live TV

A reporter for Australia's Seven Network learned the hazards of live TV while reporting next to a skatepark in the U.S..

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Britney Spears reads 'mean tweet'

Britney Spears and John Stamos were just a few of the celebrities that read mean tweets on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

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Flip phones are hip again

Hipsters, rejoice. Next time you ride your fixed-gear bicycle to the the thrift store, where you find a vintage, grease-stained mechanic's shirt that matches your Rollie Fingers mustache and Grizzly Adams beard, there's an edgy, if technologically sub-optimal, way to tell your friends about it.

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American Music Awards 2014: Red Carpet

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The week in 34 photos

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Stars shine on
the red carpet

See what stars such as R5, Sam Smith, One Direction, Jordin Sparks, Taylor Swift, Meghan Trainor, Fergie and Mary J. Blige wore on the red carpet.

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Ferguson

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Iran

International negotiators in Vienna are scrambling to reach a deal on Iran's nuclear program, with media in Tehran suggesting a comprehensive agreement by Monday's deadline is "impossible."

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Russia

With tensions simmering over the deadly crisis in Ukraine, Russia has accused the West of seeking regime change in Moscow, prompting renewed comparisons with the Cold War era.

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Marion Barry

Former Washington Mayor Marion Barry is dead, a hospital spokeswoman said early Sunday. He was 78.

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Terry Bean

A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male.

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Newtown report

Newtown shooter Adam Lanza was an isolated young man with deteriorating mental health and a fascination for mass violence whose problems were not ignored but misunderstood and mistreated, according to a report released Friday by a Connecticut state agency.

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Japan earthquake

A strong earthquake shook central Japan on Saturday night, injuring several people as their homes collapsed in a village west of Nagano, an official said.

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Missing students

A top local police official in Mexico was arrested in connection with the disappearance of 43 college students, authorities said.

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Radio helps Rwanda heal

Romance. Suspense. Good versus evil. On the surface, Rwandan radio soap opera "Musekeweya," or "New Dawn," feels familiar. Like a Rwandan "Romeo and Juliet," it tells the story of lovers from two different villages at odds with each other.

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The week in 34 photos

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Hermits of Ukraine, Russia

Deep in the untouched areas of Ukraine and Russia live men who have decided to leave human establishments and live isolated in nature.

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Look at me! 25 selfies of the week

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Kobani: Life at war

At the edge of the Syrian war, photographer Furkan Temir found despair packed in tent camps and an outpouring of humanity from a tight-knit Turkish border community.

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What a shot! 39 sports photos





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