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Briton killed in suicide attack

A large explosion damaged a convoy of cars, possibly including a British Embassy vehicle, on Thursday. Many casualties were reported.

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Crime novelist P.D. James dies

P.D. James, the British novelist renowned for her crime novels featuring detective Adam Dalgliesh as well as such works as "The Children of Men," has died. She was 94.

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Report: Kim Jong Un's sister promoted

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been named as a senior government official by state media.

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Report issued on India girls' hanging

An investigation into the deaths of two teenage girls found hanging from a mango tree in northern India has concluded that they committed suicide and that there's no evidence of rape, sexual assault, or murder, according to a report released by India's Central Bureau of Investigation on Thursday.

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Ebola bodies dumped in street

Workers employed by Sierra Leone's Ministry of Health to bury Ebola victims took drastic action this week in a dispute over pay, abandoning the bodies of 15 people in the street.

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What if you're hurt shopping?

One of the biggest holiday weeks is upon us. Thanksgiving is a favorite day for football fans, close-knit families, families who can't stand each other, and of course, amateur competitive eaters. But what's really interesting about Thanksgiving is the day after -- known as Black Friday. It may well be the most publicized -- and puzzling -- commercial day of the year.

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Gang-rape report spurs UVA action

The University of Virginia has adopted a zero-tolerance policy for handling rape and sexual assault cases.

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Prolific singer, actress dies at 87

Lebanese singer and actress Sabah, one of the Arab world's most prolific entertainers with a career spanning more than six decades, died Wednesday in Beirut, Lebanon's state-run National News Agency reported.

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The future of driving looks like this

Students at the Art Center College of Design are designing the cars of tomorrow.

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How hampsters spend Thanksgiving

Tiny hamsters tackle Turkey Day dinner. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports gobble gobble became nibble nibble.

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Trans fat may hurt your memory

If you can't remember where your car keys are, you may want to eat fewer muffins. Trans fat may hurt your memory, study shows.

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Fall TV: Who stays and who goes

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HBO lawyers up, plans Scientology film

HBO is backing a documentary based on "Going Clear," a book about Scientology and Hollywood -- and isn't taking any chances with the legal side of things.

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Missing model found after search

After an hours-long search on Wednesday, former model and celebrated restaurateur B. Smith has been found.

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Loneliness: 5 things you may not know

Nearly everyone feels lonely at some point. The good news is, for many of us, it's a temporary condition, perhaps one caused by a life change: moving to a new location, for instance, or starting a new job.

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Amazing catch inspires spoofs

"Greatest catch ever" catches the eye of jokesters. Jeanne Moos reports wide receiver teamed up with God and Kardashian.

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Strange case of the melting house

In London, a life-size wax house is melting -- and another appears to float. Take a look.

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At least 15 women accuse him of sexual misconduct

Bill Cosby and the school where he earned masters and doctorate degrees have split ways amid allegations of sexual assault and rape.

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New accuser comes forward

Jewel Allison alleges that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her 25 years ago. Susan Candiotti reports.

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Bill Cosby: Evolution of an icon

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Cosby pressures reporter

AP reporter Brett Zongker on the moment Cosby asked him to "scuttle" a question about the rape allegations he's facing.

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Wilson's testimony changes little

Darren Wilson's version of what happened when he confronted Michael Brown has expanded since he gave his first recorded interview to detectives, but the key parts have stayed largely the same.

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Officer's legal fight isn't over yet

Officer Darren Wilson's attorneys told CNN he is in talks to leave the Ferguson police and may give up being an officer altogether.

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Photos: Arrests in NYC, LA

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Arrests near Macy's parade

Perhaps it was the biting cold or maybe because it was Thanksgiving. But Ferguson was much calmer early Thursday than it has been the past two days.

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Michael Brown's mom: 'No respect'

Michael Brown's mother says hearing that a grand jury had decided not to indict the officer who killed her son felt like getting shot.

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NFLer's Ferguson essay goes viral

New Orleans' Saints Benjamin Watson poured his thoughts about Ferguson on a Facebook post that went viral.

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Who's 'professor' from autopsy?

Shawn Parcells became an overnight media star in August when he assisted in an autopsy commissioned by Michael Brown's family. But an investigation by CNN that included interviews with attorneys, law enforcement and physicians suggests Parcells isn't the expert he seems to be.

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Nancy Grace: Story doesn't add up

HLN's Nancy Grace comments on Officer Darren Wilson's testimony and the way the evidence was presented on his case.

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West: 'Age of Obama' has ended

Hala Gorani speaks to Professor Cornel West about how the killing of Michael Brown shines a light on race in America.

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Justice different for blacks?

A little over two days. That's how long the grand jury deliberated before deciding not to bring an indictment against Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury had heard more than 70 hours of testimony from 60 witnesses before reaching its decision, which he said was supported by physical evidence.

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Drone follows protesters on street

iReporter Elliot Augustine used a drone to capture a Ferguson protest in Atlanta that ended with a scuffle with police.

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Tens of thousands without electricity

Chopping breadcrumbs by flashlight. Cooking turkeys on the grill. Watching Netflix on phones. A massive power outage is being blamed on a nor'easter.

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Month in jail for soccer headbutt

Brazilian-born striker Brandao has been handed a one-month jail sentence for headbutting an opposing player, with the severity of his punishment linked to the footballer's role model status, according to one of the lawyers involved in the case.

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Soccer legend admitted to hospital

Concerns over Brazilian soccer legend Pele's health have been downplayed by the 74-year-old's representatives after his condition was feared to have worsened.

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Cricket star dies after blow to head

Australia cricket international Phil Hughes has died after being hit in the head by a ball on Tuesday.

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Video: Boy shot just after cops came

Surveillance video shows a Cleveland police officer shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice no more than two seconds after the officer and a partner pulled up in a car to investigate reports that someone was brandishing a gun at a park, police said Wednesday.

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911 calls, video detail shooting

CNN's George Howell details the events that led to the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy by Cleveland Police

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Inmates die after binging on drugs

At least 13 inmates at a Venezuela prison, all of whom were on hunger strike, have died, according to the Ministry for Public Power of Penitentiary Services.

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Burned bodies found in Mexico

Mexico's leader proposed a series of reforms Thursday that he hopes will help combat widespread crime and corruption.

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Officer seizes homeless boy's flute

In the busy streets, shoppers and workers rush by the homeless little boy with a flute -- some dropping change but most ignoring him. But he plays on knowing that each coin or note can help his family survive another day.

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Obama 'puzzled' by turkey pardon

President Barack Obama pardoned the national Thanksgiving turkey with a smile on Wednesday, but he admitted before saving the bird from it's likely demise that he found the decades-old tradition somewhat "puzzling."

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Sasha, Malia roll eyes at dad

The first daughters didn't appear amused by their dad's corny jokes at the annual turkey pardon.

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Woman finds $100k in bag, returns it

An assistant manager at a Burger King in San Jose, California, found an abandoned bag with around $100,000 in it.

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

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5 moments we're thankful for

These five stories renewed our faith in humanity, proved that nothing is impossible and made us smile.

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Homeless man finds holiday family

Neal Shytles got dozens of offers after posting a Facebook ad for a family to spend Thanksgiving with.

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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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Creed frontman: I'm 'penniless'

Scott Stapp, the lead singer of the band Creed, revealed he was living in a Holiday Inn and "penniless" in a nearly 16-minute Facebook video post early Wednesday morning.

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Photos: National Dog Show 2014

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'Crazy' bikers swarm police, post video

Bikers go wild while police give chase. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on recklessness that will give you road rage.

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LaBeouf: Provocative or pointless?

Leave it to Shia LaBeouf to give one of the strangest -- or most creative -- interviews of all time.

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This trick leaves man dumbfounded

A fire hydrant anchors itself to the sidewalk leaving a man dumfounded. Watch the "The Carbonaro Effect" Thursdays 10/9c on truTV.

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Stray dog joins extreme race team

A stray dog followed an extreme race team and made such an impact that they asked him to be a permanent team member.

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Look at me! 21 selfies of the week

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Cameron raves about 'Avatar' sequels

James Cameron has one word to describe the "Avatar" sequels: "Bitchin'."

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Fitness buff builds up disabled

For the past 25 years, Ned Norton has provided free and low-cost strength training for people living with disabilities. "I never worry about what they can't do," Norton said. "I worry about what they can do."

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Pop culture winners and losers

As Thanksgiving approaches, CNN's Lisa France looks at some of this years pop culture turkeys and blessings.

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24 gift ideas for the pop culture fan

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Why the Pilgrims were amazing

I was stunned.

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Ex-NFLer: First impressions matter

Advice can be a tricky thing.

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Travel photos you wish you'd taken

Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery above to see stunning shots from around the world, and be sure to come back every day for a new image.

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Jail offers wing for gay inmates

Gay wing of Men's Central Jail embraces individuality, inmate says. KCBS has the story.

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11 surprising effects of climate change

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Thousands without electricity

Chopping breadcrumbs by flashlight. Cooking turkeys on the grill. Watching Netflix on phones. A massive power outage is being blamed on a nor'easter.

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Opinion: Boycott Black Friday

Once again, the streets are electric with anger after a white police officer evades charges for fatally shooting a black man. Sirens screech and wood batons push back marchers protesting from Missouri to New York to Los Angeles. This time the cadence of "No Justice, No Peace" has been replaced with "Hand's Up. Don't Shoot."

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Don't fall for these Black Friday deals

Some retailers have the same deals this Black Friday that were offered last year. HLN's Jennifer Westhoven explains.

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How Macy's window is made

New York's holiday windows are pretty fantastic. We take you behind the scenes at Macy's and show you how it's done.

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Ferguson

Perhaps it was the biting cold or maybe because it was Thanksgiving. But Ferguson was much calmer early Thursday than it has been the past two days.

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Pele

Concerns over Brazilian soccer legend Pele's health have been downplayed by the 74-year-old's representatives after his condition was feared to have worsened.

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Cleveland shooting

A Cleveland police officer shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice about two seconds after the officer and a partner pulled up in a car to investigate reports that someone was brandishing a gun at a park, surveillance video that police released Wednesday shows.

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Headbutt

Brazilian striker Brandao has been handed a one-month jail sentence for headbutting an opposing player, with the severity of his punishment linked to the footballer's role model status, according to one of the lawyers involved in the case.

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Phil Hughes

Australia cricket international Phil Hughes has died after being hit in the head by a ball on Tuesday.

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Mexico students

Mexico's leader proposed a series of reforms Thursday that he hopes will help combat widespread crime and corruption.

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Scott Stapp

Scott Stapp, the lead singer of the band Creed, revealed he was living in a Holiday Inn and "penniless" in a nearly 16-minute Facebook video post early Wednesday morning.

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'Avatar'

James Cameron has one word to describe the "Avatar" sequels: "Bitchin'."

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Look at me! 21 selfies of the week

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Sad reality for shelter dogs

Tails wagging wildly, tongues panting heavily, ears -- soft as felt -- flapping around as if they were wings propelling them against gravity.

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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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