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Blast levels maternity hospital

Rescuers rushed from the rubble with babies in their arms after a gas explosion at a maternity hospital in Mexico City. A woman and a child were killed.

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Opinion: No unvaccinated people around my kids

I have a proposal to increase the vaccination rate: Ask whether your family's caretakers and visitors are vaccinated, then insist that they be.

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Ex-Gitmo detainee may be talking with militants

One of the five detainees released from Guantanamo Bay in return for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has attempted to return to militant activity, several U.S. officials tell CNN's Barbara Starr.

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Second deadline passes for hostage swap

Jordan should meet ISIS' demand before sunset in Iraq, a message purportedly from the terror group ISIS said. The deadline has passed. | WHO IS JORDANIAN PILOT?

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Conflict also about ISIS, oil, nukes, global terror

While regional politics are at play, numerous other major factors are as well. Here's a look at what's happening between Israel and Hezbollah.

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Gunman storms Dutch TV station

A gunman stormed a Dutch CNN affiliate on Thursday and demanded to be put on air. He was arrested by police.

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McCain: Protesters are 'scum'

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain had harsh words for protesters who shouted criticism at 91-year-old Henry Kissinger at a hearing Thursday.

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Flight wobbled, stalled, crashed

Investigators into the crash of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 say things went wrong in a time span that may have been as short as three minutes, 20 seconds.

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N. Korea ramping up nukes?

CNN's Brian Todd investigates reports that North Korea is restarting its nuclear bomb program and Kim Jong Un is potentially visiting Russia.

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Classified: Afghanistan aid

The U.S. military has, for the first time, classified key data about reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan, in a move that has frustrated one government watchdog and left the public in the dark on billions in spending.

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Senate passes Keystone XL bill

The Senate passed a bipartisan bill on Thursday to clear construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, a controversial project that would transport oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

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UK intercepts Russian bombers

Two UK Royal Air Force jets intercepted a pair of Russian bombers flying over the English Channel near British airspace this week, the British defense ministry said Thursday.

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Clinton may delay campaign

An internal debate among Hillary Clinton supporters about the timing of when she should launch her expected campaign for the presidency has erupted once again.

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Body parts found in suitcase

Police answering a suspicious package call in San Francisco made a most unpleasant discovery when they opened a suitcase and found it contained human body parts.

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'The Shining'-esque machete attack caught on cam

An attempted murder is caught on camera, along with a confession. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on the Idaho machete attack.

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Taylor Swift trademarks 'This sick beat'

If you were planning on using a Taylor Swift-penned phrase on, say, a locket or a jewelry box, think again. Because you could be trying to shake off a legal bill.

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Man finds his stolen dog during pet search

Deciding to move on after his beloved German Shepherd was stolen from his backyard 18 months ago wasn't easy for Richard Brower.

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Turn on a faucet, get black water sludge

A family in California was surprised when foul-smelling black water came out of their faucets. Affiliate KTLA has the latest on this story.

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California measles cases still increasing

California health officials said Wednesday there are 79 confirmed measles cases in the state, as federal health authorities reported that the number of U.S. cases in 2014 more than tripled any total in recent years.

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Mom: Anti-vaxxers put my baby in quarantine

It's an unseasonably warm day in Oakland, California, a perfect morning for Jennifer and Dave Simon to take their baby, Livia, out for a walk. But her stroller sits idle, and Livia is stuck inside the house -- as she has been for nearly a month.

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And the world's safest city is...

Cram 38 million people in the same city, it's going to be a lawless mess, right?

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What the Northeast blizzard left behind

The winter storm that froze and buried much of the Northeast has passed, leaving behind feet of snow, as well as these amazing photos.

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New Air Force One to carry powerful legacy

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Inside the world of medical tourism

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Shiver me timbers! Medical tools used on pirates found

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Twist in dog euthanasia battle

Bela, the German shepherd who escaped death one month ago, was euthanized Sunday after vets found fast-spreading cancer in the dog's lungs. KSTU has the details.

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Oscar winner comes out

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How to Super Bowl #LikeAGirl

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Photos: Every Super Bowl ring

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Bill Nye tackles deflategate

Bill Nye the Science Guy explains the science behind DeflateGate. For more go to funnyordie.com.

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Which Super Bowl city is cooler?

Beantown vs. the Emerald City. Snow vs. rain. Tea vs. coffee.

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Portraits of Portland's locals

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Backstage at a traveling circus

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'Zombie cat' found alive five days after burial

It's like a plot line ripped from the scripts of "The Walking Dead" -- if the show's cast were made up of cats and took place in Florida.

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Girl, 8, saves rhinos with chocolates

Even two-tonne, spike-horned, armor-skinned rhinos need a helping hand sometimes.

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'Shake It Off' cop strikes again

"Shake It Off" cop dances with handcuffed women. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the sequel.

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'SNL' tackles Deflategate

"Saturday Night Live's" "Tom Brady" and "Bill Belichick" offer their explanation on the controversy over deflated footballs used by the New England Patriots.

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Meet 9 mental wellness warriors

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How do you know they won't kill again?

When Bill Stokes visits a cafe near the state Capitol, he admires one man behind the counter. To him, Chuck Petrucelly represents a life saved.

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Miss Universe loss overshadows winner

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Actor charged with voyeurism

An American actor living in Canada has been arrested on voyeurism charges in Toronto, police said.

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'We Are the World' at 30: Where are they now?

Thirty years ago Wednesday, more than three dozen stars -- many fresh from the American Music Awards -- checked their egos at the door and piled into a recording studio to record "We Are the World."

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Asteroid flyby yields startling discovery

A treat is in store for sky watchers Monday, as a large asteroid will fly close to Earth.

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See handcuffed woman flee at 100 mph

A handcuffed woman led officers on a chase after she stole a police car. CNN affiliate WPXI has more.

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'Millipede town' moves to avoid being swallowed

A huge hole has opened up in the earth. Thousands of people will soon be packing their belongings and moving on. In some cases, whole buildings will be dismantled brick by brick and carted off to a safer location.

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35 amazing sports photos

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Sam Smith will pay Tom Petty for hit song

Tom Petty has been given a songwriting credit for Sam Smith's hit song "Stay With Me."

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Brace yourselves -- we're landing sideways

Planes attempt to land in dangerous cross-winds at Birmingham International Airport, UK.

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Skier learning to live again after horror crash

Saturday's downhill at Kitzbuhel is the jewel in the World Cup calendar, the winner meriting legendary status in the alpine annals.

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Missing spacecraft found after 11 years





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