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Family: Meatloaf dinner killed parents

The children of an elderly West Virginia couple who passed away months apart in late 2012 and early 2013 are blaming their deaths on a restaurant chain's meatloaf.

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Olympian Phelps sentenced for DUI

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps did not receive jail time after being sentenced for a DUI earlier this year.

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Behold, the atheist Ten Commandments

A contest crowdsourced a new set of "10 Commandments" for people who don't believe in God.

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America ready for this top model?

Carmen Carrera wants to be known as a model, not just a trans model. Can she make it in the fashion world?

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Eastern Air Lines is back

"America's favorite way to fly" has returned.

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Fan's gift chokes up Timberlake

Justin Timberlake was brought to tears during a concert when a 10-year-old life-long fan gave him a bow tie.

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Real life castaway seen on island

The Coast Guard released video of a real life castaway they say was stranded on an island in the Bahamas for six days.

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100 test HIV positive in 1 village

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for an inquiry into a suspected mass HIV infection in a remote village in northwestern Battambang province.

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Bachmann's not so quiet exit

Statuary Hall inside the Capitol is the storied site of many key moments in U.S. history -- from heated debates about slavery to inaugural lunches with presidents.

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Why Castro asked FDR for $10

President Barack Obama jolted the long, tumultuous relationship between the United States and Cuba with his decision to normalize relations with a country that has fascinated and vexed Americans since the days of Theodore Roosevelt.

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Photos: Everyday life in Cuba

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Colbert signs off

For his final episode of "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert signed off with a star-filled sing-a-long.

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Woman dies, wants dog to die, too

Connie Lay made an unusual request in her will before she died last month in Aurora, Indiana: She asked that her German shepherd, Bela, be euthanized and buried with her.

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Astronaut prints 3-D wrench in space

This week, thanks to 3-D printing, astronaut and ISS Commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore, had a wrench he needed manufactured by a printer in just four hours. The ratcheting socket wrench was the first "uplink tool" printed in space, meaning it was designed on the ground, e-mailed to the space station and then manufactured in space.

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Yearbook pic school wanted to ban

A high school senior's yearbook picture includes her two great loves: her dog and hunting. CNN affiliate WTEN has more.

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U.S. military's stealth dirt bike

The U.S. military's building a stealth bike with an electric battery, capable of silent operation for covert missions.

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Grandma passes out, tot does this

A smart 4-year-old boy took all the right steps when his grandmother collapsed in their home. CNN affiliate WRIC reports.

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Epic office cubicle will amaze you

One woman took her company's holiday cubicle decorating contest to the next level with her custom log cabin. WCCO reports.

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9 foods that boost metabolism

9 foods that boost metabolism naturally

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Music helps veterans heal

When Capt. Greg Galeazzi joined the Army seven years ago, he was well aware of the risks he would face.

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12 best places to spend Christmas 2014

If your Christmas is too often one of tacky decorations and bitter family feuds, you may need to put the baubles back in the attic and plan a yuletide getaway.

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15 cool gifts for travelers

Journals, luggage tags, Panama hats? Yawn. We've got a selection of gifts travelers will actually use.

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Asks U.S. for joint investigation

North Korea slams "America's childish investigation" that concluded the country conducted a cyberattack on Sony.

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Obama: Sony 'made a mistake'

"We cannot have ... some dictator some place start imposing censorship here," the President said after the FBI officially blames North Korea for the Sony hack.

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Hollywood elite speak out

Hollywood's elite are speaking about Sony calling off the Christmas premier of "The Interview." Paul Vercammen reports.

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McCain: America the vulnerable

John McCain says the Obama administration and Congress, must develop and fund a comprehensive cyber-strategy to protect our economic and security interests from a rapidly escalating threat

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Opinion: How Hollywood caved

In 1940, Hollywood's most popular comedian made a movie that subjected a world leader to ruthless parody, turning a brutal despot into a figure of fun.

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Why are cops killing for 'loosies'?

Lucia Brawley says the responsibility is widely shared to find ways to end the killings of unarmed black men by police

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Fareed Zakaria: Why Rubio is wrong

In opposing President Barack Obama's opening to Cuba, Florida's Republican senator, Marco Rubio, explained, "This entire policy shift announced today is based on an illusion, on a lie, the lie and the illusion that more commerce and access to money and goods will translate to political freedom for the Cuban people." Rubio has correctly touched on the core issue. But theory, logic and history suggest that he's wrong in his conclusions.

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NY's bad move on fracking

"I consider the people of New York my patients," acting New York Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said this week as he cited health-related reasons for recommending New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ban hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," to develop natural gas resources in the state. New York's environmental conservation commissioner joined in with the recommendation, which the governor quickly accepted.

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Penn Jillette: Please don't feed hackers

How about a world where we have murderers but no murders? The police still chase down criminals who commit murder, we have trials, juries who judge, and justice is handed out . . . but no one dies.

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Borger: Obama no longer Clark Kent

In case you haven't noticed, President Obama has been flexing his executive muscles lately. On paper, it's a head-scratcher. After all, he lost control of the Senate in the last election. His popularity is hovering near an all-time low. And, of course, he's a lame duck.

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8 kids dead; mom cooperating

As Australia grapples with another shocking tragedy -- the deaths of eight children in one home -- the mother of seven of them might be able to explain what happened.

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Infant can't bear to be touched

Parents were shocked to find out their child has a disease which makes skin-to-skin contact nearly impossible.

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DUI charge in fatal crowd crash

A 56-year-old Southern California woman was charged Friday with driving intoxicated into a crowd exiting a church Christmas-related event, killing four people, including a 6-year-old boy, prosecutors said.

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Mystery deep-sea fish discovered

A new species of fish that's translucent with wing-like fins and an eel-like tail was discovered in the Mariana Trench.

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See re-entry from spaceship's view

NASA has released video of the Orion space capsule's re-entry into Earth's atmosphere.

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Key Taliban commander killed

Pakistani security forces said they killed several Taliban insurgents in clashes in and around Peshawar on Saturday.

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4 from Gitmo sent to Afghanistan

The U.S. government has repatriated four more detainees from its military detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, moving them to Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Saturday.

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ISIS driven from Yazidi mountain area

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters claimed to take control Saturday of Sinjar, the northern Iraqi town that ISIS militants stormed this summer causing minority Yazidis to flee into nearby mountains and spawning a humanitarian crisis.

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2,400 beds for immigrants in Texas

The Department of Homeland Security this week announced it is opening the largest immigrant family detention facility in the United States, amid concerns from immigrant-rights groups.

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Gruesome discovery in storage unit

When Regina Zimmer bid $40 on an abandoned storage unit in Colfax, California, near Sacramento, all she did before the purchase was look at the unit from the outside and hope to find something valuable.

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Car stolen with baby inside

Surveillance video shows a person walking away from a stolen car with a baby inside. CNN affiliate WLWT reports.

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Army to launch 'blimps' over D.C.

The U.S. Army plans to launch two "blimps" at 10,000-feet in the air to protect the Washington D.C. area from possible air attacks.

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5 dead; caramel apples to blame?

Caramel apples cause an outbreak of listeriosis. So far four people are dead and 28 others have become sick in at least 10 different states.

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1 million mummies buried here?

Archeologists claim there is an estimated one million mummies buried at a site in Egypt. CNN's Amir Daftari reports.

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Rare rhino hunter still awaiting permit

It has been almost one year since Corey Knowlton bid $350,000 for a hunting permit issued by the government of Namibia to hunt an endangered black rhinoceros. He hasn't gone on the hunt and it's still not entirely clear if he will ever shoot the animal.

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Dancer: Told I was the wrong color

Misty Copeland makes history as the American Ballet Theatre's first African-American soloist in two decades.

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Lindsey Vonn after win: 'I'm back'

What a difference a year makes.

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The year in pictures

"The year in pictures" treks across the globe, looking back on the events that shaped 2014.

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Amazing sports moments

See some of the best photos from the year in sports.

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Selfies of the year

From the red carpet to the Red Planet, these selfies show 2014 in a way you won't find anywhere else.

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Best, worst in pop culture

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Nat Geo photo contest winners

More than 9,200 entries were submitted from more than 150 countries in three categories: people, places and nature.

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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 32 photos

The Pope celebrated his birthday, a landslide buried homes in California and holidays were observed around the world. See these and other images from the week's news.

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NASA's floating 'habitat' above Venus?

A new NASA study could open the door for an "evolutionary program for the exploration of Venus."

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See turbulence force emergency landing

Americans are flying in record numbers this holiday season. Rene Marsh reveals how travelers could be in for a bumpy ride.

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Jail's camera rolls while clients ...

A county jail is under fire for security cameras recording private moments of clients using the toilet and dressing.

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Girl's last words: 'I know I'm going to die'

An 11-year-old girl died from an allergic reaction on a family trip to Hawaii. CNN affiliate KTXL reports.

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Man goes flying when tire smashes window

Manuel Mendoza is lucky to be alive after he was sent flying when a tire came crashing through a window. KPRC has more.

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This video will make your heart stop

Veteran BASE jumpers Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen break a world record by BASE jumping off the world's tallest building.

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Which films added as national treasures?

"The Big Lebowski," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and "Saving Private Ryan" have long been national treasures, but the Library of Congress just made it official.

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Russian warplane intercepts

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Guess who is expecting a baby

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The only cat video to watch this week

This cat trainer deals with the cats you can't handle.

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Dog flunks out of academy, does this

A dog that never made it as a K-9 officer because of his fear of thunder unexpectedly helped put a suspected robber behind bars.

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Boy rips off Santa's beard to find ...

An airman disguised himself as Santa to surprise his six-year-old son who thought he wouldn't be home for Christmas.

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Watch 'karate instructor' levitate

What do you do when your karate instructor flies? Watch the "The Carbonaro Effect" Thursdays 10/9c on truTV.

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Photos: Celebs salute CNN Heroes

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Obama: Sony 'made a mistake'

President Barack Obama on Friday said that Sony Pictures made a mistake in canceling the release of a movie after a cyberattack from North Korean-backed hackers.

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Video shows couple nuzzling after fight

Newly released footage shows the two in handcuffs after the February elevator fight in which former NFL player Ray Rice punched his then-fiancée, Janay.

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New video: Rice elevator fight aftermath

New video showing the aftermath of Ray Rice's infamous punch shows Rice and Palmer kissiing after the altercation.

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NFL toughens personal conduct policy

NFL teams have unanimously endorsed a new personal conduct policy for all NFL employees after discussions that included experts on domestic violence and sexual assault, the league announced Wednesday.

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Ray Rice's wife speaks out

CNN's Alisyn Camerota talks with Jemele Hill of ESPN, who recently interviewed Janay Rice.

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Sony hack

North Korea slammed U.S. claims that the regime is responsible for a cyberattack on Sony Pictures -- and then proposed the two countries work together.

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Children killed

As Australia grapples with another shocking tragedy -- the deaths of eight children in one home -- the mother of seven of them might be able to explain what happened.

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Rice video

A newly released video shows the now-wife of NFL player Ray Rice lovingly nuzzling him shortly after he knocked her out cold at a casino in New Jersey.

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Taliban

Pakistani security forces said they killed several Taliban insurgents in and around Peshawar on Saturday, four days after Taliban gunmen massacred scores of children the northwestern city.

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Gruesome discovery

When Regina Zimmer bid $40 on an abandoned storage unit in Colfax, California, near Sacramento, all she did before the purchase was look at the unit from the outside and hope to find something valuable.

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Meatloaf deaths

The children of an elderly West Virginia couple who passed away months apart in late 2012 and early 2013 are blaming their deaths on a restaurant chain's meatloaf.

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Listeria

A sweet treat has turned potentially deadly for dozens of people in multiple states.

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CNN Heroes

Photos: 'CNN Heroes' tribute show

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The city that was cut in half

When he brought his camera to shoot the shrinking German city of Hoyerswerda, you could say American photographer Demetrius Freeman took a few risks.

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The week in 32 photos

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Junk food mountains

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Consumerism in Iran

When Thomas Cristofoletti walked into the Hyperstar supermarket in Shiraz, Iran, he was stopped at the door. He had his camera over his shoulder, and the international-style grocery store was built inside a large mall with a strict policy against photography.

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Look at me! 28 selfies of the week

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Old-school Hollywood

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A town that's lost its men

In the Armenian village of Lichk, you will find many hard-working women, but you will not find many men. All these women's husbands are thousands of miles away.

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Fast food with Renaissance flair

In this brave, forever-new world of social media, the minutiae of daily life can be documented for public consumption with the tap of a finger.

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Newest nation still at war

When photographer Fabio Bucciarelli first visited South Sudan, he found a nation filled with hope. He found citizens worn out by decades of war -- but looking forward to an independent, peaceful future.

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2014: The year in pictures

Photo gallery: 2014 in pictures

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Look at me! Selfies of the year

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75 amazing sports moments from 2014





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