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37 Texas counties called disaster areas after flooding

The storm's missing include families who had gathered for the holiday weekend. FULL STORY

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Powerful flood sweeps SUV away

A flash flood in Kendall, Texas, was so strong that it easily pushed an SUV away. No one was seriously injured in this incident.

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Waterspout lifts bounce house

Three children were injured on Monday when a waterspout came onshore and lifted the inflatable bounce house they were in, authorities said.

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FBI probes threats against planes

Law enforcement scrambled on a busy long weekend travel day to ensure airplanes were secure after at least 10 threats were phoned in threatening flights.

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Iraq's Deputy PM: Army failed us

An Iraqi deputy prime minister seemed to echo criticism from the U.S. defense secretary. FULL STORY

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Pressure cooker in car on National Mall destroyed

A pressure cooker in a parked car on the National Mall aroused the suspicions of Capitol Police in Washington on Sunday, and they called out a bomb squad to do away with it.

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13 dead in tornado strike

In six seconds, a tornado ripped through the border city of Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, with a ferocity that officials said hasn't been witnessed in more than 100 years.

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NFL player fired after arrest

The Chicago Bears fired defensive end Ray McDonald on Monday after his arrest on domestic violence and child endangerment charges in Santa Clara, California.

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Mom, son stolen in '73 reunite

It was a hug kept on hold for more than 41 years. The hug of a mother and son whose lives were abruptly separated four decades ago.

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Senator, aide wed after scrutiny

Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran married his long-time aide, Kay Webber, over the weekend in a private ceremony in Gulfport.

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Boko Haram hacks 10 to death

Boko Haram militants hacked 10 people to death in a Friday raid on a village in northeast Nigeria's Adamawa state, a local government administrator said Monday.

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Federer furious after boy's selfie attempt

From world leaders to celebrities of all degrees of fame, taking a selfie with fans has become an accepted part of life.

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Rock star: I'm 'obsessed' with Taylor Swift

Fresh off his performance with his band the Foo Fighters on David Letterman's final show, Dave Grohl kept the good times rolling this weekend.

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TLC yanks Duggars' reruns after outrage

Will the show go on?

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Racist letter to family: 'You don't belong here!'

A Long Island family found a note in their mailbox telling them they are not welcome in the community due to their race. WABC's A.J. Ross reports.

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Anne Meara: More than just Ben Stiller's mom

I wondered if Anne Meara joked about this with her son after he had his first big break: "Over 60 years in show business, and I can just see my obituary, 'Mother of Ben Stiller dies!' "

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$200 million payday for one victory

Norwich City hit the $200 million jackpot Monday as it defeated Middlesbrough 2-0 in England's Championship Playoff final at Wembley Stadium.

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Mother found pushing dead toddler on swing

Police found a mother pushing a dead baby in a swing at a Maryland park. Police say she was there possibly all night. CNN affiliate WJLA reports.

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How China fights road rage

On the sprawling ground of Beijing Gongjiao Driving School, hundreds of white Volkswagen sedans crawled at a snail's pace as students behind the wheels practiced starting, turning and parking their cars one recent afternoon.

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Tour America with Anthony Bourdain

If you don't plan to skip town this Memorial Day, take a tour around the country with "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown."

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What to see in the Mississippi Delta

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Miami's many flavors

Pictures of Anthony Bourdain's visit to Miami on "Parts Unknown."

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Living in abandoned auto plant

Anthony Bourdain explores the Packard Plant with one and only resident, Al Hill.

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Heroin takes over small-town America

Anthony Bourdain travels to Massachusetts where heroin use is rising in small town America. Watch Parts Unknown Sundays 9pm ET on CNN and CNNGo.

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Why more women are going 'Wild'

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What became of jet-set playgrounds

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Who were bikers in big Waco brawl?

A fight broke out among rival biker gangs in Waco, Texas, on Sunday, May 17, leaving at least nine people dead. The sheriff's office has begun releasing mugshots of the people arrested.

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The week in 40 photos

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U.S. marks Memorial Day

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A bald eagle at guard and other social media salutes

For those who have lost a loved one in the military, the point of Memorial Day is not barbecues and storewide sales.

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Get it straight: Memorial Day vs. Veterans Day

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A general's apology to dead soldiers

Memorial Day 1945 was a somber time for most Americans, and 70 years later it still carries with it a special poignancy. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had been dead just over a month, and while the war in Europe had concluded, it was too early to begin celebrating victory over the Axis powers. The fighting in the Pacific, where the battle for Okinawa had begun in April and would last through most of June, was still taking a heavy toll.

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Your tributes to vets

This Memorial Day, CNN is honoring the men and women who died serving their country. Share your photos, stories and memories of the veterans you've lost by posting on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #CNNRemembers.

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Senator marries longtime aide

Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran married his long-time aide, Kay Webber, over the weekend in a private ceremony in Gulfport.

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Clintons mark Memorial Day in N.Y.

Bill and Hillary Clinton had two goals during Monday's Memorial Day parade in Chappaqua: Honor the men and women who lost their lives at war and not talk about the 2016 campaign.

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Obama notes milestone Memorial Day

President Barack Obama observed during remarks at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday that this year is the first Memorial Day in 14 years "that the United States is not engaged in a major ground war."

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Iwo Jima vet's Memorial Day poetry

For more than half a century, Joe Bruni stayed silent about the "hellish day on the bloody sulfuric sands" that took his childhood friend at Iwo Jima.

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Clinton emails called 'witch hunt'

Julian Castro labeled the House Republican-led investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails a "witch hunt" and a "sideshow" from dealing with America's most pressing problems.

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Lawmaker: ISIS making gains

Iraq's lack of national unity in the fight against ISIS threatens to splinter the country into several parts, a defense expert and two members of Congress said Sunday.

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Carter: Iraqis had 'no will to fight'

Defense Secretary Ash Carter, in his first comments since the key town of Ramadi fell to ISIS, blamed the weak state of Iraq's military as one major reason for the city's fall, in an exclusive interview on CNN's "State of the Union" aired Sunday.

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Carson tops straw poll

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson handily won the Southern Republican Leadership Conference straw poll on Saturday, the first major survey to take the temperature of the Republican presidential field in the south.

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Duggar a common sight on stump

Joshua Duggar, the eldest son of the TLC hit reality show "19 Kids And Counting," admitted to "inexcusable" actions as a teenager amid a shocking report outlining multiple allegations of child molestation.

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Is Fox News bad for the GOP?

Conservative historian Bruce Bartlett joins Brian Stelter to discuss what he calls the "self-brainwashing" of Republican voters by Fox News.

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First lady's workout is a knockout

As part of her "Gimme Five" fitness campaign, first lady Michelle Obama tweeted a video of five exercises for her followers to try.

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'Game of Thrones' loses famous fan

HBO's "Game of Thrones" lost a viewer Tuesday morning: Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill.

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WWII plane has mid-flight emergency

During an air show to commemorate V-E Day, one pilot had quite the scare over Washington.

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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson surprises superfan at wedding

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson surprises a superfan with this wedding.

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Think Johnny Depp looks like this? Think again

Johnny Depp goes bald and blue-eyed for role of gangster James "Whitey" Bulger.

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Large bird lands in tigers' pen, but then ...

A crane that stumbled into a tigers' den bravely fights off two tigers that are on the prowl.

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What the heck is that? 10 newly discovered species

An international committee of taxonomists selected their top 10 favorite new species for the annual list by State University of New York's College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

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Look at me! 28 selfies of the week

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Happy when it rains: On the road with caravan crowd

Squeezing a large family into a tiny box on wheels and dragging them to a remote rain-swept field doesn't sound like much fun.

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China's homeowners who refused to budge

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Where is Nepal aid? Here's the answer

"Where is the aid?" I get asked this question from the media during almost every major disaster we respond to. The Nepal earthquake, which took place a month ago on Monday, has been no different.

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Prison rape: Rikers suit a harrowing reminder

Two women who were inmates at Rikers Island have sued New York City's Department of Corrections and one of its officers, Benny Santiago, in federal court, alleging that he and other officers raped them, infected them with sexually transmitted disease, and threatened and retaliated against them for reporting the attacks.

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Why are these veterans denied American Dream?

Karlene S. is a 35-year-old Army veteran who served as part of the post-9/11 war against terrorism. A single parent, she has three children, the youngest two diagnosed with ADHD and other ongoing special needs. She herself has health issues, including hypertension and depression. While she has tried to provide for her family by working at Target, she still cannot afford her rent.

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India's Modi: One year in, how'd he do?

In politics and life, expectation is everything.

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Not just prunes: Foods to get you regular

Constipation isn't the most glamorous of topics — but having it sure isn't fun. For one, it's extremely common, afflicting 42 million people in the United States. Each of us has different bathroom habits, but most experts say that three or fewer bowel movements per week could indicate a problem. And although constipation can be caused by medical conditions (hypothyroidism, inflammatory bowel disease), medications (painkillers, antidepressants), and other factors that may be out of your control, for most of us, it's caused by what we're eating — or, rather, not eating, says Elizabeth Blaney, MD, gastroenterologist and clinical assistant professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. The average American gets just 15 grams of fiber a day, though experts recommend at least 25. Most of us don't drink enough water, either, which also contributes to constipation. Get things moving again with the 15 foods that follow.

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Top 10 U.S. beaches for 2015

An hour's drive from Oahu's famous and often-crowded Waikiki Beach is a local's delight.

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Will this be his last breath?

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Teen climber survives deadly Everest avalanche

When the wall of snow came roaring down the mountain, 17-year-old Matt Moniz jumped behind a boulder with his climbing partners, unsure whether he would survive.

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Comedy great dies at 85

Comedy great Anne Meara, the quick-witted half of the comedy team "Stiller & Meara," died at 85 on Saturday, her family said.

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Must-see movies you never saw

"I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse." "You had me at 'hello.'" "I'll have what she's having." "Say 'hello' to my little friend!" "Nobody puts Baby in a corner."

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6 scientifically proven ways to quit smoking

For more than 50 years we've known that smoking can kill you.

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Kelly Rutherford gets temporary custody of kids

Actress Kelly Rutherford, who played Lily van der Woodsen on "Gossip Girl," has been granted temporary sole custody of her two children in a protracted dispute that sparked an online petition.

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Cannes 2015: The winners and losers

Comeback stars, the darlings of the festival, standing ovations and incessant booing: the Festival de Cannes has delivered entertainment on and off screen for an astounding 67 years.

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Historian claims Fox News is bad for the GOP

Conservative historian Bruce Bartlett joins Brian Stelter to discuss what he calls the "self-brainwashing" of Republican voters by Fox News.

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Mass graves of migrants found

Mass graves of refugees caught up in the human-trafficking trade have been found in northern Malaysia near the border with Thailand, authorities said Sunday.

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Elephant grabs camera, takes excellent 'elphie'

Plenty of tourists have snapped a selfie of themselves posing with an elephant during their travels. Even U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has done it.

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Starbucks worker loses it when customer does this

Isn't the customer always right? This Starbucks employee didn't think so, and let the customer know. A video of the incident has since gone viral.

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10 items you've been eating incorrectly

How to avoid cooking mistakes preventing you from extracting the most vitamins and minerals from the foods you eat.





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