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- Veteran Ferguson police officers resign
Capt. Rick Henke, above, and Sgt. William Mudd resigned, and a court clerk was released over racist emails discovered during the Justice Department's investigation. FULL STORY
- Police chief declines to defend department
Ferguson's police chief is ducking questions about his department and his future there in the wake of a scathing federal report.
- Ferguson reacts to grand jury decision
New waves of protests were unleashed in Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury did not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown.
- DA: Dean shot student in head
A dean at a Boston public high school has been fired after he allegedly shot one of his students in the head.
- Iranian loses eye as punishment
Iran's judicial system believes in the ancient concept of "an eye for an eye" -- literally.
- Menendez: 'Not going anywhere'
The Justice Department is preparing to bring criminal corruption charges against Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, people briefed on the case say. The Democrat has denied wrongdoing. FULL STORY
- Gigantic crater opens here ...
Massive craters are appearing in one of the most remote places on earth. CNN's Lynda Kinkade reports on this deepening mystery.
- GOP leader will go to Selma
Top Republican leaders on Capitol Hill won't join the largest bipartisan congressional delegation ever in Selma, Alabama, this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday civil rights march.
- Father testifies he left dying son to save daughter
Bill Richard knew his son wasn't going to make it after a bomb at the Boston Marathon finish line tore him apart. But the father of three told his wife he couldn't stay by 8-year-old Martin's side. FULL STORY
- Mob fatally beats rape suspect
In an unusual public raid in India, thousands stormed a jail and dragged out a rape suspect before beating him to death on the streets, authorities said Friday.
- U.S. air superiority threatened?
As U.S. Air Force fighter jets and bombers carry out airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, Air Force officials are waging a campaign of their own on Capitol Hill.
- TSA finds dog in checked luggage
Flying with your cute little bundle of doggie love?
- 'Gimme Shelter' filmmaker dies
Albert Maysles, who collaborated along with his late brother David in a documentary film career that included the troubling 1970 concert documentary "Gimme Shelter," has died. He was 88.
- NASA: An Atlantic Ocean on Mars?
Scientists at NASA are one step closer to understanding how much water could have existed on primeval Mars.
- 9 billion years later, see star explode
For the first time ever, the Hubble telescope captured these rare images of a supernova and a phenomenon known as Einstein's Cross.
- The skeleton video everyone's talking about
A touching new PSA by Ad Council for their "Diversity and Inclusion" campaign aims to make people aware of implicit biases.
- MH370: 21st-century tech might have solved it
- Opinion: Why ISIS destroys antiquities
Confucius said: "Study the past if you would define the future." In Iraq, the past is glorious and long.
- 9 other planes that vanished from skies
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 joins a long list of planes that have seemingly vanished in-flight. Here are some of the most notorious plane disappearances in history.
- Lion opens car door, terrifies family
A family in South Africa was stunned when a lion in a safari park opened their car door with his teeth.
- 'Top Gun' carrier's final journey
The aircraft carrier USS Ranger, which saw action in the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm and had appearances in the movies "Top Gun" and "Star Trek IV," is on its final journey, a five-month cruise at the end of a tow cable from Bremerton, Washington, to a scrapyard Texas.
- Is your penis size 'normal'?
It's the personal health question most men want answered more than just about any other: how do I measure up?
- Women medicating away their moodiness
When I received an advance copy of a book called "Moody Bitches" last month, I was immediately intrigued.
- Harrison Ford remains hospitalized
It appears Harrison Ford is battered, laid up in a hospital, but not in mortal danger.
- Kidnapped, reunited and now 'broken'
- Laser weapon melts truck engine from mile away
Lockheed Martin successfully tested its new laser prototype by burning a hole in a truck engine from more than a mile away.
- Unicorns and camels? Wacky hotel guest requests
Concierge requests are typically predictable: tickets to a show, flowers, artisanal chocolates.
- Jennifer Lawrence's next role is ...
Warner Bros. has won a bidding war for the movie rights to "It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War," a memoir by Lynsey Addario.
- 'Seinfeld' actor dies
Daniel von Bargen, the talented character actor perhaps best known for playing George Costanza's imbecilic boss Mr. Kruger during the last season of Seinfeld, has died. He was 64.
- The week in 34 photos
- Holi, the festival of colors
- Look at me! 33 selfies of the week
- Swarms you've never seen before
A swarm of insects tends to startle us -- chaotic yet organized, fascinating and beautiful.
- Swarms you've never seen before
- 'Unparalleled': Charles Moore's photos of the civil rights movement
- Conan gives fake CNN report
Conan gave a fake CNN report from a rooftop in Havana. See more from Team Coco.
- Octopus leaps out of water, grabs crab
CNN's Max Foster asks Isa Soares who do you think would win a battle between an octopus and a crab. Watch and see the answer.
- Opinion: Two jobs and still living in a shelter
The cost of living is so high in Silicon Valley, California, that parents can work full time -- and still not be able to house their families.
- The land where people live longer
In Nicoya, Costa Rica, people live longer, healthier lives. What's their secret?
- Putin cuts salaries, including his own
As cheap oil and Western sanctions continue to batter Russia's economy, President Vladimir Putin slashed Kremlin salaries -- including his own -- by 10% Friday, according to state news service Tass.
- Circus to stop using elephants
- Oldest known human jawbone found
- Dog found shot, bleeding, tied to railroad tracks
Cabela's not a cat, but the young pit bull mix apparently had a few lives to spare.
- Dramatic bus crash captured on camera
A bus driver in Michigan says he fell asleep at the wheel, and woke as he crashed into a line of cars.
- Opinion: Dems have to defend Hillary Clinton
They were not-so-affectionately dubbed the "bed-wetters" by then-Obama senior adviser David Plouffe. The definition: Democrats who run to the hills every time there's a bump in the road. The Chicken Littles. The woe-is-us crowd.
- Petco worker fired after vid of rough grooming
A Petco employee has been fired after a viral video appears to show the worker "roughing up" one of the dogs on the grooming table. WSB reports.
- Navy's newest crew: 'The Three Presidents'
The U.S. Navy doesn't just do stuff "for fun," says the command master chief of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, but what 30% of the ship's crew will be up to over the next year or so can at least be termed pretty cool. And it will certainly be unprecedented.
- Opinion: Dress isn't only allusion in Clinton portrait
Artists who take risks always risk a backlash.
- A billion at risk for hearing loss from exposure to loud music
- College kids make robotic arms for children without real ones
- The couple that plays (tennis) together...
- Is your penis size 'normal'?
- Science to Carson: You're wrong
Researchers say Dr. Ben Carson may be a brain surgeon, but science shows he's dead wrong about how sexual orientation works.
- Deadly scopes sold without FDA approval
- Can you find the 'best' hospital for you?
- LGBT people in rural areas struggle to find good medical care
When Ryan Sallans, an activist in the Nebraska transgender community, first went to the doctor in 2005 to talk about what he medically needed to do for his gender transition, his doctor wanted to offer medical help. That was the good news.
- Goodbye to artificial colors?
When food giant Nestle USA (to which I am, alas, not related) last month announced plans to remove all artificial flavors and colors from its chocolate candies, it understandably made headlines. According to the company, by the end of 2015, none of a group of 250 chocolate products including Butterfinger and Baby Ruth will contain artificial flavors or colors such as Red #40 or Yellow #5.
- The health risks of cyberbullying in college
In a new study, researchers found college-age females are just as likely to suffer the negative effects of cyberbullying as younger adolescents.
- Less smoking = more lung cancer deaths?
- Daylight savings and your health
- White House has no Obamacare Plan B
- Lethal injection explained
- A science tale behind two dresses
Before you strangle your best friend who sees the colors in the now-famous dress differently than you do, please know that there's a scientific explanation.
- Snowed in? Here's how to beat the winter blues
- Gerbils replace rats as prime plague suspects
For a long time, rats have taken the heat for the waves of plague that killed millions of people across Europe starting in the 14th century.
- Death reveals new virus
- Poll: Majority want vaccines to be required
- Study: Eat peanuts early to avoid allergy
A new study suggests that peanut allergy can be prevented at a young age by embracing peanuts, not avoiding them.
- Baby born completely encased in amniotic sac
We all know that every baby is special, but Silas Philips pulled off a rare feat right out of the womb.
- Bionic eye helps man see wife
A Minnesota man who got a bionic eye implant was able to see his wife for the first time in 10 years.
- Deadly superbug 101
The deaths of two patients at a Los Angeles hospital are linked to the deadly bacteria CRE and more patients may have been exposed to the drug-resistant superbug.
- Coffee is a health food: Myth or fact?
- A subway workout goes viral
- 4 reasons you should learn to cook
- Cholesterol in food not a concern, new guidelines say
- Fit Nation: Sweet dreams lead to better health
- 3 breakfast rules to follow to lose weight
- 9 things no one tells you about losing weight
- Fit Nation: Want to lose weight and find romance? Start cooking at home
- Meet the new Fit Nation team
- They lost weight; so can you
- Vaccines are a matter of fact, not opinion
- Why painkiller addicts turn to heroin
- Adam's story: 63 pills a day
The modest clinic on Milpas Street in laid-back Santa Barbara, California, was well known to patients seeking powerful pain medication.
- Chimps still stuck in research labs despite promise of retirement
- Baby buried by 2010 Haiti quake: See her now
For 10 days following the 2010 Haiti earthquake, two CNN colleagues and I lived in a tent hospital run by Project Medishare. Our hearts ached as we heard the cries of the injured, as we watched surgeons performed amputations without general anesthesia, as people died in front of our eyes.
- Ebola fighter coming to U.S. for nursing school
A young Liberian woman who saved three of her relatives by nursing them back to health after they contracted the Ebola virus is coming to the United States to finish her nursing degree.
- The great American sleep recession
I won't take it personally if you yawn while reading this story.
- 6 ways to improve odds and beat heart disease
- Sit smarter with yoga
- Meet the mental wellness warriors
- Natural family planning gets trendy
More women are saying no to hormonal birth control and yes to pregnancy prevention that sounds old-fashioned, natural family planning, also called FAM.
- People who feel younger at heart live longer
Go ahead lie about your age. It may be the very thing that helps you live a longer life.
- Learn to live with it: Becoming stress-free
People the world over believe that stress comes from external sources.
- 5 ways to fat-proof your home, no willpower necessary
Think you're immune to temptation? Let's be honest: Even the most disciplined healthy eater will occasionally give in to "runger" (running hunger). One minute you're walking past a box of granola sitting on the kitchen counter; five minutes and 500 calories later, you probably wish you'd hidden that box in a cabinet instead.
- New frontier in apples: Red or golden but never brown
- Measles was no big deal -- until my daughter got it
- How to really lose weight
- 'Twin fetuses' found inside newborn baby in Hong Kong
A team of Hong Kong doctors has described an extremely rare medical occurrence -- what appeared to be a pair of fetuses inside the body of a newborn baby girl.
- How the Peace Corps continues to fight Ebola
- Florida woman gives birth to 14.1-pound baby boy
- 'Frozen': Why kids can't 'Let It Go'
- Aspirin a day may not be necessary for everyone's heart health
- Man shows off his double arm transplant
A 40-year-old quad amputee was all thank yous at a news conference as he showed off his two new arm transplants.
- After crash, Harrison Ford battered but 'OK'
It appears Harrison Ford is battered, laid up in a hospital, but not in mortal danger. But it looked like a close call, if not for Ford, then at least for residents living some 50 yards away.
- 40 years after 'Grey Gardens'
- Don McLean: Buddy Holly, rest in peace?
- Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles dies at 88
- 'Big Bang Theory' pays tribute to Leonard Nimoy
- Emma Watson's inspirational moment
- New 'Beauty' finds its Beast
- Shania Twain announces final tour
- Is Maggie Smith leaving 'Downton Abbey'?
- 'Orange Is the New Black' to return
- 'Walking Dead' town for sale
- Who are these 'Power/Rangers' guys?
- Shania Twain to launch final tour
Country music star Shania Twain thrilled fans by announcing a new tour and then let them down by saying it would be her last.
- Shatner: Nimoy made Spock his own
In an interview taped two days before Leonard Nimoy's death, William Shatner reflects on Nimoy's legacy.
- 'Modern Family' episode shot with Apple devices
A recent "Modern Family" epsiode, titled "Connection Lost," was shot entirely using Apple products and revolved around the family communicating via iPhones, iPads and a MacBook.
- Why Taylor Swift took viral bikini photo
Taylor Swift says she posted a photo in her bikini because she didn't want the paparazzi to make money off of their shot.
- Kimmel rips anti-vaxxers in mock PSA
Jimmy Kimmel took on the controversial topic of vaccination with a mock PSA from actual doctors.
- Pitbull's cross-cultural appeal
Rapper Pitbull talks to CNN's Nischelle Turner about his rise as an artist from Miami's streets to an international star.
- John Travolta doubles down on awkward Oscars moment
Idina Menzel takes it on the chin from John Travolta. Jeanne Moos reports Travolta is being mocked by comparisons to Mr. Spock.
- Why do we fat-shame actresses?
In this week's Lisa's Desk episode, Lisa talks about a recent incident involving "Trainwreck" actress Amy Schumer, who is a size 6.
- 'Seinfeld' actor Daniel von Bargen dies
- 'American Horror Story' actor dies
- 'Paradise Lost' trilogy director dies
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Bruce Sinofsky, whose series on the "West Memphis Three" cast doubt on the murder convictions of three Arkansas teenagers, catalyzing a movement that led to their release, died Saturday, longtime collaborator Joe Berlinger said.
- 'Real Chance Of Love' star Ahmad 'Real' Givens dies
Ahmad "Real" Givens, who appeared on VH1 dating show "Real Chance of Love," has died after battling colon cancer, the network said Saturday.
- 'Parks and Recreation' producer dies
- 'It's My Party' singer Lesley Gore dead
- Carrie Underwood welcomes baby Isaiah
- Vince Vaughn's synergistic stock photos
- Lady Gaga's shock-and-awe style
- Gaga engaged to Taylor Kinney
- Visit Warner Bros.' secret prop archive
- Celebs turning 50 in 2015
- Uma Thurman now looks like this
- Beyonce launches vegan food delivery
- Joel Grey and other stars who've come out
- SAG Awards: On the red carpet
- New Supergirl, more badass women of sci-fi
- 'American Idol' stars: Where are they now?
- 'Bachelorette' couple splits
- Surprise! Guess who got married?
- 10 most powerful celebrity babies
- Surprising celebrity BFFs
- Jennifer Lawrence's next role is...
- 'Sharknado 3' starring Ann Coulter, Jerry Springer
- 'Fault in Our Stars' team reunites for new adaptation
- 'Independence Day 2' casts 'Survivor's Remorse' star
- 1st glimpse of Eddie Redmayne in role as transgender pioneer
- 5 ways to screw up the new 'Alien' movie
- 'House of Cards' runs into story fatigue
- 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2': critics' takes
- Celebs are just like us, and we love to hate it
- 'The Sound of Music': Where are they now?
- Fans honor Leonard Nimoy with Vulcan salute
- Cancellations dogging Cosby's tour
- Stan Lee draws Spider-Man for a child with autism
- 'SNL' at 40: Moments you may have missed
- Former Beatle and Clapton wife looks back with love
The rock stars of the '60s and '70s have, inevitably, gotten older. Many are now in their 70s; some have even passed on. Pattie Boyd still sees them as vigorous youths.
- Who won Independent Spirit Awards?
- 'We Are the World' turns 30
- 'Fresh Off The Boat' sitcom draws backlash after tweet
ABC's "Fresh Off The Boat," the first sitcom to feature an Asian American family in two decades, has run into renewed controversy a week before its debut.
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- The coolest small towns in America are ...
- That rock just sneezed
They are poodle-sized Godzillas. And they are EVERYWHERE, thousands of them sunning in lazy clumps and sneezing piles. Welcome to the Galapagos.
- Darwin's paradise is disappearing
They inspired Darwin's Theory of Evolution, now the animals of the Galapagos Islands are being threatened.
- TSA finds dog in checked luggage
- Houses made famous by Hollywood
- Lost city discovered in Honduran jungle
Archaeologists searching for a lost city in the jungles of Honduras have discovered the urban remains of what they believe is a vanished ancient civilization, National Geographic reports.
- The most romantic place to propose is ...
Paris may be France's city of love, but its most famous landmark doesn't even make it into the top five proposal spots, according to research by an online retailer. The Eiffel Tower languishes seventh, behind a slew of New York locations, Universal Studios Florida and a surprising top spot.
- Mapping history's 'invisible' women
Not all not notable women make it into the history books. A group of teens is highlighting history's "invisible" women with help from Google.
- Where in the world?
Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery to see stunning shots from around the world and share your best travel photos.
- 5 can't-miss Tanzania experiences
- The Africa you see in movies
- But they wear tutus in cartoons!
Tony is surprised to learn hippos are vicious, unpredictable, incredibly fast-moving killers on Parts Unknown: Tanzania
- The Jamaica you never get to see
- 8 things you might not know about Jamaica
Unless you've been stuck in a mine shaft or visiting a distant planet for the past few decades, chances are you've heard of Bob Marley and Usain Bolt and can identify both as the most famous sons of Jamaican soil.
- One fish, two fish, red fish, saltfish
Sun, sand and sea is a delicious recipe by its very nature. Add a plate of ackee and saltfish, a traditional Jamaican dish of the creamy, savory ackee fruit and rehydrated dried fish, and you're well on the way to concocting paradise.
- Bourdain: Must. Have. Jerk. Chicken.
Anthony Bourdain ponders the two Jamaicas over jerk chicken. Catch the Parts Unknown season finale Sun., 11/16, 9p ET/PT
- 21st century technology might have solved the mystery
- Thousands stranded at Nepal's closed airport
At least 160 flights cancelled after officials struggled to remove a plane that skidded off the runway at Kathmandu's airport on Wednesday.
- Plane skids off runway at LaGuardia airport
An Delta flight skidded off a runway late Thursday morning at New York's LaGuardia airport.
- Buddy Holly plane crash may be re-examined
The National Transportation Safety Board may be taking another look at the 1959 crash that killed Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens.
- 7 of the world's coolest commutes
- 15 natural winter wonderlands
- Frozen Niagara Falls draws tourists
- Check out America's next national monuments
- 10 U.S. spots turning 100
- See this massive lake now before it's changed forever
Environmentalists warn that construction of the massive Nicaragua Canal could endanger Central America's largest lake.
- Cruisers' choice: Best cruise ships of 2015
- What Italy does better than anywhere else
- World's 25 most visited cities
- 10 of the world's coolest hotel plunge pools
- And the world's best hotel is ...
- New Japanese hotel to be staffed by robots
- Where to eat in Hong Kong for 2015
- Bar in a bathroom? It's a nightlife trend here
- 11 of the world's top food museums
- This restaurant uses ingredients you've never heard of
- Taiwan's food capital in 19 dishes
It's a disaster zone for dieters, but Taiwan's food capital offers an incredible range of dishes.
- Johannesburg's foodie makeover
- The TSA's extraordinary Instagram account
- Is there a Hawaii without hotels?
- Designer's embroidery captures travels in fabric form
- Super avgeeks ride rare North Korean airliners
- Meet the world's ultimate checklist traveler
- 10 top places to go in 2015
- The scariest theme park rides on Earth
- An elephant in your lap: Flying in an F-16
- The world's most colorful landscapes
- 15 of nature's most spectacular shows
- 15 of the world's most spectacular fountains
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