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  • J.K. Rowling's new 'Harry Potter' tale
    In honor of Halloween, J.K. Rowling is delving into the back story of one of "Harry Potter's" more twisted Hogwarts professors.
  • Comedian, rap mogul arrested
    Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight and comedian Micah "Katt" Williams were arrested Wednesday, accused of stealing a photographer's camera last month.
  • Is Iran paying men to fight in Syria?
    Syrian rebels claim that Iran is paying Afghan mercenaries to fight against them in Syria. Nick Paton Walsh has more.
  • Canada: No Ebola hot-spot visas
    Canada will stop processing visa applications from foreign nationals who have visited West African nations with large outbreaks of the Ebola virus, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander said Friday.
  • Ex-FAMU band member convicted
    The alleged ringleader of a group of Florida A&M University marching band students who beat drum major Robert Champion Jr. in a 2011 hazing incident was convicted Friday of multiple charges related to Champion's death, according to CNN affiliate CFN13, which was in the courtroom when the verdict was read.
  • Holy site reopened -- to folks over 50
    Israel partially reopened access to the Temple Mount for Muslim prayers Friday, a day after taking a rare step of closing it amid Israeli-Palestinian tensions following the shooting of a controversial rabbi and subsequent killing of a suspect.
  • U.S. advisers to ISIS hot zone?
    Pentagon officials are readying a plan that would deploy U.S. military advisers to the volatile Iraqi province of Anbar to advise and assist Iraqi security forces in a region currently dominated by ISIS militants.
  • Man pinned under truck 17 hours
    A North Carolina man was involved in a car accident and was pinned under his vehicle for 17 hours before being rescued.
  • Is this freaky or amazing art?
    3-D neon paint was introduced at the Living Art America competition in Atlanta, and the results were illuminating!
  • Tyson: CNN anchor 'full of s**t'
    "CNN Tonight's" Don Lemon catches flack from Mike Tyson during an interview about his new television series and book.
  • LeBron ad you'll be talking about
    NBA's LeBron James has a new Nike ad that premieres the same night he returns to the court as a Cleveland Cavalier.
  • WWII wreckage raised from lake
    The wreckage of a World War II plane that disappeared roughly 70 years ago is being hauled out of a Canada lake.
  • Suze Orman on CEO coming out
    Erin Burnett and Suze Orman discuss the significance of Apple CEO Tim Cook's public announcement that he is gay.
  • North Korean officials shot over TV?
    According to South Korean reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un executed party officials for watching soap operas.
  • Honey Boo Boo's sister blasts mom
    Honey Boo Boo's sister Anna Marie speaks to ET about her claims that she was molested by her mother's ex-boyfriend.
  • Oh, the horror? It's on your TV
    With all the scary stuff happening in the world, it wouldn't be surprising if TV audiences steered clear of horror. But in fact, they're doing the opposite.
  • What would you put in Toy Hall of Fame?
    My Little Pony, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, American Girl dolls, the Slip 'N Slide -- how could a kid choose a favorite? They could be the new inductees to the National Toy Hall of Fame.
  • Are black cats really so bad?
    It's Halloween, and for many of us, that conjures up a familiar image.
  • Girl, 8, scolds Senate candidates
    An 8-year-old North Carolina girl is sick of the heated Senate race where more than $100 million has been spent on mostly negative TV ads.
  • Cups a clue in family's mystery deaths
    Benjamin and Kristi Strack lay dead on their bed. On the floor near them lay the bodies of three of their children, from 11 to 14 years-old.
  • 4 dead: Plane hits FlightSafety building
    A plane appears to have crashed at a building at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport in southern Kansas on Thursday morning, CNN affiliate KSNW reported.
  • New clue in Amelia Earhart mystery?
    Could one of aviation's most enduring mysteries be solved? An aircraft recovery group says it may already have a part of Amelia Earhart's plane, and it thinks it knows where to find the rest of it.
  • Terrifying cliff dive caught on video
    A diver in Negril, Jamaica, takes a high-cliff dive with a GoPro camera to capture this breathtaking video.
  • Pop star's odd act as kid is born
    CNN's Lisa France explains why Robbie Williams is either the best or worst husband on the planet.
  • All 3 girls were 13, </br>two of them twins
    A speeding car struck and killed three girls, including twins, who were trick-or-treating in Santa Ana, California, authorities said. The girls, all 13, were in costume and carrying bags of candy in a residential area.
  • Police: They were in crosswalk
    Three girls trick-or-treating were killed by a car while crossing a busy highway intersection, police say.
  • The truth about launching spaceships
    Meg Urry says the crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShip Two is a reminder that rocket science is difficult.
  • Gingrich: My midterms prediction
    President Barack Obama has turned off large parts of America through radicalism, incompetence and political ineptness. As my friend Barry Casselman argues, "Obama has the worst political tin ear I've seen at that level. (I realize he thinks he is bringing out his base vote). But he's almost daring most Americans to turn against him." My prediction for midterm election night this coming Tuesday is that many Americans are going to take the President up on his dare.
  • Cops out of line in Eric Frein arrest?
    When police arrested Eric Frein, accused in the death of a Pennsylvania state trooper, they symbolically used the equipment of their fallen brother, Cpl. Bryon Dickson, to take Frein into custody.
  • LZ: Why Tim Cook had to tell us
    I still remember the chill that came over me the day my middle school history teacher showed the class a documentary about the Holocaust.
  • My mom deserved to die with dignity
    As a woman whose parents had cancer, I have quite a few things to say about dying with dignity.
  • Dog rats out owner to cops
    Man's best friend? Maybe not.
  • 3rd school shooting victim dies
    A third victim of last week's shooting at a Washington state high school has died, according to the hospital that treated victims. Shaylee Chuckulnaskit was just 14 years old. In addition to the three victims killed, the gunman is also dead.
  • Marine freed from Mexican prison
    U.S. Marine reservist Andrew Paul Tahmooressi was held since March on gun charges, and his family is "overjoyed" he's been released. A court ordered him to be freed.
  • See 'Kim Jong Un' at protests
    An Australian, famous for his resemblance to North Korea's leader, visits the HK protests today dressed as Kim Jong Un.
  • No quarantine for Ebola nurse
    The nurse has defied authorities who want her to stay home for 21 days.
  • Poland won't arrest wanted filmmaker
    Famed film director Roman Polanski, wanted in the United States for having sex with a minor in the 1970s, was questioned this week by Polish authorities but allowed to leave after the interview.
  • D.C. cop attacked with ax
    An officer with Washington's Metropolitan Police Department came under an unprovoked attack Friday from a man wielding an ax, police said, the second such attack in two weeks that is prompting warnings and new protocols to officers on the job.
  • Lawsuits: Frat fostered 'misogyny'
    Two lawsuits say the national chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity allowed a culture of "violent misogyny" after an internal email from the Georgia Tech chapter leaked last year instructing fraternity members on how to lure "rapebait."
  • Joe Biden: Senate tie-breaker?
    For Joe Biden, an evenly divided Senate would be a BFD.
  • Rangel's remarks you must hear
    LZ Granderson responds to Rep. Charlie Rangel claim that some Republicans "believe that slavery isn't over."
  • Poll: Tight race in Iowa
    Republican Joni Ernst has a small lead over Democrat Bruce Braley in Iowa's Senate race, a new CNN/ORC International poll shows.
  • Chelsea Handler's topless-photo fight
    Comedian Chelsea Handler says Instagram is sexist for pulling down her topless photo.
  • Halloween in Hollywood

  • The week in 34 photos
    Zombies on an NFL sideline, lava in the backyard, a jaguar's visit to the dentist. CNN offers a snapshot of the world that you won't find anywhere else.
  • Does iPhone 6 camera live up to hype?
    Cameraman Harvey Hogan does a side by side comparison of the iPhone 6's camera against a professional kit used by CNN.
  • 'Lady Ganga' broke record before she died
    "I had to film her death," Frederic Lumiere says softly. "In the film, I'm behind the camera, and you can hear me crying."
  • This Cowboys fan is about to be attacked
    A Dallas Cowboys fan catches attack on camera. KTVT has the story.
  • Couple squeezes into 242-sq-ft apartment
    Couple manages to live in just 242 square feet. WABC's Michelle Charlesworth has the story.
  • Stream these on Netflix, Hulu, iTunes
    Netflix, Hulu and iTunes are adding titles to their streaming options in November.
  • Greatest sports event of 20th century?
    Rumble in the Jungle: 40 years on
  • 'Death to America' Iran treats Bourdain well
    Anthony Bourdain travels to Iran where he and his crew are welcomed with open arms. Watch Parts Unknown Sunday 9pm EST.
  • U.S. skiing star's shock career change
    He's won six Olympic medals on two legs, but Bode Miller's future will ride on four.
  • First college game will be dying player's last
    The NCAA moved up opening day so a player with terminal brain cancer can realize her dream of playing college basketball.
  • Best of this year's microscopic art
    The true test of patience is peering for hours into a microscope waiting for a rotifer to open its mouth so you can snap a quick photo.
  • 5 strange facts about candy corn
    Yes, there's actually corn in it. Corn syrup, if that counts.
  • The groom-bride fall you must see
    Groom carrying bride falls on his face ... and hers. CNN's Jeanne Moos counts down the top five wedding fails.
  • 18 photos that defy perspective
    Did she really kiss the Great Sphinx of Egypt? Forced perspective uses optical illusion to make objects appear closer or farther than the really are. The resulting pictures will blow your mind.
  • Stop unhealthy food cravings
    How often are you overcome with the desire to devour a chocolate bar or cheeseburger? Even the most nutrition-conscious people have to learn how to cope with cravings, sometimes for not-so-nutritious foods. You might think that a longing for these unhealthy treats results from emotions, and that could be true -- but not necessarily.
  • This is T-Pain without Auto-Tune
    T-Pain performs "Buy U A Drank" without autotune and his performance may actually surprise you.
  • Medical innovations may change your life
    Can we predict the future of medicine? Although designer babies and a disease-free world may or may not come to pass, you can get a glimpse of the most promising and upcoming medical innovations each year, via the Cleveland Clinic.
  • Inside the world of a feminist stripper
    I'm neither a happy hooker nor a sad stripper. I don't have a boyfriend in jail, any kids or a drug habit. I'm a writer, teacher and stripper.
  • Starbucks to baristas: No engagement rings
    Starbucks has adopted a dress code policy which says baristas cannot wear watches, bracelets or even engagement rings.
  • This Halloween costume is epic
    One Colorado man decided to customize his stepson's wheelchair, and the result is nothing short of epic. KUSA reports.
  • Ellsberg: He's a hero
    Daniel Ellsberg tells CNN's Don Lemon that NSA leaker Edward Snowden showed courage, has done an enormous service.
  • Deadly mishap wrecks Virgin Galactic spaceship
    The manned Virgin Galactic flight, a test for possible space tourism, broke apart during a test over the Mojave Desert, killing one pilot and injuring a second pilot, who parachuted to the ground.
  • 3rd victim dies from Wash. school shooting
    A third victim of last week's shooting at a Washington state high school has died, according to the hospital that treated victims. Shaylee Chuckulnaskit was just 14 years old. In addition to the three victims killed, the gunman is also dead.
  • Third victim dies from Wash. school shooting
    A third victim of last week's shooting at a Washington state high school has died, according to the hospital that treated victims. Shaylee Chuckulnaskit was just 14 years old. In addition to the three victims killed, the gunman is also dead.
  • Mexican court orders release of U.S. Marine
    A court ordered the release of U.S. Marine reservist Andrew Paul Tahmooressi, held in prison since March on a weapons charge, the Mexican federal government says.
  • 1 dead in Virgin's spaceship failure
    The test-flight incident occurred shortly after Virgin Galactic's tourism spaceplane separated from the vehicle that carries it aloft, the FAA said.
  • Deadly mishap wrecks Virgin Galactic craft
    The manned Virgin Galactic flight, a test for possible space tourism, broke apart during a test over the Mojave Desert, killing one pilot and injuring a second pilot, who parachuted to the ground.
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  • Virgin Galactic spacecraft fails
    A deadly mishap wrecks Virgin Galactic spaceship. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
  • Deadly day for space tourism
    With the same peril that the Wright Brothers faced in becoming the first men to fly planes, mankind's quest for space tourism is also fraught with deadly trial and error.
  • Space Accidents Fast Facts
    Note: This list includes accidents that affected astronauts or other staff related to the spacecrafts. Accidents that involved unmanned spacecraft are not included.
  • Opinion: Truth about space flight
    Friday's crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShip Two, with its tragic loss of life, comes just three days after the failure of Orbital Sciences Corp.'s Antares re-supply mission to the International Space Station.
  • Operator deliberately destroyed rocket
    The unmanned Antares rocket that exploded off the coast of Virginia was deliberately destroyed after it became apparent there was a problem, a spokesman for Orbital Sciences Corporation said Thursday.
  • SpaceShipTwo
    The first sign there was a problem with Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo came at about 45,000 feet, just two minutes after the spaceplane separated from the jet-powered aircraft that carried it aloft.
  • U.S. Marine
    A Mexico court has ordered the release of U.S. Marine reservist Andrew Paul Tahmooressi, held in a Mexican prison since March on a weapons charge, a Mexican federal government press release said Friday.
  • Hazing conviction
    The alleged ringleader of a group of Florida A&M University marching band students who beat drum major Robert Champion Jr. in a 2011 hazing incident was convicted Friday of multiple charges related to Champion's death, according to CNN affiliate CFN13, which was in the courtroom when the verdict was read.
  • D.C. ax attack
    An officer with Washington's Metropolitan Police Department came under an unprovoked attack Friday from a man wielding an ax, police said, the second such attack in two weeks that is prompting warnings and new protocols to officers on the job.
  • Roman Polanski
    Famed film director Roman Polanski, wanted in the United States for having sex with a minor in the 1970s, was questioned this week by Polish authorities but allowed to leave after the interview.
  • Ebola
    The boyfriend of a Maine nurse who defied an Ebola quarantine is speaking out, saying isolating returnees from West Africa will affect their partners as well.
  • Chelsea Handler
    Comedian Chelsea Handler often aims to spark controversy, and one of her latest Instagram snapshots is no exception.
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  • 5 can't-miss Tanzania experiences
    Tanzania is far more than just a spot to climb the world's tallest freestanding mountain. It's got stunning wildlife, an expansive volcanic crater and intriguing islands, too.
  • 14 things to know about Paraguay
    Overshadowed by its bigger, flashier neighbors, Paraguay is a curious country that's overlooked by visitors who flock to South American destinations like Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and the highlands of the Andes.
  • Anthony Bourdain's family mystery
    Bourdain seeks information in Paraguay about his great-great-great grandfather, who emigrated from France in the 1850s.
  • This is the Boogie Down Bronx
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  • Is this America's funniest city?
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  • Honeymooners on wheels
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  • 50 states, 50 natural wonders
    The coasts get all the glory in the United States, but there's something fun to do in each and every state. Yes, every state. Check out our gallery of travel suggestions for 2014 and share your own.
  • Nature's most spectacular shows
    Fireworks are fantastic and human endeavor has its place, but sometimes Mother Nature outshines any performance we can produce.
  • 10 record-setting natural wonders
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  • Virgin Islands
    The British and U.S. Virgin Islands offer crystal blue waters and beautifully serene escapes. iReporters shared their photos with us.
  • Ireland
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  • Nice, France
    Nice, France, draws celebrities and tourists from all over the world -- for good reason. Check out iReporters' snapshots to see why.
  • Otherworldly places
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  • Paris
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  • Autumn color
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  • London landmarks
    London is brimming with historic and iconic sights that create perfect picture postcards. iReporters take us on their own personal tour of London's best with their photos.
  • Morocco

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    Forced perspective uses optical illusion to make objects appear closer or farther than the really are. The resulting pictures will blow your mind.
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    It's that time of the year when winter sports enthusiasts dust off their skis and snowboards and get ready to hit the slopes in search of perfect powder and fresh adventures.
  • Travel photos we wish we'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.
  • Forest service: No #bearselfies!
    A warning issued recently by wildlife officials at Taylor Creek Visitor Center in South Lake Tahoe, California, says visitors are getting too close to black bears in the area.
  • Suspect named in park vandalism
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  • 5 amazing Iran landmarks
    Wander off the beaten track to stay in a hotel carved from rock or an ancient aristocrat's home.
  • Taylor Swift as NYC ambassador? Meh.
    Taylor Swift will be welcoming you to New York for the next year as its official ambassador, but many of the city's residents are already wishing the megastar had stayed home in Nashville. We have our own nominees for that most prestigious of posts.
  • Photos that defy perspective
    Did she really kiss the Great Sphinx of Egypt? Forced perspective uses optical illusion to make objects appear closer or farther than the really are. The resulting pictures will blow your mind.
  • Forest service warns against #bearselfies
    A warning issued recently by wildlife officials at Taylor Creek Visitor Center in South Lake Tahoe, California, says visitors are getting too close to black bears in the area.
  • Suspect named in national park vandalism across 4 states
    It's a bad idea to deface national parks. It's even dumber to tag your vandalism across four states and have the images go viral among vexed nature enthusiasts.
  • Taylor Swift as NYC ambassador? Meh.
    Taylor Swift will be welcoming you to New York for the next year as its official ambassador, but many of the city's residents are already wishing the megastar had stayed home in Nashville. We have our own nominees for that most prestigious of posts.
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    Top places in Big D to dine with clients, sleep comfortably and buy gifts that clearly didn't come from the airport.
  • Why Lady Liberty is hipper than you think
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  • Company turns your movie fantasies into vacations
    Finnish company Luxury Action says it'll turn fantasy travel scripts into reality -- and film them.
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  • Wi-Fi hot spot named after terror group delays flight
    A transatlantic American Airlines flight was delayed Sunday after a passenger noticed a portable Wi-Fi connection named "Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork."
  • The airport that refuses to die
    It's crowded and outdated, but Berlin's hexagon-shaped Tegel Airport has won a place in the city's heart.
  • Europe's best new boutique hotels
    A former fire station and a converted girls' school are among the elegant and quirky places celebrating their first summer.
  • 8 irresistible indoor hotel pools
    When it comes to hotel pools, striking décor, luxury amenities and stunning settings mean many indoor swimming holes can now challenge even the most glamorous outdoor pools.
  • 9 intriguing hotel traditions
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  • 15 hidden ski resorts
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  • Best affordable island hotels
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  • Sleeping with the fish
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  • 8 elegant U.S. mansion hotels
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  • Gatsby glam: 8 grand estates
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  • 'Downton' in America: 6 big estates
    Few of us can imagine living the opulent "Downton Abbey" lives of the fictional Crawley family at the turn of the 20th century.
  • Fastest sport you've never heard of
    Look out NASCAR, one of the world's fastest motor sports wants to steal your fans.
  • Area 51 spy jet pilots talk
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  • Spruce Goose's bizarre story
    One of the biggest planes in the world hits a money snag. Here's the inside story of the amazingly bizarre "Spruce Goose."
  • A rail renaissance
    It's been 21 years, and John Moore still eagerly leans against his passenger window to watch the landscape pass by as the train he commutes on every day roars over the Moodna Viaduct in Cornwall, New York.
  • Libraries are dying? Think again
    Temples to the printed word still draw devotees despite an increasingly digital world. Check out 27 fascinating libraries in honor of National Library Week.
  • Inside the wave: Aquatic pics
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  • Loving Chicago, despite it all
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  • Picture perfect Northern lights
    iReporter Malcolm Park captures the beauty of the northern lights in time lapse over Ontario, Canada.
  • Travel Photo of the Day
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  • Family trees: Journey into the past
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  • Delhi's must-try street eats
    With the sweltering summer bidding adieu and pleasant autumn temperatures setting in, now's the time to explore New Delhi.
  • 11 best ways to experience Hawaii
    Who doesn't imagine packing up and relocating to America's tropical wonderland? Before you flee the mainland, try to experience the islands like a true Hawaiian to see whether you have what it takes to handle all that paradise.
  • Scotland's most spectacular castles
    In the best fairy tales, there is always a castle: tall turrets, an intimidating moat and a breathtaking view. In Scotland, those imposing castles overlook deep lochs and tower over cities.
  • World's best urban resorts
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  • Five spectacular art fair cities
    If you're of the opinion that the only thing better than viewing great art is owning it, put these destinations on your travel itinerary.
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