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- The man who brought us Freddy Krueger
- 'Ready for Kanye' committee formed
One Republican in Maryland is ready for President Kanye West.
- Obama to appear on survival show
While on his three-day trip to Alaska -- aimed at promoting climate change action -- President Barack Obama will tape an episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," NBC and the White House announced Monday.
- Donald Trump's Iowa playbook
- Christie attacks Clinton on emails
On the campaign trail Saturday, it didn't take much time for Chris Christie to attack Hillary Clinton on her private email use.
- Bernie Sanders: NRA gave me a D-
- Is Obama hypocritical on Arctic?
Obama's on a climate tour of Alaska this week.
- Police lives matter
The seemingly unprovoked killing of Harris County, Texas, sheriff's Deputy Darren Goforth brings the total number of law enforcement officers shot to death this year to date to a staggering 23 -- 23 human lives lost to violence -- 23 lives that mattered.
- Christie's laughable FedEx plan on immigration
- Madeleine Albright: Iran deal is a win-win
I teach my students that foreign policy is persuading other countries to do what you want. The tools available to accomplish this include everything from kind words to cruise missiles. Mixing them properly and with sufficient patience is the art of diplomacy, a task that for the United States has proved challenging even with our closest allies, and altogether necessary with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
- What Marvel film taught this boy
Last year, at the age of 3, Sawyer Dunlap could say only a few words. Then, he saw "Guardians of the Galaxy."
- Deflategate ruling coming soon
The NFL, Tom Brady and the NFL Players Association failed Monday to reach a settlement concerning Brady's four-game suspension. However, a ruling is coming soon.
- Rival surges, ties Trump in Iowa
For the first time in more than a month, mogul Donald Trump is not leading the field in one of the first four nominating states in the Republican primary, according to a new poll.
- Hurricane Fred forms in Atlantic
Hurricane Fred has formed off the coast of West Africa, prompting a hurricane warning for Cape Verde, which is bracing for heavy rains and high winds, the National Weather Service said Monday.
- 'Scream' director Wes Craven dies
Wes Craven, the visionary filmmaker who defined the horror genre with the long-enduring "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise and later deconstructed and redefined it with "Scream," has died. He was 76.
- DA: Killer shot 'entire pistol'
- What in the world happened at VMAs
Leave it to the MTV Video Music Awards to give folks plenty to talk about the next day.
- Tori Kelly takes VMAs by storm, but who is she?
Amidst all the hoopla over Kanye West running for president in 2020 and Miley Cyrus being Miley Cyrus, one performance at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards had many viewers asking, "Who was that?"
- Double black hole powers quasar
Single black holes are impressive enough, but astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have discovered a galaxy being powered by a quasar that contains two of the time-space benders, "furiously whirling about each other," the space agency observed in a news release.
- U.S. Navy sub breaks Arctic ice
- Reporter's mom: No intimidation on gun control
It's been less than a week since murder set their lives onto a new course, into roles they never wanted to take on and into a battle they never planned to fight.
- Tame the Arctic gold rush
- The Bernie Sanders surge
- Miley wore WHAT??
- Family travels 13,000 miles see Pope
They left their home in Buenos Aires in March on a 13,000-mile journey through 13 countries. Their destination: Philadelphia. Their goal: spending time together.
- How 'Guardians of the Galaxy' taught a child to speak
- Your fake Viagra could kill you
- Oliver Sacks, renowned neurologist, dies at 82
- Meet the shady ladies of anti-VD posters
- Students dress like Superman to honor teen who died of cancer
Jonathan Fluker's best friend started calling him Superman after he was diagnosed with cancer in 2009.
- Patients fooled by fake drugs made with poison and brick dust
"My daughter got ill with pneumonia, so I was told to give her some powder medication from the local market," Shazill Maqsood says.
- Wayne Dyer, self-help guru, dies at 75
- Brain-eating amoeba kills 14-year-old star athlete
- As kids go back to school, states look to encourage vaccinations
- Blind people can be racist, too, study says
- Dr. Sanjay Gupta, others reflect 10 years after Katrina
As the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, CNN Opinion asked residents and those involved in New Orleans' recovery for their take on the lessons learned, and what the city means to them. All views are the authors' own.
- Can synthetic narcotics lead to heroin?
- What is the plague?
- Rand Paul vows to continue eye surgery if president
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul will continue performing eye surgery if elected president, he told CNN on Friday.
- Could teen have run with severed spine?
- How one teen lost 165 pounds
- Frozen green beans recalled over listeria scare
- How to allergy-proof your day
Suffer from seasonal, outdoor allergies? See how to allergy-proof your day.
- One man's poop is another's medicine
- 12 plague cases in 2015; Utah resident dies
- FDA approves new cholesterol-lowering drug
- Should media show on-air killings?
After the on-air Virginia killings, media organizations struggled with whether (or how much) to show of the incident. CNN commenators weigh in.
- Why the U.S. has the most mass shootings
- The psychology of cheating and apologizing
- The possible warning signs of workplace violence
In Alabama, a recently fired man walks into a UPS facility he'd worked at, shoots dead two people, then takes his own life.
Headlines last updated on Aug 31, 2015 14:05:45pm.
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- Singapore's 5 spectacular new structures
- How to fly cross-country without using airports
- 10 up-and-coming wine regions
- The perfect mac and cheese in under two minutes
- 7 super-spicy Korean dishes
Our mission: Find the spiciest, most lip-burning, tongue-scalding, stomach-scorching dish in Korea.
- 'Chef' fools fine diners into enjoying inferior food
Study in Hong Kong shows that the mere presence of a chef make dishes taste better
- Airbnb: Budget luxury for business travelers?
With over a million listings in 190 countries, Airbnb already offers more rooms than Hilton. Could it steal their business clients?
- Life on a cruise ship
- Newborn snow leopards ready for their closeup at Chicago's Brookfield Zoo
Chicago's Brookfield Zoo on Friday shared the first pictures and video of two newborn snow leopard cubs born on June 16.
- From Boston to Las Vegas in 3 months
Danish photographer Andreas Beck took some gorgeous shots of the United States during a road trip across the country last fall.
- Behave, foreigners! Kyoto issues etiquette guides for tourists
Toilet and tipping protocol among behaviors many tourists have yet to master in the historic city.
- Will we ever see buildings like these again?
Many minds and hands are involved in the creation of great architecture: the planner's vision, the architect's sketch, the engineer's calculations and the builder's skill all contribute to the look and feel of the eventual outcome.
- Did communists have the right idea?
One of the most common ways of dismissing "communism" is to point to its monolithic modern architecture, and one of the most common ways of dismissing modern architecture is to point to its association with Soviet communism.
- Burning Man rises in desert
- 16 years of Burning Man art
- Take a peek at the world's most elegant cars
The ultimate display of elegance, here's a look at the highlights from one of the biggest car celebrations in the world: Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
- Why now's the time to look for lemurs
On the trail of impossibly cute creatures in one of the world's most amazing wildlife hotspots
- French city offers visions of the future
As the gastronomic capital of France, Lyon has been known to whet the appetite. These days, the city is drawing attention for its architectural ambitions.
- 10 dream trips every traveler should take
- Meet Nitama, Japan's new cat stationmaster
New appointment is the first graduate of the Cat Stationmaster Training School and a top-notch protege of the late Tama.
- Why renewed New Orleans is better than ever
- Baby panda dies just days after birth at National Zoo
- Remote Atlantic runway to open up Napoleon's hidden island
Almost 200 years ago a British warship transported Napoleon Bonaparte to his exile on the island of St. Helena, a place from where it would be impossible for him to escape ever again.
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