Missing UN Workers Found Dead

Missing UN Workers Found Dead

The bodies of UN workers Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalan were found in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 00

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Three Home Invaders Killed At Residence

Three Home Invaders Killed At Residence

Three teens dressed in black, wearing masks and carrying weapons were shot and killed by a resident during a home invasion. 00

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ICE Releases ‘Dreamer’ Daniel Ramirez Medina

ICE Releases ‘Dreamer’ Daniel Ramirez Medina

Daniel Ramirez Medina, an undocumented immigrant whose arrest drew national attention, has been released from a detention center in Tacoma, Washington. 00

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Boy Donates His Gaming System To Police

Boy Donates His Gaming System To Police

7-year-old Brady Duke gave away his Wii gaming system to the police in his Wisconsin town as a goodwill gesture after the department lost one of their officers. 00

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US Skiing Champion Talks About Her Unusual Pets

US Skiing Champion Talks About Her Unusual Pets

Did you hear the one about the best female skier in the world and her two reindeer? Don Riddell asks Mikaela Shiffrin about her unusual pets. 00

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JFK on Education at Vanderbilt University, 1963

JFK on Education at Vanderbilt University, 1963

John Fitzgerald ‘Jack’ Kennedy, commonly referred to by his initials JFK, was an American politician who served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. While addressing at 90th anniversary convocation of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee on May 18, 1963,...

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Life After Deportation: A Stranger In Mexico

Life After Deportation: A Stranger In Mexico

Jorge Matadamas is a Mexican citizen, but at 23 years old, everything about the country is brand new to him. 00

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Cyclone Debbie Prompts Evacuations

Cyclone Debbie Prompts Evacuations

Thousands of residents in Queensland, Australia, have been ordered to leave their homes as severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie approaches, bringing with it powerful winds and heavy rain. 00

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Sanctuary Cities: What You Need To Know

Sanctuary Cities: What You Need To Know

The term “sanctuary city” isn’t a legal or legislative designation, but something else entirely. Nick Valencia reports. 00

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Trump Rally Turns Violent

Trump Rally Turns Violent

Trump supporters and anti-Trump protesters clashed at two pro-Trump rallies in California and Oregon. 00

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Escalator Plummets, Shoppers Tumble

Escalator Plummets, Shoppers Tumble

An escalator at a Hong Kong shopping mall suddenly reversed, sending passengers tumbling. At least 18 people were injured in the incident, according to CCTV. 00

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Kushner Skiing As Health Care Bill Floundered

Kushner Skiing As Health Care Bill Floundered

A source tells President is upset that his son-in-law, and senior adviser, Jared Kushner was not around during a crucial week for the GOP health care bill. 00

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Cat Yoga

Cat Yoga

Over 60 million people came to New York City last year, but this downtown yoga class offers a quiet place to go with the flow with cats. 00

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Raising The Dead From S. Korea Ferry Disaster

Raising The Dead From S. Korea Ferry Disaster

Three years after the Sewol ferry sank and killed 304 people, the vessel was raised to the surface in South Korea. 00

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Boy’s Dog Killed By US Government Cyanide Trap

Boy’s Dog Killed By US Government Cyanide Trap

A 14-year-old boy’s dog was recently killed near his family’s home in Idaho when it came across a US government cyanide trap intended to control coyote activity. 00

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Cancer Deaths Linked To Breast Implants

Cancer Deaths Linked To Breast Implants

The US Food and Drug Administration has reported nine deaths from a rare form of cancer that is associated with breast implants. 00

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How Do You Drive A Snow Cat?

How Do You Drive A Snow Cat?

Snowcats are the machines that make ski slopes smooth and are key to successful Ski World Cup races. Christina Macfarlane finds out how to drive one. 00

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How The Airline Electronic Ban Is Actually Affecting Travelers

How The Airline Electronic Ban Is Actually Affecting Travelers

We asked people to tell us how they could be affected by the ban ? here’s how they responded on WhatsApp. 00

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Man Who Attended 45 Rallies Now Opposes Trump

Man Who Attended 45 Rallies Now Opposes Trump

Some loyal supporters of President Donald Trump now find themselves at odds with the President over their support for Obamacare. 00

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Bartending With Balance

Bartending With Balance

Award-winning bartender, Beau du Bois, explains why his experiences mix into the perfect cocktail. 00

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North Korea Celebrates Rocket Engine Test

North Korea Celebrates Rocket Engine Test

Experts say North Korea’s latest “high thrust” engine test could fit a rocket or an intercontinental ballistic missile. 00

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Intruder Attempts To Breach White House

Intruder Attempts To Breach White House

A person attempted to jump over an expanded bike rack outside the White House fence. Two Secret Service agents arrested the person. 00

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House Explosion Caught On Camera

House Explosion Caught On Camera

A video doorbell caught the moment a neighbors house exploded. The blast was so powerful it caused damage to several nearby homes. 00

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What Is Scientology?

What Is Scientology?

Religious scholar Reza Aslan explores the origin and central ideas of Scientology, the new American religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard. “Believer” airs every Sunday at 10p ET. 00

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Laptop Theft Is Latest Secret Service Mishap

Laptop Theft Is Latest Secret Service Mishap

The Secret Service is again under scrutiny after several security breaches. A stolen laptop, containing security details of Trump Tower, is the agency’s latest setback. CNN’s Brynn Gingras has more. 00

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‘Grannies’ In India Goes Back To School

‘Grannies’ In India Goes Back To School

Every day for two hours, women aged 60 to 98 in the remote village of Phangane, India, go to Aaji Bai’s shala, or “grannies school.” 00

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Venezuela Government Refuses International Aid

Venezuela Government Refuses International Aid

Price of food is skyrocketing in Venezuela and the government is refusing international aid. Starving Venezuelans are scavenging for food in the streets. 00

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Cruise Ship Plows Into Pristine Coral Reef

Cruise Ship Plows Into Pristine Coral Reef

Authorities in Indonesia are considering criminal charges against a cruise ship captain who ran his vessel into a coral reef. 00

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From A Water Bottle To A Fashionista

From A Water Bottle To A Fashionista

We take a look at the shoe company called Rothy’s, that can make the claim green is really now the new black. 00

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Winter Storm Pummels Millions, Grounds Flights

Winter Storm Pummels Millions, Grounds Flights

Tens of millions in the Northeast have felt the impact of a massive winter storm. Brian Todd reports on conditions across the region. 00

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Students In Italy Raise Awareness About Slavery

Students In Italy Raise Awareness About Slavery

As CNN celebrates #MyFreedomDay, students in Italy speak with Zain Asher about what they’re doing to raise awareness about human trafficking. 00

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Dangerous Winter Storm To Slam Northeast

Dangerous Winter Storm To Slam Northeast

A dangerous winter storm is set to bury the Northeast in a matter of hours. Blizzard warnings are in effect for New York City, Boston and Philadelphia. 00

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Author Of Viral ‘Modern Love’ Column Dies

Author Of Viral ‘Modern Love’ Column Dies

Just weeks ago, Amy Krouse Rosenthal wrote a devastating “Modern Love” column about her soon-to-be-widower husband. 00

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Mom Writes Poem To NICU Staff

Mom Writes Poem To NICU Staff

The mom of a premature baby born at 24 weeks weighing 1 pound 8 ounces wrote a poem to the NICU staff. 00

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The Russian Schools Training Women To Be Housewives

The Russian Schools Training Women To Be Housewives

In Russia, there are schools women can attend to learn how to to be polite and keep a tidy house. So what are these schools like? And are they antifeminist? 00

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The Key To Great Ideas Revealed

The Key To Great Ideas Revealed

A psychologist reveals the key to great ideas and having lots of them. 00

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What’s Life Really Like For Women In Afghanistan?

What’s Life Really Like For Women In Afghanistan?

Afghanistan is often depicted as a Middle Eastern country that requires women to wear burqas in public, but the real story here is actually much more complicated than that. So what is life like for women in Afghanistan? 00

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What Is Vodou?

What Is Vodou?

Reza Aslan explores the history and ideas behind this Afro-Caribbean religion. “Believer” airs every Sunday at 10p ET. 00

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Iraqis Wage Intense Urban Combat Against ISIS

Iraqis Wage Intense Urban Combat Against ISIS

Iraqi forces engage ISIS fighters in urban combat on the streets of Mosul. 00

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Horror Inside Mosul

Horror Inside Mosul

Exclusive CNN material by freelance cameraman Ricardo Garcia Vilanova shows a raw glimpse of the intensity of the battle for western Mosul. 00

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Adopted Chinese Boy New Life In Missouri

Adopted Chinese Boy New Life In Missouri

Will Ripley talks with Jason Wilson and his family after being adopted from China. 00

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Noah: When I See Trump, I See A Stand-Up Comedian

Noah: When I See Trump, I See A Stand-Up Comedian

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah told Van Jones that President Donald Trump can effectively connect with people like a stand-up comedian. 00

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Who Is Jon Huntsman?

Who Is Jon Huntsman?

Jon Huntsman has accepted President Donald Trump’s offer to serve as the next US ambassador to Russia, several senior administration officials told. 00

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WikiLeaks: CIA Hacks Phones, TVs Worldwide

WikiLeaks: CIA Hacks Phones, TVs Worldwide

WikiLeaks claims that it has acquired documents on how the CIA uses cyberweapons to spy on people around the world, including the ability to hack into smart phones and smart TVs. CNN’s Brian Todd reports. 00

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An Undocumented Mom Faces Immigration Check-In

An Undocumented Mom Faces Immigration Check-In

Francisca Lino has been checking in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for 12 years but this is her first time reporting since Donald Trump became president. CNN’s Rosa Flores reports. 00

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The Human Scars Of Philippines Drug War

The Human Scars Of Philippines Drug War

The effects of the violent war against drugs are still keenly felt in Manila’s poor “promised land” district. 00

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Black Poets Challenge Trump

Black Poets Challenge Trump

Poets and poetry slam hosts from Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC share their lyrical reflections on the Trump presidency. The poets are Charity Blackwell, Drew Anderson, 2Deep the Poetess and Slli’m Williams. Video by Charlotte Pamment 00

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Will US Move Its Israel Embassy To Jerusalem?

Will US Move Its Israel Embassy To Jerusalem?

Rep. Ron DeSantis visited Israel to tour what is believed to be a potential site for a new US Embassy in Jerusalem. 00

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China Lowers Economic Growth Target

China Lowers Economic Growth Target

China expects its growth engine to continue to cool off after decades of breakneck expansion. The government said that it’s targeting growth of “around 6.5% or higher if possible” in 2017. 00

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Why Was Kim Jong-nam Killed?

Why Was Kim Jong-nam Killed?

His half brother is not the first member of the ruling dynasty to be killed, since Kim Jong-un became North Korea’s leader in 2011. 00

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