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As soon as Detectives Paul McClaskey and Jerry Verdugo turned on a camera they recovered from a pawn shop, they knew they had found something special.
A passerby caught a teen leaping from the third floor of a burning home. CNN affiliate WFMZ reports.
A federal judge ruled Friday it is unconstitutional to force abortion clinics to become surgical centers in the state of Texas, effectively throwing out a key component of an anti-abortion law that would have forced the closure of a number of facilities.
Tom Fuentes discusses a St. Louis-area officer resigning after he was filmed pointing his rifle at Ferguson protestors.
Author Ben Judah says Vladimir Putin has presented a "Nazi Ukraine" to the Russian people and is trapped by propaganda.
Italian newspaper Il Tempo reports that Pope Francis is a target ISIS has "in the crosshairs." CNN's John Allen reports.
Rep. Peter King says Obama wearing a tan suit during a press conference was a metaphor for a "lack of seriousness."
Texas brewery Austin Beerworks is doing its part to "keep Austin weird" by releasing the first 99-pack of beer to consumers.
Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body. This week we look at salt intake and its impact on MS; junk food and the damage it does to your desire to eat healthy; how drinking coffee may help you keep your teeth; and how more parents have their kids vaccinated.
Society wanted a fix for our prescription pain pill addiction, so we restricted the medications. People then started reaching for a more accessible substitute.
The West African country of Senegal has confirmed its first Ebola case one week after closing its border with Guinea over fears that the deadly outbreak could spread, the Senegalese Press Agency reported Friday.
CNN's Isha Sesay asks Emory University's Dr. Jay Varkey questions from CNN viewers about the Ebola virus.
Azwan Elias arrived in America this summer filled with excitement and eagerness to learn. Everyone who knows him says he is wise beyond his 17 years, that he is destined to lead others in his restive homeland of Iraq.
The grieving family of the Arizona instructor accidentally shot and killed by a girl learning to fire an Uzi expressed sympathy for the 9-year-old in a nationally televised interview Friday.