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He killed 175 enemy troops
As many as 175 enemy troops killed, 18 wounds from enemy fire, 38 hours of battle, 48 hours evading the North Vietnamese troops in the bush -- and one tiger. Those are the numbers behind Sgt. Maj. Bennie Adkins' Medal of Honor, an award he received from President Barack Obama in a White House ceremony Monday.


Video shows police beat Christians
Church leaders in eastern China say that they are facing the worst persecution in decades. CNN's David McKenzie explains.


Christians in China try to save symbol
Wenzhou is known as the Jerusalem of China and throughout this year the local Communist Party authorities have demolished scores of churches and forcibly removed more than three hundred church crosses. Chinese church leaders say it's the worst anti-Christian crackdown in decades.


Hurricane Odile roars ashore
Hurricane Odile made landfall at the southernmost tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula late Sunday, slamming the popular tourist destination with powerful winds and heavy rains.


Famous hotel has a very old secret
One of America' most famous hotels kept a unique secret for three decades. CNN's Richard Quest visits the Greenbrier.


See the world's first 3D-printed car
"Strati", the Italian word for "layers", is the name of the first 3D printed electric car, made in Chicago.


4-year-old shamed publicly
This father punished his 4-year-old son by making him hold a sign on the street that says "I hit little girls."


Stewart to Paltrow: Don't try to be me


Beyonce and Jay Z: Breakup or baby?
Beyonce and Jay Z appear determined to keep fans guessing. The conversation swirling around them has gone from "Are they over?" to "Are they overjoyed about an addition to their family?"


Girl wishes Obama was Beyoncé
A sixth-grade girl told President Obama she was disappointed he was at her school and not Beyoncé.


'Glee' star and his boyfriend marry


This reunion will warm your heart
A WWII veteran and a 3-year-old reunite to have a heartwarming play date. KARE has the story.


Alzheimer's smell-test detection?
Is it possible to detect Alzheimer's disease early by using a smell test or an eye exam? CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains.


'Django' actress handcuffed by police
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts defended her refusal to show her ID to Los Angeles police before they handcuffed her last week.


'This just might be a city of Taco Bells'
How do we sustain and celebrate the restaurants have helped establish neighborhoods? Food & Wine's Kate Krader proposes a solution.


Police: Teens cited for sexting
Police cited two teen boys for sharing a nude photo of a girl while they were in class. CNN affiliate WKMG reports.


iPhone 6 gets the pocket test
Rachel Crane got her hands on the iPhone 6 specs, printed up some models and put the new, bigger phones to the test.


'I had these different names'
For half a decade, Morten Storm moved between two worlds. Now, the radical Islamist turned double agent is lifting the lid on some of the world's best-kept secrets.


He played matchmaker to terrorist
Two identities and the ever-present, very real risk of death. That was the life of Morten Storm, a radical Islamist turned double agent, who's now lifting the lid on some of the world's best-kept secrets.


U.S. strikes near Baghdad
As world leaders struggled to come up with strategies to combat the threat from ISIS, U.S. military aircraft targeted one of the Islamist militant group's positions near Baghdad.


Kurdish forces battling ISIS
CNN's Anna Coren is on the front lines with Kurdish Peshmerga forces as they fight ISIS in Northern Iraq.


Iraq under siege


Is it OK to hunt while pregnant?
The course of events that led me from a promise never to be one of those women who wrote about her pregnancy to writing this column is a little circuitous, involving a wedding in Jackson Hole, an ill-timed bris and a dove hunt in Eastern Maryland. Obviously.


Kanye West copies the rest of us
David Perry says Kanye West was practicing behavior that many of us engage in -- showing skepticism about people's disabilities.


Borger: Vote on war against ISIS?
Gloria Borger says each party has reasons to avoid a war vote -- and they're all about the midterm elections


British know who the beheader is
He has beheaded again. The tall, masked British man with the London accent, working with ISIS.


Spanking isn't parenting; it's abuse
Mel Robbins says the only person you can legally hit in the United States is a child. That's wrong.


Scotland's big vote 2 days away
The three main UK party leaders gave a joint promise Tuesday that Scotland will get extra powers if it opts to stay part of the United Kingdom in a landmark vote in two days' time.


Jets use highway as airstrip
Fighter jets and other combat aircraft used Taiwan's main highway as a makeshift airstrip Tuesday as part of a dawn drill that simulated an attack from China.


Security hole may expose kids' data
Hackers have discovered one of the biggest potential security holes of the modern era. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.


Taliban kill 3 NATO troops
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing targeting a convoy of foreign forces in the Afghan capital.


Update on Michael Brown case
A grand jury in Missouri now has more time decide whether Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson should be charged for the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.


U.S. senator drops F-bomb
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says she had to hold her tongue when a male labor leader made comments about her post-pregnancy weight,


Wildfires threaten thousands
Wildfires raced across Northern California overnight, charring at least 9,000 acres and forcing thousands from their homes, fire officials said.


Volcano zone evacuated
Thousands of people are being evacuated from the area around an active volcano in the Philippines after the country's seismology agency issued an alert saying a hazardous eruption could happen "within weeks."


Apple learns lesson in U2 release
Apple learned an important lesson this week: Not everyone likes U2. And even those who do really don't like it when you put files on their devices without asking.


Here is where comet probe will land
Scientists have picked a prime landing site on the "head" of a comet for the next stage of the Rosetta mission.


Is U.S. murder suspect a jihadist?
Pamela Brown reports that a suspect in a string of killings might have been motivated by strong anti-U.S. sentiments.


Should you hit your kid?
NFL star Adrian Peterson's indictment on child abuse charges has sparked a debate about whether corporal punishment is justified and effective.


Enterovirus hits 2 more states
Indiana and Montana have joined the growing list of states with confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68, health officials say.


Construction sign causes a stir
An electronic construction sign along an Alaska road was altered by pranksters to read "money over b*****s."


Ellsberg: He's a hero
Daniel Ellsberg tells CNN's Don Lemon that NSA leaker Edward Snowden showed courage, has done an enormous service.


What a shot! 34 sports photos


Ultimate first-class airline offerings
Sure, first class sounds swank, but when you're paying a premium of several thousand dollars a ticket, it can be hard to justify the added expense.


NFL protesters alter CoverGirl ad
Despite abuse scandals involving four NFL star players, several major sponsors have voiced support for the league.


Thicke: 'I was high,' lied about 'Lines'
Summer 2013 was blurry for Robin Thicke, according to what the "Blurred Lines" singer told lawyers in April.


Kim Kardashian met her 'SNL' double
Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Nasim Pedrad gets a real thrill dressing as Aziz Ansari.


Breathtaking views of northern lights
Enjoy views of the aurora borealis from around the world in today's one-minute escape.


Car-sized fireball caught on camera
An apparent fireball lit up the New Jersey skyline. CNN affiliate News 12 New Jersey reports.


5 overlooked world treasures
What a veteran traveler you are.


Behemoth bunny on a bunker burns
Dutch installation artist Florentijn Hofman must be feeling cursed right about now.


9/11 mystery solved after 13 years
The mystery of a wedding photo found at Ground Zero has been solved after 13 years. CNN affiliate KDVR has the story.


America's most wanted terrorists
Deb Feyerick explores the lives & dossiers of ISIS & Al-Qaeda's top leaders.


Can this device make flying more fun?
It's either a genius idea for reducing the miseries of long-haul air travel -- or an extreme method of distracting passengers from arguments about leg room.


Taylor Swift surprises fraternity brothers
Singer Taylor Swift offered members of a fraternity concert tickets to her show after seeing their viral video.


Kanye singles out disabled fans at show
Kanye West is getting heat after demanding that everyone at show in Sydney stand up for his performance.


The new Miss America is ...
Hmm, there must be something in the water in New York.


From 'sumo wrestler' to distance runner
Yusuke Kirimoto was always overweight.


Prince Harry is now how old?
Henry Charles Albert David -- better known to most as Britain's Prince Harry -- turns 30 on Monday. It's been a life filled with tremendous highs and and tragic lows. What do you know about Harry?


Machete attack caught on camera
A group of individuals, one of whom was wielding a machete, attacked two brothers in Chicago. WLS reports.


Machete attack caught on camera
A group of individuals, one of whom was wielding a machete, attacked two brothers in Chicago. WLS reports.


To spank or not spank?
NFL star's indictment on child abuse charges has sparked a debate about whether corporal punishment is justified and effective.


3,000 U.S. troops may join Ebola fight
U.S. military personnel would build facilities with up to 1,700 beds to help treat Ebola patients in West Africa, Obama administration officials say.


WHO: Ebola epidemic is out of control
The World Health Organization says there could be as many as 20,000 Ebola cases before it's brought under control.


Why isn't Ebola containment working?
Why is Ebola still spreading in West Africa? Because our main method of control isn't working. Elizabeth Cohen explains.


Ebola in the air? A nightmare that could happen
Today, the Ebola virus spreads only through direct contact with bodily fluids, such as blood and vomit. But some of the nation's top infectious disease experts worry that this deadly virus could mutate and be transmitted just by a cough or a sneeze.


Daniele Watts
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts defended her refusal to show her ID to Los Angeles police before they handcuffed her last week.


Hurricane Odile
Hurricane Odile made landfall at the southernmost tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula late Sunday. Its gales whipped torrents of rain ashore, chasing visitors in popular tourist destinations into closed quarters.


ISIS
After the beheading of another Western captive by ISIS, an international conference convened Monday in Paris to talk about how to tackle the threat posed by the Islamic extremist group.


Hillary Clinton
"It's been seven years, and a lot has changed," Hillary Clinton said Sunday in her first visit to Iowa since the state dealt her presidential campaign a devastating body blow.


Medal of Honor
As many as 175 enemy troops killed, 18 wounds from enemy fire, 38 hours of battle, 48 hours evading the North Vietnamese troops in the bush -- and one tiger. Those are the numbers behind Sgt. Maj. Bennie Adkins' Medal of Honor, an award he will receive from President Obama in a White House ceremony Monday.


Arkansas judge
The top court in Arkansas has ordered the immediate dismissal of a judge who leaked confidential details about an adoption involving Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron, according to court documents.


Tourists dead
A British man and woman were found dead on a beach on a popular resort island in Thailand, police said Monday.


Higgs boson
Physicist Stephen Hawking's said the "God particle" could obliterate us all. Meg Urry says don't panic.


What a shot! 34 sports photos


The week in 43 photos


An abstract look at the World Trade Center


Look at me! 24 selfies of the week


What a shot! 40 amazing sports photos


The week in 30 photos


Look at me! 16 selfies of the week


  
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