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Mom had no idea son would do this
A Wisconsin mom got the surprise of her life when her son walked in to a restaurant where she was eating. WFRV reports.


Muhammad Ali 'vastly improved'
Famed boxer Muhammad Ali has "vastly improved" after being hospitalized over the weekend with a mild case of pneumonia, his spokesman Bob Gunnell said.


Bergdahl case moves up chain
The investigation into U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the soldier who was released by the Taliban in a prisoner swap this May, has been kicked up the chain of command.


'Dr. Evil' rips N. Korea on 'SNL'
Mike Myers' "Dr. Evil" interrupted "Saturday Night Live" to slam North Korea and Sony over "The Interview" controversy.


Google's driverless car is adorable
Google's new driverless-car prototype is downright hugable.


Airbus A350 XWB ready for fliers
The wait is finally over for aviation fanatics wanting to book a flight aboard the Airbus A350 XWB.


A special outfit just for drinking
Too bad the Drinking Jacket won't be ready in time for this New Year's Eve.


Pope attacks 'diseases' of Vatican
Pope Francis has unleashed a blistering critique of the Vatican bureaucracy -- or Curia -- criticizing its "illnesses" ranging from the "disease of feeling immortal" to vainglory and excessive planning.


Working out while sick?
The do's and don'ts of working out when you are sick.


See why Navy paid $3 billion
The Navy's new super stealthy destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, has a lot in common with Hollywood's starship Enterprise, according to folks who've seen it in person.


Host unravels during 'Serial'
The podcast sensation of the year finally reaches its climax. For more go to funnyordie.com.


Russian warplane intercepts


Runaway tire smashes into man
Manuel Mendoza is lucky to be alive after he was sent flying when a tire came crashing through a window. KPRC has more.


Allergic girl to mom: I know I'm dying
An 11-year-old girl died from an allergic reaction on a family trip to Hawaii. CNN affiliate KTXL reports.


Infant can't bear to be touched
Parents were shocked to find out their child has a disease which makes skin-to-skin contact nearly impossible.


New video: Elevator fight aftermath
New video showing the aftermath of Ray Rice's infamous punch shows Rice and Palmer kissiing after the altercation.


Lindsey Vonn crashes
Lindsey Vonn will have to wait a little longer to equal the all-time record for World Cup race wins.


Jail's camera rolls while clients ...
A county jail is under fire for security cameras recording private moments of clients using the toilet and dressing.


Grandma passes out, tot does this
A smart 4-year-old boy took all the right steps when his grandmother collapsed in their home. CNN affiliate WRIC reports.


Epic office cubicle will amaze you
One woman took her company's holiday cubicle decorating contest to the next level with her custom log cabin. WCCO reports.


5 ways to be extraordinary
What makes a person extraordinary?


9 foods that boost metabolism
9 foods that boost metabolism naturally


Photos: Celebs salute CNN Heroes
Photos: 'CNN Heroes' tribute show


12 best places to spend Christmas 2014
If your Christmas is too often one of tacky decorations and bitter family feuds, you may need to put the baubles back in the attic and plan a yuletide getaway.


Boy rips off Santa's beard to find ...
An airman disguised himself as Santa to surprise his six-year-old son who thought he wouldn't be home for Christmas.


De Blasio says debates should cease for now
The shootings of two police officers in Brooklyn shine a harsh spotlight on Mayor Bill de Blasio.


NY police: Where was gunman?
New York Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bratton seek to tamp down anger and tensions in the city.


Cops turn backs on NYC mayor
Angry NYPD officers turned their backs on Mayor de Blasio as he entered the hospital where two officers died.


Cops remembered as loving
CNN's Randi Kaye looks back at the lives of NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, who were ambushed in Brooklyn.


Widow: We will get through this
The widow of NYPD officer Wenjian Liu speaks to a crowd and says she appreciates their support.


Poll finds racial divide on police
There is a startling racial divide in America between how whites and non-whites view police and the criminal justice system, according to a CNN / ORC poll released Monday.


The problem with 'The Thin Blue Line'
Former cop Peter Moskos says police depend on respect and deference to their authority, but they must also show empathy for citizens and officials who disagree with them


Zakaria: Why Rubio is wrong
In opposing President Barack Obama's opening to Cuba, Florida's Republican senator, Marco Rubio, explained, "This entire policy shift announced today is based on an illusion, on a lie, the lie and the illusion that more commerce and access to money and goods will translate to political freedom for the Cuban people." Rubio has correctly touched on the core issue. But theory, logic and history suggest that he's wrong in his conclusions.


'Blood on his hands' remark out of line
Some years ago I was the municipal prosecutor in a midsize New Jersey town. I had weekly "night court" duties, where we handled traffic violations, DUIs and other nonfelonies. I can say without reservation that during the years I worked as a prosecutor, I held the police in the highest regard and greatly trusted them. I felt this way for years after I stopped prosecuting.


Jeb Bush can win it all
Ever since "Bridge-gate" threatened to derail the once "inevitable" nomination of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as the Republican presidential candidate for 2016, Jeb Bush has been hinting that he might jump into the fray.


No charge for cop in fatal shooting
A district attorney has decided against charges in the case of a police officer who fatally shot a mentally ill man more than a dozen times in Milwaukee.


Attorney: Giuliani is an 'idiot'
Defense attorney Paul Martin discusses comments made by former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani on the killing of two NYPD cops.


Will bad weather spoil holiday?
If you haven't reached your holiday destination yet -- beware. CNN's Jennifer Gray says weather may slow you down.


N. Korea's Internet is back
The country's Internet has been down for several hours, according to a company that monitors Internet performance.


VA wasted billions, reports say
While veterans in recent years were dying as they waited for care at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals, the VA has wasted billions of taxpayer dollars on controversial projects across the country, according to government reports and members of Congress.


Singer Joe Cocker is dead at 70
Joe Cocker, the British blues-rock singer whose raspy voice brought plaintive soul to such hits as "You Are So Beautiful" and the duet "Up Where We Belong," has died of an undisclosed illness. He was 70.


Obama issues pardons
The Obama administration has consistently supported measures aimed at reforming mandatory minimum prison sentencing for nonviolent drug offenders. But President Barack Obama's recent decision to commute the prison sentences of only eight federal inmates -- incarcerated for drug crimes -- has left advocates wanting more.


Anchor bids CNN farewell
Candy Crowley signs off from State of the Union, after 27 years at CNN.


Rep. Grimm to plead guilty
New York Republican Congressman Michael Grimm will plead guilty to one count of tax evasion on Tuesday in a New York court, according to a U.S. law enforcement official. The charge can bring some prison time, but it's not clear whether Grimm will be sentenced with any.


Attacks show threat to France
A 20-year-old French-Burundian posts the ISIS flag on his Facebook page Saturday, then enters a police station in the suburbs of Tours, shouts Allahu Akbar and slashes one officer across the face with a knife and wounds two others before a fourth officer shoots him dead.


Garbage truck kills pedestrians
A number of people have died after a rubbish truck collided with pedestrians in the center of the Scottish city of Glasgow, police say.


Political stories you cared about
A lot has happened this year in politics. Get caught up to speed and refresh your memory in under two minutes.


How U.S. helped spy's wife get pregnant
It might be the most bizarre of the closely guarded secrets from last week's historic agreement between the United States and Cuba.


Is Nintendo working on new Wii?
The successor to Nintendo's troubled Wii U may be on the way.


The real story behind Santa Claus
Don't tell the kids, but we've got Santa Claus all wrong. Historians say Kriss Kringle was originally created to keep adults, not children, off the naughty list.


See iconic football stadium implode
Part of the Texas A&M University football stadium was imploded as part of $450 million redevelopment project.


103-year-old hits a hole-in-one
Gus Andreone hit his first hole-in-one in 1939, and now his eighth ace has made the him the oldest player to sink one.


Woman finds scorpion in store skirt
A woman found a scorpion inside her skirt as she was trying it on in a JC Penney fitting room. KPIX reports.


Best, worst in pop culture


The year in pictures
"The year in pictures" treks across the globe, looking back on the events that shaped 2014.


Top 10 heroes and villains of 2014
As the year comes to a close, CNN's Rachel Crane looks back at the top 10 heroes and villains of 2014.


Amazing sports moments from 2014
See some of the best photos from the year in sports.


The ups and downs of 2014
A look back on the year that was 2014


Nat Geo photo contest winners
More than 9,200 entries were submitted from more than 150 countries in three categories: people, places and nature.


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


Monkey's incredible act with pal goes viral
A monkey revived another monkey using CPR in India, and it was caught on video.


3-year-old caught choking, but then ...
Cameras captured a police officer saving a 3-year-old boy from choking on a piece of candy. CNN affiliate KSTU reports.


This soldier stuns daughters
Two sisters got the shock of a lifetime during a visit with Santa. It wasn't Santa ... it was their soldier dad!


This video will make your heart stop
Veteran BASE jumpers Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen break a world record by BASE jumping off the world's tallest building.


Guess who is expecting a baby?


Celeb babies 2014: They named it WHAT?
Is there an unspoken rule in Hollywood that celebrity parents can only pick unusual names for their kids?


'Christmas Vacation': Where are they now?


See re-entry from spaceship's view
NASA has released video of the Orion space capsule's re-entry into Earth's atmosphere.


Ridiculist: CNN reporter's 'high'-light
When CNN's Randi Kaye headed out to Colorado to report on the budding marijuana business, she shared a career highlight.


'Downton Abbey' swoons over Clooney
Actor George Clooney makes a sketch appearance on "Downton Abbey."


Ice storm creates amazing sculptures
An ice storm in Slovenia created tantastic natural ice sculptures.


Watch 'karate instructor' levitate
What do you do when your karate instructor flies? Watch the "The Carbonaro Effect" Thursdays 10/9c on truTV.


Church architects under fire
Despite their expensive price tags and celebrity architects, Italy's new churches have not been welcomed by all.


New fish discovered in deepest place
A new species of fish that's translucent with wing-like fins and an eel-like tail was discovered in the Mariana Trench.


The week in 32 photos
The Pope celebrated his birthday, a landslide buried homes in California and holidays were observed around the world. See these and other images from the week's news.


2015: The year ahead in aviation
In recent years, so much has been going on in the world of commercial aviation that putting together a "top 10 events" forecast has been easy -- major new airplane programs have been announced, airline consolidation has taken place and disputes between China and Europe over carbon emissions have held major airplane orders hostage.


Sick kids fly to see Santa
Every year, Fantasy Flight takes a group of kids to the North Pole. The destination might be fantasy; the flight is not.


Inside ISIS:<br>'We fight for Allah'
Juergen Todenhoefer's journey inside ISIS territory was eye-opening. The journalist spent time inside a recruitment house, talked to ISIS prisoners and visited child soldiers brandishing AK-47s.


5 eye-opening Mike Rowe moments
Enjoy a few surprises from this season's "Somebody's Gotta Do It." Then, join host Mike Rowe for the season finale tonight as he visits a goat farm that's changing the industry.


Mike Rowe did what?
Enjoy a few surprises from this season's "Somebody's Gotta Do It." Then, join host Mike Rowe for the season finale tonight as he visits a goat farm that's changing the industry.


Photos: Look back at Season 1


Rowe speaks goat
Mike learns to speak goat and gives a dog a hairdo to remember! Somebody's Gotta Do It Wednesday 12/17/14 @ 9pm ET/PT


Inside ISIS:<br>'We fight for Allah'
Juergen Todenhoefer's journey inside ISIS territory was eye-opening. The journalist spent time inside a recruitment house, talked to ISIS prisoners and visited child soldiers brandishing AK-47s.


Al Qaeda 'nothing' compared to ISIS
Journalist Jürgen Todenhöfer who traveled to ISIS-controlled regions says "high percentage" of fighters wear suicide belts.


ISIS: Enslaving 'unbelieving' women OK
Can you take non-Muslim women and children captive? Yes, says ISIS.


NYPD shootings
The point-blank shooting of two New York City police officers this weekend is testing whether Mayor Bill de Blasio's brand of unapologetic liberalism can work in a city that's spent decades under mayors who made law and order a top priority.


North Korea
North Korea's Internet is experiencing a major disruption and could be the target of an attack, according to a company that monitors Internet performance.


Pardons
The Obama administration has consistently supported measures aimed at reforming mandatory minimum prison sentencing for nonviolent drug offenders. But President Barack Obama's recent decision to commute the prison sentences of only eight federal inmates -- incarcerated for drug crimes -- has left advocates wanting more.


Glasgow crash
A number of people have died after a rubbish truck collided with pedestrians in the center of the Scottish city of Glasgow, police say.


France attacks
A 20-year-old French-Burundian posts the ISIS flag on his Facebook page, then enters a police station in the suburbs of Tours on Saturday, shouts Allahu Akbar and slashes one officer across the face with a knife and wounds two others before a fourth officer shoots him dead.


Joe Cocker
Joe Cocker, the British blues-rock singer whose raspy voice brought plaintive soul to such hits as "You Are So Beautiful" and the duet "Up Where We Belong," died Monday after a battle with lung cancer. He was 70.


Milwaukee shooting
A district attorney has decided against charges in the case of a police officer who fatally shot a mentally ill man more than a dozen times in Milwaukee.


ISIS
Juergen Todenhoefer's journey was a tough one: dangerous, but also eye-opening. The author traveled deep into ISIS territory -- the area they now call their "caliphate" -- visiting Raqqa and Deir Ezzor in Syria, as well as Mosul in Iraq.


CNN Heroes
Photos: 'CNN Heroes' tribute show


Churches stir debate
Despite their expensive price tags and celebrity architects, Italy's new churches have not been welcomed by all.


The city that was cut in half
When he brought his camera to shoot the shrinking German city of Hoyerswerda, you could say American photographer Demetrius Freeman took a few risks.


The week in 32 photos


Junk food mountains


Consumerism in Iran
When Thomas Cristofoletti walked into the Hyperstar supermarket in Shiraz, Iran, he was stopped at the door. He had his camera over his shoulder, and the international-style grocery store was built inside a large mall with a strict policy against photography.


Look at me! 28 selfies of the week


Old-school Hollywood


A town that's lost its men
In the Armenian village of Lichk, you will find many hard-working women, but you will not find many men. All these women's husbands are thousands of miles away.


Fast food with Renaissance flair
In this brave, forever-new world of social media, the minutiae of daily life can be documented for public consumption with the tap of a finger.


Newest nation still at war
When photographer Fabio Bucciarelli first visited South Sudan, he found a nation filled with hope. He found citizens worn out by decades of war -- but looking forward to an independent, peaceful future.


2014: The year in pictures
Photo gallery: 2014 in pictures


Look at me! Selfies of the year


75 amazing sports moments from 2014


  
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