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FSU gunman sent out 10 packages
The man identified as the gunman who wounded three people at Florida State University's library apparently sent packages to several acquaintances before the shooting, according to one of them.

Cop held in Mexico's missing 43 case
A top local police official in Mexico was arrested in connection with the disappearance of 43 college students, authorities said.

NYPD rookie kills unarmed man
A rookie police officer shot and killed an unarmed 28-year-old man in an unlit stairwell of a housing project in what New York's top cop said Friday was "a very unfortunate tragedy ... involving an accidental discharge."

Kids author: Sorry for 'racist' joke
Jacqueline Woodson's big win at the National Book Awards on Wednesday was briefly eclipsed by a racially charged joke.

Obama sounds a lot like Bush
President Obama's speech on immigration is very similar to the one President Bush gave in 2006

Obama responds to heckler
During his immigration speech at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas, President Obama addresses a heckler in the crowd.

Mr. President, forget something?
He's got a lot on his mind -- can you blame him?

Why Vladimir Putin thinks it's still 1985
The first frosts of winter have already dusted the spectacular city of St. Petersburg with a powder of glistening ice. The air outside feels sharp and crisp. Russians hurry along the elegant boulevards, wrapped up tight against the biting cold. Russia's winter, its annual deep freeze, has begun.

GOP-led panel deflates Benghazi stories
An investigative report prepared by the House Intelligence Committee finds little to support questions raised about CIA actions on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, the night of a deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound.

Top 5 most dangerous jobs
Alexandra Field lists 5 of the most dangerous jobs in America.

Female sex desire found ... complicated
What makes a woman want to have sex isn't totally hormonal, as it can be with men. Happiness is key new study shows.

U.S. tracking mystery spacecraft
CNN's Chad Myers reports on a Russian object in space on a mission that remains unclear to the U.S.

'Mockingjay': What's the verdict?
"Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" has hit theaters, and critics seem divided on whether it's a strong offering.

CNN Hero of the Year is ...
Pen Farthing, who founded a nonprofit that reunites soldiers at home with stray dogs and cats they took in during combat, has been named the 2014 CNN Hero of the Year.

Flip phones are hip again
Hipsters, rejoice. Next time you ride your fixed-gear bicycle to the the thrift store, where you find a vintage, grease-stained mechanic's shirt that matches your Rollie Fingers mustache and Grizzly Adams beard, there's an edgy, if technologically sub-optimal, way to tell your friends about it.

Zombie apocalypse has silver lining
Even a zombie apocalypse has a silver lining.

New problem<br> for buried Buffalo
Some 7 feet of snow that fell in parts of Buffalo this week will begin to melt this weekend. And now the whole area is under a flood warning.

What it looked like from the air
CNN's Brian Todd shows the extent of the nearly seven feet of snow that wreaked havoc throughout Buffalo, New York.

Photos: Wintry weather
Snowstorms and record low temperatures hit much of the country this week. All 50 states registered temperatures below freezing.

What is lake effect snow?
Lake effect snow can form when cold air passes over a relatively warm body of water. CNN's Chad Myers explains.

Heavy snow across the U.S.
Look back at a week of frigid temperatures and heavy snow across parts of the U.S., especially Buffalo.

Gingrich: Obama's Gruber speech
There's a big difference between what President Obama said on immigration, and what he's planning, says Newt Gingrich.

The big 'Hunger Games' lesson
Van Jones says the Hunger Games is a more sweeping critique of wealth inequality than Elizabeth Warren's speech

GOP: Ball is in your court
Maria Cardona says Republicans should appreciate President Obama's executive action on immigration.

When white people riot
When black people protest against police violence in Ferguson, Missouri, they're thought of as a "mob."

The forgotten Cosby claims victim
Blue Telusma says the entertainer's wife has charted her own career and has remained stoic amid the allegations about Bill Cosby

Ferguson grand jury back Monday
Ferguson is a city in waiting. No one knows when the grand jury will decide whether to indict the white police officer who fatally shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. But it's expected to be soon.

CNN host and protester clash
CNN's Michael Smerconish spoke with Bassem Masri about the escalating protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

U.S. extends combat role in Afghanistan
In a policy shift, President Barack Obama has decided to extend the combat role of U.S. forces in Afghanistan into 2015, allowing troops to keep fighting the Taliban and other militant groups that threaten American soldiers or the Afghan government, The New York Times reported.

Celebs brought down by scandal
Bill Cosby is just the latest star whose reputation has been tarnished by scandal. CNN's Dan Simon explains.

Cosby lawyer: Claims 'fantastical'
A lawyer for Bill Cosby called the increasing number of claims of sexual assault against the legendary comedian "ridiculous" and said the media should stop airing "unsubstantiated, fantastical stories."

Red flags missed at Newtown
Adam Lanza had not left his room for three months before the massacre. He was anorexic when he died, according to a state agency report.

Report: Lanza a loner, anorexic
A state agency finds Adam Lanza was in deteriorating mental health in the time leading up to the Sandy Hook shooting.

Parapalegic 'walks' for Bronze Star
A paralyzed marine walks with the help of a robotic device. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

Strong earthquake in Japan
A 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Japan on Saturday night, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.

ISIS threatens key Iraq province
ISIS militants are fighting Iraqi military and tribal forces close to the main government complex of Anbar province in the center of Ramadi, according to a local official there.

Dad, sons leave Germany to fight ISIS
Qassim Shesho left behind a life of "luxury" in Germany to stand -- alongside his sons -- beside fellow Yazidis who remain surrounded on Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq.

Man freed after 39 years in prison
After spending 39 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit, Ricky Jackson is now a free man. Affiliate WJW reports.

Police recruits tested for virginity
The Indonesian police use an invasive test to check for female recruits' virginity, a Human Rights Watch report claims.

Say buh-bye to seat-back screens
Rachel Crane investigates airlines' newest cost-cutting measure.

'Black Widow' has five dead lovers
Police in Japan are questioning a wealthy widow about the mysterious deaths of her past partners.

Mother rescues daughter from ISIS
A Dutch mother single-handedly brings her daughter back from ISIS territory. CNN's Isa Soares has her amazing story.

Two country singers come out as gay
There are plenty of country songs about how to be a man. One way is to face the music, and two country crooners did that on Thursday.

Obama golfs with Jeter in Vegas
President Obama has traded GOP rancor and late-fall temperatures in Washington for a golf outing with Derek Jeter at the nicest golf resort in Las Vegas.

The week in 34 photos
Click through to see people in Nicaragua try to save a stranded whale, efforts to recover MH17 from its crash site in Ukraine, and a surfing Santa.

We'd rather be on this beach
Travel photos open windows to the unknown.

World's best beer city is ...
It used to be as plain as a beer-foam mustache.

Can you guess who this actress is?
CNN's Brooke Baldwin takes a look back into the early days of how actress Jennifer Lawrence got her start.

Firefighter drops lbs, becomes Ironman
Joe Van Veldhuizen was 19 miles into his first Ironman. He had two hours left to complete the race, and only three miles to go in the 26.2-mile marathon.

Dog's weird habit makes owner laugh
Unhinged by doorways, pit bull enters BACKWARDS. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the butt-first way Queso conquers his fear.

'Shawshank' stars reunite
Believe it or not, it's been 20 years since Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins had that epic reunion in "The Shawshank Redemption."

Aca-mazing! The pitch is back
The pitch is back and fans can't aca-believe it.

Yikes! This happened on live TV
A reporter for Australia's Seven Network learned the hazards of live TV while reporting next to a skatepark in the U.S..

Would you eat this for lunch?
Students unhappy with school meals are taking it out on the first lady by sharing images on social media of lunches sarcastically tagged #ThanksMichelleObama.

World's most spectacular fountains
Not content to simply swim in it, fill balloons with it, shoot it at bystanders during massive water fights or mix it with whiskey, people never cease to find amazing ways to make water even more incredible than it already is.

Building a haven for the 'Little Ones'
While working as a teacher in Guatemala, Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes saw his students struggling with drugs and gangs -- issues that his own generation faced as well. So at 23, he turned part of his family's home into a community center and started Los Patojos, a nonprofit that has become a haven for young people.

Bizarre finds in abandoned nightclubs
Italian photographer Antonio La Grotta has captured the decaying splendor -- and stumbled on a number of strange discoveries -- in abandoned nightclubs.

Britney Spears reads 'mean tweet'
Britney Spears and John Stamos were just a few of the celebrities that read mean tweets on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

Great white shark found near busy beach
A 2.5 meter long great white shark was found tangled in nets surrounding one of Sydney's busiest beaches.

Why 'Walking Dead' dominates TV
Executive producer Greg Nicotero discusses why "The Walking Dead" has captured the imagination of millions of viewers.

The creepy clown stalking California
Who or what is behind the eerie-looking clowns spooking residents of small California towns?

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

From TV dad to accused predator
How did Bill Cosby go from America's loveable TV dad to an accused sexual predator? CNN's Gary Tuchman has the timeline.

The video Cosby didn't want public
The AP released an interview with Bill Cosby from Nov. 6 in which he refuses to comment on rape allegations against him.

Father and sons leave Germany to fight ISIS
Qassim Shesho fled Iraq for Germany in 1990. Now, he's back with two of his sons to defend his land, family and religion from the terrorist group ISIS.

Drone's stunning view of snow
James Grimaldi used a drone to capture footage after a massive amount of snow had fallen in West Seneca, New York.

Who is Camille Cosby?
Amid sexual assault allegations from several women, Susan Candiotti profiles Bill Cosby's wife of 50 years, Camille.

Why Vladimir Putin thinks it's still 1985
For him, Russia is under constant threat from the West and NATO expansion into former Eastern Bloc nations has eroded Russia's security. The Cold War, from this perspective, has never really ended.

Shape-shifting <br>airliner wings?
Imagine looking out your airliner window to see the plane's wings changing shape -- almost moving like a bird. This may be the future of air travel.

Will Siri be your pilot?
How comfortable would you be with a pilot flying your airliner with just their voice? CNN took a spin aboard this new technology.

[Breaking news update, 3:13 p.m.]

FSU shooting
The man identified as the gunman who wounded three people at a Florida State University library mailed 10 packages before the shooting, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service said Friday.

Winter weather
After insane amounts of snow and bitterly cold temperatures this week, the Buffalo area begins to thaw out Saturday.

ISIS militants are fighting Iraqi military and tribal forces close to the main government complex of Anbar province in the center of Ramadi, according to a local official there.

Newtown report
Newtown shooter Adam Lanza was an isolated young man with deteriorating mental health and a fascination for mass violence whose problems were not ignored but misunderstood and mistreated, according to a report released Friday by a Connecticut state agency.

Japan earthquake
A strong earthquake shook central Japan on Saturday night, injuring several people as their homes collapsed in a village west of Nagano, an official said.

Missing students
A top local police official in Mexico was arrested in connection with the disappearance of 43 college students, authorities said.

Radio helps Rwanda heal
Romance. Suspense. Good versus evil. On the surface, Rwandan radio soap opera "Musekeweya," or "New Dawn," feels familiar. Like a Rwandan "Romeo and Juliet," it tells the story of lovers from two different villages at odds with each other.

The week in 34 photos

Hermits of Ukraine, Russia
Deep in the untouched areas of Ukraine and Russia live men who have decided to leave human establishments and live isolated in nature.

Look at me! 25 selfies of the week

Kobani: Life at war
At the edge of the Syrian war, photographer Furkan Temir found despair packed in tent camps and an outpouring of humanity from a tight-knit Turkish border community.

What a shot! 39 sports photos

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