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Mayweather takes down Pacquiao
Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao by a unanimous decision in their title fight. FULL STORY | Mayweather: 1 more fight before retirement | Pacquiao: 'I thought I won' | Biggest payday in sports

Pacquiao vs. Mayweather: Big punches, big stars
Photo gallery: Pacquiao vs. Mayweather

Philippines disappointed over Pacquiao defeat
CNN's Ivan Watson reports from the Philippines where fans watched as Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao.

Where are Baltimore's older black men?
Something is missing from the neighborhood CNN's John Blake grew up in: older black men. FULL STORY

Catherine leaves hospital with new princess

NYPD officer shot in head
A New York City plainclothes police officer was in critical but stable condition Saturday night after being shot in the head in Queens, a senior law enforcement source told CNN.

North Korea arrests NYU student
A South Korean who lives in New Jersey was arrested last week for crossing into North Korea illegally, the North Korean Central News Agency reported Saturday.

Earthquake rattles ... Michigan
A rare earthquake, registering 4.2 magnitude, rattled the western part of Michigan on Saturday afternoon, the U.S. Geologic Survey reported.

10-year-old denied abortion
An international rights group is pressing Paraguay to allow an abortion for a 10-year-old girl, who allegedly was raped by her stepfather. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.

Bad news for Boeing Dreamliner
The FAA is ordering repairs for the 787, which has had battery problems in the past. FULL STORY

Report: Saudi Arabia used U.S.-supplied cluster bombs
Human Rights Watch has accused Saudi Arabia of dropping U.S.-supplied cluster bombs in the fight against Houthi rebels in Yemen.

Perry, Cruz fire up crowds
A small throng of GOP presidential contenders descended upon South Carolina this weekend as some of the state's most involved Republican activists gathered in Columbia for their party's convention.

Nepal earthquake: More than 7,000 dead
A week after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake killed thousands in Nepal, the government said Saturday that chances of finding survivors buried in rubble are "extremely slim."

American Pharoah wins Kentucky Derby
Favorite American Pharoah, ridden by Victor Espinoza, won the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.

'Puffed-up planet' seen orbiting small star
A huge "puffed up" planet "too big for its star" some 500 light years from Earth has been discovered by Australian researchers -- with the help of a backyard astronomer.

The Tsarnaev the defense wants you to know
I never expected to feel sorry for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Malaysia Airlines dumps its A380 superjumbo fleet
It seems big is no longer best for disaster-hit Malaysia Airlines -- it's said to be offloading its entire fleet of A380 superjumbos.

Report: Saudi Arabia used U.S.-supplied cluster bombs
Human Rights Watch has accused Saudi Arabia of dropping U.S.-supplied cluster bombs in the fight against Houthi rebels in Yemen.

Two-headed calf born in Florida
CNN affiliate WJXT has the story of a two-headed calf born in Florida.

Sanders raises $1.5 million in 1 day
Bernie Sanders' nascent presidential campaign announced Friday that it raised more than $1.5 million in its first 24 hours, a number that far outpaces what Republican presidential hopefuls posted in their first day.

Soccer star's wife dies from cancer
English soccer star Rio Ferdinand paid tribute to his "wonderful wife" on Saturday after she passed away following a cancer diagnosis.

Bruce Jenner sued over fatal car accident
The adult stepchildren of a woman killed in February in a four-car crash that also included Bruce Jenner have filed a civil lawsuit against the former Olympian and reality TV star.

Fancy hats for the Kentucky Derby

Before and after the Nepal earthquake

The week in 33 photos

Huge volcano eruption fills Chilean skies
Chile's Calbuco Volcano has erupted three times in the past week. View pictures of the eruption.

Sea lion attacks man, drags him underwater
A sea lion attacked a fisherman in California and dragged him underwater. CNN affiliate KGTV reports.

6th-grader cuts off long-winded Obama
During a "virtual field trip" Thursday, President Obama began to ramble. The Washington, D.C., sixth-grade moderator promptly cut him off.

This is what a 6,800% tip looks like
A tragic death inspired a customer at a restaurant to leave an extremely generous tip. CNN affiliate WPIX reports.

'Bubble girl' is allergic to life
Brynn Duncan might as well live in a bubble. She suffers from mast cell activation syndrome, a rare disease that makes her allergic to almost everything.

Preteen girls in Young Miss Brazil contest

32 amazing sports photos

Surreal photos of classic fairy tales
You don't have to be well-versed in Russian folklore to appreciate this dream-like take on classic stories.

Fleeing where homosexuality is illegal
They left Iran unwillingly, often in a hurry. It was for the best for these refugees. Iran is a difficult place to be gay or lesbian.

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' verdict? Fans say it's super
There's this new movie out that you may have heard of?

Why was this car hidden away for 30 years?
The Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe's extraordinary story includes beating Ferrari, being driven by Phil Spector, and finally discovered again after 30 years.

How old do you look? This site will tell you
You're only as old as you think you are.

Seeing God in the face of Freddie Gray
Freddie Gray, Walter Scott, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, John Crawford, Jonathan Ferrell, Jordan Davis, Trayvon Martin ... Emmett Till.

How to help Baltimore rebuild
In the aftermath of the rioting and destruction in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death, the community needs your help to rebuild -- structurally and emotionally.

Brief history of riots from 1968 to 2001
A brief history of rioting in the US. From the 1968 riots following MLK's assassination to the Cincinnati riots of 2001.

In Nepal, lift spirits through music
Living on the fault line that has produced the world's highest mountain ranges, the people of Nepal knew there would be a major earthquake someday.

Dreams 'scattered' by Nepal quake
Two CNN Heroes are among the earthquake survivors in Kathmandu, Nepal. And they are struggling in the aftermath.

David Beckham hits the big 4-0

Dahmer's killer explains why he did it
The man who beat serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer to death inside a Wisconsin prison says he did it because of Dahmer's creepy sense of humor -- which included turning prison food into fake limbs covered with ketchup to resemble blood, the New York Post reports.

New on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu in May
April showers surely will bring May flowers -- if by flowers you mean tons of streaming options.

Wobblier wings the future for jets?
New jets are in the works with wings that bend and twist in an effort to optimize fuel efficiency.

Epic miniseries is getting a remake
One of the biggest TV events of all time is being reimagined for new audiences.

Who's the world's sexiest woman?
English actress Michelle Keegan has been named the sexiest woman in the world by British men's magazine FHM.

Police: TV star sexually abused 22 students
At least 22 pupils and a visitor at a former school for troubled girls in southeast England were sexually abused by the late British TV star Jimmy Savile in the 1970s, a report by Surrey police has concluded.

'Revenge' is canceled -- what's next?
View this list of canceled TV shows to see which ones have gotten the ax.

'Miracle' baby born after mom bleeds to death
A newborn infant survived against the odds just weeks after his mother suffered a fatal intracranial hemorrhage. CNN affiliate KETV has the story.

Cruz blames Obama, has no specifics
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said on Wednesday that President Barack Obama had "inflamed racial tensions" during his time in office.

Woman killed in U.S. shark attack
A woman died after a shark attack in Hawaii, prompting beach closures in nearby areas in Maui, authorities said.

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