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Actress, boyfriend face charges
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts and her boyfriend have been charged with one count each of lewd conduct, a spokesman said Tuesday.


Robertson: Towels can spread AIDS
CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on Pat Robertson's recent claim about how one could get AIDS from towels in Kenya.


Blackwater guards guilty in Iraq killings
After marathon deliberations, a federal jury found four ex-Blackwater Worldwide contractors guilty Wednesday in a deadly 2007 mass shooting in Baghdad's Nusoor Square.


Partial solar eclipse Thursday
The cosmos will cast an afternoon delight over the country on Thursday with a partial solar eclipse.


Serena suffers worst loss in 16 years
It's been that type of year for Serena Williams.


Former Harlem Globetrotter missing
Rico Harris, a former Harlem Globetrotter, has gone missing. CNN affiliate KCPQ reports.


Nazi U-boat wreck found off N.C.
A World War II German U-boat, sunk during the Battle of the Atlantic more than 72 years ago, has been discovered off the coast of North Carolina, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Tuesday.


102 snakes found in home
More than 100 snakes were found inside a Canada home. CBC News has more.


The 5 biggest breakfast myths
The first meal of the day can have a very different meaning for different people.


Man to Obama: 'Don't touch my' girl
Politicians are known for kissing babies, but a Chicago man's dig at the President shows this world leader can deliver on another level.


Transplant a cure for paralysis?
A man paralyzed from the chest down is able to walk again after undergoing pioneering surgery. CNN's Isa Soares reports.


Teen finishes race with broken leg
A high school cross country runner is recovering after he was determined to finish a race with a broken leg.


Huge recall for exploding airbags
A massive airbag recall is underway, affecting several car makers. CNN's Rene Marsh reports the details.


Following Bourdain around the world
Even when you're snug at home, travel photos open windows onto the world. Instagram users and iReporters have followed along with "Parts Unknown" this season, sharing their photos of spots Bourdain has visited.


On-air spat during report on riots
A fight breaks out at a pumpkin fest over who gets the mic. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on an on-air spat sparked by riots.


WashPost's Ben Bradlee dies
Ben Bradlee, the former top editor of The Washington Post who oversaw the paper's award-winning coverage of the Watergate scandal, has died, the newspaper said Tuesday. He was 93.


Helmet cam shows shot to head
U.S. military footage posted to YouTube shows a Marine survive a head shot by a sniper in Afghanistan in 2013.


Sinatra hangout now a toxic threat
The Salton Sea in Southern California used to be a hangout for Sinatra. It is now drying up and has become a toxic threat.


ISIS increases its recruiting there
Canada's role in the global fight against ISIS has made it a target by the militants, who are recruiting internationally, including a major push in the country.


PM: 'Terrorist' killed 'in cold blood'
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a recent convert to Islam, was identified by Canadian officials to U.S. counterparts as the gunman in Ottawa, multiple U.S. officials told CNN.


Witness accounts
Peter Henderson heard gunshots ring out late Wednesday morning from the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa, Canada, as workers were rolling into the office a little late, coffee in hand.


Who was the Parliament gunman?
What would spur someone to walk up to a war memorial, shoot a soldier guarding it, then rush into Canada's Parliament?


'Hero' official shot gunman
Members of parliament, the press and the public hailed 58-year-old Kevin Vickers -- the sergeant-at-arms of Canada's House of Commons -- for shooting dead a gunman who'd gotten into the Canadian legislature.


Gun laws in Canada
A rundown of the different laws restricting the use of firearms in Canada.


With shooting, Canada must wake up
It was a surprise, even for a journalist, to be driving down Wellington Street, the city's ceremonial thoroughfare, and to find myself swept into the chaotic aftermath of a disaster. I was rushing to a television studio at mid-morning and passing by the National War Memorial, just minutes after the shooting. A solider was down.


Leave Renee Zellweger alone
LZ Granderson says the actress's changed appearance after years out of public eye unleashed a wave of gossipy judgment. Why can't we just accept her explanation that she's happy?


'Seinfeld election' may change things
Gloria Borger says the choice will rest with Republicans if they take control of the Senate


Mike Rowe takes on his critics
The "Somebody's Gotta Do It" host responds to viewers who said he "came across as bored and disdainful" after last week's show on endangered animals.


UNC report: Years of academic fraud
For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.


FBI: U.S. girls wanted to join ISIS
German authorities intercepted the accused teen trio at Frankfurt airport and put them on a plane back to the U.S., where they were greeted by FBI agents.


Ebola: Nurse to leave isolation
Obama expresses cautious optimism. An infected nurse shows signs of improvement. And a military response team begins training.


Inside Ebola patient's apartment
Affiliate KTVT reveals images inside nurse Amber Vinson's apartment as crews work to strip it of any Ebola contaminates.


Kenny G at Hong Kong protests?
Smooth jazz saxophonist Kenny G wants everyone to know that he's not a foreign agitator trying to defy the Chinese Communist Party.


China to launch moon orbiter
China says it will launch an experimental spacecraft between Friday and Sunday that will orbit the moon before returning to Earth, in a first for the country's ambitious space program.


Report: Brown shot at close range
Michael Brown's gunshot wounds included a shot in the hand at close range, his official autopsy shows, according to an analysis reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


Alleged killer 'freaked me out'
Darren Deon Vann was no stranger to police.


Google unveils app to fix email
How do you solve a problem like email?


Man chisels his way out of elevator
A group in China escape from a stuck elevator thanks to one man and his trusty hammer. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.


Disney's new heroine: 'Moana'
Get ready for another addition to the line of Disney heroines: Moana, an ocean adventurer.


Store pulls 'Breaking Bad' toys
"Breaking Bad's" drug-dealing chemistry teacher Walter White will have to stop making the sale at Toys R Us.


Who wants to secede from Florida?
Miami-area lawmakers are proposing adding a 51st star to the American flag.


'Watermelon ritual' gets coach fired
A high school football coach in Charleston, South Carolina, was fired after he permitted a post-game celebratory ritual involving a watermelon that some say is racist.


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


Humble delivery man turned hero
Tom Artiaga wasn't looking for glory when he calmly walked into a burning house and rescued 73-year-old Robert Wells. In fact, he didn't even tell his wife what happened.


Stadium's glass panel falls toward girl
A little girl in Ukraine has survived a close call with a glass panel from a soccer stadium. Erin Hawksworth reports.


How the Victorians dressed for death
150 years ago, you really had to wear your grief on your sleeve.


See how she nabbed a child sex offender
An Australian man is sentenced for online sex with a young girl, but she wasn't even real. CNN's Lynda Kinkade reports.


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


Why don't Americans take time off?
Feeling buried by work, like you can't find time for a few days off, like your entire work-life balance is out of whack?


10 outlandish future predictions
Ever since two men first laid a bet on two flies climbing up a cave wall, gambling has struck at the core of the human condition: the future is uncertain.


Is this why we can't beat Ebola?
Singer-turned-activist Mandy Moore on her work in Africa and the issues facing the battle against Ebola.


The world's sexiest bank note?
Legend has it that when the surrealist painter Salvador Dali had to pay for an expensive restaurant meal he would twizzle his famous mustache and arch his eyebrows before beguiling his host into letting him dine for free.


Dana Carvey riffs on 'Walking Dead'
Dana Carvey rattles off some impressions including Barack Obama, Michael Caine and characters from "The Walking Dead."


Brazilian man admits to 39 murders
A Brazilian man nicknamed "handsome" serial killer has confessed to 39 murders. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.


Renee Zellweger thinks you're silly


Wildlife Photographer of the year is ...
Event organizers say they received more than 42,000 entries from 96 countries. Here's a selection of winning images and finalists from this year's competition.


Go here before the price increases
Want to visit Yosemite, Grand Canyon or Yellowstone next year?


If iconic movie roles changed gender
Women as "Ghostbusters" is a good start. What about Sofia Vergara as Scarface?


Oh, baby! Celebs who are expecting


Citizen pulls over, warns police officer
Gavin Seim filmed his exchange with a police officer in an unmarked car.


World's worst airport in 2014 is...
Good news for air travelers passing through Manila: the city's international airport isn't quite as bad as it used to be.


Nun's shocking song on new album
A nun sings "Like a Virgin" And CNN's Jeanne Moos says it's not the Virgin Mary she's singing about, it's a Madonna cover.


'Price is Right,' but dance is so wrong
After getting lucky on "The Price is Right," a contestant performed some pretty unforgettable dance moves.


Witnesses depict chaos in Canada shootings
Peter Henderson heard gunshots ring out late Wednesday morning from the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa, Canada, as workers were rolling into the office a little late, coffee in hand.


'She was my everything'
"They're somebody's daughter," says the mother of a teen found dead in Indiana over the weekend. Here's what is known so far about the victims of suspected serial killer Darren Deon Vann.


Witness: 'I saw body slumped down'
Journalist Josh Wingrove describes the scene in Ottawa where at least one person has been shot.


'Dog got him'
A man jumped over the White House fence on Wednesday night, but this time, the man barely made it onto the lawn before he was subdued as he kicked and punched two police dogs.


Dogs catch White House fence jumper
Video shows the confrontation between police dogs and a man who jumped the White House fence.


Ottawa shooting
One person was shot Wednesday morning at a war memorial near Canada's Parliament in Ottawa, according to Ottawa police Constable Marc Soucy.


ISIS
The first indication that something was wrong was a phone call from his daughter's Denver area school to let Assad Ibrahim know that she had not come to class.


UNC academic fraud
For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.


Ebola
President Obama is cautiously optimistic. Both Texas nurses are getting better. Texas Health Presbyterian admits fault. A hospitalized cameraman is Ebola-free. And the U.S. Ebola czar starts his new job.


Mysterious hero
It is sheer panic in the woman's voice on the cell phone video as the flames shot out of the windows of the wood frame home: "There's a man in there!"


Moana
Get ready for another addition to the line of Disney heroines: Moana, an ocean adventurer.


Florida secession
Miami-area lawmakers are proposing adding a 51st star to the American flag.


Football coach fired
A high school football coach in Charleston, South Carolina, was fired after he permitted a post-game celebratory ritual involving a watermelon that some say is racist.


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


What a shot! 35 sports photos


The week in 30 photos


  
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