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Solar system is inside bubble?
Ever feel like you're living in a bubble? You are. Our whole solar system is, say space scientists, who published work last month corroborating its existence. And, oh, what a bubble it is! 300 light years long. And about a million degrees hot.


F-15 fighter jet crashes in Virginia
An Air National Guard F-15C fighter jet has crashed in Virginia's Augusta County, National Guard and local sheriff's officials said.


Holocaust-like shirts pulled from stores
Spanish fashion retailer Zara has apologized for selling a striped T-shirt bearing a yellow star that drew criticism for its resemblance to uniforms worn by Jewish concentration camp inmates.


Greatest building implosion ever?
A hotel is demolished in Albany, New York, with a colorful fireworks show. WRGB reports.


Woman fights off leopard attack
The fight is said to have lasted half an hour and pitted a leopard against a woman armed only with farm tools in an isolated field in India.


1 in 3 Mexicans wants to come to U.S.
A new survey about preferences and trends in Mexico concludes that one out of every three Mexicans would migrate to the United States if given the opportunity. The survey published Tuesday by the Washington-based Pew Research Center also says that of the 34% of Mexicans who indicated they would like to move to the U.S., 17% "would do so without authorization," meaning without legal documents.


Drone's eye view of quake damage
See a drone's eye view of the aftermath of the 6.0 Napa earthquake.


Storm creates huge SoCal waves
Smashing!


Serious waves bring out surfers
The latest Hurricane off the west coast produced some serious waves, much to the delight of area surfers.


Panda 'may have faked pregnancy'
A giant panda intended to be the star of the first ever live broadcast of the birth of panda cubs has lost the role -- after it was discovered the bear is not pregnant after all, Chinese state media reported.


Naked man roams streets ... legally
Several residents in Topeka, Kansas, noticed a man walking the streets naked. CNN affiliate WIBW reports.


Man pays $50, but it's worth $50,000
A trading store owner says he bought a document with Abraham Lincoln's signature on it for $50. KBAK reports.


Catching this lobster one in 2M
A 14-year-old girl found a rare blue lobster off of Pine Point in Maine. CNN affiliate WGME has more.


Captive's mother makes plea to ISIS
Shirley Sotloff says her son, Steven Sotloff, who was in the video showing the beheading of another journalist, should be spared.


Odd ice bucket challenge goes viral
As CBC's Zach Goudie reports, taking the ice bucket challenge can have unintended consequences.


From American kid to jihadi in Syria
Nearly everyone who knew Douglas McAuthur McCain say they have no idea how a Christian kid from the Midwest turned into an Islamist fighter in Syria.


Another American jihadi killed?
Dozens of Americans have been among the thousands of foreigners who flocked to Syria to take part in its bloody, messy civil war. Yet for the three years, there was only one known American casualty.


Bergen: Americans on jihad
Douglas McAuthur McCain grew up in the Minneapolis area. Aged 33, he died more than 6,000 miles to the east of his birthplace, fighting in Syria for ISIS, the group that calls itself the "Islamic State."


New ISIS battle video released
CNN's Jim Sciutto takes a look at new ISIS video that shows a deadly battle take place.


ISIS growing more capable
U.S. officials and experts say ISIS uses increasingly impressive tactics and "uncanny" discipline. Brian Todd reports.


What would Reagan do about ISIS?
Newt Gingrich wonders how Ronald Reagan would have led during the current ISIS threat


Fast-tracking children to their deaths?
Ruben Navarrette says a great country does not deport thousands of vulnerable, unaccompanied minors who fled in fear for their lives


Wesley Clark: ISIS not U.S.'s fight
America was rightly shocked by the brutal, videotaped murder of American journalist James Foley.


Who's to blame for Burger King deal?
Robert McIntyre says Congress is the culprit for letting Burger King pay less taxes after merging with Tim Hortons.


General loses rank, forced out
A major general who formerly headed U.S. Army operations in Japan will be forced to retire and do so at a lower rank after the military concluded that he failed to "properly address" sexual assault allegations in his command, the Army said on Wednesday.


'Cops' crew member killed
A crew member working on a taping of "Cops" was inadvertently shot and killed by a police officer during a robbery in Omaha, Nebraska, local officials said Wednesday.


Girl, 9, kills gun instructor with Uzi
The submachine gun -- used by the Israeli military -- recoiled over the girl's shoulder, Arizona authorities say. The incident raises questions about whether a child should handle such a weapon.


How Uzi accident happened
Tom Foreman looks at how a 9-year-old girl in Arizona accidentally shot and killed her gun range shooting instructor.


Florida gay marriage ban struck down
Gay and lesbian rights advocates continued their undefeated run Thursday when a federal judge ruled Florida's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional -- though he didn't go so far to allow such marriages as to take place right away.


CDC: Ebola 'worse than feared'
Dr. Tom Frieden says the risk of the virus spreading grows every day. Meanwhile, a possible new outbreak was reported in the Democratic Republic of Congo.


CDC worker possibly exposed
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says one of its employees may have been exposed to Ebola.


Islamists seize post near Israel
Islamist militants battling the Syrian government seized control of the Quneitra border crossing between Syria and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Wednesday, according to an Israeli military spokesman and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.


'Dead' man in '77 fire found alive
A Canadian man who was declared dead after a 1977 fire has been found living in Oklahoma. CTV Network reports.


Miley's 'homeless' date faces arrest
The young man Miley Cyrus chose to represent homeless youths at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday faces arrest in Oregon, a corrections official said.


Why Utah cops killed unarmed man
Protestors in Salt Lake City say police are withholding evidence from the public in the shooting death of Dillon Taylor.


Alarming increase in near-collisions
New statistics from the FAA show a sharp increase in near-collisions of passenger planes. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.


Ancient mammoth found in Texas
A prehistoric mammoth was discovered in Texas while a sand and gravel crew were working. CNN affiliate WFAA reports.


Flash floods wash bus away
At least seven people are dead after heavy rains spark flash flooding in South Korea. CNN's Mari Ramos reports.


Vanessa Williams hit with tax lien
The IRS filed a tax lien against Vanessa Williams, saying the singer-actress owes the federal government $369,249 for her 2011 earnings.


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 really happened to Tony Soprano
For the past seven years, the final scene of "The Sopranos" has had viewers and fans scratching their heads over what the heck happened. It was perhaps the most divisive series finale of all time, leading legions of people to think their televisions went out and spawning a plethora of close readings of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'."


Home explosion caught on camera
A woman and her five children survived after their home exploded. CNN affiliate WFAA reports.


Look at me! 21 selfies of the week


'Scariest selfie' will make you dizzy
"Scariest selfie" may make you dizzy ... and hungry. CNN's Jeanne Moos unpeels the story of the sky-high banana snack.


Kate Bush returns after 35 years
After 35 years away, British singer Kate Bush returned to the stage Tuesday night -- and the response was rapturous.


Why these women are going topless
Women and men protest outside the TX State Capitol as part of a national movement for topless equality for all genders.


Discovery cancels 'Sons of Guns'
"Sons of Guns" star Will Hayden lost his reality show, his company and his freedom when he was arrested Wednesday on rape charges.


Brace yourselves: 'Sex Box' show is real
CNN's Lisa France explains a new show called "Sex Box" that somehow is coming soon to a TV near you.


Neil Young splits from wife of 36 years
Neil Young has filed for divorce from Pegi Young, his wife of 36 years and frequent musical collaborator.


Inmate climbs razor wire to escape jail
An Idaho inmate is on the loose after climbing over a razor wire fence and eluding local officers. KBOI reports.


Does U.S. Navy need 'Ghost' boat?
A small, American high-tech company built a $10 million prototype stealth ship to protect U.S. troops from terrorists. Why isn't the Pentagon buying it?


13 of America's most photogenic places
Photography-wise, you really can't go wrong in a national park or a big city. Check out these travel photographer's 13 glorious photos from these lovely spots around the country.


SUV runs over boy, but then ...
Surveillance video shows a boy being hit by an SUV in front of his home. CNN's Andrew Stevens has more.


Baby trapped in car, but 911 says ...
A mother of a 10-month-old baby who was trapped in a car says 911 dispatchers did not respond to her call for help.


Should this device be banned?
You've been up since 3 a.m.


What stars wore to the Emmys
Emmys red carpet 2014


Actor's bucket challenge draws ire
Actor Orlando Jones is being criticized for his bullet bucket challenge, inspired by the Ferguson, Missouri, protests.


How a grandmother got hooked on heroin
Cynthia Scudo is a portrait of an all-American mom of eight and grandmother of 18 who survived an extraordinary journey lasting a decade: She became addicted to prescription painkillers and then to heroin.


Child firing Uzi at Ariz. shooting range accidentally kills instructor, police say
A 9-year-old girl learning to fire a submachine gun accidentally killed her instructor at a shooting range when the weapon recoiled over her shoulder, according to Arizona authorities.


Does U.S. Navy need 'Ghost' boat?
A small, American high-tech company built a $10 million prototype stealth ship to protect U.S. troops from terrorists. Why isn't the Pentagon buying it?


How a grandmother got hooked on heroin
Cynthia Scudo was a mother and a grandmother who worked full-time. But behind her all-American image was a dark secret that could have killed her.


Your brain on heroin
Sanjay Gupta explains what happens to your brain on opiates, the key ingredient in heroin and other powerful narcotics.


'The meat and potatoes' of fighting drugs
Heroin use has surged in cities across the U.S. CNN joins Detective David Betz as he and a confidential informant work to get illegal drugs off the streets.


There is help
Facing the reality that "I need help" and knowing where to actually get it are crucial initial steps for anyone battling prescription drug addiction. The process to recovery can be one ridden with pain, denial and shame.


Douglas McAuthur McCain
He was a basketball-loving kid from the Midwest who turned into a jihadi fighting terrorists in Syria -- and dying there.


Uzi death
A 9-year-old girl learning to fire a submachine gun accidentally killed her instructor at a shooting range when the weapon recoiled over her shoulder, according to Arizona authorities.


General forced out
A major general who formerly headed U.S. Army operations in Japan will be forced to retire and do so at a lower rank after the military concluded that he failed to "properly address" sexual assault allegations in his command, the Army said on Wednesday.


Ebola
"It's even worse than I'd feared," Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Wednesday of the Ebola outbreak rampaging through West Africa. "Every day this outbreak goes on, it increases the risk for another export to another country.


'Cops' crew member
A crew member working on a taping of "Cops" was inadvertently shot and killed by a police officer during a robbery in Omaha, Nebraska, local officials said Wednesday.


Look at me! 21 selfies of the week


What a shot! 40 sports photos


The week in 35 photos


  
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