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Comedian, rap mogul arrested
Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight and comedian Micah "Katt" Williams were arrested Wednesday, accused of stealing a photographer's camera last month.


Waiting for the 'right time' to die
Brittany Maynard says she will end her life before terminal brain cancer kills her -- but not just yet. She hasn't decided when to end her life, but she's determined to make the decision.


Who's in control in Burkina Faso?
The President of Burkina Faso pledged to stay in power until a new leader is democratically elected, despite violent protests demanding an end to his 27-year rule in the West African country.


Ferguson chief: I'm not resigning
Under fire, the police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, told CNN on Thursday that he has no intention of stepping down.


New front line in immigration crisis
"No queremos ir pa' Cuba!"


Director defends catcall video
The discussion surrounding a video of a woman being catcalled on the streets of New York has a new element to the conversation: Where are the white men behaving badly?


Chile's 'Children of Silence' seek truth
Nearly four decades have passed, but Cecilia Rojas cries for her son as if she had lost him yesterday.


New clue in Amelia Earhart mystery?
Could one of aviation's most enduring mysteries be solved? An aircraft recovery group says it may already have a part of Amelia Earhart's plane, and it thinks it knows where to find the rest of it.


Hagel memo criticized Syria strategy
Earlier this month, while on an trip to Latin America to discuss climate change, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel sat down and wrote a highly private, and very blunt memo to National Security Advisor Susan Rice about U.S. policy toward Syria.


'Unusual' Russian flights over Europe
An "unusual" uptick in the size and scale of Russian aircraft flying throughout European airspace in recent days has raised alarm bells for NATO officials.


What's fishy about your shrimp?
You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it and saute it, but one of America's favorite seafoods -- the humble shrimp -- might not be what you think it is.


Students: Dump Maher from graduation
The controversy over having TV host Bill Maher speak at the University of California Berkeley has taken another turn. Well, make that two.


Senator's jokes caught on tape
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, who is toying with the idea of a presidential bid, joked in a private gathering this month that "white men who are in male-only clubs are going to do great in my presidency," according to an audio recording of his comments provided to CNN.


Lopez: I've felt abused in the past
Not all abuse leaves physical scars, and that's a reality Jennifer Lopez is exploring in a new memoir.


Gov. Christie to heckler: Shut up
At a press conference remembering Superstorm Sandy, Governor Chris Christie grew angry at an unruly heckler.


High-tech cheating scam exposed
Thousands of Chinese students are caught using high-tech cheating gear in the national exam to become licensed pharmacists.


How Kutcher picked odd baby name
Ashton Kutcher talks about fatherhood and the clever way he came up with his daughter's name.


'Harry Potter' star's amazing rap
Daniel Radcliffe rapped Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics" on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."


'House of Cards' actress dies
It's a sad time for the cast and crew of "House of Cards."


Taylor Swift is doing what?
Taylor Swift will be welcoming you to New York for the next year as its official ambassador, but many of the city's residents are already wishing the megastar had stayed home in Nashville. We have our own nominees for that most prestigious of posts.


World Series legend is born
So much for destiny.


The longest 90 feet ... ever!
CNN's Jake Tapper relives the Giants win over the Royals in the World Series and explains how baseball applies to life.


The gray market for iPhones
It's Wednesday afternoon and it's packed in one of Hong Kong's three huge Apple Stores.


Fall beers worth the brouhaha
There are great beers that get overlooked on these cool autumn nights because they are not pumpkin-flavored.


Epic phone prank stumps customer
The hit show "The Carbonaro Effect" airs Thursdays at 10pm ET on TruTV.


Lion's bump stumps her keepers
Does that lion have a baby bump? CNN's Jeanne Moos asks is she or isn't she? Not even her zookeepers know for sure.


Accused cop killer caught after weeks
Authorities spent nearly seven weeks hunting for Eric Frein, 31, and now they say they'll seek the death penalty for the man accused of ambushing police.


Man repeatedly mistaken for fugitive
James Tully says he been stopped so many times by law enforcement on his way to work that he's stopped counting.


Residents rattled
Scared. Anxious. And more than a little surprised.


New image of suspect in custody
Police found Eric Matthew Frein who they say killed Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounded Trooper Alex T. Douglass.


Photos: Fugitives on the run


Should girls be 'pink princesses'?
So your daughter will just die if she doesn't wear a princess costume for Halloween? And of course it has to be pink. And every little girl you know wants to be a princess for Halloween, except for the neighborhood tomboy down the street?


Want women's attention? Try this
If you are a woman, you've likely experienced the creepy, disrespectful and sometimes scary way some men treat you as you walk down the street -- lewd looks, unwanted comments, compliments about your body, elongated necks craning to see your backside, catcalls, even being followed.


Pope pushes back at creationists
Heidi Schlumpf says Francis isn't the first pope to say the Big Bang and evolution are compatible with Catholicism, but he has set the record straight for those who think Catholics share protestant evangelicals' anti-science stance


Poland won't arrest wanted filmmaker
Famed film director Roman Polanski, wanted in the United States for having sex with a minor in the 1970s, was questioned this week by Polish authorities but allowed to leave after the interview.


4 dead: Plane hits FlightSafety building
A plane appears to have crashed at a building at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport in southern Kansas on Thursday morning, CNN affiliate KSNW reported.


LeBron ad you'll be talking about
NBA's LeBron James has a new Nike ad that premieres the same night he returns to the court as a Cleveland Cavalier.


Maine: No deal with Ebola nurse
The boyfriend of a Maine nurse who defied an Ebola quarantine is speaking out, saying isolating returnees from West Africa will affect their partners as well.


Dog Bentley negative for Ebola
When Dallas nurse Nina Pham left hospital after treatment for Ebola last week, all she wanted to do was hug her dog.


Meet Ebola vaccine participant
CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the largest clinical trial of the Ebola vaccine on humans and speaks to a participant.


Cups a clue in family's mystery deaths
Benjamin and Kristi Strack lay dead on their bed. On the floor near them lay the bodies of three of their children, from 11 to 14 years-old.


Suze Orman on CEO coming out
Erin Burnett and Suze Orman discuss the significance of Apple CEO Tim Cook's public announcement that he is gay.


Women sold, enslaved by ISIS
Jana was 19 and in her final year of high school. She dreamed of becoming a doctor. Then, ISIS came to her village last August and her world collapsed.


Abbas: Closing holy site means war
Tensions between Palestinians and Israelis spiked in Jerusalem Thursday as Israel closed access to the Temple Mount, a move Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called a "declaration of war."


Rocket operator hit destruct button
After it became apparent there was a problem with the launch of the NASA-contracted Antares rocket, the company that operated the flight hit the destruct button, a spokesman said Thursday.


Girl, 8, admonishes Senate candidates
An 8-year-old North Carolina girl is sick of the heated Senate race where more than $100 million has been spent on mostly negative TV ads.


North Korean officials shot over TV?
According to South Korean reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un executed party officials for watching soap operas.


Mammoth fossil uncovered in Idaho
A rare mammoth skull with a tusk was found in an Idaho riverbank. CNN Affiliate KPVI has the story.


Mike Tyson: Anchor 'full of s**t'
"CNN Tonight's" Don Lemon catches flack from Mike Tyson during an interview about his new television series and book.


To be a black cat on Halloween
From ancient superstitions to modern photography, black cats face their share of unique issues -- especially this time of year.


Halloween costumes to avoid this year
Freeze! Step away from the stack of face masks and hazmat suits.


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


The week in 34 photos


Inside the world of a feminist stripper
I'm neither a happy hooker nor a sad stripper. I don't have a boyfriend in jail, any kids or a drug habit. I'm a writer, teacher and stripper.


This Cowboys fan is about to be attacked
A Dallas Cowboys fan catches attack on camera. KTVT has the story.


She breaks world record before death
"I had to film her death," Frederic Lumiere says softly. "In the film, I'm behind the camera, and you can hear me crying."


How do astronauts shower in space?
We've seen interviews of Space Station astronauts and videos of their spacewalks, but what is daily life really like?


WWII wreckage raised from lake
The wreckage of a World War II plane that disappeared roughly 70 years ago is being hauled out of a Canada lake.


The groom-bride fall you must see
Groom carrying bride falls on his face ... and hers. CNN's Jeanne Moos counts down the top five wedding fails.


No. The customer is NOT always right
In business, it might pay to keep the customer happy, but how far should you go just to keep the peace?


18 photos that defy perspective
Did she really kiss the Great Sphinx of Egypt? Forced perspective uses optical illusion to make objects appear closer or farther than the really are. The resulting pictures will blow your mind.


Ferrari's 6 'invite-only' super cars
Ferrari is making six "invite-only" super cars that are available only to the most elite car lovers. CNNMoney's Alanna Petroff reports.


An introduction to Iranian cooking
Iranian cooking can be seen as a metaphor for the country itself: It's tart, sweet, fragrant and vastly complex.


Pop star's odd act as wife gives birth
CNN's Lisa France explains why Robbie Williams is either the best or worst husband on the planet.


Why Ali's daughter wanted him to lose
Muhammad Ali's oldest daughter, shares special moments about her father with CNN's Jason Carroll.


The car that rebuilds itself
From the single, centrally-positioned seat to the crash-proof frame, this Formula One-like car is an alluring piece of kit. It would make any driver stand out in a traffic jam, and it's completely road legal.


Student's incredible shots win $10,000
A student had 30 seconds to hit four shots, including a half-court shot, to win $10,000 in tuition at Bryan College.


Starbucks to baristas: No engagement rings
Starbucks has adopted a dress code policy which says baristas cannot wear watches, bracelets or even engagement rings.


Look who's coming to (a $100) dinner
The Hambycast drops in on the Iowa Democratic Party's annual Jefferson-Jackson fundraising dinner to see why the so-called "rubber chicken circuit" still endures.


She says stripping empowers women
I'm neither a happy hooker nor a sad stripper. I don't have a boyfriend in jail, any kids or a drug habit. I'm a writer, teacher and stripper.


'Children of Silence' seek truth
Altered records, mothers told their babies had died during birth, children stolen and sold. Hundreds, potentially thousands of families want answers.


Chewing the fat on the rubber-chicken circuit
Why did nearly 1,000 Iowans pay $100-a-pop to chew wilted salads and poke at dried-out chicken breast with a bunch of strangers inside a drafty conventional hall? Politics, of course.


Look who's coming to (a $100) dinner
The Hambycast drops in on the Iowa Democratic Party's annual Jefferson-Jackson fundraising dinner to see why the so-called "rubber chicken circuit" still endures.


Nerd science of campaigning
Have you heard that it all comes down to turnout? Of course you have, because politicians say it every November.


The people who could choose the next president
Soon after I arrived in New Hampshire, I hit Mitt Romney in the face.


New front in war on women
The war over women arrived in New Hampshire this week -- in the form of a press release.


Rand Paul's campus challenge
Campus politics aren't always a clear winner for Rand Paul, as he discovered here this week during an appearance at the College of Charleston.


ISIS
Jana was a 19-year-old in her final year of high school, with dreams of becoming a doctor. Then, ISIS came to her village last August, and her world collapsed.


Ebola
The boyfriend of a Maine nurse who defied an Ebola quarantine is speaking out, saying isolating returnees from West Africa will affect their partners as well.


Plane hits building
Four people died after a small plane crashed into a building near Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport in southern Kansas on Thursday morning, city Fire Marshal Brad Crisp said.


Ferguson
Under fire, the police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, told CNN on Thursday that he has no intention of stepping down.


Temple Mount
Tensions between Palestinians and Israelis spiked in Jerusalem Thursday as Israel closed access to the Temple Mount, a move Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called a "declaration of war."


Elizabeth Norment
It's a sad time for the cast and crew of "House of Cards."


'Lady Ganga'
"I had to film her death," Frederic Lumiere says softly. "In the film, I'm behind the camera, and you can hear me crying."


The week in 37 photos


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


What a shot! 35 sports photos


  
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