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March 28, 2015
• Co-pilot that Crashed Germanwings Flight Possibly Suffered from Mental Stress; Possible Causes of Germanwings Crash Examined; Potential Effects of Cameras in Cockpit of Flights Assessed; Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl Charged with Desertion; Amanda Knox Found Not Guilty of Murder by Italian Court; CNN Hero Provides Bike Rides for Underprivileged Children. Aired 10:00-11a ET
• Possible Causes of Germanwings Plane Crash Examined; Searchers Look for Remains of Crashed Germanwings Plane; Potential Effects of Remote Control for Commercial Airline Flights Assessed; Negotiations over Iranian Nuclear Deal Nearing Deadline; Congressman Gowdy States Hillary Clinton Wiped Personal Server; Amanda Knox Found Not Guilty of Murder by Italian Court; Man Assaulted on Subway After Being Asked Opinion of Michael Brown Case. Aired 2-3p ET
• Sources: Co-Pilot Passed Recent Medical Exam; Arab Leaders Meet As Yemen Violence Grows; Friend: Co-Pilot Flew A Glider Over Crash Site; Teams Continue Slow Body Recovering in Alps; Medical Problem in Cockpit Just One Theory of Germanwings Crash; Controversy over Indiana Religious Freedom Law. Aired 5-6p ET
• Germanwings' Co-Pilot Believed To Have Hidden A Psychiatric Condition; Saudi Arabia Continues Air Strikes In Yemen. Aired 8-830p ET
• Should Cameras Be Streaming from Cockpit?; Religious Freedom Law Criticized As Anti-Gay; Germanwings Co-Pilot's Illness; Iran's Amanda Knox Cleared of Charges. Aired 4-5p ET
• Sources: Co-Pilot Passed Flight Physical; Saudi-Led Coalition Troops Could be in Yemen Soon; Interview with Congressman Ed Royce of California; Army to Decide on Bergdahl Case; Germwanwings Co-pilot Suffers from Mental Illness. Aired 7-8p ET


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March 22, 2015
• Last U.S. Troops Pull Out of Yemen; Road Rage in Texas; Sen. Ted Cruz Expected to Officially Declare Run for 2016 Presidency; Tunisia's President Says Third Attacker on the Run; Ancient Catholic Ritual as Pope Visits Naples; What Happened to Jackie? Aired 4-5p ET
• U.N. Envoy says Yemen "On Edge of Civil War"; Sen. Ted Cruz Announcing White House Bid Monday; Is Yik Yak App Fueling Cyberbullying?; Former FBI Informant Harassed Online; Millionaire Murder Suspect in Court; Pope Francis Performs a Miracle?; Did Jesus Have a Secret Brother? Aired 6-7p ET
• U.S. Pulls Our Last Forces from Yemen; Possible ISIS Threat against U.S. Troops; ISIS Crisis in Iraq; Senator McCain Tells President Obama to "Get Over It"; Senator Ted Cruz to Announce Presidential Run; Road Rage Shooting Spree; Bar Gives Account Of Bloody UVA Arrest; Investigation Of Bloody Arrest To Take Weeks; You Get Screened, Airport Workers Don't. Aired 2-3p ET
• U.N. Holds Emergency Meeting on Yemen; Medical Students Traveling to Syria Include One American; Possible ISIS Threat Against U.S. Troops; Manhunt for Suspect in Road Rage; Petraeus on Iraq; Fallout from Netanyahu Re-Election; New Witness on Bloody UVA Arrest; Videos Key to Case Against Hernandez. Aired 3-4p ET
• Senator Ted Cruz Announcing Run for President; U.N. Security Council in Emergency Meeting; Possible ISIS Threat Against U.S. Troops; Wealthy GOP Donor Helping Peshmerga; Is Petraeus Plea Deal a Double Standard?; Murder Suspect's Source of Wealth; Starbucks Initiative Continues But No More Writing on Cups; Retro Tech in Retrospect; Does California Have a Year of Water Left? Aired 5:00-6p ET


March 21, 2015
• U.S. Pull Special Forces out of Yemen; New Orleans Airport Personnel Attacked; Terrorists Attack Tunisian Museum; U.S. Government Warns of Terrorists at Tourist Destinations in Caribbean; Seven Children Perish by Fire in Bedrooms in Brooklyn; Effects of Terrorist Attacks on Tourism in Tunisia Assessed; Potential Political Fallout from Hillary Clinton's Private Email Server Scandal Examined; CNN Hero Provides Access to Eye Care for Children. Aired 10-11:00a ET
• U.S. Pulls Special Forces out of Yemen; New Orleans Airport Personnel Attacked; U.S.-Iran Negotiations on Nuclear Deal Continue; FBI Asking Local Police Departments Nationwide to Reopen Cold Case Murder Files to Investigate Possible Connection to Robert Durst; Seven Children Perish by Fire in Bedrooms in Brooklyn; Penn State Frat Posts Provocative Pictures of Unconscious Women on Facebook Page; President Discusses Mandatory Voting in America; Fourth Grade Students Visit New Hampshire State Legislature to Watch Their Own Proposed Bill be Voted Down. Aired 2-3p ET
• TSA Agent Attacked by Man with Machete; Yemen Developments; Kerry in Talks with Iran; What Happened to Robert Durst's Wife?; DOJ: Michael Brown's Hands Not Up. Aired 4-5p ET
• TSA Hero Recounts Machete Attack; White House Vows To Reassess Relationship with Israel; Coffee Giant Defends #racetogether Campaign; "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" Based On A Lie; Suspect in New Orleans Airport TSA Attack Dies. Aired 5-6p ET
• Machete-Wielding Airport Attacker Dies; Obama Taking Netanyahu "At His Word"; ISIS Claims Attacks in Tunisia, Yemen; Trial of Boston Bomber Starts Monday; More Charges for Robert Durst. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. Evacuating Special Forces from Yemen; Machete Wielding Man Storms Airport Security; Brooklyn Fire Kills Seven Children; Bloodied Student Arrest Stirs Outcry; White House Sharpening Tone Toward Netanyahu; Attorney: Durst Has Serious Medical Problems; Dayton Prevents NCAA Tournament History. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Airport Machete Attack In New Orleans; U.S. Urges Americans To Evacuate Yemen; Nuclear Negotiations Between U.S. And Iran Take Five; Tunisian Authorities Arrest More Than 20 Suspected Mlitants; Aired 3- 4p ET
• Sources: U.S. Evacuating Special Ops Forces From Yemen; Machete-Wielding Man Shot Inside Airport; "Hot Plate" Starts Brooklyn Fire: Kills Seven Children; Robert Durst Bail Hearing Set For Monday; FBI Looks At Cold Cases For Link To Durst
• U.S. Pulls Out Remaining Troops in Yemen; Machete Wielding Man Storms Airport; ISIS Focuses on Soft Targets Like Bardo Museum; GOP Holding AG Nominee Hostage?; Brooklyn Fire Kills 7 Children; White House Sharpening Tone Toward Netanyahu; Frats Behaving Badly; Drone Use Expanding. Aired 1-2p ET


March 20, 2015
• Stock Market Update; FBI Looks at Cold Cases; Feds Probe Rep. Schock. CNN Poll: Americans Say They're Increasingly Fearful of ISIS at Home. New Signs of a Warmer Friendship Between North Korea and Russia? Aired 9:30-10:00a ET
• Ferguson Interim Police Chief Takes Charge; Black UVA Student Bloody Arrest Stokes Anger, Student Rallies; FBI Investigating Aaron Schock; ISIS Claims Yemen Mosque Attacks. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Dozens Killed in Yemen Mosque Blasts; Heartbreak as Tunisia Marks Independence Day; Black Mississippi Man Found Hanging from Tree; Total Solar Eclipse Cast Shadow on Millions; Kerry Pauses Iran Nuke Talk Until Next Week; Obama to Netanyahu: I'll "Reassess" Ties. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Yemen Bombings; Libya Camps; UVA Student Forum; Smart Speaks Out; Cold Case Ties. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Suge Knight Collapses in Courtroom; Boston Bombing Trial Continues; The ISIS Threat. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• FBI Investigates Possible Durst Cold Case Ties; 9/11 Victim Identified 14 Years Later; As U.S./Israeli Relationship "Reassessed" Obama Addresses Iran Directly; Working to Replace Jackson with a Woman on $20 Bills. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Suicide Bombers Attack Yemen Mosques; Heartbreak as Tunis Marks Independence Day; Significant Security Breach at TSA; Interview with Representative Bennie Thompson; Obama Delivers Message to Iranian People. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Congressman Aaron Schock Faces Intense Legal Scrutiny; Biker Leads LA Police on High-Speed Chase. Aired 3:30-4p ET


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March 14, 2015
• Storm Devastates Vanuatu Island Chain; Russia's Recent Military Expansion Profiled; Secret Service Agents Under Investigation for Driving Incident; Protests Continue in Ferguson, Missouri; Prince Charles and Camilla to Visit U.S.; Current State of Race Relations in U.S. Examined; CNN Hero Fixes Cars for Those in Need
• Storm Devastates Vanuatu Island Chain; GOP Senators' Letter to Iranian Leader Draws Controversy; Secret Service Agents under Investigation for Driving Incident; Protests Continue in Ferguson, Missouri; Company Promotes Artificial Intelligence as Means for Making Medical Diagnoses; Trial of Boston Bomber Continues; "The Gospel of Judas" Examined; Baby Saved from Wreck
• CDC: Patients Flying on Non-Commercial Planes; Report: Al Qaeda Paid With CIA Dollars; President Reconsidering Afghan Drawdown; Investigators: Several Leads in Police Shooting; 5-5:30p ET; Several Leads in Ferguson Police Shooting; Prince Charles Opens Up on Camilla; Ferguson Mayor Says Will Not Step Down Following DOJ Report; O.U. Fraternity Hires High-Profile Attorney
• Americans Possibly Exposed to Ebola Headed to U.S.; Police and Protesters Meet Face to Face; ISIS "Aggressively" Recruiting from Minnesota
• Massive Storm Kills at Least Six; Iraqi Forces Retake Most of a Key City; New Questions about White House Incident; New Questions About White House Incident; Frat's National Office Investigating Video; Serena Williams Makes An Emotional Return
• State of Emergency In South Pacific After Tropical Cyclone Pam Strikes Vanuatu; Missouri Authorities Working Round The Clock To Find Person Who Shot Two Ferguson Police Officers; Three Men Accused Of Plot To Join ISIS Have Pleaded Not Guilty To Terrorism Charges; Prince Charles Opens Up About Love Life And Marriage To Camilla
• New Leads In Manhunt For Cop Shooter; Massive Storm Kills At Least Six; Can Police Control The Streets?; SAE Wants Due Process; Polls Suggest Netanyahu Trailing Opponent
• Several Leads in Police Shooting in Ferguson; Rescue of Baby Caught on Video; Four Patients to be Monitored in Nebraska; Monster Storm Slams Island Paradise; Ex-Soldiers Volunteer for Battle; Did GOP Senators Break Law with Iran Letter?
• Deadly Cyclone Batters Nation of Vanuatu; New Leads in Manhunt for Cop Shooter; Coalition Battles ISIS for Ramadi and Tikrit; New Question about White House Incident; New Russian Threat to the U.S.; Can Police and Citizens Heal Ferguson; Baby Lily Survives Hanging Upside Down in Utah River; New Problems Revealed at L.A. Veterans Hospital; Prince Charles and Wife Camilla Visit America


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March 07, 2015
• Russia Announces Two Suspects Arrested in Boris Nemtsov Murder; March in Selma Commemorates Civil Rights March Across Edmund Pettus Bridge; Malaysian Government to Release Report on Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; State Department Investigating E-Mails Submitted by Hillary Clinton for Public Release; Christian Woman Wears Hijab for Lent; CNN Hero Provides Books to Children
• Thousands Gather for 50th Anniversary of Selma, Alabama, Civil Rights March; President Obama to Speak at 50th Anniversary of Selma, Alabama, Civil Rights March; House Where Dr. Martin Luther King Planned Selma March Profiled; Daughter of Former Selma Mayor Interviewed; Russia Announces Arrest of Two Suspects in Boris Nemtsov Murder
• Live Coverage And Analysis Of The 50th Anniversary Of March On Selma
• Marking 50 Years Since "Bloody Sunday"; DOJ Report On Ferguson Shows Patterns Of Racism; First Family Walks Across Edmund Pettus Bridge; Iraqi Forces Make Gains Near Tikrit
• Will Former Secretary of State Respond?; Private Account Stirs New Criticism; President Obama Crosses Iconic Bridge; John Lewis Led Selma March in 1965; Boko Haram Pledges Allegiance to ISIS: New Poll on Race Relations in U.S.; Hillary Clinton's 1st Appearance Follow Private Email Account Discovery
• Boko Haram Allegedly Pledges Loyalty to ISIS; Clinton Private Email Account Stirs New Criticism; 50th Anniversary Of "Bloody Sunday" In Selma; One-Year Anniversary Of Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight
• Hillary Clinton Speaks At University of Miami; Boko Haram Allegedly Joining Forces With ISIS; Two Additional Arrests Made In Boris Nemtsov Murder Case; Protesters Took To The Streets Last Night After Police Officer Shot And Killed Unarmed Teen; Tomorrow Marks One Year Anniversary Of Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight
• Two Arrested in Russian Opposition Leader's Death; Sen. Menendez Denies Allegations of Corruption; Security Concern Near White House Delays Obama; Interview with Rep. John Lewis; Witnesses To Bloody Sunday Share Their Stories; Thousands Return To Edmund Pettus Bridge
• First Family Will Take Part In Anniversary; Ambassador Andrew Young Reflects On Selma Anniversary; Alabama Governor Remembers Events Of 1965; Two Ferguson Officers Resign Over Racist Emails
• Remembering the Selma Marches 50 Years Later


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February 28, 2015
• Russian Critic of Vladimir Putin Killed in Moscow; American Reverend Kidnapped in Nigeria; Congress Passes Seven-Day Funding for Homeland Security Department; Israeli Prime Minister to Speak to U.S. Congress; American Blogger Killed in Bangladesh; Alleged Boston Marathon Bomber's Trial to Take Place in Boston; Principal Speaks Out against Cyber Bullying; CNN Hero Invents Cup for Movement-Impaired
• ISIS Frees Captives; Boris Nemtsov Murdered; Standoff in DHS Budget; Boycotting the Netanyahu Speech; Interview with U.S. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky of Illinois
• U.S., Europe Also Consider Hamas Terror Group; Police Hunt Putin Opponent's Killer; Rand Paul Wins 2015 CPAC Straw Poll; Video Shows Nemtsov Murder Near Kremlin; Film Creators Talk "Finding Jesus"; Harrowing House-By-House Shooting Rampage in Missouri; Tributes to Leonard Nimoy from Earth, Space
• Manhunt on for Killer of Putin Critic; Students May be Headed to Join ISIS; Tyrone, Missouri, Reeling After Shooting Deaths; Scott Walker's Poll Numbers Surge; New Revelations By Ex-Police Chief; Stolen Race Car Found, Minus Truck, Trailer
• Boris Nemtsov Murdered Close To Kremlin; ISIS Commander Reportedly Ordered To Free Dozens Of Syrian Christians; Netanyahu To Arrive In U.S. Tomorrow Night; Avijit Roy Hacked To Death In His Native Bangladesh
• Venezuela Detains U.S. Pilot; Boris Nemtsov Killed Yards from Kremlin; Netanyahu to Speak Before Congress
• Manhunt On For Killer Of Putin Critic; Investigators May Have Possible Motive; Remembering Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy; Four Teens May Have Links To ISIS; "Slenderman" Stabbing Interrogation Video Released; Abdullah: ISIS No "Relationship To Our Faith"
• Fatal Shooting of Russian Opposition Leader; CPAC Is Unofficial Start of GOP Primary; Interview with Lloyd Blankfein; Egyptian Court: Hamas A Terrorist Organization; Frayed Edges Showing In U.S.-Israeli Relationship; Border Drones: High Price For Eye-In-The-Sky
• Outspoken Vladimir Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov Gunned Down; Homeland Security Money to Run for Another Seven Days; Race to Find Teens Before They Join ISIS; Police Shot Unarmed Man in the Back; Egyptian Court Declares Hamas a Terrorist Organization; D.C. versus Capitol Hill in Pot Showdown


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February 21, 2015
• Defense Secretary Visits Afghanistan; U.S. Military Announces Possible Iraqi Forces Led Offensive Against ISIS In Mosul, Iraq; U.S. Troop Drawdown From Afghanistan May be Delayed; Suspect in Law Vegas Shooting Arrested; Officer Shot in Minneapolis in Possible Ambush; White House Wraps Up Summit on Violent Extremism; Bill O'Reilly Criticized for Reporting on Falkland Islands War; Young Girls Speak about Stabbing Classmate
• White House Concludes International Summit on Violent Extremism; U.S. Military Announces Possible Future Offensive against ISIS Led by Iraqi Forces; Possible Political Effects of Rudy Giuliani's Controversial Comments on President Obama Assessed; Suspected Las Vegas Gunman Knew Victim of Shooting; Dash Cam and Cell Phone Cameras Effect on Policing Examined; App Helps Blind Use Volunteers to See
• American-Made Weapons Ending Up In Hands Of ISIS Fighters In Iraq; ISIS Has New Target In Its Sights; Giuliani Refuses To Back Down From Comments About Obama's Level Of Patriotism
• Video Shows U.S. Weapons in ISIS Hands; Pentagon: Mosul Mission Set For Spring; Bill O'Reilly Fires Back at Mother Jones Magazine; Right Wing Extremists, Homegrown Jihadists Biggest Domestic Threat; Government Debt Collectors Are Breed Apart; Some Republicans Say Giuliani's Remarks on Obama Went Too Far
• ISIS Has American-Made Arsenal; "Army Wives" Actress Works to Combat ADHD; Drivers Beware: Insurance Repair Scam
• Iraqi Officials: Mosul Mission Set for Spring; Giuliani Suggests Obama Doesn't Love America; Three Western Teens Run Off to Syria; Pentagon: Mosul Mission Set for Spring; Oscar Freebies
• ISIS Seizes American-Made Weapons in Iraq; Manhunt Underway after Police Ambush; Road Rage Suspect Bragged to Friends about Shooting; Fire Rips through Luxury Dubai Skyscraper; Right Wing Extremists May Be Biggest Threat; Government: 24 Sovereign Citizen Attacks In U.S. Since 2010; Rudy Giuliani Receives Death Threats; Bobbi Kristina Brown's Breathing Tube Removed; Report: FDA Knew Device Could Transmit Infection; NASCAR Suspends Kurt Busch
• ISIS Seizes American-Made Weapons in Iraq; Taking Back Mosul; Fallout from Rudy Giuliani's Remarks about President Obama; Shooting Victim Knew the Suspect; Auto Insurance Scheme; Government Warns of Right-Wing Extremists; Milky Way May Have Hundreds of Planets
• Twenty Four Violent Attacks Since 2010; Giuliani Receives Death Threats After Remarks; Republicans Wage War Over High School History Class; Three British Girls May Join ISIS In Syria; From Private School To The Killing Fields; Bill O'Reilly Fires Back At "Mother Jones" Magazine; New Questions Arise Over Woman's Death


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February 18, 2015
• ISIS Lures Women Recruits; The Aaron Hernandez Trial; Mike Huckabee Looks Into 2016 Race; Joe Biden Makes Headlines; Ukrainian Cease-fire Elusive on the Ground
• 60 Nations Target Extremists, Social Media; Interview with Rep. Scott Perry; Measles Cases Rise across U.S.; Goods Stuck in West Coast Standoff
• ISIS Repelled in Iraq Battle; U.S. Terror Kill List; Obama to Speak on Fight Against Extremism; A Look at the ISIS End Game
• 60 Nations Target Extremists Social Media; Kurdish Fighters Stop ISIS Assault in Iraq; 2004 Photo of ISIS Leader Surfaces; ISIS Fewer Than 200 Miles from Italy; Danish Gunman Tried to Get Inside Cafe; Cop Under Fire for Turning Off Camera
• Kurds Repel ISIS Attack Near Erbil; Mike Huckabee Leads GOP, Hillary Clinton Leads Democrats in CNN Poll; Defense Begins in "American Sniper" Trial; Ukrainian Troops Pull Back from Debaltseve.
• ISIS Accused of Organ Harvesting; Photo of Reclusive ISIS Leader; Road Rage Murder; Routh Trial
• Families of Beheaded Egyptian Christians Speaking Out; Will New Methods of Federal Law Enforcement Lead to Spying on Young Muslim Men; During Cease-Fire Ukrainian Troops Pack Up, Retreat; Interview with Mars One Finalist
• ISIS Pushed Back in Iraq; Jeb Bush on Foreign Policy; Road Rage Case
• Kurdish Fighters Stop ISIS Assault in Iraq; Fighting Against ISIS Propaganda Machine; Copenhagen Gunman Pretended to be Drunk; "American Sniper" Trial
• Mythical Creature Driving 12-Year-Old Girls to Kill; Time Capsule Opened in Baltimore


February 17, 2015
• White House Summit Draws 60 Nations; Jurors Hear Videotaped Confession of Kyle Killer; Teen Killed in Shootout, Parents Found Dead
• Train Derailment in West Virginia; Prosecution Expected to Rest Cast in American Sniper Trial; Winter Blast Hits 1 Million People in U.S.; Egypt Pounds ISIS as Terror Group Grows
• Obama Immigration Plans Halted by Judge; International Leaders Meet at White House for Terrorism Conference; Copenhagen Gunman Swore Allegiance to ISIS on Facebook; More Winter Storms Pummel South, East, and Northeast; Interview with Boston Mayor; West Virginia Train Derailment Examined
• Videotaped Confession; Danish Jews Fearful; Interview with Representative Lee Zeldin; Texas Judge Halts Obama's Immigration Order
• American Sniper Trial; Battle Against ISIS; Paying Ransoms
• ISIS Wants an Apocalypse; Vigil for Grandmother Killed after a Near Fender Bender; Paris Attackers had Allegiance to ISIS; Hidden Camera on Anti-Semitism on Paris Streets; Ukraine Cease-Fire Crumbles.
• Gunman Backed ISIS Before Deadly Shootings; Egypt Asks U.N. Security Council for Help; ISIS, An Apocalyptic Cult?; Train Carrying Crude Oil Derails then Explodes; Snow and Ice Crippling the East Coast
• War Against ISIS; Denmark Gunman Swore ISIS Allegiance; Fiery Derailment Displaces West Virginia Residents; Wintry Mix Slams Southern States
• Report: Paris Terrorist Sent Text To Store Gunman; Terror Group Seeing "Warp Speed" Gains; Jury Sees Video Of Hernandez Dismantling Phone; Oil Spilled Into River Threatening Drinking Water
• Eddie Ray Routh's Lawyers Poised Him With Insanity Defense; Israeli Prime Minister's Upcoming Visit To Congress Raises Tensions Between White House and Congressional Leaders; Boston At A Loss For What To Do With Snow Piling Up On City Streets And Sidewalks


February 16, 2015
• War with ISIS; Two Charged with Hiding Danish Gunman; Netanyahu Urges European Jews to Come Home; Southern Freeze: Wintry Mess Expected; ISIS Gaining Ground in Anbar
• ISIS Threat Continues to Grow; Record Snow in Boston; Record Business for Plow Drivers; Congress on Vacation as DHS In Jeopardy of Losing Funding; SNL Celebrates 40 Years
• Terror Group Spreads across the Region; Bitter Cold Impacting Millions; CNN Quiz Show: President's Edition to Air Tonight
• Egypt Strikes ISIS in Libya Again; Copenhagen Gunman May Have Had Help; Subzero Wind Chill Now Threatens Boston, Northeast; Artist Who Survived Copenhagen Gunman Speaks
• Biggest Cyberattack in History at Banks; Israeli Prime Ministers Tells Jews to Come Home to Israel; Week 2 of "American Sniper" Trial; SNL Celebrates 40 Years
• Egypt Attacks ISIS; Danish Shooting; Swedish Artist on Hit List; Violence in Ukraine
• New Violence in Ukraine Despite Truce; Egyptian War Planes Pound ISIS Targets; Netanyahu Tells Jews to "Come Home" to Israel; Jewish Cemetery Desecrated with Graffiti in France; East Coast Bracing for Major Winter Storms; Hicks Indicted for Murder in Chapel Hill, N.C.
• Terror in Denmark; Egypt Attacks ISIS; American Sniper Trial
• War Against ISIS; Two Charged with Hiding Danish Gunman; More Snow and Bitter Cold to Northeast; Hackers Steal Up to $1 Billion From Banks
• Israeli Prime Minister Has Message For Jews In Europe; Deep Freeze Descends On Several States; A Billion-Dollar Theft Ring Uncovered After Investigators Find Hacked ATM


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February 14, 2015
• ISIS Fighters Threaten Iraq Airbase Housing U.S. Military Personnel; Severe Storms Threaten Northeast; NBA Prepares for All Star Game in New York; Judge Finds U.S. Marshals Not Guilty of Excessive Force in Shooting Incident; "Fifty Shades of Grey" Opens in Theaters; New Dance in Memphis Examined; Shooting Takes Place at Denmark Free Speech Forum
• Shooting Takes Place at Denmark Free Speech Forum; ISIS Fighters Threaten Iraqi Airbase Housing U.S. Military Personnel; U.S. Strategy to Combat ISIS Examined; Violence Continues in Ukraine Ahead of Planned Ceasefire; Progressive Neurological Disease Affecting Children Examined; Severe Storms Threaten Northeast
• Ukraine Ceasefire Now In Effect: Will It Hold?; Official: Terrorists Networking More Than Ever; Ukraine Ceasefire Took Effect at Midnight; Another Snow Storm Headed for New England; Panetta Concerned Congress Could Block Obama's AUMF; Did U.S. Do Enough to Save Hostages?
• Two Gunmen Storm Free Speech Event In Denmark, Killing One and Wounding Three; Ceasefire Set To Take Effect In Ukraine; Interview With Rep. Ed Royce of California; Obama Officially Requests Use Of Military Force Against ISIS
• Police Attacked in Copenhagen; Anbar in Critical Danger; Blizzard Warning for New England Coast; Reports: Police Attacked In Copenhagen; Shelling In Ukraine Ahead Of Ceasefire; Hernandez Jurors To See Key Video; Three Police Officers Shot At Freedom Of Speech Panel
• Three Police Officers Shot At Freedom Of Speech Panel; ISIS Making Gains Just Outside Baghdad; Blizzard Warnings From Maine To Long Island; Up to 50 Million Being Impacted By Winter Storm; ISIS Attacks Base Housing U.S. Troops
• Millions Brace For Fourth Major Snowstorm; Heavily Armed Gunmen Are On The Loose; Cartoonist Lars Vilks May Have Been Target; Author Argues West Should Not Arm Ukraine; Fight Now Near U.S. Troops In Iraq; Fight Against ISIS: White House Won't Confirm Ayatollah's Letter; Obama Calls Ukraine's President Poroshenko
• Major Winter Storm to Hammer New England Tonight; Gunman Still on the Loose In Denmark; Interview with Former President Mikhail Saakashvili of Georgia; Police: Second Shooting in Center of Copenhagen
• Two Terror Attacks in Copenhagen, Denmark


February 13, 2015
• Williams Again Under Scrutiny; Blizzard Watches for the Weekend; American Sniper Trial Continues Today; NYC Gearing Up for NBA All Star Weekend; ISIS on the Move
• Militants Fire on Base with U.S. Troops; FBI Starts Investigating Into North Carolina Shooting
• Fighting Rages Ahead of Sunday Ceasefire; Obama's Cyber Summit; "50 Shades of Grey" Expected to Dominate Box Office
• FBI Investigating If Chapel Hill Murders Was Hate Crime; Boston Braces for Another Blizzard; Battle Rages With ISIS Near Al Asad Air Base in Iraq; Brian Williams Investigation Expands to SEAL Team 6 Statements
• FBI Look Into If Three Muslims Killed Was A Hate Crime; Clock Ticks for Homeland Security Bill; Video of Dramatic Police Chase in American Sniper Trial; ISIS Battle Rages in Iraq Near U.S. Troops.
• ISIS Fires on Air Base; FBI Opens Probe; Hernandez Trial
• Aaron Hernandez Trial Continues; Obama Talks Internet, Cyber Security; ISIS Getting Closer to U.S. Military Base in Iraq; Video Key Evidence in American Sniper Murder Trial
• Battle Against ISIS; North Carolina Murders; Hostage Negotiations
• Militants Fire on Base with U.S. Troops; FBI Starts Investigation into North Carolina Shooting; Obama Teams Up with BuzzFeed to Push Healthcare; Judge Rules Against Hernandez Defense
• Democratic Four-Term Governor Faces Mounting Calls To Resign; More of Brian Williams' Reporting Placed Under Microscope; Obama Continues To Advocate "Nontraditional Methods" To Push Domestic Agenda; Another Winter Storm Set To Hit Boston


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February 11, 2015
• Rescuing Mueller; Peace Talks for Ukraine; Netanyahu Sparks Political Fight; Houthis Rebels Seize U.S. Embassy Vehicles in Yemen; Jon Stewart to Leave "Daily Show"
• Obama Asks Congress for War Powers; Interview with Representative Adam Schiff; U.S. Efforts to Rescue American Hostage; NBC Suspends Brian Williams for Six Months; New Details on Obama's War Powers Request
• Peace Talks to Begin Soon; Muslim Students Shot and Killed; Stewart Announces "Daily Show" Departure; Kayla Mueller May Have been Paired with ISIS Fighter
• Democrats May Obstruct Obama War Request; U.S. Closing Yemen Embassy; TransAsia Suspends Pilots; Parking Dispute Behind NC Shooting?; CA School District Supports Ending Personal-Beliefs Exemption for Vaccinated Children; Stewart's "Daily Show" Departure; Leaders Seek Peace in Ukraine
• Obama Sends ISIS Plan to Congress; NBC Suspends Brian Williams for 6 Months; Foreign Fighters Joining ISIS at Rapid Rate; Hernandez's Girlfriend Granted Immunity.
• Rebels in Yemen Seized U.S. Vehicle and Weapons; Obama Sends Power Request to Congress; NBC Suspends Brian Williams; Interview with Representative Earl Blumenauer
• Interview With Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark; President Obama Requests Authority for War On ISIS
• Brian Williams Suspension Rattles NBC Network; Muslim Students Killed in Chapel Hill Is Hate Crime; Eddie Ray Routh Trial Under Way; Who to Fill Shoes of Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show"?
• Permission to Fight ISIS; Kayla Mueller's Death; UNC Students Killed
• President Obama Discusses Request for ISIS War Powers


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February 08, 2015
• ISIS Claims American Hostage Killed By Jordanian Airstrike; Northeast Braces For More Brutal Winter Weather; Deadly California Crash Involving Bruce Jenner; Obama Criticized For "Crusades" Remark; NBC's Brian Williams Temporarily Steps Aside; Smith Considered Among The Greatest Coaches
• More Snowstorms Hitting the Northeast; NBC's Brian Williams Steps Aside; Bruce Jenner Involved in Car Accident; U.S. Cautiously Supports Ukraine's Peace Talks; Convicted Murderer May Get New Trial Thanks To Wildly Popular Podcast; Three More Babies In Chicago With Confirmed Cases Of Measles
• Leaders Of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine Agree To Meet Wednesday To Discuss New Peace Agreement; Brian Williams Steps Down From Nightly News Anchor Chair - For Now; Serial Podcast May Have Helped Convicted Murderer Win New Appeal; Another Major Snowstorm Barrels Through New England; Aaron Hernandez Jury Tours Home And Victim's House; Employee Screening At Atlanta's Airport Under New Scrutiny
• Coalition Pounds New Positions; Jordan Joins Coalition Airstrikes; Senators: Arm the Kurds Now; DHS Secretary Warns of 30,000 Furloughs; Crisis in Ukraine; No Paparazzi in Jenner Crash; The Money Behind the Anti-Vaccine Movement
• Constant Thudding of Blasts Near Ukraine Town; U.S. Considers Arming Ukraine Forces; ISIS Claims Kayla Mueller Died in Airstrike; Legendary Coach Dean Smith Dies; Brian Williams to Skip Letterman Appearance; Former Hostage's Mom Speaking Out; Should U.S. Send Arms to Ukraine?


February 07, 2015
• Violence Continues in Ukraine; Vice President Biden Publicly Tells Russian President Putin Russian Forces Must Leave Ukraine; European Leaders Meeting with Russian President Putin; U.S. to Possibly Provide Military Aid to Ukrainian Forces; ISIS Claims Jordanian Airstrike Kills American Aid Worker Hostage; Two Philadelphia Police Officers are Indicted for Brutality; Poll Shows President Obama Most Polarizing President in Recent History
• Violence Continues in Ukraine; European Leaders' Meeting with Russian President Putin Does Not Produce Ceasefire in Ukraine; ISIS Claims Jordanian Airstrike Kills American Aid Worker Hostage; UAE and Jordan Step Up Airstrikes on ISIS Targets; Two Philadelphia Police Officers are Indicted for Brutality; Brian Williams' Claims on Experiences Related to War Iraq and Hurricane Katrina Questioned; Social Media Use by Terrorist Organizations Assessed; Possible Effects of Nootropics Profiled
• Williams Has Apologized for Telling False Story; Bruce Jenner Involved in Fatal Crash; Kayla Mueller's Parents to ISIS: Contact Us; Realistic Options for Stopping ISIS; Biden's Message to Russia's Putin; Russian's Putin More Popular Than Ever; Putin's Real Plan in Ukraine
• Six Bosnian Immigrants Arrested; NBC's Brian Williams Stepping Down; Outrage Over Obama "Crusades" Comment; Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Measles
• New Airstrikes Hit ISIS Stronghold of Mosul; Parents of American ISIS Hostage Make Plea; Biden Address Ukraine Crisis; Investigators Focus on Brown's Boyfriend; One Hundred Ten Measles Cases In 16 States; Mandatory Vaccines Prevent Measles Spread; Plane Crashes Caught On Camera
• Mosul Could Trigger U.S. Ground Troops Recommendation; Parents Of American ISIS Hostage Make Plea; U.S. Charges Six With Aiding Terrorists Overseas; Jordan: Claims ISIS Killed U.S. Hostage A "PR Stunt"; Police Officers Charged With Beating, Cover-up; NBC Investigating Brian Williams' Iraq Claim; Legal Liability For Those Who Don't Vaccinate?
• ISIS Claims American Hostage Was Killed By Jordanian Airstrike; ISIS Possibly Seeking To Rebuild Its Stock Of Western Captives; U.S.- Led Coalition Forces Unleash More Than Two Dozen Airstrikes On ISIS Strongholds; More Artillery Fire Exchanged Today Between Separatists And Ukrainian Forces; NBC Anchor Brian Williams Now Being Investigated By His Own Network
• NBC's Brian Williams To Be Off Air for Several Days; Bruce Jenner Involved in Deadly Crash; FBI: Kids as Young as 13 Recruited by ISIS; Shocking Video of Transasia Flight; Security for Employees in Airports; Bruce Jenner Involved in Car Accident
• New Airstrikes Hit ISIS Stronghold Mosul; U.S. Investigating Claim of Hostage Death; Jordan Strikes ISIS to Avenge Pilot's Murder; Vice President Biden Speaks about Ukraine; Coalition Pounds ISIS Targets in Syria, Iraq; Investigators Focus on Bobbi Kristina's Boyfriend; 80 Million Customers' Personal Information Exposed
• When Will Brian Williams Return to Nightly News; Bruce Jenner Involved in Deadly Car Crash; ISIS Hostage Parents Make Plea; Investigators Turn to Bobbi Kristina Brown's Boyfriend


February 06, 2015
• Obama Requests Permission to Use Force; Advocacy Group No More Scrutinized; The Money Behind the Anti-Vax Movement
• Queen Rania Attends Rally in Honor of Pilot; France Cracks Down after Terror Attacks; Jenner Reports Fuels Transgender Discussion; "Saved by the Bell" Cast Reunites
• Jordan Continues Air Campaign Against ISIS; France and Germany Seek Russian Cease-Fire in Ukraine; Aaron Hernandez Jurors Take Field Trip; Officials: Problems with Both Engines in TransAsia Plane; Researching Your Charities
• .S. Allies Talk Ukraine Peace in Moscow; What Will Russia Demand for Peace?; Jordan Promises More Airstrikes; Unemployment Rises in January; Ukraine Officer Crowdfunding for Supplies
• Jordanian Airstrikes Round 2 Completed; Politics Threaten Homeland Security Funds; Seatbelt Safety on Aircraft Following Crash; Star Jones Talks Heart Disease
• ISIS Claims Hostage Killed; Jury Visits Hernandez's Home
• Jury Visits Hernandez Home for 45 Minutes; ISIS Claims Jordanian Airstrike Killed American Hostage; Obama Asks Congress for Funding to Hit ISIS; ISIS Hostage Killed as Susan Rice Outlines American Strategy; Merkel, Hollande Meet with Putin over Ukraine.
• Violence in Ukraine; ISIS Claims Jordan Airstrike Killed U.S. Hostage
• European Leaders Coming to Moscow for Peace Talks; Violence Becomes Desperate in Ukraine; Jordanians Widely Support War on ISIS
• ISIS Claims Kayla Mueller Died In Coalition Airstrikes; Members on Jury Of Hernandez Murder Trial Brought To His Home And Alleged Crime Scene; NBC Nightly News Anchor Discusses Mounting Scandal With Colleagues


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January 31, 2015
• JetBlue Airplane and Private Aircraft Nearly Collide Midair; Outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Discusses Releasing Guantanamo Bay Detainees; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Speaks about "Deflate- Gate" Investigation; Two Cases of Measles Reported in Arizona; Mitt Romney Announces He Will not Run for President in 2016; Florida Woman Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon has Sentenced Reduced
• Whitney Houston's Daughter Hospitalized and Breathing after Being Found Unresponsive in Bathtub; Outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Discusses Ongoing Fight against ISIS; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Speaks about State of NFL; Mitt Romney Announces He Will not Run for President in 2016; Vanderbilt University Students Convicted of Sexual Assault
• ISIS: Second Japanese Hostage Beheaded; Japan's PM On ISIS Beheading Hostage; Japanese Officials Outraged at Goto's Beheading; ISIS Video Appears to Show Hostage Beheading; Bobbi Kristina Brown Found Unresponsive in Bathtub; U.S. Officials Call for On-the-Ground Investigation of Hostage Beheading; New Book Shows Similarity of Obama to LBJ
• JetBlue Plane Narrowly Avoids Disaster in the Sky; Toddler with Leukemia at Risk for Measles; Measles Cases Confirmed in at least 14 States; Troops in Iraq Still an Option; Roger Goodell's State of the League; Mitt Romney Will Not Run A Third Time; Romney Led Bush, Others In Latest Polls; GOP Field Still Crowded With Contenders; More Snow For Blizzard Weary New England
• Hagel: Troops In Iraq Still An Option; JetBlue Plane Narrowly Avoids Disaster In The Sky; NHTSA Announces New Recall Over Airbag Defect; Former NFL Patriots Star Charged With Murder; Goodell: "It's Been A Tough Year"; Whitney Houston's Daughter Found Unresponsive
• Japanese Hostage Kenji Goto Beheaded By ISIS
• ISIS: Second Japanese Hostage Beheaded; Whitney Houston's Daughter Found Unresponsive in Tub; ISIS Admits Defeat in Kobani; Security at the Super Bowl; Measles Cases on the Rise; Whitney Houston's Daughter Found Facedown in Bathtub
• Bobbi Kristina Brown Found Unresponsive In Bathtub; Measles Outbreak Jhas Spread To At Least 14 states; Murder Case Against Aaron Hernandez Begins; Kenji Goto Beheaded By ISIS
• Whitney Houston's Daughter Found Unresponsive; Coalition Launches 27 Airstrikes in Iraq and Syria against ISIS; Measles Outbreak?; Airbag Defects Prompt Millions of Vehicles Recalled; Former NFL Patriots Facing Murder Charges; Tough Year for NFL Leading Up to Super Bowl
• ISIS Beheads Kenji Goto; Bobbi Kristina Brown Found Unresponsive in Bathtub


January 30, 2015
• Rap Mogul Accused of Hit and Run; Fates of ISIS Hostages Unknown; Two Americans Shot at Saudi Arabia Gas Station; Dartmouth Pres. Bans Hard Alcohol; Roger Goodell to Give State of the League Address
• Mitt Romney Announces He's Not Running for President; Interview with Sen. Lindsey Graham on the 2016 Election
• Super Bowl PSA Inspired by Real-Life 911 Call; Goodell to Deliver State of the NFL Address; Rap Mogul Accused in Deadly Hit and Run; Is Alcohol Really to Blame for Campus Rapes?; Mitt Romney Won't Run for President in 2016
• Mitt Romney to Run for a Third Time?; Gitmo Prisoner Freed Contacts Taliban; More Snow Expected for New England; Aaron Hernandez Trial Gets Under Way
• More Snow for New England; Aaron Hernandez Trial Continues; Security at the Super Bowl; NFL Deals with Year of Scandals; Ray Lewis Talks Football.
• Measles Outbreak; Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial; Mitt Romney Not Running for President
• Goodell Press Conference Continues; Discussion of the Press Conference
• Goodell Under Fire over Handling of Discipline; Romney Says No Run for White House; More Snow Predicted for New England; Crews Look for Mexico City Gas Explosion Victims.
• 2016 Republican and Democratic Presidential Candidates;; Deadline Over for ISIS Hostages; ISIS Fighting Peshmerga; Aaron Hernandez' Case Decided in Court
• Rap Mogul Suge Knight Arrested; Portland, Maine Scrambling to Remove More Than Two Feet of Snow; NFL Commissioner Holds Press Conference Before Sunday's Super Bowl


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January 28, 2015
• Wall Street Opens; Massachusetts Roads Reopen; New Info on White House Drone Exhausted AirAsia Divers Pause Search; First Lady's Head Scarf Controversy
• U.N.: Climate Change is Real and Happening Now; Storm Slams Northeast Economy; Convictions Tossed for Friendship Nine Activists; Deflate-Gate Dominates Super Bowl Media Day
• Jordan Agrees to Swap Terrorist for ISIS Hostage; Hezbollah Attack Kills Two Israeli Soldiers; Decision Coming on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
• Blizzard Destroys Sea Wall in Massachusetts; Hillary Clinton to Testify in Benghazi Hearing; No Traditional Dress for Michele Obama in Saudi Arabia; Baby Forced into Quarantine to Avoid Measles.
• Storm Breaches Seawall, Floods Streets; Connecticut Buried By As Much As 30 Inches; Meteorologists Apologize for Wrong Forecast; Purported ISIS Video Pledges Hostage Release
• Is Jordan Swap A "Deal With the Devil"?; Israel and Hezbollah; Convictions Overturned; Hernandez Murder Trial
• ISIS Deadline; Attack in Israel
• ISIS Threatening to Kill Japanese and Jordanian Hostages; New England Dealing with Consequences of Record Snowfall; Flood in Marshfield "Voices of Auschwitz"
• Pentagon: Battle for Mosul Inevitable; Jordan Says No to ISIS Swap Unless Jordanian Pilot; UVA Sorority Sisters Told Not to Attend Parties; Marshfield Hit Hard by Blizzard; More Bad Weather Expected for New England; Video of Machete Attack
• Possible Computer Glitch on AirAsia Flight 8501; Photos from Boko Haram Show Children Wielding AK-47s; Auschwitz Anniversary


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January 25, 2015
• New York Braces for a Big Snowstorm; Saudi Arabia As U.S. Ally
• 50 Million in the Path of Historic Storm; Japan Says ISIS Image Appears to be Real; Rocket Attack Caught on Tape; Flap Over Obama Missing Auschwitz Anniversary; Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush Hold Private Meeting; Physics May Explain Away Deflate-gate; Pulling People and Keeping the Money; High Tech Swingers in Silicon Valley; Quest Explores Davos
• Massive Winter Storm; Progress Made on Nuclear Sticking Point; Yemen Unrest Creates Opening for Al Qaeda; Relations Grow Cold Between President Obama and Israeli Leader?; NFL: Patriots Used Under-Inflated Footballs; Obama Plan Would Tax College Saving Plans; New Film "Black Or White" Tackles Race
• Massive Storm May Break Snowfall Records; Rapid Changes Pose New Dangers in Mideast Region; Will Regional Instability Strengthen Iran?; Prices for Super Bowl Ads At All-Time High; "Cronies" Opens at Sundance Film Festival; IRS' Stop and Seize
• 57 Million in the Path of Historic Storm; Obama's Alaska Move Triggers Fight; North Dakota Oil Boomtown on the Brink?; Drugs in Silicon Valley; Deflategate Body Language; Historic Blizzard to Hit Northeast
• Massive Storm About to Pound Northeast; New Demand for Prisoner Exchange; Obama Talks Terrorism While in India; Latest Attempt to Raise Fuselage Fails; Pope Francis Tells Catholics Don't be Like Rabbits; President Obama Travels to India; Boehner Invites Netanyahu to Address Congress; Next Generation Photography; Middle East Unrest Good for Iran?


January 24, 2015
• King of Saudi Arabia Has Died; President to Cut Trip to India Short to Visit Saudi Arabia; U.S. Embassy Remains Open in Yemen; ISIS Continues to Hold Two Japanese Prisoners for Ransom; Europe Continues Crackdown on Suspected Terrorists; NFL Investigating Deflated Game Balls in AFC Championship Game; Architect Builds Floating School in Nigeria; Popularity of "American Sniper" Film May Affect Trial of Man Accused of Murdering Chris Kyle
• King of Saudi Arabia Dead At 90 Years Old; U.S. Embassy Remains Open in Yemen; ISIS Claims To Have Executed One of Two Japanese Prisoners; New Technology Features 3D Cameras; Measles Outbreak Linked to Disneyland; Former Chicago Cubs Player Ernie Banks has Died; Murder Trial of Former NFL Player Aaron Hernandez Continues; Film "Black or White" Profiled
• Pats Coach: We Did Nothing Wrong; ISIS Claims One Killed, Demands Prisoner Release; NORAD Scrambles to Escort Two Passenger Jets; A Generation of Kings Growing Older; How Can a Team Cheat with Deflated Balls; The Coach, Quarterback in Deflategate Scandal; Is Deflating Balls as Bad as Steroids; Expert Panel's Verdict on Deflategate
• Obama to Head to Saudi Arabia Tuesday; Video Claims Japanese ISIS Hostage Killed; Spain Arrests Four in Possible Terror Cell; 40 Million in Path of Severe Winter Storm; GOP Presidential Hopefuls Speak In Iowa; Vaccine Debate Rages As Outbreak Spreads; Did Patriots Deliberately Alter Footballs?
• U.S. Back To The Front Lines In Iraq; Obama Heading To Saudi Arabia Tuesday; Chaos Prompts U.S. Embassy Staff Exodus In Yemen; New Film Tackles Race; Prisoner Exchange Demanded; Police Department Seize Assets, Keep The Cash
• Belichick Addressing Deflategate; Two Commercial Planes Escorted by Norad F-16s; Obama Visits Saudi Arabia Next Week
• Pats Coach: We Did Nothing Wrong; Message Appears to Show Dead ISIS Hostage; Terrifying New Violence in Ukraine; Obama Adds Stop in Saudi Arabia; "American Sniper" Questioned; First Republican Gathering in Iowa; Cubs' Ernie Banks Remembered
• ISIS Beheads Japanese Hostage?; New Terror Arrests in Spain; Interview with Joe Wilson; GOP Presidential Hopefuls Gather in Iowa; Did Patriots Deliberately Let the Air Out?; Sundance Film Festival Kicks Off in Utah
• ISIS Unveils Brand-New Demand; Spain Arrests Four in Terror Probe; Patriots Coach Speaking on Deflate-Gate; Two Planes Land Amid Security Threat


January 23, 2015
• New England Patriots Investigation; Drug Drone Crashes; Republicans Talk Tough on President's SOTU Agenda
• Patriots Football Scandal Continues; Sundance Film Festival Kicks Off in Utah; One of Top Prosecutors in Argentina Found Dead
• King Abdullah Dead; Yemen's Government Falls to Houthi Rebels; No Word on Fate of Japanese Held by ISIS; Colorado Teen Who Sought to Join ISIS to be Sentenced Today; TSA Seizes Record Guns in Airports; Yemen in Chaos; What Will the NFL Do About Deflategate?
• Yemen's President Resigns; King of Saudi Arabia Dies; Two Japanese Men Held by ISIS; New Information on Flight 8501; Measles Outbreak Linked to Disneyland
• Yemen's Government Falls to Rebel Group; America's Top Arab Ally Has a New Leader; Measles Cases Linked to Disneyland Spreading; New Details About AirAsia Flight Timeline
• What Will NFL Do about Deflate-gate?; New Information on AirAsia Flight 8501; Romney Top Aides Hold Meeting Following Meeting with Jeb Bus; Rubio Hires Financial Director for Presidential Campaign; Measles Warning to Stay Away from Disneyland
• Hostage's Mother Speaks; U.S. Allies in Flux; Measles in U.S. Sole Survivor Crash
• Judge to Sentence Teen Joining ISIS; More Females Joining Jihad; NFL Confirms Footballs Deflated; Are Chris Kyle's Stories Tall Tales?
• Patriots Cheating Investigation Continues; Paris Terrorist Buried
• Data from Indonesian Ministry of Transportation Shows Steep Climb of AirAsia Flight 8501; More Than 50 Cases of Measles Linked to Disneyland


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January 21, 2015
• Reaction to the President's State of the Union; AirAsia 8501 Climbed Too Fast & Stalled; ESPN: Patriots Deflated Balls in AFC Championship Game
• U.S. and Cuba Begin Historic Talks Today; Analysis of State of the Union Address; Fake Baby Steals Scene in "American Sniper"
• Palestinian Terrorist Attacks Civilians With Knife; Al Qaeda Strengthening in as Yemeni Government Collapses; NFL Determines Patriots Deflated Balls; Boehner Invited Israeli PM to Speak to Congress
• NFL Accuses Patriots of Cheating; Obama on Offense in SOTU; Why Someone Becomes an Islamic Fundamentalist
• Obama Takes Middle Class Pitch on the Road; Rising GOP Star, Combat Vet Rebuts Obama; Tel Aviv Stabbing Spree; Russia Denies Troops Entered Ukraine
• Congress Pushes for Sanctions against Iran; Palestinian Went on Stabbing Spree in Jerusalem; State Coup in Yemen; Former USS Cole Commander on Development of Situation in Yemen; Analysis of Presidential Speech
• Paris Terrorist Attacks; Boehner Invites Netanyahu; Under- Inflated Footballs; Tentative Deal with Rebels
• Tentative Deal with Rebels Reach in Yemen; New Video of Ferguson Store Looting; Parents Try to Prevent "Dark Knight" Trial from Becoming Spectacle; High-Level Delegation Meeting in Cuba; U.S. Audiences Love "American Sniper"
• New England Patriots Caught Cheating?; Terror Hunt
• AirAsia 8501 Allegedly Climbed and Stalled; Rebels In Yemen Withdraw Their Fighters; New Footage Released Of Looting In Ferguson; 36 Measles Cases Linked To Disneyland;


January 20, 2015
• New ISIS Video Shows Two Japanese Hostages; "American Sniper" Controversy; Pope Francis Promotes Responsible Paternity; Jury Selection Begins for Aurora Shooter
• High Poll Numbers for Obama; Sen. Joni Ernst Delivers GOP Response Tonight; Gov. Jindal Stands Firm on No-Go Zones
• ISIS Demands Ransom for Hostages From Japan; Shots Fired at U.S. Embassy Vehicle in Yemen; Yemeni Chaos, No Government Control; Previewing the President's "State of the Union" Address
• French Police Arrest 5 Men for Planning Terrorism; Michael Moore Says Snipers are Cowards; Bobby Jindal's Controversial Muslim Comments; Yemeni Nationals Charged for Conspiring to Kill Americans
• Hunt for Suspected Terrorist Underway in Europe; ISIS Demanding Ransom for Two Japanese Hostages; State Coup Underway in Yemen; Muslim Immigrant who Saved Hostages Granted French Citizenship; Obama Not Getting Credit for Improving Economy
• Shots Fired at U.S. Embassy Vehicle; Poll: Obama Lifted by Economy Ahead of Speech; ISIS Holds Two Japanese Hostage; Belgian Terror Cell Linked to ISIS; Tracking Hayat Boumeddiene
• Belgium Searches for Ringleader; Yemen Government; American Sniper Debate; Mysterious Death of a Prosecutor
• New Video Shows Terror Plot in Progress; Muslim Man Understands Terrorist Lure; New Information on AirAsia 8501; Russian Spy Ship Arrives in Havana
• Terror Web; Paris Suing FOX News?; AirAsia Investigation
• James Holmes Appears in Centennial, Colorado, Courtroom; President Obama to Deliver State of the Union Address Tonight; New Season of "Inside Man" Starts Thursday


January 19, 2015
• Saudi Arabia Builds a Wall To Keep Out Extremists; Muslim "No- Go Zones" Debunked; Shots Near Vice President's Home Americans Buying SUVs as Gas Prices Fall; Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
• 24 Boko Haram Hostages Freed; Obama to Propose Tax Increases on Wealthy; Michael Moore Calls Snipers "Cowards"
• Widening Web of Terror Cells; U.S Closely Watching Violence in Yemen; Five Terror Suspects Arrested in Belgium; DNA Links Two People to Kosher Store Gunman; French Intel Failed on Brothers; European Leaders Meeting in Brussels
• Obama Says U.S. Has Advantage over Islamic Extremism; FAA Investigating 2 Close Calls; Poll: Obama's Job Approval Rating Rises; Poll: 59 Percent Approve of Presidential Run for Mitt Romney
• Investigation into Terror Attacks on "Charlie Hebdo" Reveals Intelligence Failures; Growing Unrest in Yemen; FAA Safety Inspector Arrested for Flying With Gun
• U.S. Closely Watching Violence in Yemen; New French Intel Failed on Brothers; More Terror Arrests; Is Muslim Life Better in U.S. Than Europe?; Assimilation Important in the Fight Against Extremism; New Reports: China Hacked Pentagon for Data on F-35
• Terrorism Manhunt; Shared Intelligence; Yemen Violence; North Korea Hack
• Bobby Jindal's Controversial Comments on Islam; 24 Hostages Freed from Boko Haram in Nigeria; Jihad Jane Became Terrorist for "Love"; Israel, Lebanon Contestants Spar at Pageant
• Crisis in Yemen; Sniper Controversy; Honoring Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
• Peaceful Protests from Broadway Heading Towards Foley Square; Clint Eastwood's Latest Directorial Effort Broke Box Office Records; Report Says New England Patriots Cheated in Yesterday's AFC Championship Game; Former North Korean Prisoner Admits Bending the Truth in His Memoir


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January 17, 2015
• Belgium Uncovers Terrorists Cells; Brussels to Increase Security against Possible Terrorist Threats; Terrorist Havens in Yemen Examined; Yemeni President's Chief of Staff Kidnapped; President and British Prime Minister Speak about Threat of Terrorism; Cover of Latest "Charlie Hebdo" Magazine Causes Riots in Jordan; Youth of Paris Terrorist Examined; Mitt Romney Reportedly Considering 2016 Presidential Run
• Brussels to Increase Security against Possible Terrorist Threats; Yemeni President's Chief of Staff Kidnapped; Cover of Latest "Charlie Hebdo" Magazine Causes Riots in Algiers and Jordan; German Magazine Reprints "Charlie Hebdo" Cover; Operation of Terrorism Sleeper Cells Analyzed; Man Arrested for Terrorist Plot Targeting U.S. Capital Profiled; Mitt Romney Reportedly Considering 2016 Presidential Run
• Terror Crackdown Moves Beyond Europe; "Charlie Hebdo" Magazine Enrages Some; AQAP Claims Responsibility For "Charlie Hebdo" Slaughter
• Greece Investigating Ties to Belgian Terror Plot; Soaring Demand for Charlie Hebdo Magazine; Human Rights in Saudi Arabia; European Counterterror Officials Try to Determine Extent of Sleeper Cell Threat; Is Key to Stopping Terror Plots in Europe to Bring Muslims into Mainstream Society; Duke University Says Threats Forced Reverse on Call to Prayer Decision; Mitt Romney Considers Presidential Run in 2016; Obama's SOTU on Tuesday; Was Movie "Selma" Snubbed?
• Europe Scrambles to Handle Terror Threats; Troops Ramp Up Security in Belgium; Romney Considers Third Run for President; Dead Al Qaeda Cleric Linked To Two Dozen Terror Plots; Storm Forces Early End To Pope's Mass; Boko Haram's Youngest Victims; Israel Faces Possible War Crimes Probe
• Al-Qaeda Gaining Strength in Yemen; Europe On Alert for Terror Attacks; Capitol Bomb Plot Suspect Held Without Bond; Britain, U.S. Team Up to Fight Terror; NASCAR Driver: Ex-Girlfriend is Assassin; American Dollars Could Soon Flow Into Cuba
• Yemeni President's Chief of Staff Kidnapped; U.S. Intelligence Led to Belgian Raid; Belgium on High Security; President Obama's State of the Union Address; Closer Look at Amedy Coulibaly; Recovery of Flight 8501; Cartoonist in Hiding; Romney for President Again?
• Europe on Alert for Terror Attacks; Janitor, Cabbie is Haiti's Miracle Worker
• Terror Threat Remains High in Europe; Expect More Security Measures When You Travel; Senator Mark Kirk on U.S.-Iran Relationships; American Cartoonist in Hiding; Preventing Further Attacks in Europe


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January 10, 2015
• Terrorists Killed in Two French Police Raids; One Remaining Paris Terrorist Suspect Still At Large; Paris Terrorist Suspect Reportedly Former Roommate with Underwear Bomber; Search Continues for Downed AirAsia Plane's Black Box
• Turkey Indicates Wanted Terrorist Suspect Not in France; Interview with Flemming Rose; Growing Role of Women in Islamic Terrorist Activity Examined; General David Petraeus May Face Charges of Providing Classified Documents to Former Mistress
• Terror Sleeper Cells Activated in France; Global Hunt For Dead Terrorist's Girlfriend; World Leaders To Attend Paris Unity Rally; Count Terror Cells Await Activation in U.S.; Grading France Terror Attack Response, Able to Prevent More; Immigrant Lack of Integration Problem in France; AirAsia 8501 Tail Found, Black Boxes Next
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• News Coverage Of Terror Attack Against "Charlie Hedbo"
• Continuing Coverage Of Terror Attacks In France
• Coverage Of French Terror Attacks; Audio from Inside Kosher Market Attack In France; AirAsia Crash Update
• Hunt For Female Suspect In French Terror Attack; Three Terrorists Killed; Massive Unity Rally Planned For Sunday; The Art Of Negotiating With Terrorists
• A Closer Look At The Terror Suspects; Source: Female Terror Suspect Not In France; Airasia Tail Section Brought To Surface
• France Gearing Up for Sunday's Unity March; Tracking Down Female Terror Suspect; Interview with Senator Bob Casey; Massive Unity Rally Planned for Sunday; Freedom of Speech vs. Terrorism
• New Audio from Inside Kosher Market Attack; World Leaders to Join Paris Rally; France on High Alert as Investigations Continue; Rising Female Jihadists; Morton Storm Inside Al Qaeda's Anwar al- Awlaki


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January 04, 2015
• Thousands Attending Funeral for Slain NYPD Officer; ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Died at 49; AirAsia Searchers Find Four More Bodies
• Live Coverage Of Officer Wenjian Liu's Funeral
• New Developments in Saerch for Flight 8501; Officer Wenjian Liu Laid to Rest Today; Thirty-Four Bodies Recovered: Nine Have Been Identified; Seven-Year-Old Survives Kentucky Plane Crash; North Korea Lashes Out Over Sanctions; White House: Obama Seeking GOP Cooperation
• More AirAsia Bodies Found in Java Sea; Remembering NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu; Search for More Wreckage and Victims' Bodies; North Korea Blasts U.S. for Sanctions; Obama Returns from Vacation; Search Crew Finds Planes in Lake Michigan
• Thousands Of Officers Gather in NYC To Pay Respects To Officer Wenjian Liu; Searchers Continue To Find More Wreckage Plus Remains Of Four People From AirAsia Crash; Tornado Warning Issues For Parts Of Eastern Georgia; Seven-Year-Old Girl Sole Survivor Of Friday Night Plane Crash
• Thousands Pay Tribute to Slain NYPD Officer; Bad Weather Plagues AirAsia Recovery Efforts; 7-Year-Old Survives Plane Crash, Walks to Get Help; New York Honors Fallen Police Officer; Tragedy Exposed Division between NYPD and Mayor; Weather Hampers Wreckage Search; Remember the Dead; Roger Ebert's Rocky Road
• Searching For More Debris From AirAsia Flight 8501; Fellow Officers Pay Respects To Wenjian Liu; Seven-Year-Old Sole Survivor From Friday Night Plane Crash; U.S. Embassy In Indonesia Issues Security Alert For Americans In Surabaya
• Thousands Pay Tribute to Slain NYPD Officer; Crash of AirAsia Flight 8501; Seven-Year-Old Survives Crash that Killed Her Family; Anti-Police Environment in the U.S.?; Foundation Pledges to Pay Slain Officer's Mortgage; Roger Ebert's Rocky Road in "Life Itself"


January 03, 2015
• Search Continues for Remains of AirAsia Plane Crash; Funeral to be Held for Slain New York Police Officer; Seven-Year-Old Lone Survivor of Plane Crash; Some Republican House Members Suffering Scandals; White House Implements First Round of Economic Sanctions on North Korea; Flu Reaching Epidemic Levels in U.S.; NFL Playoffs Begin; Street Artist in Portugal Uses Explosives for Murals
• Search Continues for Remains of AirAsia Plane Crash; Funeral to be Held for Slain New York Police Officer; Technology For Monitoring In-Flight Plane Malfunctions Discussed; Some Republican House Members Suffering Scandals; White House Implements First Round of Economic Sanctions on North Korea; Company Offers Screening for Diseases for Prospective Parents
• New Developments In Search For AirAsia Flight 8501; Officers Pay Their Respects To Wenjian Liu; Seven-Year-Old Sole Survivor From Friday Plane Crash; CDC Officially Declares Flu Epidemic; U.S. Embassy In Indonesia Issues Security Alert
• Significant Developments In AirAsia Plane Disaster; Fellow Officers Pay Respects For Fallen Cop President Obama Signs Executive Order On Sanctions Against North Korea; War Against ISIS Takes Its Toll On Iraqi Citizens
• Tornado Reported Near Jackson, Mississippi; Four Large Objects Found in AirAsia Search; Family Dies in Plane Crash, Girl Survives; NYPD Officers Pack Funeral Home for Wake; Sharp Divide Between Mayor, NYPD; What's Ahead for Politics in 2015; Tsarnaev Trial Starts Monday; Andrew Cuomo Speaks Following Father's Death
• Crash of AirAsia Flight 8501; Seven-Year-Old Girl Survives Plane Crash; Fifteen Foot Waves Slow Plane Recovery; Indonesia: Four Large Objects Found In Java Sea; NYPD Commissioner: Show Respect At Funeral; First Storm Of 2015: Hail, Snow And Tornados Possible; United States Slaps New Sanctions On North Korea
• New Search Area Is The Size Of Delaware; How Do Pingers In The "Black Boxes" Work?; Thousands Mourn Slain NYPD Officer; About 23 Days Left On Pinger Batteries; Boston Bombing Trial Starts Monday; United States Sanctions North Korea Over Sony Hack
• Four Large Objects Found in Plane Search; Mourners Arriving for Wake of Officer Liu; 7-year-old Girl Survives Plane Crash; Dangers of Diving in a Crash Zone; CDC Says Flu at Epidemic Levels; Potential Threats to U.S. Interests in Indonesia; Search for Flight 8501; What Caused Flight 8501 Crash


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December 27, 2014
• Funeral Held for Slain New York City Police Officer Rafael Ramos; Vice President Biden Speaks at Officer's Funeral; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Speaks at Officer's Funeral; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Speaks at Officer's Funeral; New York Police Department Commissioner William Bratton Speaks at Officer's Funeral
• Funeral Held for Slain New York City Police Officer; Interview with Congressman Charles Rangel; President's Plan to Close Guantanamo Bay Examined; Company Harnesses Energy from Walking to Power Low Voltage Devices; Video Game Technology for Capturing Human Movement Profiled; Homeless Man's Generosity Caught on Camera; North Korea Personally Insults President Obama Over Release of "The Interview"; Nature of Modern Cyber-Attacks Assessed
• Thousands Honor Slain NYPD Officer; Memorial For Fallen Officers Grows; Remembering Officer Rafael Ramos; Top 10 Media Stories of 2014; North Korea Fumes over "The Interview" Release; Will Obama "Go It Alone" in 2015; New Michigan Law Testing Welfare Recipients for Drugs
• Funeral For Slain New York City Police Officer Today; A Look Back At The Top Media And Sports News In 2014
• Funeral For Slain New York City Cop Today; Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Iggy Azalea, And Katy Perry Top Music Charts In 2014; North Korean Government Furious With President Obama After "The Interview" Is Released; Michael Sam Told Oprah Winfrey Some Gay NFL Players Have Privately Reached Out To Him; A Life Journey Of Don Lemon
• Funeral for Slain NYPD Officer Ramos; Thousands Bid Farewell To Slain Officer
• Funeral For Officer Killed In Ambush; Tracing Sony Hack Forensic Trail
• Funeral Today for Officer Killed in Ambush; Remembering Officer Rafael Ramos; Social Media Tributes to Fallen NYPD Officers; Jordan Warns of Consequences if Pilot Harmed; Doubts on Sony Hack Done by North Korea; Britain Battles Obesity; Top 10 Health Stories of 2014
• Thousands Honor Slain NYPD Officer; North Korea Angry at Obama; Michael Sam's Impact on Pro Sports; Top Tech Picks for 2015


December 26, 2014
• LeBron Returns to Miami; Looking Back on the Year in Politics; How Did Retailers Fare this Holiday Season?
• Sony's "The Interview" Drawing Crowds; Interview with Mayor Theodore Hoskins; Black Teenager Shot by White Cop in Missouri
• Wake to Be Held for NYPD Officer; Seven Arrested for Threats Against NYPD; Jordan Promises Consequences if Pilot Not Returned; Moviegoers Head out to See "The Interview"
• Wake to Be Held for NYPD Officer; Seven Arrested for Threats Against NYPD; Sony's 'The Interview' Drawing Crowds; Jordanian Pilot Being Held by ISIS
• Putin Cancels Holiday Break for Government; Christine Romans' Family Roots
• Audiences Show Up for "The Interview"; A Decade After a Devastating Tsunami; Highlights and Lowlights of 2014 Sports
• Are Americans Really Safer Now?; 2014's Heroes and Villains; 2014 Business Winners and Losers
• Critical Day for Shoppers and Retailers; Hackers Take Down Gaming Networks; Jordan Warns ISIS of Grave Consequences; Legal: Top 10 Stories of the Year
• Police Preparing for Slain Officers Funeral; Taking Precautions to Prevent More Violence; Plunging Oil Prices; Hotel for Hackers in China; Russians See Rising Prices
• NYPD Funerals; NYPD Arrests; Interview Pulled in $1 Million; Obama's Wins and Losses
• Remembering Slain NYPD Officers; Movie Controversy; Tech Hits and Misses
• Jordanian Coalition Pilot Prisoner of ISIS; Top 10 Moments in Entertainment for 2014; Top 10 Trending Hash Tags for 2014
• Top Tech Hits and Misses for 2014; It Has Been Ten Years Since Indian Ocean Tsunami; Dow Continues to Hover Just Above 18,000 ; "The Interview" Finally Released in Theaters and Online
• Repeated Mistakes By CDC Labs; How To Get Out Of Holiday Debt


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December 20, 2014
• Sony Criticized for Pulling Controversial Film in Face of Threats; North Korea Claims It Is Being Falsely Accused by United States for Hacking into Sony Pictures; President Gives Yearend Press Conference; President Announces Normalizing of Diplomatic Relations with Cuba; Chicago Street Artist Profiled
• First Family Starting Vacation in Hawaii; President Gives Yearend Press Conference; North Korea Claims It Is Being Falsely Accused by United States for Hacking into Sony Pictures; Former Hacker Discusses Cyber Attack Attempts on U.S. Government; President Announces Normalizing of Diplomatic Relations with Cuba; Winter Storms Threatening U.S. East and Midwest; Singer with Tourette's Syndrome Uploads Songs to YouTube; Process for Making of Bubble Wrap Examined; Former Killer Whale Catcher Turned Conservationist Discusses Career Change
• FBI Gets Offer To Help Investigate Suspected Cyber Attack From North Korea
• Two NYPD Officers Shot, Killed in Patrol Car; North Korea Blasts U.S. For Tying Hack to Pyongyang; North Korea Warns U.S. of "Serious Consequences"; Sony Responds to Obama's "Sony Made Mistake" Comment; Movie Theaters Refuse "The Interview"; 2 NYPD Officers Shot
• Two NYPD Officers Shot And Killed In Patrol Car; RNC Chairman Addresses Movie Theater Owners; Obama Says Sony Should Have Consulted Him
• Relations with Cuba; North Korea Framed for Sony Hack by US; DA Claims Ferguson Witnesses Lied to Grand Jury; Sony Insists It Didn't Back Down Over Movie; Obama Highlights 2014 Victories; Obama Not Acting Like Lame Duck; Obama Take Final Questions Of 2014; Immigrant Detention Center Is Largest Ever; Face to Face With Misty Copeland
• North Korea: "Framed" For Sony Hack By U.S.; White House Weighs Response To Sony Cyberattack; Raul Castrol Hails Thaw In U.S. Relations; What's Driving The Drop In Oil Prices?; Sony CEO: We Tried To Get The Movie Out; Former Employees Sue Sony
• Guantanamo Facility Still Open; North Korea Blasting U.S. On Hacking Accusation; New Immigration Facility; Misty Copeland At The Met
• Two NYPD Officers Ambushed, Killed in Brooklyn; News Conference On NYPD Police Officer Killings
• Raul Castro Hails Thaw in U.S. Relations; North Korea Denies Being Behind Sony Hack; Will Sony Find Partners to Help Release Movie?; Sony CEO Defends Decision to Pull Out Movie; Fallout from the Sony Hack; Largest Immigrant Detention Center Opens in U.S.; The Science Behind Feeling Young; Interview with Misty Copeland
• Two New York Police Shot and Killed; Press Conference by New York Mayor and Police Commissioner


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December 14, 2014
• Two Inmates Captured, One Still at Large; Ferguson Documents Reveal Some Grand Jury Witnesses Lied; NYPD Protesters Attack Two Officers; California Braces for More Storms; Senate Averts Government Shutdown; Response to Torture Report; Fallout from Sony Hackers; Former Detainee Talks About Torture; Drone Danger A "Serious Concern" For FAA; Children Talk About Race In America
• Drones vs. Interrogations; Possible Hostage Situation in Sydney; Sony Reeling after Epic Computer Hack; NSA Expects "Traumatic" Cyber Attacks; Qatar's Complicated Relations with Terror; Hired Guns; Director's Take on "Dinosaur 13"
• U.S. Marshals Join Manhunt For Escaped Prisoner in Alabama; Dick Cheney Staunchly Defends CIA's Enhanced Interrogation Program; Protesters Call For End To Police Killings; North Carolina Family Says Son Was Lynched; Steenkamp's Mom Discusses Pistorius Verdict
• Senate Passes $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill; Hackers Issue New Threats At Sony Pictures; Manhunt Underway For Accused Murderer In Alabama; Remembering The Sandy Hook Elementary Massacre; Special Investigation Of "Hired Guns"
• CIA's Interrogation Program; More Evidence from the Ferguson, Missouri Grand Jury Released Today; Captain Ron Johnson Featured in Documentary Series; Private Armed Security Guards Lack Training and Oversight
• American Speaks Out from North Korea; 2 NYPD Officers Attacked During Protests; New Ferguson Documents Show Some Witnesses Lied; The Inequality Gap in America; Sony Reeling from Damaging Hack


December 13, 2014
• March in Washington D.C. Against Police Killings Organized; Mothers of Unarmed Black Men Killed by Police Interviewed; Senate Delays Vote on House Government Spending Bill; Street Artist Profiled; Tornado Hits Los Angeles; Federal Investigation Called for in North Carolina Teen's Death as Possible Lynching
• Protests Continue; Senate Debates Trillion-Dollar Spending Bill To Avoid Government Shutdown; FBI Investigates Sony Pictures Hack; Senator Feinstein Says Debate Over Releasing Torture Report Goes On; Angelina Jolie's YouTube Video Goes Viral
• NYC Protesters Demand Nationwide Change; Families Seek Justice For Slain Relatives; Senate Passes Short Term Spending Bill; ISIS Guidebook Claims Sex Slaves, Child Rape Are OK; Disturbing Findings in CIA Torture Report; Hayden Defends Rectal Rehydration; CIA Torture Report Full of Redactions; Defenders of CIA Torture Report Said Intelligence Committee, White House, and Congress Knew
• "Justice for All" March; Homes Buried by Mud and Rock; Senate Spending Showdown; Four Mothers Share Pain of Losing Sons; "Week Of Outrage" Protests Continue Across U.S.; Crude Oil Prices Down 40 percent This Year; Fall Out In the Field From CIA Torture Report; Report: U.S. Prison Camp A Breeding Ground For ISIS
• "Justice For All March" Underway Now In D.C.; Tornado Hits South Los Angeles; FBI Investigating Massive Sony Hack; Search For Survivors Of Indonesia Landslide; Cosby's Accusers Share Their Stories
• Thousands Participate In Protesting Police Brutality and Racial Profiling; Senate Debates Trillion-Dollar Spending Bill; Storms Pummel California; FBI Investigating Sony Pictures Hack
• No Government Shutdown; More Protests in Major Cities; Aaron Hernandez's Legal Team Scored Victories
• Thousands March to U.S. Capitol Building; Protesters Marching to NYPD Headquarters; Senate in Session Over Trillion Dollar Bill; Severe Weather Rips Through California; Key Evidence Thrown Out of Aaron Hernandez Case; U.S. Navy Creates "Silent Nemo"; Justice for All March Under Way in D.C.
• Marchers Across the Nation Demand Change; Senate Passes Short- Term Spending Bill; CIA Paid $80M to 2 Men for Torture Methods; Driver of GM Car Cleared of Felony; The Torture Report's Political Impact; Senate to Vote on Budget Deal


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• American Hostage in Yemen Killed While U.S. Special Forces Attempt Rescue; Rolling Stones Apologizes for Possible Unreliable Source on University of Virginia Sexual Assault Story; Protests Continue over Police Non-Indictment Eric Garner's Death; Some Calling for Body Cameras for Police; New Synthetic Hallucinogenic Drug Hitting Streets of U.S.; CNN to Hold Annual CNN Heroes Tribute
• American Hostage in Yemen Killed While U.S. Special Forces Attempt Rescue; "Rolling Stone" Apologizes for Possible Unreliable Source on University of Virginia Sexual Assault Story; Protests Continue over Police Non-Indictment Eric Garner's Death; Woman in United Arab Emirates Arrested for Murder of School Teacher; New Research Links Sleep Deprivation to Diseases Including Cancer; Janice Dickinson's Ghostwriter Confirms She Wanted to Include Sexual Assault Story Involving Bill Cosby in Memoirs; San Quentin Prisoners Learn Computer Coding
• Cops Versus Citizens: Who Decides What's Fair? Chokehold Video Versus NYPD Officer's Testimony; Video Shows Garner Sprawled on Ground; No CPR Treatment in Chokehold Death; Mistrust Growing Between Americans, Police; Obama Taken to Walter Reed Medical Center
• Luke Somers and South African Hostage Killed by AQAP; Chokehold Protesters Pour into U.S. Streets; Typhoon Makes Landfall in the Philippines; "Rolling Stone" Apologizes For UVA Rape Story; Winston Denies Sexual Assault Claim
• Al Qaeda Kills U.S. Hostage During Yemen Raid; New York Mayor Orders Police Retraining; Synthetic Drugs Are Killing Kids; Calls For Feds To Probe Garner Case; Life In the Rubble Of Kobani, Syria
• Pentagon Plans To Leave Extra 1,000 Troops in Afghanistan; "Rolling Stone" Retracts UVA Rape Allegation Story; Protests In New York Continues
• Obama's Quick Hospital Trip; American Photojournalist Killed in Yemen; Garner Protests Continues
• Al Qaeda Kills Hostages during Yemen Raid; Obama Condemns Hostages' Barbaric Murder; Chokehold Protests Erupt Across U.S.; NYPD Launches Pilot Body Camera Program; Rolling Stone Apologizes for UVA Rape Story; FSU's Jameis Winston Plays After Conduct Hearing; Janice Dickinson Talks About Cosby's Co-Stars; Best Year for Jobs Since 1999; Holiday Shopping Transformed; Starbucks' Coffee Factory


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• Ray Rice's NFL Suspension Overruled by Judge; March to Governor's Mansion Planned in Ferguson, Missouri; Cleveland Police Shoot an Unarmed 12-Year-Old Boy; No Forthcoming Nominee to Replace Chuck Hagel as Defense Secretary; Drones Possibly Interfering with Commercial Flight Paths; CNN to Select Hero of the Year
• Ray Rice's NFL Suspension Overruled by Judge; March to Governor's Mansion Planned in Ferguson, Missouri; Cleveland Police Shoot an Unarmed 12-Year-Old Boy; Expert Gives Travel Tips for Thanksgiving Holiday; University of Virginia's Record on Sexual Assault Criticized; New York City Macy's Christmas Window Display Profiled; Homeless Man Eats Thanksgiving Dinner with Family
• Ray Rice's Suspension Lifted; Pope Francis Has Three-Day Trip To Turkey Planned; Missouri's Lieutenant Governor Calls For Brown's Stepfather To Be Arrested And Charged With Inciting A Riot
• Police Search for Motive in Austin Rampage; Poll: Most Americans Say Things Are Going Well; Intra-Party Feud Developing for Democrats?; Potential Candidates Lining Up for 2016; Ray Rice Cleared to Play in the NFL; Protest March for Michael Brown Set to Begin; White House Rushing to Find New Defense Chief
• Following the Trail of Evidence; Conflicting Accounts Given to Grand Jury; Ferguson Crime Scene Protocol Questioned; Ferguson Crime Scene Protocol Questioned; Questions Arise on Brown Autopsy Assistant; Child Predators Don't Have to Be Strangers
• Ray Rice Can Play In NFL Again; A Judge Drops Charges Against Egypt's Former Leader, Hosni Mubarak; 13-Year-Old Boy Found Alive In Georgia After Being Missing For Four Years; Ferguson Incident Affects America's Image Around The World; Populism, Elitism and Backstage Demands; New Job Posting: Defense Secretary; Will Any NFL Team Sign Ray Rice?; St. Louis Paper: Officer Wilson Resigns
• Ray Rice Wins NFL Appeal, Can Pay Again; 16 Arrested Overnight in Ferguson; Community Meets on Gun Violence After Boy's Death; Pope Francis on 3-Day Visit to Turkey; Growing Concerns Over Rapes Reported at UVA; Conflicted Emotions Over Ferguson; Ray Rice Wins Appeal Can Return To The NFL; Top Movies This Holiday Season; Soaring Plane Ticket Prices; NFL Team Donates Money, Time To Charities
• Protest March Planned For Ferguson Today; Ray Rice Wins Appeal Can Make NFL Return; Rescued Boys: "We Thought We Would Die"; Ferguson Federal Case Still Open; Questions About Brown Autopsy Assistant; Growing Concerns Over Rapes Reported At UVA
• Weeklong March Underway in Ferguson; Netanyahu's Nationality Bill; 12-Year-Old Gunned Down in Cleveland; UAV Accidents on the Rise
• Ray Rice Wins NFL Suspension Appeal; Protest March Planned for Ferguson; Community Meets on Gun Violence After Boy's Death; Pope Francis in Turkey; Austin Police Department Shooting; Interview with Yamma Brown; Who Will Replace Chuck Hagel?; Black Friday Sales Extended; Darren Wilson in Hiding over Shooting; Confiscated Criminal Goods Auctioned Online
• Ray Rice's NFL Suspension Overruled by Judge; March to Governor's Mansion Planned in Ferguson, Missouri; Cleveland Police Shoot an Unarmed 12-Year-Old Boy; Expert Gives Travel Tips for Thanksgiving Holiday; University of Virginia's Record on Sexual Assault Criticized; New York City Macy's Christmas Window Display Profiled; Homeless Man Eats Thanksgiving Dinner with Family
• Ray Rice Wins NFL Suspension Appeal; Protest March Planned for Ferguson; Community Meets on Gun Violence After Boy's Death; Pope Francis in Turkey; Austin Police Department Shooting; Interview with Yamma Brown; Who Will Replace Chuck Hagel?; Black Friday Sales Extended; Darren Wilson in Hiding over Shooting; Confiscated Criminal Goods Auctioned Online


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• U.S. and Iran Approaching Deal on Iranian Nuclear Program; Historic Buffalo Snow Storm Lightens; Ferguson, Missouri, Awaits Grand Jury Decision on Police Shooting Case; Baby Born in Middle of Buffalo Snowstorm; New Report Released Profiling Sandy Hook Elementary Shooter; Republicans React Against President's Executive Action on Immigration; Interview with Senator David Vitter; CNN Preparing Annual CNN Heroes Event
• Ferguson Awaits Grand Jury Decision on Police Shooting Case; Buffalo Threatened with Possible Floods after Historic Snowstorm; Some American Military Personnel to Remain in Afghanistan; New Report Released Profiling Sandy Hook Elementary Shooter; Congress Holds Hearings on Company Making Faulty Airbags; Paralyzed American Soldier Stands with Help of Robotic Exoskeleton; Investment Via Peer-to-Peer Lending Examined
• Grand Jury In Ferguson Will Not Reconvene Until Monday; Legal Talk
• No Grand Jury Decision on Ferguson Case; Unprecedented Snow in New York; Webcams Can Be Easily Accessed
• Grand Jury to Reconvene Monday at Earliest; Grand Jury Considering Four Possible Crimes; UVA President Suspends All Fraternities; Obama Says Immigration Plan is "Middle Ground"; Is Obama's Immigration Plan Amnesty or Not; Should Obama Say More About Ferguson?
• Ferguson Bracing for Grand Jury Decision; Flooding Fears in Buffalo; Anger in Ferguson over State of Emergency; Anger In Ferguson Over State Of Emergency; "The New York Times": Obama Extends Afghanistan Military Role; Three Protesters In Ferguson Arrested
• Sources: No Grand Jury Decision Reached On Friday; Melting Snow Could Create Major Flooding; GOP-Led Report No Wrongdoing In Benghazi; America The Target Of A Cyber Attack?
• No Grand Jury Decision Yet; U.S. Military Role Extended in Afghanistan; GOP-Led Report on Benghazi Released; Bill Cosby Rape Allegations; Melting Snow Could Create Major Flooding; Executive Grilled Over Airbag Incidents; Obama Tackles Immigration Head On; Mother Rescues Daughter from ISIS


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• Joint Chiefs Chairman Visits Iraq; President Visits Australia for G-20; New Police Dispatch Audio Concerning Shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, Released; Rape Allegations against Comedian Bill Cosby Surface; President Plans to Issue Executive Order Reforming Immigration System; CNN Hero Helps Children Grieve for Dead Loved Ones; with Navy SEAL Publicly Claims to have Killed Usama bin Laden; Popular Dutch DJ Profiled
• New Police Dispatch Audio Concerning Shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, Released; Rape Allegations against Comedian Bill Cosby Surface; Joint Chiefs Chairman Visits Iraq; Shortcomings at U.S. Facilities with Nuclear Bombs Unearthed; President Visits Australia for G-20; President Plans to Issue Executive Order Reforming Immigration System; Senator Rob Portman May Run for President in 2016; Documentary Examines Rising College Tuition Rates; New Product Dries out Cellphones Submerged in Water
• New Ebola Patient Arrives in the U.S.; Bill Cosby's Rape Allegations; More Troops in Iraq?; Mexican Mayor in Trouble for Missing 43 Students
• Ebola Patient Arrives in Nebraska; Tape Sheds Light on Ferguson Shooting Scene; Rape Allegations Won't Go Away For Bill Cosby; Will The Immigration Waiting Game End Soon? Suspected Cop Killer Charged with Terrorism; Why Teenager Fights for ISIS; How ISIS Successfully Recruits, Grows Its Ranks; Ferguson Fears Riot Following Grand Jury Results; Serious Allegations Against Bill Cosby
• Dispatcher: "Black Male in a White T-Shirt"; Ebola Patient Arrives in Nebraska; On NPR, Cosby Silent on Rape Allegations
• New Video of Ferguson Officer after Shooting; Top General Mikes Surprise Trip to Iraq; Bill Cosby Refuses Comment on Rape Allegations; GOP Promises to Fight President's Immigration Reform; Interview with Rep. Henry Cuellar; Dispatch Audio Released In Ferguson Shooting; Fears And Tension In Ferguson; Boston Bombing Survivor's Amazing Strength; Winter-Like Weather Hits U.S.
• Sexual Assault Allegations Follow Bill Cosby; Dispatch Audio Released In Ferguson Shooting; General Dempsey In Baghdad To Assess War On ISIS; Obama Blasts Putin At G20 Summit; Putin Brings Warship To G20 Summit; Ex-Navy SEAL Recounts Facing Off With Bin Laden; Hagel: U.S. Nuclear Program Needs Overhaul
• Bill Cosby Faces Sexual Assault Allegations; Conversation Between Police And Dispatch In Michael Brown Shooting Surfaces; Ebola Patient To Land In Nebraska Shortly; New Video Appears To Show Russian Tanks, Artillery, Air Defense Systems and Troops Moving Across Ukrainian Border; Michael Bloomberg's Comments On College Attendees; Kim Kardashian Shows Her Rear End
• New Video of Ferguson Officer After Shooting; Top General Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq; Following the ISIS Funding; Bill Cosby Rape Allegations; Obama Blasts Putin at G-20 Summit; Planes Tracking Cell Phone Calls?; NBA Commissioner Pushes Sports Betting; New Momentum in Ebola Research; Black Friday No Longer Just One Day


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• Two Americans Released from North Korea; Millennials Have High Debt, Low Savings; When Did GM Top Execs Know of Ignition Problem?; Record Number of Haitian, Cuban Migrants Attempt to Reach U.S.
• A New Phase in War on ISIS; Iran's Supreme Leader Tweets Plan to Wipe Out Israel; No Arrests for Low-Level Pot Users in NYC; Fort Hood Shooting Hero Tells His Story
• 200 Million in Path of Polar Plunge; Obama Pivots to Foreign Policy in Asia; Protests Intensifying over 43 Missing Students; GPS Tracker May Lead to Other Kidnap Cases; ISIS Leader's Fate Unclear After Airstrikes; Prominent Pastor, Wife Killed in Jet Crash
• New VA Secretary Says He's Hamstrung by Federal Government; Ferguson Preparing for Decision From Grand Jury; Kenneth Bae Thanks Those Who Fought for His Release; U.S.- China Relationships Most Consequential in the World; President Obama Touting his Support for Free Internet; Virgin Galatics Continuing its Creation of Space Tourism
• Hillary Vs. Jeb?; ISIS Leader Killed?; Ferguson Protests
• U.S. Troops in Anbar; Head Of ISIS Wounded; Riots over Missing Students; Utah Abduction Stopped; Yarnell Fire Video; NYC Pot Arrest Changes
• New Rule for Weed in New York City; Money Making in States That Legalize Marijuana; Reagan Secret Recordings Released; Man Using 401K to Buy Ticket to Space
• NYC Announces New Pot Policy; Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush Have Similar Problems; Secret Tapings of Ronald Reagan Released; Behind the Secret Mission to North Korea; VA Secretary Robert McDonald on VA Overhaul


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• U.S. to Send More Military Advisers to Iraq; President Nominates New Attorney General; Two Americans Held Captive in North Korea Released by Pyongyang; Interview With Sen. Patty Murray of Washington State; Drones Increasingly Used for Civilian Purposes; Robot Exoskeleton Used in Manufacturing Examined; Falling of Berlin Wall Remembered
• Two Americans Freed From North Korea; Airstrikes Target ISIS Leaders; Obama to Send 1,500 More U.S. Troops to Fight ISIS; Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill Says He Killed Osama Bin Laden; North Korea Releases 2 American Captives; Midterm Elections Bad for Obama; Did Voters Repudiate Obama's Agenda in Election?; Interviews With Rep. Adam Schiff of California
• U.S. to Send More Military Advisers to Iraq; Two Americans Held Captive in North Korea Released by Pyongyang; North Korean Motives for American Hostage Release Analyzed
• Two U.S. Citizens Released from North Korea; President Obama Nominates Loretta Lynch for Attorney General
• North Korea Releases Two American Detainees; Jeffrey Fowle Talks About Being Released From North Korea; Loretta Lynch Nominated As Attorney General
• Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller Released From North Korean Prison; Loretta Lynch Nominated To Be Next U.S. Attorney General
• Two Americans Freed From North Korea; Loretta Lynch for U.S. Attorney General
• Kenneth Bae And Matthew Todd Miller Released From North Korean Prison; Coalition Air Strikes Target Suspected Group Of ISIS Leaders Inside IraqTwo American Detainees Released from North Korea; Nominee Loretta Lynch Would Make History as Attorney General
• Two American Detainees Released from North Korea; Air strikes Target ISIS Leaders
• North Korea Releases Two American Detainees; Obama Orders Up to 1500 Troops to Iraq; SEAL Under Fire for Going Public


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• U.S. Marine Released from Mexican Prison; Interview with Bill Richardson; Virgin Atlantic Spaceship Crashes in Mojave Desert; Republican Chances of Taking U.S. Senate in Midterm Elections Assessed; Interview with Newt Gingrich; CNN Hero Helps Sick Children Learn Martial Arts
• U.S. Marine Released from Mexican Prison; Virgin Atlantic Spaceship Crashes in Mojave Desert; Interview With Rep. Ed Royce Of California; Republican Chances of Taking U.S. Senate in Midterm Elections Assessed; Volcanic Lava Threatens Homes in Hawaii; Nurse in Maine Released from Ebola Quarantine
• Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo Crashes In California's Mojave Desert; Nurse Kaci Hickox Freed From Quarantine; Marine Andrew Tahmooressi, Is Freed From Mexican Prison
• Branson Vows to Solve SpaceShipTwo Failure; Senate Control at Stake Tuesday; Hagel's Criticism of Syria Policy; U.S., Israeli Relations Get Ugly; Israeli Defense Minister Denied Meetings in Washington; Will Assassinating ISIS Leader End Terror Group; More Information on Test Pilot Killed in Crash; Lava Flow Moves Closer to Hawaiian Homes
• Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi Freed from Mexican Jail; NTSB Investigating Space Plane Accident; GOP Takes Aim at Obama as Election Nears; Lava Flow Threatens Hawaiian Town; Marine Reservist Freed By Mexico Is Back Home; Maine Nurse Freed From Quarantine; Cops On Alert For Potential Ax Attacks
• NTSB Investigating Space Plane Accident; U.S. Marine Reservist Released By Mexico; Chilly Halloween For Many Trick-Or-Treaters; Candidates Make Final Weekend Push; Senator Paul Blasts GOP "Brand"; Future Of Space Exploration After Mishap; Balance Of Power At Stake In Elections; Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashes During Test Flight; Picking The Pain And Fear Out Of Cancer; A Lot At Stake In Upcoming Midterm Elections; Richard Branson Holds Live Press Conference On Crash
• Mexico Frees U.S. Marine Reservist; Branson Vows to Solve SpaceShipTwo Failure; Reality of ISIS; Lava Flow Slowed But Still a Threat
• Virgin CEO Promises Full Investigation on Spaceship Crash; Marine Freed from Mexican Jail; Midterm Elections Days Away; Law Flow Threatening Hawaii Homes; Catcall Video Sparks Controversy
• Pilots Identified in Virgin Spaceflight Accident; Races to Watch on Tuesday; U.S. Marine Reservist Freed from Mexican Prison; Early Voting Flexing Midterm Election; Deadline for Iran Nuclear This Month; Three Americans Found Dead in Mexico


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• Nurse From West Africa Forced to Quarantine in New Jersey; Illinois To Implement Mandatory 21-Day Quarantine For Those Returning From Ebola-Affected Countries; Teacher Confronted School Shooter; Shooter Posted Threatening Messages; Three States Impose Ebola Quarantines
• Nurse Returned from West Africa Forced to Quarantine in New Jersey; Illinois to Also Implement Mandatory 21-day Ebola Quarantine; U.S. Ambassador to United Nations Samantha Power has Visited West Africa; Nearly Eight Million Vehicles are Affected by Defective Takata Airbags
• More States Start to Quarantine; Obama Pushes Back on Quarantines; School Shooter Hinted At Violence; Quarantined Nurse To Meet With Attorney; Marysville Rocked With Grief By Shooting
• Quarantined Nurse Complains about Treatment; Murphy: Quarantine Only Way to Break Chain of Ebola; Legion of Female Fighters Become U.S. Allies; Sacrificing Syria to Win Kobani; Seattle Shooting Grips Community; Renee Zellweger's Face
• Obama Pushes New York, New Jersey to Reverse Quarantine Policies; NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Updates on Ebola Status; Nurse Back from West Africa in Forced Quarantine; UK Troops Ended Combat Operations in Afghanistan; Nightmare in Seattle School
• Will Quarantines Keep Doctors from West Africa?; Interview with U.S. Congressman Adam Schiff of California; Lone Wolf Attacks the Future of Terrorism?; Will ISIS New Recruiting Work in America; Where is the Ebola Czar?; Images from Ferguson Evoke Civil Rights Era


October 25, 2014
• Previously Infected Nurse Declared Ebola Free; Possible U.S. Travel Ban on Countries Suffering from Ebola Outbreak Discussed; Interview With Congressman Diana DeGette; Teen Gunman Opens Fire In High School Cafeteria in Washington State; Three Teenage Girls From Denver Stopped From Joining ISIS; ISIS Social Media Recruiting Techniques Examined; CNN Hero Helps Autistic Children Attend Sporting Events
• N.J., New York Impose Ebola Quarantines; Two 14-Year-Old Girls in Critical Condition with Head Injuries; ISIS Loses Ground in Both Iraq and Syria; SWAT Exercises Prior to Marysville Shooting; Debate Over Containing Ebola Polarizing U.S.; Did U.S. Government Drop Ball on Ebola; Are School Shootings the New Normal?
• Freshman Jaylen Fryberg Opens Fire in Marysville High School Cafeteria; Dr. Craig Spencer Being Treated for Ebola in New York; So- Called Lone Wolf Terrorists Biggest Threat to Homeland Security; Virginia Authorities Confirmed Human Remains Found Last Weekend Were Those of Missing University of Virginia Student Hannah Graham
• Tragedy Strikes Washington School; Ebola-Infected Doctor at NYC Hospital; New York City Hatchet Attack an Act of Terror; New Jersey Health Worker Tests Negative For Ebola; Remains Of Missing UVA Student Identified; Report Claims UNC Student Athletes Took Fake Classes
• Hospital Gives Update ON Shooting Victims; Doctor With Ebola Isolated At NYC Hospital; The Race To Find An Ebola Vaccine; Brown Autopsy Leaked To The Press; Investigation: UNC "Paper Classes" Never Met
• Mandatory Quarantine in NY and NJ; Washington Shooting; Attacks Spark Fears Over ISIS' Influence; New Attacks Raise Fears of Lone Wolf Extremists; Report: UNC Athletes Took Fake Classes; Health Officials Track Doctor's Steps
• Tragedy in Marysville; Ebola Detectives at Work; Is ISIS Triggering Lone Wolf Attacks?; School Shooter Kills a Student and Himself; Doctor with Virus in NYC Hospital; Ebola Cases and Death Rate Up; Girls Lured by ISIS; Goodell to Testify at Rice Appeal
• Tragedy in Marysville; New Jersey and New York Orders Mandatory Quarantines; ISIS Accused of Launching Chlorine Attack; The Future of Digital Music; Airbag Recall Affects Nearly Eight Million Cars; Architect Overcomes Loss of Vision


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• President Appoint Ebola Czar; American Doctors Being Trained to Treat Ebola in African Nations; Nurse in U.S. Diagnosed with Ebola Currently in Stable Condition; New Evidence Emerges in Case of Police Shooting of Teenager in Ferguson, Missouri; Possible Political Implications of Ebola Cases in U.S. Examined; Hurricanes Threaten Bermuda and Hawaii; CNN Hero Uses Horse Riding to Reach Out to Troubled Children
• No Reported Cases of Ebola in Ohio Despite Possible Exposures; Survivalist Wanted for Killing a Police Officer Possibly Sighted; Hurricanes Threaten Bermuda and Hawaii; South Dakota Senate Race Surprisingly Close
• Cruise Ship Returning to Texas Over Ebola Fears; Dallas Doctor Who Treated Ebola Patient Speaks Out; Frontier Airlines Contacting 800 Passengers; Why Is Ebola Czar Not A Doctor; Michael Brown's Blood Found in Wilson Patrol Car; News Conference on Missing UVA Student, Hannah Graham
• Cruise Ship Heads to Texas over Ebola Fears; Are U.S. Hospitals Prepared for Ebola?; Powerful Hurricanes Pose Threat; GOP Criticizes Choice for Ebola Czar; NYT: Wilson's Version Of Shooting; CENTCOM: Not Aware Of ISIS Training On Warplanes; Ebola Survivor Tells Story; Race Is On To Find Ebola Vaccine
• First Ebola Nurse Said To Be Doing Well, Eating; Cruise Ship Heads To Texas Over Ebola Fears; Big November Election Issue: Ebola; Obama Appoints Ebola Czar; Politics Of Ebola: Will "Czar" Fix Problem?; "Doctors Without Borders" Battles Ebola; Training U.S. Health Workers For Ebola
• Forensic Tests Show Michael Brown's Blood Inside Ferguson Officer's Patrol Car; Ebola Fears Are Far-Reaching; Violence Continues Between ISIS Militants And Kurdish Fighters In Syria; Ebola Concerns Over Contact Between Animals And Humans May Be Justified
• Lab Worker in Cruise Ship; Controlling Ebola
• Human Remains Found in Search for UVA Student; Monitoring Period Almost Over for 48 People in Dallas; TSA Officer Self- Monitoring for Ebola; Ferguson Shooting Update; Human Remains Found in UVA Student Case; Cleaning Crew for Ebola Patient's Apartment
• New Development: Human Remains Found in Search for UVA Student
• Possible Sighting of Suspected Cop Killer; Obama Angry at Ebola Response; Dallas Ebola-Treating Doctor Speaks Out; Hurricane Ana to Narrowly Miss Hawaii; Are U.S. Hospitals Prepared for Ebola?; Airstrikes Help Push ISIS Fighters Back; New Evidence Inside Ferguson Police Car; Finding Space for Ebola Patients


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• ISIS Continues Advance into Iraq; JFK Airport Begins Enhanced Screening for Passengers Possibly Infected with Ebola; North Korea's Leader Kim Jong-un Remains Removed from Public; Protests against Police Violence Continue in St. Louis; Nevada Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage; CNN Hero Helps Disabled with Physical Fitness
• ISIS Continues Advance into Iraq; JFK Airport Begins Enhanced Screening for Passengers Possibly Infected with Ebola; Protests against Police Violence Continue in St. Louis
• Iraqis Send U.S. Troops to Anbar; Ebola Patient Being Treated in Spain; U.S. Airports To Screen For Ebola; U.S. Airports Start Ebola Screenings; Ferguson and the Civil Rights Movement; Obama Presidency: Success or Failure?
• ISIS Fighters Advancing On Two Fronts; Ebola Airport Screenings Begin At JFK; Up To 10,000 ISIS Fighters Headed To Baghdad Area; "Weekend Of Resistance" In St. Louis; Kim Jong Un's Absence Fuels Speculation
• Anbar Requests U.S. Ground Troops; Ebola Airport Screenings Begin Today At JFK; "Weekend Of Resistance" In St. Louis; Hagan Strikes Back Over Briefing Criticism; Turkey Not Sending Troops To Fight ISIS; Traffic Stop Outrage: Officer Sued Before; Hacked Snapchat Images Could Be Child Porn
• ISIS Fighters Step Up Their Assaults On Kobani; New Health Screening Protocols Underway At Five U.S. Airports; Supply Of ZMapp Has Run Out; U.S. Ambassador To Iraq Gets Urgent Request From Officials In Anbar Province For Immediate Intervention; Alleged al- Qaeda Member Complains About Treatment At Hands Of Delta Force
• Iraqis: Send U.S. Troops to Anbar; New York Hospital Prepping for Ebola
• Police and America: Mending the Relationship
• ISIS Forces Advancing on Two Fronts; Ebola Airport Screenings Begin at JFK; Thousands Expected in Weekend of Resistance; Protesters Fill Streets in St. Louis; Fighting the Ebola Epidemic; Candidate Faces Sexual Harassment Claims


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October 04, 2014
• ISIS Executes British Hostage; America Held Hostage by ISIS; Ebola Case in U.S. Examined; Harvard Students Emailed Death Threat; Interview with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protests Continue; Documentary Examines Anti-Gay Violence in Russia
• ISIS Executes British Hostage; America Held Hostage by ISIS; Ebola Case in U.S. Examined; Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protests Continue; Search for Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Continues
• U.S. Ebola Patient's Condition Worsens; Newark Flight Quarantined Lifted; Protecting U.S. Troops From Ebola; Answering Ebola Questions; Parents Send Message to ISIS, Don't Kill Son; Interview with Passenger on Plane with Sick Man
• Possible Ebola Case in Newark Airport; Lone American in Syria Fighting ISIS; North Koreans in Seoul
• Ebola Patient's Condition Worsens; Burchett: Sick Passenger Said He Was From Liberia; Ebola: How to Stop Lethal Virus
• ISIS Threatens American Medic; Ten People At "Higher Risk" For Ebola; CDC Briefing On U.S. Ebola Patient; U.S. Troops Heading To Center Of Ebola Outbreak; ISIS Beheads British Aid Worker Alan Henning; Unemployment Rate Falls To 5.9 Percent
• Ebola Crisis Response; ISIS Threatens American Aid Worker; North Korean Leaders Visit South Korea; ISIS Targets Key Border Town; People Arrest More Hong Kong Protesters; White House Reacts To Ebola Crisis; Manziel Wants To Help Winston; New Search For Malaysia Flight 370
• United Airlines Passengers In New Jersey Quarantined At Gate; CDC Responding To Vomiting Male On United Air Flight; Thomas Duncan's Condition Worsens; Peter Kassig Appears In ISIS Video; Fighting Ebola Becoming National Security Priority; Unemployment At 5.9 Percent For September
• White House Reacts to Latest Beheading; North Korean Leaders Visit South Korea; New Ultimatum for Protesters in Hong Kong; Answering Ebola Questions; What is Enterovirus D-68?


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• Kurds Battle ISIS near Syrian-Turkish Border; British Parliament Authorizes Air Strikes in Iraq against ISIS; University of Virginia Student Still Missing; Pennsylvania Police Continue Search for Alleged Cop Killer; Congressional Responsibility for Authorizing Military Action in Iraq and Syria Debated; CNN Hero Helps Poor Moms With Everyday Necessities for Their Children
• British Parliament Authorizes Air Strikes in Iraq against ISIS; University of Virginia Student Still Missing; Pennsylvania Police Continue Search for Alleged Cop Killer; Website Dating Trend Matches Older Wealthy Men with Younger Women
• FBI Investigating Oklahoma Beheading; Suspect Jailed in Graham Disappearance; Alleged Cop Killer Eludes Police; U.S. Doing Bashar a Favor in Hitting ISIS; 800 Flights Cancelled in Chicago after Bizarre Event; Officer Wishes She Had Killed Alton Nolan; George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin Marry in Venice
• More Airstrikes and More Nations against ISIS; FBI Investigating Oklahoma Beheading; Survivalist Evades Manhunt; No Sign of Missing University of Virginia Student; Finding Holder's Replacement; Dating Site To Find A Rich Partner; Paralyzed Man Lives Life To The Fullest
• Airstrikes Enough To Destroy ISIS?; Fighting ISIS: After The Airstrikes; Impact Of ISIS On U.S. Midterm Elections; Thousands Of Tips, But No Sign Of Missing Student; Reporter: UVA Suspect Called A "Prowler"; Dunn Murder Retrial Under Way
• New U.S. Airstrikes Against ISIS Underway; FBI Investigates Beheading Suspect; Police Continue To Search For Missing UVA Student Hannah Graham; President Obama Urges Rapid Global Response To Ebola Outbreak In West Africa; George Clooney Ties The Knot
• George Clooney Weds; Fight Against ISIS Stronger; Chelsea Clinton Delivers A Baby Girl Named Charlotte
• FBI Gets Involved in Beheading Case; Suspect Jailed in Graham Disappearance; Alleged Cop Killer Eludes Police
• FBI Investigates Beheading in Oklahoma; Police Trace Suspected Cop-Killer Thru Phone Call; U.K. Started Offensive against ISIS in Iraq; Coalition Targets ISIS Oil Fields; Aboard USS George H.W. Bush; How Safe are Vital FAA Facilities?; Ebola Poses Global Security Issue; Anti-ISIS Coalition Expanding; Live Under ISIS in Syria; George Clooney to Marry in Italy


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September 20, 2014
• Man Arrested After Jumping Fence at White House; Manhunt Underway for Alleged Cop Killer in Pennsylvania; White House Strategy to Combat ISIS Debated; Search Continues for Missing University of Virginia Student; NFL Domestic Abuse Scandal Continues; NFL Donates To National Domestic Abuse Hotline; CNN Hero Teaches Martial Arts to Children with Cancer
• Man Arrested After Jumping Fence at White House; Manhunt Underway for Alleged Cop Killer in Pennsylvania; Search Continues for Missing University of Virginia Student; Former Governor Convicted for Corruption Running for Congress; NFL Domestic Abuse Scandal Continues
• Search For Pennsylvania's Suspected Cop Killer Expands; Second White House Breach In As Many Days; Battle Against ISIS Near Turkey- Syria Rages On; Man Kidnapped With Sotloff Says He Was Never Questioned By U.S. Officials; Goodell Press Conference Analyzed; New ISIS Video Released
• Suspected Cop Killer Hunt in the Poconos; Goodell's Presser; Lockdown in Sierra Leone due to Ebola; White House Security Breach, Two in a Row; Questions on Joan Rivers' Death
• Two White House Security Incidents; U.S. Investigating ISIS Militant in Video; Hunt For Suspected Cop Killer Intensifies; Handling NFL Domestic Violence Cases; 90 Percent of Fans Still Watch NFL; Film Tonight On Whitey Bulger
• Statement from Family of Alan Henning; U.S. Investigating ISIS Militant in Video; 2 White House Security Incidents; Hunt for Alleged Cop Killer Intensifies; ISIS At The Forefront; Alan Henning's Family Pleads for His Life; POI Identified in College Girl's Disappearance
• Manhunt Continues For Accused Cop Killer In Pennsylvania; Search Continues For Missing UVA Student, White House Brached Twice In One Week; Police May Not Appreciate Apple's New Operating System; Congress Retires For The Month Of October
• New Clues in Missing UVA Student Vase; Allege Cop Killer Eludes Police; U.S. Marine Held in Mexico Highly Despondent; The Biggest IPO Ever on Wall Street; What It Takes to Defeat ISIS; Spanking in the South; California Fire Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
• Manhunt for Suspected Cop Killer; Man Jumps Fence, Enters White House; Roger Goodell Speaks Out; Growing Concerns about Al Qaeda Affiliate; New Clues in Missing UVA Student Case; U.S. Readies Help for Syrian Rebels; Cabin Smoke Forces Emergency Landing; NFL Sponsors Pressure Goodell; New Hope for U.S. Space Travel


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• Gunman or Gunmen at Large in Pennsylvania; Vikings Player Adrian Petersons Charged with Child Abuse; George Zimmerman Accused of Threatening Someone; Ray Rice Attends His High School's Football Game
• Kerry Wins Arab Support for ISIS Fight; U.S. Struggles to Build Anti-ISIS Coalition; The Anti-War President's War Speech; Goodell Takes Heat for Rice Video; Vikings Adrian Peterson Indicted; New Witnesses in Michael Brown Case; Zimmerman Accused of Death Threat; Hillary Clinton in Iowa; Obama Turned Away from Prestigious Golf Courses
• Secretary of State Kerry in Middle East to Build Coalition against ISIS; U.S. Strategy against ISIS Debated; Gunman or Gunmen at Large in Pennsylvania; Fight Breaks Out During Party Attended by Members of Palin Family; Vikings Player Adrian Petersons Charged with Child Abuse; Levels of Domestic Violence in U.S. Discussed
• President Obama Claims United States Will Degrade And Destroy ISIL; NFL Takes Huge PR Hit Amidst Multiple Scandals
• Kurds Look Forward for U.S. Military Help Fighting ISIS; Vikings' Adrian Peterson Deactivated from Team; Pope Francis Warns of Perils of War; ISIS Recruiting Westerners; Is ISIS Dangerous for United States? Solar Storm May Disable Infrastructure on Earth
• ISIS Beheads British Aid Worker; Cameron to Hold Meeting Tomorrow; Reaction in Iraq to Additional U.S. Troops, Air Strikes; Rep. Adam Schiff Talks Haines Beheading, ISIS;
• David Haines Executed In Just-Released ISIS Video; ISIS Challenges British Prime Minister In Newest Video; Obama Vows That U.S. Will Work With The U.K. In "Broad Coalition" To Punish Haines' Killers; Newest ISIS Video Contains Threat To Another British Citizen
• John Kerry Selling Idea Of U.S. Military Action Against ISIS To Arab Leaders; British Citizen David Haines Apparently Executed In Newest ISIS Video
• New Video From ISIS Shows Beheading Of Third Man
• Manhunt Under Way after Troopers Shot; NFL Star Adrian Peterson Out on Bail; NFL Commissioner: "Ray Rice Misled Me"; Kerry in Egypt for Talks on ISIS; Palins at Party where Fight Broke Out; CNN Takes Part in Triathlon for Charity; American Journey in the National Archives
• One Killed, One Injured in Attack on Police; Ray Rice's Fall from Grace; Interview with Stanley McChrystal; Obama's Plan to Defeat ISIS; Interview with Yamma Brown; Getting Ready for Triathlon
• Kerry on Mission to Nail Down Support in Battle Against ISIS; Adrian Peterson Charged with Felony Child Abuse; Pressing Questions for the NFL; Hillary Clinton at the Iowa Steak Fry; James Foley's Mother Blasting U.S. Government; Pope Francis Says War is Madness


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• Joan Rivers' Funeral Service Held In Jewish Temple; Air Strikes Launched Near Haditha Dam In Iraq; Atlanta Hawks' Controlling Owner Announces Voluntary Sell Of The Team; U.S. Coast Guard Calls Off Recovery Efforts For Crashed Plane Off Jamaica; American Detained In North Korea Will Soon Learn Fate In North Korean Court; California Faces One Of Worst Droughts In History
• Joan Rivers' Funeral Service Held in Jewish Temple; Air Strikes Launched Near Haditha Dam n Iraq; Atlanta Hawks' Controlling Owner Announces Voluntary Sale of the Team; Virus Sickens Hundreds in 10 States; Obama's Immigration Reform Delay A Gamble?
• Obama to Address Nation Wednesday on ISIS; Bruce Levenson to Sell Stakes in Atlanta Hawks; Joan Rivers' Funeral Service Today; Deadly Fighting Threatens Ukraine Ceasefire; Serena Williams Battling for Title; Japan Raves for Tennis
• Funeral Service Held for Joan Rivers; President Obama to Reveal Strategy to Defeat ISIS This Week; Atlanta Hawks Owner Bruce Levenson to Voluntarily Sell Team; California Facing One of the Worst Droughts on Record; Parents in the Denver Area on High Alert
• Obama to Detail ISIS Plan This Week; Will Ukraine Ceasefire Hold?; Joan Rivers Gets Celebrity Send-Off; U.S. & Iran: Similar Goals Against ISIS; NBA Owner Reveals Offensive E-mail; UK's First Suicide Bomber in Syria; ISIS Threat Inside the U.S.; Volcano Lava Threatens Hawaii
• Obama to Reveal ISIS Strategy; U.S. Strikes ISIS Near Iraqi Dam; Inside the Mind of ISIS; Attack Threatens Ukraine Cease-fire; Joan Rivers Gets Celebrity Sendoff


September 06, 2014
• President Announces Strategy to Combat ISIS; Ceasefire between Ukraine and Rebels Holding; Plane Crashes into Caribbean; President Announces Delay in Immigration Order Until After Midterm Elections; Security of Cloud Computing Examined; Joan Rivers Remembered; CNN Hero Grows Fruits and Vegetables for Inner City Residents
• President Announces Delay in Issuing Immigration Executive Order Until After Midterm Elections; Survivor of Iraq Army Massacre by ISIS Tells Story; Mitch McConnell Battles Challenger in Close Senate Race
• Americans Possibly Aiding The ISIS Media Machine; Historic Drought Cripples California; Joan Rivers Memorial Service
• Ceasefire Holding Despite Sporadic Gunfire; 2 Historic Upsets at the U.S. Open; The Dark Web
• President Obama Punts On Immigration Reform - For Now; U.S. Military Launches Fresh Air Strikes In Iraq; Media Blackout Plays Into ISIS' Hands; ISIS Targets, Recruits Women
• Obama Delays Immigration Reform; Former Hostage Names His Captor; Belgium Shooting Suspect May Be Tied to ISIS
• Obama Delays on Immigration; Search for Unresponsive Plane's Wreckage; Feds Hunting American Tied to ISIS; ISIS Oil Empire; Interview with Senator Bob Casey; The Strategy For Fighting ISIS; Clinic Investigated In Joan Rivers' Death; Rivers Joked About Her Own Death; Desperately Dry California
• Storms Bring Cool Front To U.S.; Search For Unresponsive Plane's Wreckage; Obama Delays Action On Immigration; Feds Investigate Ferguson Police; Dad Indicted In Son's Hot-Car Death
• Obama Delays Action on Immigration; How Did Joan Rivers Die?; Interview with Kurt Volker; Manhunt Under Way for AK-47 Bandit; Francis, the Social Media Pope; CNN Fit Nation Challenge; Kayaking the Most Endangered River


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August 30, 2014
• London Raises U.K. Terror Alert; Russian President Putin Touts Russia's Nuclear Power; President Obama Traveling to NATO Summit; Joan Rivers Hospitalized; President's Comment on Having No Strategy for ISIS in Syria Criticized; Apple Announces Possible New Products; CNN Hero Saves Family Pets from House Fires
• UK Raises Terror Alert; U.S. Seeking Coalition; Joan Rivers in "Serious" Condition; Girl Kills Instructor in Uzi Accident; Obama: No Strategy Yet on ISIS in Syria; College Football Season Kicks Off
• Severe Weather to Affect Parts of Gulf Coast; College Football Season Kicks Off; Woman Addicted to Heroin Recounts Struggle to Recover; Man with Multiple Sclerosis Documents Progress of Disease
• ISIS Militants Recruiting Women; Michael Sam Cut By The Rams; Joan Rivers In "Serious" Condition
• Britain Fears ISIS Will Strike at Home, Ukraine Warns Full- Scale Invasion By Russia; Ukraine, ISIS Crises Worsening; Should America Pay Ransom for Hostages?; Should U.S. Pay Ransom for Hostages; Bergdahl: Ransom or Prisoner-of-War Trade; Sexual Harassment on Capitol Hill; Openly Gay NFL Player Cut from Team; Obama Bashed for Tan-Colored Suit
• U.K. Raises Terror Threat Level Over ISIS; Tony Stewart Breaks His Silence; Joan Rivers' Condition "Remains Serious"; Obama: "No Strategy" On ISIS In Syria; NFL's Tough New Domestic Violence Penalties
• Strong Words In The Fight Against ISIS; New iPhone To Be Released September 9th; North Korea Draws World's Attention With Nuclear Threats; Senegal Has First Confirmed Case Of Ebola; New Process To Choose Which Teams Play In College Football Championship
• Special Report: Deadly Fix
• Warning of "Point of No Return" in Ukraine; U.S. Conducts 5 Airstrikes Near Mosul Dam; Michael Sam Cut By NFL's St. Louis Rams; Joan Rivers in Serious Condition; ISIS Now Considered Significant Threat Now; Debate on Gun Control; Joan Rivers In "Serious" Condition
• "Dramatic Situation" in Ukraine; Obama Weighs Options on ISIS Threat; The Next Generation of ISIS Terrorists; An Inside Look At North Korea; Heroin Use Exploding In America; Keeping Kids With Cancer Connected
• Joan Rivers Remains Hospitalized; Ezell Ford, Another Michael Brown?; How Will U.S. Respond to ISIS Threat?; Fighting Sexism in the Senate; Ukraine Crisis Worsening?; Teens Need More Sleep; 92-year-old Told She Can't Vote; Hitting the Track with Danica Patrick


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• White House Speaks Out Against ISIS Atrocities; U.S. Air Strikes Increase Against ISIS; Grand Jury Considering Michael Brown Case; Police Use of Tasers Versus Deadly Force Examined; Photographer of Ferguson Protests Interviewed
• Air Strikes Continue Against ISIS in Iraq; Belgian Man Rescues Son From Joining Terrorist Group; Family of Journalist Murdered by ISIS Interviewed
• At Least $10,000 Raised In Support Of Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson; Police Training Examined; White House Calls American Journalist James Foley's Beheading A Terror Attack On Every American; Taking Out ISIS; The President's Working Vacation
• Obama Wants Review of Police Weaponry; Wilson Supporters: We Will Not Hide Anymore; Tropical Depression in the Caribbean; Outcry Over Fears Prosecutor is Biased; Man Saves Son from ISIS, Helps Other; Should Americans Be Concerned About ISIS; Obama to Review Federal Program Giving Military Equipment to Police; Days Away from Emmy Awards
• Obama Wants Review of Police Weaponry; U.S. Attempts to Eradicate ISIS in Iraq; Unrest in Ferguson; Jury Makeup in The Brown Case
• More Bloody ISIS Attacks in Iraq; Supporters of Officer Wilson Stands Up; Ice Bucket Challenge Fail
• Tropical Depression Could Form in Caribbean; Michael Brown Shooting; Journalists Become Targets in War; Learning From Cincinnati's Riots In 2001; Perry Seeks Momentum Despite Indictment; "The Bullet Bucket Challenge"
• Video Emerges Of Officer's Rant; Rally To Support Officer Wilson; U.S. Weighing Options To Fight ISIS; How Accurate Are Eyewitness Accounts?
• The Hunt for Foley's Executioner; Pushing Peace Through Pizza; Rallying for Eric Garner; Unfolding Stories Explode on Twitter; Man Behind the Lens in Ferguson; High Stakes for Emmy Nominees; Little Leaguers Making History


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• Riots Erupt Again in Missouri over Police Shooting; U.S. Air Strikes Target ISIS Militants near Mosul Dam; Rick Perry Indicted for Abuse of Power; President Criticized for Vacationing; Robin Williams' Suicide Possible Linked to Parkinson's Disease; CNN Hero Reunites Soldiers with Dogs
• Riots Erupt Again in Missouri over Police Shooting; Police Relations with Communities and Perceptions of Young Black Men Discussed; U.S. Air Strikes Target ISIS Militants near Mosul Dam; Rick Perry Indicted for Abuse of Power
• Governor Rick Perry Press Conference On Indictment; Ferguson, Missouri Seesaws Between Peaceful Protests and Surging Tension
• New Ferguson Curfew: 12 Midnight to 12 AM CDT; Looters Hit Ferguson Businesses; Governor Perry Responds to Indictment; State of Emergency Declared in Ferguson; DOJ Asked Ferguson P.D. to Not Release Video; Interview with Carissa McGraw of Ferguson; Cincinnati Police Chief Describes 2001 Unrest; U.S. Airstrikes to Help Kurds Retake Mosul Dam
• Gov. Nixon of Missouri Addresses Ferguson Situation; New Ferguson Curfew Midnight to 5AM Central Time
• Curfew In Place For Ferguson, Missouri; Texas Governor Rick Perry Indicted On Two Felony Charges; U.S. Forces Bombed Islam Militants In Northern Iraq Today
• Ferguson Curfew Begins Tonight; Effects of Social Media on Perception
• Ferguson on Edge after Night of Looting; New U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq; Rick Perry Indicted on Two Felonies; Perry Lawyer: Indictments "Political Abuse"; Push for Police to Wear Body Cameras; Interview with Missouri State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed
• Ferguson on Edge After Night of Looting; Protesters Face off With Police in Missouri; U.S. Airstrikes Aim at ISIS Near Dam; Governor Rick Perry to Deliver Statement; Protest Vigil Today for Michael Brown
• Robbery Video Released Over DOJ Objections; Controversy Surrounds Ferguson Police; New U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq; Europeans Agree to Arm Iraqi Kurds; Texas Gov. Rick Perry Indicted; Push for Police to Wear Body Cameras; FBI Joins Investigation into Teen's Death


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August 09, 2014
• U.S. Provides Military Aid to Kurdish Forces Fighting ISIS Militants in Iraq; Violence Continues Between Hamas and Israel after Ceasefire Ends; President Obama Speaks about U.S. Air Strikes and Humanitarian Efforts in Iraq
• U.S. Air Strikes Ongoing in Iraq; ISIS Continues To Terrorize Iraq; Judge Rules in Favor Of College Athletes
• U.S. Jets And Drones Fight ISIS, Artillery Units And Convoys Advance On Kurdish Regional Capital of Erbil; Cease-Fire Between Israel And Hamas Expires
• Iraqis Seek Refuge in Church; Interview with Ali Khedery; Iraq War Veterans Speaking Out; Cease-fire Over, Rockets Fly; Developing Young African Leaders; Adding Something to Workout Regime; Relentless Gun Violence in Chicago
• United States Launches Strikes Against ISIS
• U.S. Action in Iraq; President Obama's Next Move on Iraq; Inside CDC's War Room; A Mother's Choice; Fascination with Charles Manson
• Iraqis: U.S. Bombs Killed 16 ISIS Fighters; ISIS Progress Very Rapid in Recent Weeks; Brutal ISIS Militants Known for Beheadings; Reluctant Obama Authorizes Airstrikes; U.S. Drops Food and Water to Stranded Iraqis; Fascination with Charles Manson
• Obama will Pursue Broader Strategy in Iraq; Cease-Fire Ends with More Attacks; CDC has Issued Its Highest Alert for Ebola; U.S. Strikes Target ISIS Positions
• Obama: U.S. Strikes Destroyed ISIS Weapons; Cease-Fire Over, More Fighting Erupts; Ebola an "International Health Crisis"; Court: OK to Pay College Athletes; Man Listed as "Dark Negro" in Police Report


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• Canadian Flight Stopped after Bomb Threat; Israel and Hamas Agree to Temporary Ceasefire; U.S. Libya Embassy Moved from Tripoli; Family Remembers Loved Ones Killed in Plane Crash in Ukraine; Rebels in Ukraine Express Loss of Patience with Plane Crash Investigation; Debate Continues in Congress over Solutions to Immigration Crisis; CNN Hero Works to Preserve African Lions
• U.S. Moves Libyan Embassy from Tripoli; Russian President Under Pressure of Threatened Sanctions; Families Displaced by Violence in Gaza; Terrorist Threat to Commercial Air Flights Examined
• Cease-Fire Between Israel and Gaza Appears to be Over; Americans in Libya Advised to Leave; Flight 5017 Went Down Thursday Killing More Than 100 People; Villagers Witnessed Malaysia Flight 17 Crashed
• Reuters: Israel Agrees To Extend Cease-Fire; U.S. Evacuates Embassy In Tripoli; Malaysia Wants Access To MH17 Site; Second Black Box Found In Mali; Obstacles To Peace In Gaza; Reuters: Israel Agrees To 4-Hour Truce Extension
• U.S. Evacuates Embassy in Tripoli; Israel, Hamas Agree to 12- Hour Ceasefire; U.S. Citizens Join Israeli Military; Searching For Missing Remains; U.S. Evacuates Embassy In Tripoli
• Israel Agrees to Extend Ceasefire; Homes, Buildings Destroyed in Gaza; U.S. Evacuates Embassy in Tripoli; Hundreds Flee Fighting in Eastern Ukraine; Can a Ceasefire be Reached?; Interview with David Gold; Americans Fighting, Dying for Israel
• Cease-fire in Middle East Collapses; Ukrainian Journalist Held by Rebels Released; U.S. Embassy Staff Evacuated from Libya; Government Troops Headed Towards Donetsk; Israel-Hamas Conflict Explained; Air Algerie Plane Hit Severe Weather
• Israel Approves New 24-Hour Cease-Fire; Ukraine's New Military Offensive; Vladimir Putin's Next Move; Missing Impossible? Ending Mideast Violence
• Troops Move, Violence Flares in Ukraine; Israel Approves New 24-Hour Cease-Fire; Challenge of Identifying Flight 17 Victims; How Safe Does Iron Dome Keep Israel?


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• Russia Separatists Control Crash Site of Downed Malaysian Airliner; Individuals Bumped from Downed Malaysian Flight 17 Interviewed; Putin Pressured to Open Airliner Crash Site to Investigation; Israel Continues Ground Invasion of Gaza
• Russian Separatists Control Crash Site of Downed Malaysian Airliner; Putin Pressured to Open Airliner Crash Site to Investigation
• Limited Access to Crash Site; More Rockets Fired From Gaza; Interview with Sarah Bajc; Malaysia Airlines: 2 Tragedies in Four Months
• Crash Scene is in Volatile Rebel Held Area; Relative Remembers Couple Aboard Flight 17; Will MH17 Shift Russia's Relationship with World; Obama's Handling of MH17 Tragedy, Russia/Ukraine Crisis; MH17 Has Congress Reconsidering Russian Sanctions
• Update On Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Crash; Russian State Reporter Resigns Partially Over MH-17 Coverage
• Shot Down Malaysia 17; Interview With Senator Dan Coats of Indiana; The Politics of Putin on Ukraine; Looking at the Lives of MH- 17 Victims
• Shot Down: Malaysia Flight 17; Crisis in the Middle East; Ukraine Accuses Rebels Of Removing Bodies; Flight 17 Debris Covers Several Miles
• Germany to Russia: Allow Access to Site; Grief First, Then the Lawsuits; Bodies Being Removed From MH17 Crash Site; U.S. Russian Relations May Get Colder; Russia Bans Entry of Some Americans; A Nation in Mourning
• MH-17 Crash Investigation; Putin Under Pressure; World Impact of Flight 17 Accident; Israeli Military Targets Hamas Tunnels; Telling the Victims' Stories; MH-17 Leaves Wide Debris Field; Flight MH-17's Twists of Fate


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• Immigration Crisis Continues; Congress Signaling Rejection of Immigration Funding; Man Accused of Allowing Toddler Son to Die in Car; Israel May be Preparing for Ground Invasion of Gaza Strip; Technological Advances Increases Criminal Tracking Capacity of Law Enforcement; Pot Retailers Open in Washington State; LeBron James Returns to Cleveland Cavaliers; Germany and Argentina Set to Play for World Cup Championship; CNN Hero Mobilizes Soccer Fans for Charity
• Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Midway Island; New CNN Show Profiles Wanted Criminals; Crisis with Central American Children Crossing U.S. Southern Border Continues; Rocket Launches and Airstrikes between Hamas and Israel Continue; Technological Advances Increases Criminal Tracking Capacity of Law Enforcement
• United Nations Tells Israel And Palestinians To Stop Shooting; Federal Officials Say They Will Begin Deportations Of Undocumented This Week; Multiple Parents Arrested After Leaving Children In Hot Cars
• LeBron James Comes Home to Cleveland; Tracy Morgan Suing Wal- Mart; Children in Limbo as Border Crisis Rages; Police: Escort Killed Google Executive; Silicon Valley Becoming Sex Valley?; Cleveland Cheers While Miami Mourns; Should Government Step In On Hot Car Deaths?
• Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Tiny Island; Children In Limbo As Border Crisis Rages; Lebron Back To Cavs, Season Tickets Gone; Texas Judge Wants More Shelters; Tale Of Two Border Towns; Iraq: Militants Take Nuclear Material; Prostitute May Be Implicated In Second Death; Online Life Of Dad Accused In Hot Car Death
• Mass Deportations to Begin; Exchanging Fires in Gaza; Hank Aaron's Career
• One Thousand One Hundred Fifty People Reported Killed Injured In Gaza; Palestinians: Power, Water Knocked Out; Long Trip to U.S. Begins With River-Crossing; Cities Divided Over New Immigrants; Slums Await Illegal Immigrants Sent Home; Are Children "Refugees" or "Illegal Immigrants"; Congress Fights Over Immigration Crisis
• Crisis Spurs Talk of Immigration Overhaul; Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Tiny Island; Silicon Valley Becoming Sex Valley?; Police Suspects Escort Killed Google Exec; Is White House Immigration Strategy in Disarray; The Other Side of Gun Violence; Children in Limbo as Border Crisis Rages; Hasgtag with a Cause; Hunting for Criminals; Oklahoma Tops California in Earthquakes; Curbside Birth Captured on Special Cam


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• Immigration Crisis at the Border; Interview with Rep. Henry Cuellar; Tight Security at the Rio Grande River; Jobs Grow in States with Higher Minimum Wage; Hot Car Death: Dad's Social Media Life
• What's Next for Children Detained at the Border; Interview with Senator Ron Johnson; Israeli Ground Offensive Possible in Gaza; Sarah Palin Urges Impeachment for Obama; Germany Annihilates Brazil at World Cup
• Obama Talks Immigration Today in Texas; VA Whistleblowers Worry about Retaliation; Joan Rivers Storms Off CNN Interview; Rollin' Coalers Blowing Plenty of Smoke
• Hernandez in Court Seeking Medical Records; George Clooney Slams "The Daily Mail"; The Music of "The Sixties"; Zookeeper Attacked by Croc.
• Interview With California Congressman Jeff Denham; President Obama Heads to Texas; Violence in Israel
• President Obama's about to Meet Rick Perry on Immigration Reform; Wayne Slater Analyzing Different Parties Expectation on Immigration Reform; Continued Investigation on Justin Ross Perris; Possible Air Strikes against head of ISIS; People from Gaza Talking about Recent Israeli Attacks
• Immigration Crisis at the Border; Interview with Rep. Henry Cuellar; Tight Security at the Rio Grande River; Jobs Grow in States with Higher Minimum Wage; Hot Car Death: Dad's Social Media Life
• Obama Talks Immigration Today In Texas; No Plans To Visit Border; Texas Dem: Hope It's Not Obama's "Katrina" Moment; Hearing Today From Marine Jailed In Mexico
• Israel Prepares Possible Ground Assault; Obama Heads To Texas But Not To Border Crisis; Hearing Under Way For Marine Jailed In Mexico; Pilot Buys Pizza For Stranded Passengers


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July 07, 2014
• Florida Teen Beaten By Israeli Police; CNN Obtains Search Warrants In Hot Car Death; TSA Wants Devices Checked On U.S. Bound Flights; Donald Sterling: Move Case To Federal Court
• Obama under Fire on Immigration Crisis; Family of Woman Beaten by Officer Will Sue; Dow Reaches 17,000; Synthetic Drug Cash May Aid Terrorists; Hollywood Skin Guru Accused in Plot to Kill
• Investigation of Justin Ross Perris; American Teenager Beaten up in Jerusalem Stays under House Arrest; Donald Sterling Fighting His Estranged Wife Shelly's Decision to Sell L.A. Clippers; Children of Perpetrators and Victims Living Together in Iraq Orphanage
• Aaron Hernandez Back in Court; New York Newspaper Uses "N" Word in Obama Headline; Miami Gardens Police Told to Stop, Frisk Black Men; Golfer Shoots Greatest Round on Sad Day
• New Airport Security Measures; Tensions Rise in Israel; New Details in Toddler Death
• Video Purportedly Shows Terrorist Leader; Washington Post: "Ordinary Internet Users" Caught Up in NSA Spying Program; Georgia Todd Hot Car Case; New Security Check at the Airport; Florida Teen Beaten by Israeli Police
• Video Shows Pistorius Re-enacting Shooting; Report: Baby Photos, Resumes In NSA Haul; Obama Facing Criticism From Both Sides Of Aisle; Pope To Victims: "I Beg Your Forgiveness"; Swimmer Talks About Shark Attack
• Pope Francis Meets with Abuse Victims; Administration under Fire for Immigration Crisis; Court to Respond to Aaron Hernandez's Requests; Using Google Glass to Hack; Oscar Pistorius on Trial


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• Hurricane Arthur Downgraded to Post-Tropical Storm; Some Evidence Displayed Against Man Accused of Leaving Toddler Son in Car All Day to Die; Central American Children Continue to Stream Across U.S. Southern Border; Joan Rivers Makes Controversial Statements about Obamas; Videotape Shows Patrolman Beating Woman; Teenager's Online Posting of Hunted Animals She has Killed Causes Outrage; Protestors Demonstrate Against Recent Central American Immigrants; Brazilian Soccer Star Injured in World Cup Game
• Hurricane Arthur Downgraded to Post-Tropical Storm; Some Evidence Displayed Against Man Accused of Leaving Toddler Son in Car All Day to Die; Central American Children Continue to Stream Across U.S. Southern Border; Protestors Demonstrate Against Recent Central American Immigrants; Joan Rivers Interview Becomes Heated; Videotape Shows Patrolman Beating Woman; Doctors Warn Against Cheap or Do-It- Yourself Plastic Surgery; Campaign Promotes Self-Confidence for Girls
• Report: ISIS Leader Makes Public Appearance; Teen Beaten in Jerusalem is American; Obama Vows to Take Action on Issues Where Congress "Refuses to Act; Joan River's Outrageous Comments; Joan Rivers Walks Out on Interview; Mississippi Republican Primary Bitter Politics; Tim Howard Next American Hero?
• No Bond for Dad in Hot Car Death; Immigration Protests Erupting; Will Military Advisers Join the Fight?; Casey Anthony Trial Riveted America; Attorney Mason: Casey Anthony "Was Afraid"; Brazilian Star Neymar Out Of World Cup; Joan Rivers: "Diary Of A Mad Diva"; Viral Video Redefines "Like A Girl" Stereotype
• ISIS Leader Allegedly Surfaces In New Video; New Immigrants Transferred To California; Arthur Weakens To A Post-Tropical Cyclone; Four Children Die In Philadelphia Fire; Facebook Tampers With Users' Moods; New Footage Of Sunken Cruise Ship; Autopsy: Palestinian Teen Burned Alive; California Police Officer Caught On Camera Punching A Woman On The Side Of A Highway; Police: Dad Was "Sexting" As Son Died In Car
• Protesters Gather To Keep Undocumented Familes Out; Italian Authorities Release Dramatic New Underwater Footage Of Costa Concordia; Veterans Charity Group Raising Millions Of Dollars That Is Not Going To Vets; New Rules Allow Colorado Residents To Apply For Recreational Marijuana License
• ISIS Leader Allegedly Surfaces in New Video; Arthur Weakens to a Post-Tropical Cyclone; New Immigrants Transferred to California; No Bond for Father in Hot Car Death; Fake Pot From U.S. Fund Terrorism; Ending the School to Prison Pipeline; America's Most Spectacular Places
• Obama on Immigration; Arthur Gets Downgraded; More Evidence on Harris; Palestinian Prosecutor: Teen Burned Alive; Do Beliefs Influence Justices' Decisions?; Facebook Test Rankles Users
• Tariq Khdeir Freed from Israeli Jail; Preliminary Hearing for Justin Ron Harris; Hot Car Case: What's Next?; Casey Anthony: Her Life Now


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July 01, 2014
• Georgia Authorities Release More Information on Infant Death; Severe Weather Slamming Much of the Country; Five Russian Fighter Jets Arrive in Iraq; President Obama Planning to Nominate a New Veterans Affairs Secretary Tomorrow; Flash Flooding in Memphis, TN; New Commercials from Verizon and Pantene Getting Big Buzz Online
• Obama to Bypass Congress; Hobby Lobby Ruling; Tim Howard Volunteering to Help Children; Mysterious Disappearance of Family in Texas
• Is Hobby Lobby Ruling Just the First Win?; Immigrant Children Seek Better Life in U.S.; Israel Strikes at Hamas after Teens Killed; Mayor Rob Ford Returns after Rehab
• Hurricane for July 4th Weekend?; U.S. on Alert for Al Qaeda Attack; Israel Firing at Hamas over Death of Kidnapped Teens; GM Recalls More Vehicles; Win or Go Home: U.S. Vs. Belgium at World Cup; Obama: "Pass a Bill, Solve a Problem"
• Tropical Storm Arthur; World Cup Soccer; Israel Mourns Murdered Teens; Desperate Families Give Up Children
• U.S. Prepares for World Cup Match; Serena Williams Drops Out of Wimbledon Due to Illness; Tension in Israel
• Son of Immigrants Conflicted about World Cup: Conviction Overturned for Insufficient Evidence Against Cannibal Cop; Putin Calls for Peace in Ukraine; Fabien Cousteau Wrapping up Mission 31; Amanda Knox's Former Boyfriend Speaking Out; Colorado Recreational Marijuana on Verge of Transformation?
• Israel Strikes At Hamas After Teens Killed; Hurricane For July 4th Weekend?; Gas Prices To Hit Six-Year High; Win Or Go Home: U.S. Versus Belgium At World Cup; GM Recalls Another 8.4 Million Vehicles
• Team USA Versus Belgium: Win Or Go Home; World Cup Fever Hits Hollywood; "Nightmare Nanny" Breaks Silence; Lawmakers Change Rules On Free Trips; Baby Injured By Police Grenade Leaves Hospital; Plane Has Landing Gear Trouble


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June 28, 2014
• Iraqi Army Launches Strike against Terrorist Group ISIS; Father Suspected of Intentionally Leaving Toddler Son in Car All Day to Die; Benghazi Terrorist Suspect Arrives in U.S.; President Urges Central American Parents to Not Send Children Alone to Immigrate to U.S.; Author Discusses Technology and Social Media Addiction; World Cup Continues in Brazil; CNN Hero Encourages Girls to Write Creatively
• Iraqi Army Launches Strike against Terrorist Group ISIS; Father Suspected of Intentionally Leaving Toddler Son in Car All Day to Die; Benghazi Terrorist Suspect Arrives in U.S.; Young Man Confesses to Police Plans to Bomb School; Interview with Rick Springfield
• Father Of Child Who Died In Hot Car Phones Into Son's Funeral; Benghazi Terror Suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala Officially Charged In Washington D.C.; Iraqi Security Force Pushes Back ISIS As It Tries To March Toward Baghdad; Australian Government Released New Info In Flight 370 Search; Case Of Central Park Five Could Be Coming To A Close
• Benghazi Terror Suspect Pleads Not Guilty; Obama Battles Second Term Stumbles; Obama Says Washington Is Preoccupied With "Phony Scandals"; Does Criticism Come with Job as President; Do Obama Scandals Give Republicans an Advantage in Elections; Is Obama Presidency Already Over in Terms of Major Legislation? Does 1960s Hold for Obama, Future Presidents?
• Toddler Left in Hot Car; Missing 12-Year-Old Found in Parents' Basement; Interview with Joan Lunden; Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong
• Suspected Benghazi Mastermind Now in U.S.; Political Controversy over Terror Suspect; Toddler Dies inside Hot Carl; World Cup Hits Frenzy Mode in Brazil; Armed U.S. Drones Flying Over Baghdad; Backlash Over Mauled Girl Story; Google Unveils Android Auto And TV
• Suspected Benghazi Mastermind Now In U.S.; Controversy Grows Over Benghazi Prosecution; Iraqi Official: Troops Push ISIS Out Of Tikrit; Funeral For Boy Left In Hot Car; Dad Can't Attend; Immigration Rallies Underway Across U.S.; Search For Missing Jet Could Take Another Year; Iraqi Official: Troops Push ISIS Out Of Tikrit; Authorities Searched Harris's Home, Car, Cell
• Suspected Benghazi Mastermind Arrived in the U.S.; Dad Admits Search Child Deaths Inside Vehicles; Immigration Rallies Across the U.S.; Funeral for Boy Left in Hot Car; NYC to Pay $40 Million to Central Pak 5; Iraq Under Attack; Iraqi Crisis Making Strange Bedfellows; Stepping Up Lemonade and Hope; Detroit Boy Found in Father's Basement; World Cup Fans in Brazil Also Looking for Love; 4-D Movie Experience Coming to Theaters


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• Terrorist Group Threatens Baghdad; Iraqi Prime Minister Criticized for Excluding Sunnis from Government; President Discusses U.S. Policy in Iraq; Tens of Thousands of Unaccompanied Children Crossing Southern U.S. Border; U.S. Government Granting $250 Million to Central American Countries to Help Stop Immigration of Children
• Terrorist Group Threatens Baghdad; President Discusses U.S. Policy in Iraq; Tens of Thousands of Unaccompanied Children Crossing Southern U.S. Border; U.S. Government Granting $250 Million to Central American Countries to Help Stop Immigration of Children; USA Faces Portugal in World Cup Match; Child Dies after Father Leaves Toddler Son All Day in his Car
• U.S. Sends Advisers to Iraq; Qatar's Role in Crisis
• Iraq Struggles Under Weight of Fighting; Rape Victim Outraged Over Hillary Clinton's Handling of 1975 Case; U.S. Interrogation Team Questioning Benghazi Suspect Aboard Navy Ship; IRS Claims Political Targeting Scandal E-mails Lost; Brett Favre Rallies for Thad Cochran; Rand Paul Says Stop Giving Tax Money to Other Countries; Clint Hill Talks Kennedy Shooting
• CDC Says General Public Is Not At Risk; Iraqi TV: 15 Militants Killed In Falluja; A Secret Look At ISIS From Iraqi Refugee; U.S. Military Advisers To Arrive In Iraq; Biden, Central American Leaders Meet On Immigration; Soccer Star Arrested On Domestic Violence; New Details On Benghazi Capture
• Torrential Rain, Massive Mudslide Forces Evacuations At Minneapolis Area Hospital; Olympic Gold Medalist Hope Solo Arrested; ISIS Continues Killing Spree Across Iraq; U.S. Predicts Up To 80,000 Children From Central America Will Cross Mexican Border Without Parents
• President Obama Speaking out on the Crisis of Iraq; Thousands Rally in Support of Iraqi PM; President Obama Sits Down for an Interview; Families Reuniting after Years. New Plan to Curb Illegal Immigration; U.S. Military Advisers Will Arrive In Iraq Soon; Dad Pleads Not Guilty In Son's Hot Car Death; Mudslide Threatens Minneapolis Hospital; CDC Says General Public Is Not At Risk
• Southern Iraqi Town Falls to ISIS; Parts of Minnesota Under Flood Waters; Militants Take Fight to Social Media; Using Intelligence to Stop ISIS; U.S. to Face Portugal in World Cup; U.S. Military Advisers to Arrive in Iraq Soon; Bowe Bergdahl Recovery Continues; Training for Fit Nation Challenge; Missing IRS E-mails Spark Angry Hearing, Interview with Will Packer


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• Islamist Militants Threaten Baghdad; President Urges Iraqi Prime Minister Reach Out to Iraq's Sunni Population; Increased Numbers of Immigrant Children Crossing Texas Border; O.J. Simpson Trial Remembered; CNN Hero Helps Teen Mothers go to College>
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• U.S. Military to Evacuate Americans in Iraq; More Young People Illegally Crossing the U.S.; Bowe Bergdahl Back in the U.S.
• Iraq's New Crisis; Radical Terror Group Vows March to Baghdad; Group Storming Iraq Too Extreme for al-Qaeda; Terrorist Aim to Create New Islamic State; ISIS Nears Baghdad; Crisis in Iraq Affects U.S., World
• U.S. Makes a Move in the Iraq Crisis; ISIS Seized Control of Iraq's Second Largest City; Bowe Bergdahl Arrived from Germany Yesterday; Cristiano Ronaldo is the Second Highest Paid Athlete in the World; Videos of Brutal Tactics Employed by ISIS Released
• Iraq Unraveling; At Least 60,000 Unaccompanied Children Expected to Illegally Cross the U.S. Border This Year; Interview with John Sununu
• U.S. Makes a Move in Iraq Crisis; ISIS Seized Control of Iraq's Second Largest City, Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl Arrived in the U.S.
• Militants Threaten to March on Baghdad; Ukraine: 49 Dead as Rebels Down Plane; Violent Militants Move toward Baghdad; Bergdahl's Second Day Home
• Militants Threaten To March On Baghdad; Iraqi Colonel Speaks Out On Defecting; U.S. Contractors Evacuated From Iraq; Child Migrants Overwhelm U.S. Officials; Hagel Orders Carrier To Persian Gulf; U.S. Faces Ghana In World Cup Opener


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• Kerry's First Public Comments on Taliban Swap; Pope Prays with Israeli, Palestinian Leaders; No Triple Crown for California Chrome; No Triple Crown For California Chrome; Tracy Morgan Still In Critical Condition; California Bill: Must Say "Yes" Before Sex; Help Getting Back Into The Workforce
• John Kerry Speaks Out On Bowe Bergdahl Controversy; California Chrome Falls Short Of Taking Triple Crown; Officials Say They Are Caught Illegally Crossing Texas Border; Exclusive Interview With Lavar Burton; Outrage In Arizona Over Detention Center For Undocumented Children
• At least 16 Dead in Pakistan Airport Attack; Kerry Defends Bergdahl Swap; Bergdahl recovering at U.S. Hospital in Germany; Belmont Blues for California Chrome; Investigation on Tracy Morgan Accident; HillSong NYC Makes Waves
• John Kerry on Bergdahl's Release; Bowe Bergdahl's Parents Fear for Their Lives; Pope Francis Hosted a Prayer with Israeli & Palestinian Leaders; California Chrome Bid for Triple Crown Fails; Comedian Tracy Morgan Remains in Critical Condition; Hillsong Church, Not An Ordinary Church
• A Deadly Militant Attack at the International Airport at Karachi, Pakistan; Exclusive Interview with John Kerry; New Details About Bowe Bergdahl's Life with the Taliban; California Chrome Limped to Fourth Place at the Belmont Stakes; Comedian Tracy Morgan Remains in Critical Condition; Rishikesh, a Holy City in India
• Kerry Defends Bergdahl Swap; Most Important Week in Hillary Clinton's Career?; Militants Enter Airport in Pakistan, Kill Military Members; O.J. Simpson Case 20 Years Later; Stopping Crimes of Tomorrow Today; World Cup to Kick Off in Brazil


June 07, 2014
• Thousands Gather at Maya Angelou's Memorial Service; President Bill Clinton Speaks at Maya Angelou's Memorial Service; Girls Attack Friend Due to Fictional Character; Actor Tracy Morgan Hospitalized after Car Crash; Hometown of Bowe Bergdahl Delaying Celebration of his Release; Hillary Clinton's Possible Presidential Bid Examined
• Thousands Gather at Maya Angelou's Memorial Service; Oprah Winfrey Speaks at Maya Angelou's Memorial Service; Actor Tracy Morgan Hospitalized After Car Crash; Program Helps Women Reenter Workforce After Having Children
• Comedy Star Tracy Morgan In Critical Condition; Some Accuse Bergdahl Of Being A Deserter; Obama Defends Bergdahl Swap; Is American Dream Reachable Nowadays?; LAPD Implements New System To Track Law Violators
• Comedian Tracy Morgan in Critical Condition; Awaiting Bowe Bergdahl's Arrival Stateside; California Chrome Looking for the Triple Crown; Maya Angelou Remembered
• Tracy Morgan Critically Hurt in Limo Crash; Hailey Residents Heartbroken at Bergdahl Backlash; Family Suing GM Over Daughter's Death; Stabbed 12-Year-Old Girl is Out of the Hospital; Update on Bowe Bergdahl; California Chrome Tries for Triple Crown; Tribute for Maya Angelou; World War II Veterans Attends D-Day Anniversary
• CNN Hero Helps Holocaust Survivors; Tracy Morgan Critically Hurt in Crash; Family, Friends Remember Maya Angelou; Bergdahl's Hometown Delays Celebration; Obama Defends Sergeant Bergdahl Rescue
• Tracy Morgan Critically Hurt In Crash; Deciding Who Gets Hired; Obama Defends Sgt. Bergdahl Rescue; California Chrome Goes For Triple Crown; Two Girls Charged With Attempted Homicide; Hillary Clinton Touts Her "Hard Choices"
• Tracy Morgan Critically Hurt in Crash; Remembering Maya Angelou; Obama Defends Sgt. Bergdahl Rescue; California Chrome Goes for Triple Crown; Interview with Susan Rice; The American Dream Out of Reach?; Crossing the Next Finish Line; First Robot to Learn Emotions
• Comedian Tracy Morgan Hospitalized In Critical Condition; Still No Timetable For Bowe Bergdahl's Release; Immigrant Kids Arrived Alone in Arizona; Susan Rice Back in the Spotlight; California Chrome's Triple Crown Chances


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May 31, 2014
• Donald Sterling Sues NBA for $1 Billion; Deal Reached to Sell L.A. Clippers for $2 Billion; Veterans Affairs Secretary Resigns; American Marine Still Being Held in Mexican Jail; Digital Password Protection Methods Examined; Casey Kasem's Family Battle over Custody; CNN Hero Helps Those with Heart Disease
• Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl Released by Taliban in Prisoner Exchange
• Five Guantanamo Detainees Released Today; Family's Fate Shrouded in Mystery; Toddler Seriously Burned After SWAT Raid; Taliban Frees Captive U.S. Soldier; Marine Says He Was Beaten in Mexican Jail
• Taliban Frees Captive U.S. Soldier; Flight 370 Search Goes Back to Square One
• Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl Released by Taliban
• Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl Released by His Captors; President Obama Remarks Regarding Released Soldier
• Suicide Bomber Identified as American; Are the LA Clippers Worth $2 Billion?; Shinseki Exit Won't Ease Pressure on Obama; First Lady Fights for Healthy School Lunches; Marine Fights to Get Out of Mexican Jail; Living in Age of Guns; Oldest Person in America Turns 115; Healthy School Lunch Rules Delayed
• Donald Sterling Sues NBA For $1 Billion; Suicide Bomber Identified As American; Why Do Some Privileged Young Men Kill?; California Killings One Week Later; U.S. Army Sergeant Released By Taliban
• Bowe Berghdal Freed by Taliban; Malaysian Airlines Search Back to Square One
• U.S. Army Sergeant Released by Taliban; Five Detainees to be Released from Guantanamo Bay; Qatar Government Played Role in Talks


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• AT&T Sets Sights on DirecTV; Californians Can Return Home; "The New York Times" Dealing with Fallout From a High Profile Dismissal; Clashes Breaking Out Near Slovyansk; How Much Privacy Do Any of Us Really Have?; Investigators Suspect Arson Involved in Some California Fires; Battle of Sonya's Adoption Finally Over
• NYT Dealing with Fallout of Firing Abramson; Hillary Clinton's Run; Nigeria Not Capable of Rescuing Girls; Nick Cannon Speaks Out About Lupus; UN Debates Killer Robots
• Another Patient with MERS; Fire Crews Gain Ground In Battle; AT&T and DirecTV Merger Underway; Devin Walker Graduates; Nigeria Stepping up Efforts to Find Kidnapped Schoolgirls; SNL Spoofs Beyonce, Solange, Jay-Z; Measles Virus Treated Woman's Cancer; Will "California Chrome" Race At Belmont?
• AT&T Acquires DirecTV; Republicans Attack Hillary Clinton; Wildfires Down for the Count in California; Could Karl Rove's Clinton Remarks Backfire?; Does Anyone in D.C. Ever Get Fired?; SNL Spoofs Jay-Z, Solange Elevator Drama
• Will We See More MERS Cases This Week?; Will Nasal Strips End Triple Crown Bid?; Will Sudan Reconsider Death for Christian Woman?; Will Eric Shinseki Keep His Job?; How Will Pope Be Received in Middle East?; Pope Francis to Travel to the Middle East; Gunmen Storm Libya's Parliament; One Way Ticket to Mars?; Top Pop Five of the Week
• Syria's Situation; Hillary Clinton's Run; Homeless NCAA Player Extended Help; AT&T-DirecTV Reach Deal to Merge; "New York Times" Publisher Speaks Out; The Political Frontrunner's Burden; Air Assault on California Wildfires; Woman's Cancer Cured by Measles Virus


May 17, 2014
• Dozens of Homes and Businesses Destroyed; First Case of MERS Transmitted In The U.S.; War of Words Over Inmarsat's Raw Data; Battling Fire Tornadoes; Man Solves Zodiac Killer Mystery; Cracking Zodiac Killer's Cryptic Message; The Worst Apologies Ever
• White House To Tap Julian Castro To Be New HUD Secretary; Southern California Crews Battle Raging Fires; Face-to-Face Interview with Olympian Lolo Jones
• Fires Racing in Southern California; Donald Sterling Fights Ban and Fire; Nigerian President Attends Paris Summit; How To Tell If A Wildfire Is Arson; Firenadoes Pose Serious Danger; 12-Year-Olds Pick Tobacco Legally; Russian U.S. Space Partnership At Risk
• California Wildfires Ongoing; Veteran Affairs Exposed; Arsonists Profiled; 10 Years of Same Sex Marriage
• Weather Helps California Firefighters; First Case of MERS Transmitted in the U.S.; "New York Times" Fires Back Over Firing
• Arson Charge Filed in Southern California Wildfire; France Holds Summit on Boko Haram Threat; Government Blamed for Mine Disaster; NBA Playoff Preview; Nearly 20,000 Acres Scorched In Southern California Wildfires; Police In Georgia Investigating Double Murder; Cornell William Brooks Selected As NAACP's New President And CEO; Apple And Google Call A Ceasefire
• Fires Raging In Southern California; Weather Helps Firefighters; Michelle Obama Speaks On Segregation; Tensions Between U.S. And Indian Leader; Why Hasn't Flight 370 Data Been Released?; Sterling Won't Pay And Night Sue NBA; Coal Mind Recovery Over 301 Dead; Inside A Mine Rescue
• Firefighters Starting To Gain Upper Hand Against Wildfires In San Diego; Donald Sterling Fighting The NBA; Michelle Obama Delivers High School Address In Topeka, Kansas; Supreme Court Puts Halt To Same-Sex Marriages in Arkansas; Russia Threatens To "Ground" American Astronauts And Satellites; NCAA Grants Boise State Permission To Provide Immediate Assistance To Football Player; Another Patient Diagnosed With MERS Virus
• Another Patient Diagnosed With MERS Virus; Firefighters Starting To Gain Upper Hand Against Wildfires In San Diego; Ship Of Christopher Columbus' May Have Finally Been Found; Columbia University Accused of Failing to Protect Sex Assault Victims; Girl Begs to be With Adoptive Family
• Fires Raging on Southern California; Michelle Obama Speaks on Segregation; Evidence Shows Delays at VA Caused Deaths; Donald Sterling Fights Back against NBA; Children Pick Tobacco Legally; Pregnant Christian Faces Death Sentence


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• Hot Air Balloon Crashes in Virginia; New L.A. Clippers Ownership May Include Donald Sterling's Wife; Veterans Affairs Controversy Widens; U.S. Advisors Sent to Nigeria to Help Find Kidnapped Girls; Republicans Form Select Committee on Benghazi Attack; Hillary Clinton's Possible Presidential Run Examined; Former Harem Member Tells of Her Experience; CNN Hero Teaches Girls to Ice Skate
• Hot Air Balloon Crashes in Virginia; New L.A. Clippers Ownership May Include Donald Sterling's Wife; U.S. Advisors Sent to Nigeria to Help Find Kidnapped Girls
• Hot Air Balloon Hits Power L in Virginia; L.A. Clippers Get a New CEO; VA Health Care System Under Fire; Monica Lewinsky Breaks Her Silence; NFL Draft Under Way
• Openly Gay NFL Hopeful Picked in Draft; Report: Flight 370 Search May Be in Wrong Ocean
• Hot Air Balloon Catches Fire; New Recording Tied to Clippers Owner; Drone, Jetliner Nearly Collide in Florida; Gay NFL Prospect Not Drafted Yet; Impact of Climate Change Worldwide
• Frightening Hot Air Balloon Accident at Balloon Festival in Virginia; Family Members Protest Placing Remains of 911 Victims in the Museum; Whistleblower's Evidence in Growing VA Scandal; Nigerians Talking about Their Government Not Taking Any Action against Boko Haram
• Any Moment: Authorities Will Hold News Conference On Balloon Accident; Monica Lewinsky Breaks Her Silence; Clinton Looking Like A Candidate; Alleged New Sterling Audio Leaked; Lawyer: Shelly Sterling Wants To Retain 50 Percent Ownership Of Team
• Third Balloon Crash Victim Found; Nigerian Girl Who Escaped Terrorists Speaks Out; First Openly Gay Football Player Drafted; Exclusive interview with Michel Knight; Bill Maher Talks Free Speech, Privacy; Benham Brother's Show Cancelled for Homosexual Remarks; V.A. Secretary Eric Shinseki Under Fire
• Monica Lewinsky tell-all in "Vanity Fair"; The "Flip It Forward" show was cancelled in HGTV; Should Remarks Have Cost Benhams HGTV Show?
• Memorial Controversy; Underwater Search Vehicle Damaged; MA370 Search May Be in Wrong Place; New Sterling Recording: "I'm Jealous"; Bill Maher Talks Free Speech, Privacy; Benham Brother's Show Cancelled for Homosexual Remarks; V.A. Secretary Eric Shinseki Under Fire
• Two Confirmed Dead in Balloon Accident; Nigeria's President Vows Girls Will be Rescued; Interview with Arsalan Iftikhar; New Recording Tied to Clippers Owner; New Allegations of VA Cover-Up; Murders in Home Owned by Tennis Star; Taking the Tough Mudder Challenge; Gay NFL Prospect Not Drafted Yet


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• V. Stiviano Gives Interview about Donald Sterling; NBA Owners to Vote on Donald Sterling Forced Selling of Clippers; Tip Leads Police To Stop Possible School Shooting; Joel McHale to Host White House Correspondent Dinner; Search For Missing Malaysian Plane Continues; Kentucky Derby About to Commence; CNN Hero Physically Trains Disabled Individuals
• Tensions Continue Between Ukraine and Russia; V. Stiviano Gives Interview about Donald Sterling; NBA Owners to Vote on Donald Sterling Forced Selling of Clippers; Search for Missing Malaysian Plane Continues; Kentucky Derby About to Commence; MERS Virus Case Reported in U.S.
• Online Campaign to Help Kidnapped Nigerian Girls; Update on Phoenix V.A. Hospital Story; California Chrome Favorite at Kentucky Derby; No Shortage of Possible L.A. Clippers Buyers; Stiviano Explains Relationship with Sterling to ABC's Barbara Walters; OSCE Team Freed After Week Long Captivity; President, Celebs and Reporters Rub Shoulders; Searchers Not Giving Up On Bay of Bengal
• More Unrest in Ukraine; V. Stiviano's Revelations; Clamor for Kidnapped Nigerian School Girls
• More Clashes Between Ukrainian Troops and Pro-Russian Separatists; Bluefin Finished Its 18th Mission; The Other Woman in Clipper Scandal Speaks Out; White House Correspondents Dinner Happening Tonight
• Violence Breaks Out Across Ukraine; V. Stiviano Speaks Out; First Case of Deadly MERS Virus Hits U.S.; Malaysia Airlines Closes Hotel Support Centers; Bad Behavior in Sports; Sterling's Legal Options to Battle NBA; Storms Caused Tornadoes and Flooding; Remembering Kent State
• "The Fastest Two Minutes In Sports"; Stiviano: Sterling Is Not A Racist; Ukraine Military Clashes With Separatists; Shocking Revelations In Flight 370 Report; Sterling's Legal Options To Battle NBA; Sources: VA Tried To Cover Up Long Wait Times; 278 Nigerian Girls Abducted By Militants
• White House Correspondent's Dinner Tonight; Media Manager Fired Over Sterling Comments; More Than 200 Girls Kidnapped In Nigeria; Kidnapped OSCE Military Monitors Set Free
• Fierce Battles in Ukraine; Obama's Foreign Relations Woes; Stiviano Speaks Out; Interview with Cedric "Cornbread" Maxwell; Mystery of Flight 370; Could Scandal Impact Clippers Performance?; Beef Recall Leads to Claims of Deception; White House Correspondents' Dinner


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• Search for Malaysian Plane Continues; President Visits Malaysia; Russia Violates Ukrainian Airspace; Republicans Speak at NRA Rally; Georgia Passes Controversial Gun Law; California Suffers Outbreak of Measles; CNN Hero Provides Psychological Aid to Children
• U.S. Citizen Detained in North Korea; Fisherman Speaks about Rescuing Students from Sinking South Korean Ferry; Chicago School Teacher Talks about Public Education Amidst Gang Violence; Interview with Liz Dozier; Catholic Church Prepares to Canonize Two Popes
• TMZ: L.A Clippers' Owner Donald Sterling Recorded Making Racist Remarks; Tornadoes Possible in Large Storm System; Flight 370 Disappeared Seven Weeks Ago; L.A. Clippers Owner Accused of Racist Remarks; Nevada Cattle Rancher Releases String of Insensitive, Racial Remarks; Ukraine Situation Continue to Unravel
• Nine Million at Risk in Severe Storm Outbreak; Obama Visits Malaysia on Asian Tour; Ukraine PM: Russia Violated Airspace; Rancher under Fire for Slavery Comments; What's Next in the Search for Flight 370; Connecticut Teen Killed On Prom Day; Search For Flight 370 May Move North; Dying While Waiting; Catholic Church Canonizes Two Popes
• Severe Storm Outbreak Threatens Nine Million; Obama Visits Malaysia Amid Search For Plane; Connecticut Teen Killed On Prom Day; What's Next In Search For MH370?; NRA Challenged By Bloomberg Campaign; Bush, Clinton Dynasties And The Presidency
• Updates In Search For Flight 370; Obama Visits Malaysia on Asian Tour; Risk Of Severe Weather in Arkansas-Louisiana-Texas Corridor; Magic Johnson Responds To L.A. Clippers Owner's Comments; Clippers Owner Accused of Racist Comments; Interview with Charles Barkley
• L.A. Clippers Owner Allegedly Makes Racist Remarks Against Black People
• Obama Visits Malaysia During Asian Tour; NRA Holds Annual Convention; Georgia Governor Signs Wide-Ranging Gun Bill Into Law; Catholic Church To Canonize Two Prior Popes; Federal Prosecutors Close To Announcing Criminal Charges Against Rep. Michael Grimm; Veteran Dies While Waiting For Medical Care From VA
• Obama on Asian Tour; Why Did Ferry Sink?; Buffett Speaks Out about Minimum Wage; Obama in Malaysia; Search for Flight 370; Measles Making a Comeback; Catholic Church to Canonize New Popes; Baby Bear Left at Doorstep
• President Obama Visits Malaysia; Search for Flight 370; NRA Takes on the Anti-Gun Lobby; Two Catholic Pope to Become Saints
• Clippers Owner Accused of Racist Comments; U.S., President is on 4-Nation Swing Through Asia; Search for Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; The Making of a Catholic Saint; South Korea Ferry Disaster


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• Biden in Ukraine; Congressional Delegation visits Ukraine; Interview with Rep. Ed Royce; Chaos & Confusion Aboard a Sinking Ferry; Activity Detected at North Korea Nuclear Site; Yemen: 65 Militants Killed since Saturday; Obama Leaves Soon for Asia Tour
• Critical Eye on San Jose Airport Security; Surviving in a Wheelwell; Biden Visits Ukraine, Talks Energy Security; Cyclone Limits Search for Flight 370
• Teen Stowaway Survives Death-Defying Ride; Cyclone Limits Search For Flight 370; Ferry Disaster: 121 Bodies Found, 181 Missing; Ferry Captain Could Face Life In Prison; Biden To Ukraine: U.S. Supports You; New: No Affirmative Action In College Admissions
• Supreme Court Rules on Affirmative Action; Two More Ferry Crew Members Arrested; Activity Detected at North Korean Nuclear Site; Avalanche Threatens Everest Climbing Season; Netflix Set to Raise Prices for New Subscribers
• Divers Reach Sunken Ferry's Cafeteria; Flight 370 Search; Teen Stowaway with Child Services; Surviving Subzero Temps and No Oxygen; Body of Ukrainian Official Found
• What Next for Flight 370 Search?; Ferry Disaster Search
• More Bodies Brought Ashore From Sunken Ferry; Criminal and Civil Troubles for Some of Ship's Crew; Supreme Court Allows Affirmative Action Ban by Voters; U.S. Adds Military Exercises in Eastern Europe; Waiting Period for Attorneys to Contact Families Expires in Flight 370 Case; Netflix to Raise Prices
• South Korea Ferry Captain Not First to Abandon Passengers; Does a Captain Have to Go Down with His Ship; Mt. Everest Sherpa Community Threatens Strike; DNA Tests to Ensure Master Bomb Maker Killed in Yemen.


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April 19, 2014
• Rescue Efforts Continue for Sunken South Korean Ferry; Search Continues for Missing Malaysian Plane; Russian Separatists Still Active in Ukraine; Ocean Explorer to Live in Lab Under the Sea; CNN Hero Feeds Poor Children Pasta
• Drone Strike Hits Al Qaeda Suspects; 33 Dead in Ferry Sinking, Captain Faces Charges; Sea Floor Scan Set to Conclude in a Week; Captain Charged In Ferry Disaster; High Tech Help For Flight 370 Search; Bourdain Living Large In Las Vegas
• Rescue Efforts Continue for Sunken South Korean Ferry; Search Continues for Missing Malaysian Plane; Russian Separatists Still Active in Ukraine; Outbreak of Ebola Hits Guinea
• Latest on Search For Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; More Bodies Found On Sunken South Korean Ferry; Drone Attack In Yemen Kills 10 Suspected Al-Qaeda Militants
• Still Searching for Ferry Survivors; Russia to Follow Geneva Pact on Ukraine Pull Out; Crucial Phase for Search of Flight 370
• Sea Floor Scan Set To Conclude In A Week; Drone Strike Hits Al Qaeda Suspects; Flight 370: Next Step In The Search; Ferry Survivors And Families Cope With Guilt
• South Korean Ferry Disaster; Underwater Search for Flight 370 at "Critical Juncture"; U.S. Plans Military Exercises in Eastern Europe, Sends Troops To Poland and Estonia
• U.S. Troops to Train Near Ukraine; Search for Flight 370; Search Still for Survivors of Korean Ferry; American Plane in Iran
• Thirty Six Dead, 266 Missing in Ferry Sinking; Ukraine Deal Meets Defiance on the Ground; Bluefin-21 Completes Sixth Ocean Scan; Is Russia Trying to Control Ukraine Pro-Russian Forces; South Korea Sunken Ferry Takes Toll on Families; If MH-370 Found, Most Advanced Underwater Search Vehicle Joins Hunt; Bluefin Finds No Evidence Yet of MH-370
• Drone Strike Hits al Qaeda Suspects; Search for Survivors in Sunken Korean Ferry; What's Next in Search for Flight 370; Drone Strikes in Yemen; What Happened to Flight 370


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April 12, 2014
• Search Continues for Missing Malaysian Airplane; Court Rules Trainers Cannot Be in SeaWorld Shows with Killer Whales; New Virus Hits Social Media Sites; Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman on "Late Show"; CNN Hero Rescues Pets
• New update in the search for Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
• Listening for Pings in MH-370 Search; Australian P.M. Says Confident Pings Are from MH-370; Bottom of Indian Ocean Is a Mystery; MH-370 Family Believes Son Still Alive; Frustrated Families Meet Again with Airline; Malaysia: We Don't Have the Expertise to Open Black Boxes, Download Data; New Violence Erupts in Ukraine
• Australian PM "Confident" in Signals; Underwater Drone to Scan for Debris; Searching on the Ocean Floor; Deadly Crash in California; Colbert to Replace Letterman on CBS; Four Days Since Pings Were Detected; 14 Ships, 10 Aircraft Involved in the Search
• Hope Still Floats for MH 370; Ebola Virus in West Africa
• New Update in the Search for Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; Rising Tensions and Violence Today in Eastern Ukraine
• Australian Prime Minister: "Confident" In Signals; Trying To Track Down Black Boxes; Witnesses: FedEx Truck Afire Before Hitting Bus; Oscar Pistorius Trial; Bubba Burns Up Augusta
• New Update in the Search for Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; Rising Tensions and Violence Today in Eastern Ukraine; Contradictory Statements of Malaysian Police; Side Scan Sonar Devices Used in Search for Flight 370; Passengers' Families Frustration with Malaysian Government; Bluefin Underwater Scanners
• Malaysian Inconsistency Fuels Distrust; What Happens If MH-370 Search Comes Up Empty; Ukraine Crisis Escalates; Four Pings Detected; AUVs for Underwater Search
• Latest Information on the Search for Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
• Search for Malaysia Flight 370; How to Find a Plane on Ocean Floor?; Deadly Bus Crash in California; David Letterman Resigning; Security Changes Anger Flight Crew; Parts Unknown Starts in India; Bubba in Augusta
• Search for Flight 370; Ukraine Police Exchange Gunfire with Pro-Russian Activists Today


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March 29, 2014
• Search Continues for Malaysian Plane; New Satellite Images May Be of Debris from Malaysian Plane; Russian President Contacts President Obama; City in Washington Recovering from Mudslide; Los Angeles Hit by Earthquake
• Ships Retrieve Objects in Search Area; Benefits, Challenges of New Search Area; Challenges Involved in Salvage Operation; Rain Hampers Washington Landslide Rescue; Ships Retrieve New Objects In Search; Families In Anguish Waiting For News
• Search Continues for Malaysian Plane; New Satellite Images May Be of Debris from Malaysian Plane; Russian President Contacts President Obama; City in Washington Recovering from Mudslide
• Debris Found in MH-370 Search Area; Search for Debris Produces No Solid Clues; 17 Deaths Confirmed in Massive Slide
• First Look At Objects Found in Ocean; Search Planes Return to Skies Soon; Grieving Families Get Mixed Massages; Interpol, Malaysia Publicly Fight Over Interpol Passport Database; Objects Retrieved from Debris in Indian Ocean; Kerry to Meet Russia's Lavrov on Ukraine; A Look at MH370's Final Hours; Answering Viewers Questions on MH370; Another Earthquake in Los Angeles Area
• First Look At Objects Found In Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 Search Area
• Ships Retrieve Objects In Search Area; Australia Asserts Control Over Search; Navy Technology; Navy Technology Will Help Find, Identify Debris; Kerry, Lavrov To Meet On Ukraine Crisis; How Is Data Recovered From The "Black Boxes?"; Missing Flight 370: The Legal Case
• Sunday Search Begins in Indian Ocean; Chinese Navy Finds Floating Objects; Grieving Families Get Mixed Messages; Quakes Rattle Southern California
• Mystery of Flight 370; Multiple Quakes Rattle Southern California; More Ships and Planes Deployed in Perth; Kerry to Meet with Russians ROVs to be Deployed for MH-370 Search
• Updates In Search For Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; Multiple Earthquake Aftershocks Felt In Southern California; Washington State Landslide Kills 17, 90 Still Missing
• Search for Flight 370; First Look at Objects Found by Ship; Families of Flight 370 Passengers Grieving; Silence Marks Moment of Killer Landslide
• Search for Missing Flight 370; Back Injury Pushes U.S. Figure Skater; What Does Carter Think of Putin Will Do Next?; Updates In Search For Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight; Search Continues For Survivors Of Killer Landslide In Washington State


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March 22, 2014
• Search Continues for Missing Boeing 777; China Releases Images of Possible Airplane Debris in Indian Ocean; Russia Masses Troops Along Ukrainian Border
• Extending International Search for Malaysian Airline Plane; Purported Transcript of Final Communication of Flight 370 with Ground Control; Continuous Crisis around Crimea; Press Conference of Malaysian Acting Transportation Minister
• Searching for Signs of Flight 370; Chinese Satellite Spots Floating Object; Floating Object Spotted By Chinese Satellite Is 74 Feet Long, 43 Feet Wide; Russian Troops Wait On Ukrainian Border; Are Plane Cockpits Safe Enough?; Flight 370: Front Page News Around The World
• Search Continues for Missing Boeing 777; China Releases Images of Possible Airplane Debris in Indian Ocean; Russia Masses Troops Along Ukrainian Border
• Mystery of Flight 370; Chinese Satellite Spots Floating Object
• MH370 Search Crews in South Indian Ocean; Russian Forces Take Over Crimean Air Base; Ukraine Loses Military Base in Crimea; Mystery of Flight 370; New Leads in Hunt for Flight 370
• Families Lash Out At Malaysian Authorities; Search to Resume Within the Hour; How One Small Sound Could End The Search; Chinese Spot Debris in South Indian Ocean, Search Continues; Technology Could Help Track Missing Planes; Did Emergency Occur Before MH370 Disappeared?
• Mystery of Flight 370; Flight 370 Search Back Under Way; Russian Troops Took Over Bases in Crimea; AUVs to be Deployed
• Chinese Satellite Spots Floating Object; Battery Life Dropping For Locator Beacon; Searching For Signs Of Flight 370; Families Could Bring Legal Claims To Court; Russian Troops Wait On Ukrainian Border
• Search For Malaysian Air 370 Resumes In Southern Indian Ocean; White House Warns Russia It Will Be Held Responsible For Ukrainian troops Hurt In Crimea; Is Satellite Image Part of MH-370?; Simulator Runs Through Fire Scenario; Search for Flight 370 Shows Technology's Limits
• Searching for Signs of Flight 370; Ukraine Pro-Russia Forces Storm Crimean Base;


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March 16, 2014
• Preliminary Results Of Crimea Vote Soon; Investigation Focusing On Flight 370 Pilots; Red Hot Louisville Looks To Repeat
• New Developments Emerge In The Mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
• Some Striking New Developments on Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; Crimean Officials Counting Referendum Votes; Did Someone on Board Divert Missing Plane?
• New Clues in Flight 370 Investigation; U.S. Investigates Crew; Tracking Flight 370; Families Furious with Malaysian Officials; Crimea Votes on Joining Russia; Flight 370 and Legal Ramifications; Flight 370 Joins the Unknowns
• New Developments on Missing Flight 370; Pilot's Flight Simulator Investigated; Families Angry in China; Veteran Pilot Not Convinced Malaysian Airliner Crashed; Focus Turns to Pilots, Crew and Passengers; Crimea Becomes Russia; Father Fears the Worst for His Son
• Striking New Developments on Missing Malaysian Flight 370; 25 Nations Part of Search; Crimea Now Under Russia's Federation
• New Developments On Missing Malaysia Airline Flight; Crimea Now Under Russian Federation
• Authorities Examine Pilot's Flight Simulator; New Details Emerging about Missing Plane; Delta Plane Loses Part of Wing in Flight; Father Fears Worst for His Son
• Missing Plane Mystery; Vast Search for Missing Jet; Focus Shifts on Pilots and Crew; Families Waiting in Agony; U.S. Rejects Results of Crimean Vote; What Happens Next to Crimea?; Missing Plane Trending Online; Looking at Past Flight Mysteries
• Investigators Examine Pilot's Flight Simulation; Search for Plane Spans Water and Land; Crimeans Vote to Join Russia; U.S. Will Not Recognize Crimea Vote Results


March 15, 2014
• Malaysian Airline Plane Still Missing; Pilot Co-Pilot of Missing Malaysian Plane Homes Searched; Interview with Loved One of Former Plane Crash Victim
• Striking New Developments Malaysian Airline Flight 370
• Passengers' Families Wait, Hope; Malaysia: Plane's Turn Appears Deliberate; Key U.N. Vote Ahead of Crimea's Vote; Search Area for Flight 370 Expanded; Malaysia: Plane Disappearance Appears "Deliberate"; Crimea Independence Vote Set For Tomorrow
• New Information Emerges About Missing Malaysian Plane
• More Leads on Malaysian Airlines 370
• Plane Investigators Work Out New Timeline; Inside the Search for Flight 370; Transponder Was Switched Off Before Final Cockpit Transmission of "Alright, Goodnight"; Was Flight 777 Taken By Groups Hostile to China; Last Communication from Flight 370 Came After Tracking System Turned Off; Flight Disappearances Not That Rare; Day Before Crimea Ultimatum, Russian Troops Gather on Border
• U.S. Official: Increasing Focus on Those in Cockpit; Mystery of Flight 370
• Mystery Of Flight 370; Source: Police Searched Pilots' Homes; What Happened To Flight 370?; Group Blames GM For 303 Defect Deaths
• Uncovering New Clues to Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; Police Searched Pilots' Home; Russia Vetoes U.N. Resolution on Crimea; Tracking Flight 370; Meet Wheelchair Pool Champ Mark Jones
• Striking New Developments Emerge In The Mystery of Malaysia Airline Flight 370
• New Developments, Theories On Missing Malaysia Airline Flight 370
• Malaysian Officials Denies Cover-up in Investigation; U.S. Officials Says Malaysian Air's Left-Hand Turn Deliberate; U.S. Official: Increasing Focus on Those in Cockpit; Mystery of Flight 370


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March 08, 2014
• Search for the Perfect Clock; Mystery Surrounding Passenger List; Standoff in Crimea gets more Tense; $1.2M Bond for Mom Who Drove Kids into Ocean; Questions About Identity Of Two Passengers; Search For Missing Malaysian Airliner; Ukraine Team Protests Paralympic Games; Harvard Going Dancing, Win Ivy League; Supreme High Court Considers Deadly Force In Chases; Winter Storms A Blessing For Farmers; Stocks Ended Mixed After Jobs Report
• Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Vanishes; Mystery Surrounding Passenger List; Frantic Families Gather In Beijing; Mom Who Drove Kids Into Ocean Charged; Lawmakers Want Review Of U.S. Intelligence; Did Two Passengers Have Stolen Passports?; Stunning Testimony In "Blade Runner" Trial
• Malaysian Airlines Possible Crash; More Unrest in the Crimea
• Officials: Two Passengers Had Stolen Passports; Kerry Issues New Warning to Lavrov; $1.2 Million Bond For Mom Who Drove Kids Into Ocean; America's Death Penalty Under Scrutiny; "NY Times" Columnist Weighs in on Critics of Obama in Crimea Crisis; CPAC Straw Poll Results Have Big Influence on Voters; Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll
• Malaysia Airlines Flight Disappeared About 26 Hours Ago; John Kerry Talks Tough With Russia's Foreign Minister; President Obama Called Several European Leaders Today To Discuss Ukrainian Crisis; Ebony Wilkerson Charged With Three Attempts Of Third-Degree Murder; What Do Putin's Action Mean?
• Freescale Semiconductor Employees on Missing Malaysian Flight; Malaysian Flight Pilot Recently Interviewed by CNN; Dead Michigan Woman Found due to Foreclosure; Hadiya Pendleton's Parent Start Foundation
• 239 Missing as Jet Vanishes Off Vietnam; $1M+ Bond Set for Mother Accused of Attempted Murder; CPAC Presidential Straw Poll Unveiled; Dead Woman Found Dead after Six Years; Home of the Future; Search for the Perfect Clock
• Search for Missing Airliner; Oil Slicks Spotted in South China Sea; Obama Names Key Calls Today on Ukraine; Interview with Garry Kasparov; Blade Runner Trial
• Frantic Families Gather in Beijing; Did Two Passengers Have Stolen Passports?; German Chancellor Key to Solving Ukraine Crisis?; Sexual Assaults in the Military; Printing Food in 3D
• 239 People On Board Missing Airliner; Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll; Kerry Issues New Warming to Lavrov


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March 01, 2014
• Russian Parliament Votes Authorization for Russia President to Send Troops into Crimea; Russia Recalls Ambassador to U.S.; California Experiencing Severe Storms
• Russian Parliament Votes Authorization for Russia President to Send Troops into Crimea; Interview with Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine; L.A. Prepares for Oscars; U.N. Security Council Meets on Situation in Ukraine.
• President Obama Spoke by Phone with Russian President Putin; Ukrainian Ambassador: 15,000 Russian Troops in Crimea; President Obama: Russia Should Withdraw Forces Back to Bases in Crimea; Interview with Rep. Adam Schiff; How Will U.S. Respond to Ukraine Crisis; Obama, Putin Speak by Phone about Ukraine; Yesterday Obama Warned Russia to Stay Out of Ukraine; What Was Learned 6 Years Ago When Russia Invaded Georgia
• Ukraine Crisis Continues; Russian Troops in Crimea; UN Security Council Emergency Session
• Russia Okays Military Force in Ukraine; Russian Ambassador to U.S. Could Be Recalled; Obama Weighing Options for U.S. In Ukraine; U.N. Security Council to Meet on Ukraine; Russia Okays Military Force in Ukraine; Jason Collins: Nothing Is Different
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• Russia Approves Sending Troops In Ukraine; U.N. Security Council To Meet On Ukraine
• Russia Approves Sending Troops to Ukraine
• Russia Approves Use Of Military Force In Ukraine
• Russia Approves Sending Troops to Ukraine; U.N. Security Council Calls Emergency Meeting; 1945 Yalta Meeting Set Stage For Ukraine; Obama Recognizes Young Staffer; 28 Killed in Knife Attacks in China; One Killed in 104-Vehicle Pileup in Denver; Rain, Mudslides Pound California; Can Russia Back Its Claim on Crimea?


February 28, 2014
• Markets Edging Lower at Open; Ukraine's Ousted President Lashes Out; Clinton Papers Released; Obama and Biden Move; A Jesus Film for a New Generation
• Kerry Kennedy Acquitted of DWI; Secret Clinton Papers Released Today; Matthew McConaughey Up Close; Federal Deficit at Lowest Level since 2008; Churches Buy Out Theaters for "Son of God"
• Ukraine's Ousted President Blames U.S.; California Residents Told To Evacuate Now; Dangerous Cold Blasts Midwest, Northeast; Cause Of Radiation Leak At New Mexico Federal Radioactive Waste Site Still Unknown; Supreme Court Secretly Filmed In Session; Helping "Young Men Of Color" Succeed
• Ukraine's Ousted President Lashes Out; Russian Warship Docked 90 Miles from U.S.; Dangerous Cold Blasts Midwest, Northeast; 911 Tapes of New Jersey Bridge Scandal Released; American Economy Losing Steam; A Sneak Peek at the Oscars
• Crisis in Ukraine; Kerry Kennedy Acquitted; Oscar Preview
• Gunmen Surround Crimean TV Station; Memos Reveal Clinton White House Secrets; "Politico" Profiles Biden; Ex-NFL Star Surrenders on New Rape Charges; CNN Heroes -- Community Crusader; Medical Examiner's Report on Philip Seymour Hoffman; Openly Gay Jason Collins Says No Change in Locker Room
• Papers Shine Light On Clinton White House; Armed Men At Ukraine Airports Trigger Tensions Between Russia And United States; Kerry Kennedy Acquitted In DWI Trial; Southern California Braces For Mudslides; Two Men, Two Dogs Saves In Swift Water Rescue
• Seth Rogen Blasts Senators For Skipping His Testimony On Alzheimer's Disease; Man Pronounced Dead Wakes Up In Body Bag; Brooke's First Mardi Gras Adventure; Inside "El Chapo's" Safe Houses


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February 25, 2014
• Governor Brewer to Decide on Bill Fate; McCain Urges Arizona Governor to Veto Bill; 2013 Best Year for Home Prices; California Kids Battle Polio-type Illness; Planned Military Cuts Stir Uneasiness; Security Increased at U.S. Embassy in Kiev; Arizona Business Leaders Urge Veto of Controversial Bill; Bill Clinton Hits Campaign Trail
• Ford to Switch Sync Service; Opening Bell on Wall Street; Ukraine Delays Forming New Government; Acetaminophen Study; Cleveland Kidnapping Victims Honored; Victims Suing over Indiana Deck Collapse; Capturing the World's Most Wanted Drug Lord; Seth Meyers Makes "Late Night" Debut
• Arizona Governor Has Until End Of The Week To Decide On Religious Freedom Bill; Consumer Confidence Falls From 5-Month High; Nugent Says He's Done With Name Calling; Duke Energy To Get Coal Ash Petitions Today; Samsung Unveils Galaxy S5 Smartphone
• Arizona Governor to Decide on the Religious Freedom Bill; Facebook Top Car Picks; Breakfast Wars Heat Up; Seth Meyers Debuts on "Late Night"; Pilot Survives Mid Air Bird Collisions
• Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal; Arizona Religion Bill; Castle Owner Shot; Disney Raises Prices
• Arizona Controversy; U.S. Sending Marines to Ukraine
• GM Expands U.S. Recall Of 1.4 Million Cars Including Saturn, Chevy, Pontiac Models; Bill Clinton Back On The Campaign Trail; Consumer Reports Likes Tesla Models; Home Prices Rose 11.3 Percent In 2013; Greene: "Wolf Of Wall Street" Cost Me My Job; Judy Garland's Children To Reunite At Oscars; A Star Whose Hits Touched All Ages
• Boehner Criticizes Obama; Nugent on ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT; Kerry Kennedy DUI Trial; Women With BRCA1 Advised to Remove Ovaries; CA Doctors Stumped by Polio-Like Illness; Crowe Wants Pope to See "Noah"; Leopard on Loose in India


February 24, 2014
• Drug Lord Caught; Supreme Court Cases; 2016 Hopefuls; Health Emergencies after Carbon Monoxide Leaks; Winter Returns
• Report: Army Shrinking to Pre-WWII Levels; Awed Ukraine Civilians Tour Lavish Palace; Holder Calls For Data Breach Disclosure Law; Bird Smashes Through Cockpit Window; Elderly Man Hit After Road Rage Incident; U.S. Seeks To Extradite Mexican Drug Lord; Arizona Governor Has Until End Of The Week To Sign Religious Freedom Bill
• Taliban Suspend Talks over Captive Soldier; In Uganda, Being Gay is Now a Crime; Netflix, Comcast Team Up to Boost Speed; Olympic Medalist Rescues Stray Dogs; Obama Hosts Governors at White House
• Army Shrinking to Pre-World War II Levels; Ukraine's Ousted President Faces Arrest; Netflix Deals with Comcast to Improve Streaming; Sochi Winter Olympics Comes to an End; Jason Collins Takes the Court; Arizona Bill Goes after LGBT Community; NFL Bans Slurs on the Field
• Detroit Police Chief Death Threat; Harold Ramis Dies; Iconic Tagline Replaced; Ukraine President Vanishes
• Republican Senate Candidate Under Fire; Harold Ramis Dies
• Military Troop-Levels to Be Cut; Band Mangles National Anthem; Oil Spill in Mississippi River; Devotional Book Saves Bus Driver From Bullets; Susan Rice Appears on Sunday Show; McFaul on Ukraine and U.S.-Russian Relations; Dr. Drew's Daughter Speaks About Her Eating Disorders
• Jeopardy! "Villain" Returns To The Show; Baldwin Wrote Seething Op-Ed In "New York" Magazine; New Signs Jeb Bush May Be Considering A Run For The Republican Nomination; Boy Escapes Restraints After Home Invasion


February 23, 2014
• Jason Collins Signed To Brooklyn Nets For 10-Day Deal; "El Chapo" In Police Custody; Ukraine Faces Uncertain Future; 2014 Olympics Closing Ceremony; What is the Polar Vortex?; Nebraska Ruling Jeopardizes Keystone Pipeline; Daytona 500 In Rain Delay; Gay Player In Spotlight At NFL Showcase; The Science Behind Turbulence; Touring Cool Places In Atlanta; Lobbying A Family Business In Washington
• Gas Leak At Legal Sea Foods In Huntington, New York Kills One, Sickens 19; "El Chapo" Captured At Mexican Resort; Ukraine's President Victor Yanukovych Voted Out Of Office; Supreme Court To Take Up Gun Rights Case On Monday; Tornado Warning Threatens Daytona Speedway; Jason Collins To Sign Short-Term Contract With Brooklyn Nets
• Tornado Warning at Daytona; Brooklyn Nets Signs Jason Collins; Ukraine's Search for New Leader; Carbon Monoxide Poisoning at NY Restaurant; World's Oldest Known Holocaust Survivor Dies At 110 Years Old; Yulia Tymoshenko's Hair: A Purposeful Statement; 3-D Printer Fashion - The Next Possible Trend
• NBA Player Jason Collins To Make History Tonight; DeBlasio Off To A Rough Start; Legal Sea Foods In New York Has Carbon Monoxide Leak; Obama Hosts Governors at the White House; What's in a Natural Ingredient?; Winter Olympic Games in Sochi Closes; Russia's Future with Ukraine; America's Olympic Highs and Lows
• Will Arizona Governor Sign Anti-Gay Bill?; Will Violent Protests in Ukraine & Venezuela End?; Jason Collins Joins Brooklyn Nets; This Week's Must-See TV; Oscar Film Focuses on Forgiveness; Honoring War Heroes


February 22, 2014
• Ukrainian Parliament Votes Ukrainian President Out of Office; Arizona Congress Proposes Controversial Gay Discrimination Bill; Winter Olympics Continue; Federal Government Denies Help to Drought Stricken Areas of California; Photographer Helps Woman with Sick Infant; Leader of LGBT Conservative Group Leaves Republican Party in Protest; Travel Spots in Atlanta Profiled
• Ukraine Protesters Topple Lenin Statutes; Ukraine's President Leaves Capital; Arizona Bill: Freedom or Discrimination?; Ted Nugent's Rant Rattles GOP Leaders; Noose Placed On James Meredith Statue; Sam Could Become NFL's First Openly Gay Player; USA Hockey Team Facing Finland For Bronze; Olympic Skier Adopts Five Dogs From Sochi; How California's Drought Affects You; Colorado Marijuana Sales Are Booming
• Openly Gay NFL Prospect Speaks to Media; Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Speaks to Crowd of Protestors; Arizona Congress Proposes Controversial Gay Discrimination Bill; Colorado Tax Revenue from Legal Pot Sales Used for Education
• American Dead Found in Train Tunnel; Racism at Ole Miss; Turmoil in Ukraine; El Chapo Captured; Facebook Gets WhatsApp for $19 Billion; Inside the Mind of A Psychopath; How to Build an Olympian
• Top Drug Lord Captured in Mexico; Alleged Ring Leader Faces 20 Years in Prison; NYPD Fails to Translate Murdered Mom's Warning; California Drought Cold Impact Grocery Bill; Ted Nugent Makes Apology; Arrest Expected for Students Putting Noose on Civil Rights Icon Statue; United Flight 1676 Plummeted After Hitting Turbulence
• One Of World's Biggest Drug Kingpins Back In Police Custody; Michael Sam Speaks Out; Former Prime Minister Of Ukraine Freed, Mom Shames Daughter Via Social Media
• Color-Blind Or Color Biased?; Ukraine's President Flees Capital; Juror: Dunn Trial Wasn't About Race
• Arizona Bill: Freedom Or Discrimination?; FBI Investigates Ole Miss Noose Incident; Ukraine's Parliament Votes President Out; Michael Sam Meets NFL Scouts Today; Francis And Benedict Embrace At Vatican; People Shot In Streets In Ukraine; Baby In Roadside Rescue Stable; USA Hockey Loses To Finland For Bronze; "El Chapo" Guzman Busted In Joint Operation; Juror Speak Out On "Loud Music" Verdict; American Student Found Dead In Italy
• Mexican Drug Lord Captures by Police; Arizona Law, Freedom or Discrimination; Ukraine's Former Prime Minister Out of Jail; College Players Show Off Skills to NFL; Public Enemy Number One Under Arrest; U.S. Falls Behind Russia in Medal Count; Ukrainian Parliaments Votes Yanukovych Out as President
• One Of World's Biggest Drug Kingpins Back In Police Custody; Michael Sam Speaks Out; Yulia Tymoshenkoa, Former Ukraininan Prime Minister, Freed; U.N. Releases Disturbing Report Comparing Alleged Atrocities From North Korea; Changing The "Locker Room" Mentality; No Letup In Violent Unrest In Venezuela


February 21, 2014
• Nugent's Anti-Obama Slam Tests GOP; Under Armour Extends Speedskating Deal; Dunn Trial Juror Speaks; Peace Deal in Ukraine; Nugent's Anti-Obama Slam
• Juror 8: "I think He's Guilty of Murder"; NFL's Growing Image Problem; Unconscious Baby Saved in Highway Rescue; Christie Passes on Dinner with Obama; Deciding which Flights are Delayed and Why; Michelle Obama on "The Tonight Show"
• Key Bombmaker Tied to U.S. Flight Threat; American Skater Feels Ripped Off by Judges; Colorado to Make $184 Million From Pot Tax; Mortgage Bailout Profitable for Taxpayers
• American Ashley Wagner Suggests Russian Skaters' Scores Were Inflated Unfairly; Al Qaeda Linked To Shoe Bomb Threat; 20-Car Pileup Shuts Down Illinois Highway; Severe Storm Threat For Northeast; Colorado To Make $184M From Pot Tax; Critics: Is the Water Safe?; Arizona Bill Could Allow Businesses To Legally Deny Service To Gay Customers
• Noose at Ole Miss; Baby Stops Breathing on Jammed Road; Canada Beats U.S. in Hockey; Christie and the GOP
• Christie Leads GOP Govs To Fundraising Record; Report: WCBS Video Shows NYC Mayor's Caravan Speeding, Ignoring Stop Signs; Ukraine Rivals Sign Peace Deal, But Rioters Remain On Bloodied Streets; First Lady On Daughters: They Want Nothing To Do With Us, They Really Want Normalcy; Nugent: "I Apologize" For Obama Remarks; San Francisco Giants Fan Beater Released; Feds Immediately Arrest Him Again
• Arizona Passes Controversial Law; Michele Bachmann: U.S. Not Ready for Female President
• "Loud Music" Murder Trial Juror Speaks; Michelle Obama on "Tonight Show"; CNN Hero Feeds Children; Miami Photog Snaps Pic of Baby CPR


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February 18, 2014
• U.S. Diplomacy Stumbles in Syrian Crisis; Propane Prices; McConnell and Paul Team Up; McConnell, Paul Team up in Kentucky; Fallon Takes Over "Tonight Show"
• What Does your Music Say About You?; New San Diego Mayor Gives Boost to GOP; ADHD Drugs Don't Always Help Grades; Obama to Call for Fuel Efficiency for Trucks; Ashley Wagner Skates Towards Redemption
• Salt Suppliers Struggling To Keep Up With Demand As Snow Piles Up; Snow, Then Rain Today In NYC; Five Injured In Violent Plane Turbulence; Schools Struggle To Make Up Snow Days; "Loud Music" Shooter Says He's The Victim; Pandora Knows More About You; U.N. Report Details Horrible Abuses In North Korea
• Driver Dozes Off; U.S. Trying To Secure Bergdahl's Release; Lack Of Spying Details A Mistake; Clapper Defends NSA Spying; Interview with Rep. Peter King; Nugent Stumps For GOP; Ted Nugent's Remarks; Obama Wants $1B for Climate Change
• ISIS Defector Vows to Take Down Group; Ambassador: Assad Failed His Own People; Malala Brings Education Campaign to Syrian Refugees; Venezuelan Opposition Leader Arrested; Report: Iran Blamed for Hacking Attack; Interview with Wendy Sherman
• Incognito Apologizes to Martin; U.S. Negotiates with Taliban; Venezuela Arrests Opposition Leader; Another Snowstorm; Babies Born Using IVF; Chicago Student Found Dead
• Violence in Ukraine; Extreme Turbulence; Protests in Venezuela
• Protests in Kiev; Oppo Leader Arrested Amid Venezuela Protests; DNI Clapper Tries to Shift Blame to Bush Admin for NSA Spying; More Winter Weather for Northeast; Hollywood Turns to the Bible
• Snow then Rain Happening Across the U.S.; Violent Turbulence Causes Flight's Rough Landing; Historic Day Helps U.S. in Sochi Medal Count; Woman Claims to be a Serial Killer; Maker of Candy Crush Files for IPO
• Fallon's "Tonight Show" Reign Begins; Dunn Jailhouse Call: "I'm The F--Ing Victim"; Iran Nuke Talks Begin In Syria; Obama Hosting Clooney, "Monuments Men" Tonight


February 17, 2014
• George Zimmerman Speaks To CNN; Prosecutors To Seek new Trial For Dunn; Backlash Over "Stand Your Ground" Law; Kickstarter Urges Users To Change Passwords After Cyber Attack Compromises Personal Data
• Vermont Lawmakers: Halt Propane Exports; Co-Pilot Hijacks Airliner, Seeks Asylum; Travel Insider: Fort Lauderdale; McCain: U.S.- Syrian Policy "Abysmal Failure"; Rare Glimpse of Islamist Group's Brutal Tactics; Obama Talks with Barkley
• Obama Talks Gay Rights; Hijacked Plane Was Headed from Ethiopia to Rome; McCain Says U.S. Syria Policy Abysmal Failure; Refugee Boy Crossed Desert Alone; ISIS Rebels Leave Behind Trail of Terror; No Military in Syria; Romney's Clinton Comments
• Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell Together at Events; Pandora Turning Music Choices into Profit; New Report Accuses North Koreans of Crimes Against Humanity; Top-Ranked First Ladies; Evolution of Online Dating
• Woman Claims She's A Serial Killer; Barkley Interviews Obama; Colorado Avalanche; Dunn Found Guilty of Attempted Murder
• Woman Confesses to Serial Killings; Will Florida Man Face Murder Retrial?
• Snake-Handling Pastor Killed by Snake; ADHD Drugs Don't Work Long-Term; Eisenhower Tree Removed After Ice Damage; Kerry's Harsh Words for Syria, Russia; Ellen Page, Gay, But Brave?
• Co-Pilot Hijacks Airliner; Michael Dunn Guilty on Second-Degree Murder, Not on First; George Zimmerman Speaks Out; Obama Talks Healthcare, Hoops with Barkley
• Bode Miller Defends Reporter after Interview; Banks Cleared to Accept Pot Businesses; Banks Cleaned to Accept Pot Business; Avalanche Kills Two Skiers in Colorado; Jimmy Fallon Debuts as "Tonight Show" Host
• Mixed Reactions For "Loud Music" Verdict; Pandora ID's Dems And Repubs By Music; Bode Miller Breaks Down After Medal Win; U.S. Olympian Adopts Stray Sochi Puppies; George Zimmerman: I Will Never Be "Free"; Fallon's "Tonight Show" Debuts Tonight


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February 15, 2014
• Jury Deliberating in Michael Dunn Trial; Snow Storms Continue to Hit Parts of U.S.; California Suffering Severe Drought; Kansas Legislation Seen As Discriminatory Against Gay Couples; U.S. Beats Russia in Olympic Hockey Game; Actress Ellen Page Comes Out as Gay; Jimmy Fallon Takes Over "Tonight Show"
• Jury Continues Deliberating in Michael Dunn Murder Trial; Snow Storms Continue to Hit Parts of U.S.; U.S. Beats Russia in Olympic Hockey Game
• "Loud Music" Jury Asks about Self-Defense; Northeast Braces for Another Winter Storm; U.S.A. Beats Russia 3-2 in Hockey Shootout Win; Russia Ok's New Anti-Gay Adoption Ban; Obama Shifting Focus to Foreign Policy; "Juno" Actress Ellen Page Says She's Gay; Syria's War From The Front Lines; Winter Weather Is Driving People Crazy; Beer Saves Town From Drought; Oscar Pistorius Case One Year Later
• Northeast Braces For Yet Another Winter Storm; Hockey Team USA Beats Russia; Gay Couples in Virginia Welcome Federal Court Ruling That Strikes Down Ban On Same-Sex Marriage; No Decision From Jury In Michael Dunn Trial Yet; John Oliver: Star Athlete
• Michael Dunn Trial; Team USA At Sochi
• "Loud Music" Murder Trial Has Reached A Verdict on Four of the Five Counts; Jury Deadlocked On Murder Charge Against Michael Dunn
• Spoiler Alert: USA Versus Russia In Hockey; "Loud Music" Jury Asks About Self Defense; 500 Plus Flights Already Canceled Today; USA Beats Russia 3-2 In Hockey Shootout Win; Barkley Goes One On One With Obama; Experts: Wild Weather Patterns Connected; Report: Bullying On Miami Dolphins Team; "Loud Music" Jury Asks About Self-Defense; Law Firms Fights Only For Men
• Michael Dunn Found Guilty on Four Charges
• Dunn Found Guilty on Four Counts
• Dunn Convicted On Attempted Murder, Hung Jury On Murder Charge In "Loud Music" Trial
• Awaiting Verdict on Loud Music Trial; Travelers Frustrated by Cancellations; Highlights from Sochi; New Tough Talk from White House on Syria; NFL Player Harassed Teammate; Window Cleaning at World's Tallest Building


February 14, 2014
• Major Accident on Pennsylvania Turnpike; Momentary Respite from Storm for Northeast; Judge Denies Jury's Request to See Dummy of Jordan Davis; Johnny Weir Mum on Gay Rights at Sochi?; New Photos, Comments in "Blade Runner" Case
• Snowstorm Delays Valentine's Day Deliveries; Massive Crash Shuts Pennsylvania Turnpike; Jury Resumes Talks in "Loud Music" Trial; Obama Speaks at House DEMs Conference
• 49 States Awaken to Snow Today; Power Outages in 16 States and D.C.; Suits Costing Team USA Medals?; General Motors Recall Some Old Cars; Son-In-Law Charged in Deadly Package Bomb; Consumers, Lawmakers Blast Comcast Deal
• New Storm Targets Midwest, East Coast; Report: NSA Memo Says Snowden Stole Colleague's Password To Access Info; Son-in-Law Charged In Deadly Package Bomb; CEO: U.S. Poor Would Be Wealthy In India; About 30 Vehicles Involved In Two Crashes; Student May Have Spread Measles; GM Recalls 780,000 Cars For Faulty Ignition; Virginia Same- Sex Marriage Ban Overturned; Justice Department Investigates Death Of Texas Man; Massive Crash Shuts Pennsylvania Turnpike
• Did Edward Snowden Have Help?; Legal Marijuana; Arrest Made in Package Bomb Case
• Facebook's 50 Gender Options; Scientists Grow Human Lungs; U.S. Speed Skaters Blame Suit Design Flaw; PetSmart Teams Up to Offer Canine Companions to Vets; Winter Storms Ruin Valentine Florists; Pope Meets Couples; 94-Year-Old With Dating Advice
• Banks Allowed to Take Money from Marijuana Businesses; Air Travel Disaster on Valentine's Day; Al Roker's Apology to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio; Richard Parker Charged for his Parents-in-Law Death; New Investigation of Bullying in NFL; Michael Dunn's Case: Jury's Still Deliberating
• "Fastest Suits In The World" Slowing U.S. Down?; Algorithm Of Love: Dating Profile Tips; Obama Talks Strategy With Dems; GM Issues Recall For Deadly Ignition Problem


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February 08, 2014
• Winter Olympics Commence in Sochi, Russia; American Wins Gold Medal in Snow Boarding; Russian Cyber-Security an Issue for Olympics; Man Accused of Murder in Movie Theater not Granted Bail; Trial Continues for Man Accused of Killing Teen over Loud Music; Rand Paul Criticizes Democratic Support for Bill Clinton; Interview with Author Cokie Roberts; Woody Allen Writes Op-Ed Denying Child Molestation Accusations
• Winter Olympics Commence in Sochi, Russia; Woody Allen Writes Op-Ed Denying Child Molestation Accusations; Business Hit by Bad Weather; California Suffering Drought; Attorney General to Announce New Federal Policy on Gay Marriage
• Eric Holder To Make Major Announcement On Same-Sex Marriages; Sage Kotsenburg Wins First Olympic Gold For Team USA; Heroin Use Becomes Epidemic On Long Island; Carmen Carrera - Rising Star In The Fashion World; Man Accused Of Killing Teen Over "Loud Music"; Snow Slams Northern California
• Heroin: A Century of Seduction
• Kenneth Bae Has Been Held By North Korean Government Since November 3, 2012; Twenty Three Americans Held Captive Abroad; Witness Testify in Michael Dunn Case; Kotsenburg Wins Gold; Russian Tweets Controversial Racial Photo of Obama
• Torch Lighter Sent Racist Obama Tweet; Man Accused of Killing Teen over "Loud Music"; Woody Allen: "I did not Molest Dylan"; Paul Revives Monica Lewinsky Affair Talk; U.S. Snowboarder Earns First Gold Of Games; Hijacker Tries To Take Plane To Sochi; Team USA Hires Extra Security In Sochi; Wallenda Attempts Georgia Dome Feat
• Suspected Militants Killed In Dagestan; U.S. Clinches First Olympic Gold Medal; Olympic Sponsors Back Equality For All; Woody Allen: "I Did Not Molest Dylan"; DNA Evidence Overturns Convictions; Olympics A Pinnacle For Putin; Ring Glitch Not Shown In Russia; Friends Testify In "Loud Music Trial"; Three Suspects Plead Not Guilty In Hoffman Case; MLK Children Fight Over His Bible And Nobel Prize
• Update In Michael Dunn Murder Trial; Attorney General Eric Holder To Make Announcement On Same-Sex Marriage; President Obama Asks Americans To Pay For Kenneth Bae During National Prayer Breakfast; Castaway's Rough Road To Recovery; Woody Allen: "I Did Not Molest Dylan"; Bombshell Runaway Model Was Born A Boy; Legendary Runnyman Jay Leno Signs Off
• Man Kills Florida Teen over Loud Music; U.S. Snowboarder Snags First Winter Gold; Woody Allen Speaks Out about Abuse Allegations; Snipers Attack California Power Plant; Life-Saving Drug Used for Heroin Overdose; Heroin Use Skyrocketing in U.S.; Wallenda's Newest Hire Wire Attempt


February 07, 2014
• Jobs Report Reaction; Credit Card Signatures; Jay Leno Farewell; 113K New Jobs in January, Below Forecasts; Freestyle Skier Heidi Kloser Injured
• Inside the Hack; Boehner Casts Doubt on Immigration Reform; Leno Says Goodbye to "Tonight Show"
• Jobless Rate Drops; Russians Spying on Olympic Visitors?; Lesbian Kisses in Sochi Games?; Interview with Joe Biden
• Passenger Wanted Plan Diverted to Sochi; Attempted Hijacking Ends in Turkey; Jobless Rate at Its Lowest Level in Five Years; VP Biden Interviewed
• Biden Discusses Path to Citizenship; Biden Considers 2016 Presidential Run; Biden Compares LaGuardia to Third-World Country; Rand Paul Criticizing Clinton over Lewinsky Affair; U.S. Accuses Russia of Posting Nuland Call Online; Jay Leno Ends "Tonight Show" Run.
• Jobs Numbers Released; Threat Made Against Toronto Mayor; Attempted Hijacking
• White House Lockdown After Fence-Jumper; Missing Baby Found in Wisconsin; Sochi Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony; Amazon's 100 Books Everyone Should Read; Justin Bieber Night on the Town in Atlanta; Cannabis College in Tampa
• Hijacker Attempts to Take Over Commercial Airliner; Man Shot, Killed Inside Movie Theater
• Court To View Theater Shooting Video; Fewer Jobs Created In January Than Expected; Interview with Labor Secretary Perez; Senate Blocks Long Term Unemployment Aid; Biden: NYC's LaGuardia Like A "Third World Country"; Olympics Opening Ceremony Begins Next Hour; A Father's Plea To Facebook
• Weak January For Jobs, Only 113,000 Created; Baby Kayden Found Alive Taken From Room Where Parents Were Sleeping; Obama Signs Farm Bill That Cuts Subsidies In Favor of Crop Insurance, Slashes Food Stamps; Snipers Hit Power Hub, Raising Terrorism Fears; Facebook Honors Dad's Emotional Plea To See His Late Son's "Look Back" Video; Blackfish Film Still Stirs SeaWorld Backlash


February 06, 2014
• National Prayer Breakfast; Loud Music Trial; Twitter Stocks Drop Despite Strong Sales; "Affluenza" Teen won't Do Time
• Russia Saying No to Chobani Yogurt; President Obama Addresses National Prayer Breakfast
• Experts: Beware of Hackers at Olympics; Court to Show Movie Theater Shooting Video; Jay Leno Ends "Tonight Show" Run
• U.S. Warns Airlines of Toothpaste Bombs; 750K Without Power in Pennsylvania; CDC: All West Virginia Water Okay to Drink; Bieber's Flight Troubles; Billionaire: "The One Percent Work Harder"
• Boehner Says Immigration Delay Obama's Fault; Warning About Toothpaste Explosives; Sochi Protected By Ring Of Steel; USOC Says Safety Is Primary Concern; Massive Security Force Around Games; Discussing Sochi Security; Interview with Mike McCaul; GOP in 2016
• Concerns Over Olympic Security; Interview with Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger; Terrorist May Conceal Bombs in Toothpaste, Cosmetics; Political Impact of Bridgegate Obvious to Christie.
• Toothpaste Bombs; 1989 Cold Case; Jay Leno Ends 22-year Run; Castaway in Hospital; Movie Theater Shooting
• Olympic Terror Threat; Leno's Final Show
• Leno's Last Tonight Show Tonight; Loud Music Murder Trial Begins; Senate Dems Distance Themselves From Obama for Elections; Alaska Rape Rate Highest in Nation
• Boehner: Trust In Obama At Issue; Senate Again Fails To Advance Unemployment Bill; MLK Children Fight Over His Bible, Nobel Prize; Who To Watch: U.S. Olympic Athletes; Phone Apps Redefine Dating Game


February 05, 2014
• Apologies and Answers; Olympic City Not Ready; Obama: Wage Gap "Fundamental Threat" to U.S.
• Seventh Storm for Midwest and New England; CVS to Stop Selling Tobacco Products; Four Arrested in Hoffman Drug Probe; Bombing Suspect Killed in Police Shootout; White House Fires Back at Obamacare Jobs Report
• White House Pushes back on Drone Report; Four Arrested in Hoffman Drug Probe; How Can U.S. Fight Heroin Abuse?; Olympic City not Ready; Chili Peppers: Halftime Show was Mimed
• New Storm Hammers 120 Million Americans; Brutal Winter Takes an Economic Toll; CVS Will Stop Selling Tobacco Products; Navy Investigating Creating ON Nuclear Exams; White House Fires Back At Obamacare Jobs Report; Bombing Suspect Killed In Police Shootout; Several Athletes Hurt On Slopestyle Course
• Obama Huddles with Senate Democrats; Creating an AIDS-Free Generation; Another Storm Ravages the Northeast; CVS to Halt Tobacco Sales
• John Kerry Talks Middle East Peace; Obamacare to Cost Millions of Jobs; Is Sochi Ready for Olympics; Fisherman Lost at Sea Returns
• Boston Hit with Snow; Americans Dealing with Storm; Four Arrested in Hoffman Investigation; Seinfeld on Diversity in Comedy; Sochi Still Building
• CVS to Stop Selling Cigarettes; George Zimmerman in Boxing Ring; Olympic Preparations Continue
• Report -- Convicted Criminals May Be Foster Parents in MA; IRS Head Testifies Before Congress; Tapper Interviews John Kerry; Clay Aiken Running for Congress; Shaun White Drops One Event in Olympics; Report -- Bieber and Entourage Smoked Pot, Verbally Abusive to Flight Crew
• Clay Aiken Running For Congress; Fans: "Biggest Loser" Winner Is Too Thin; Parents Of Teen Found Dead At School


February 04, 2014
• Market Tumbles; Escaped Murderer Captured; Some GOP Donors Eye Mitt and Christie Fears; New Terror Threat for Olympians
• Facebook Celebrates 10 Years; "American Promise"; Christie: I Knew Nothing about Bridge Closure; Puppy Bowl Steals the Show
• What's Behind the Markets Tumbling; Philip Seymour Hoffman's Final Hours; Microsoft Names New CEO; Interview with Natalie Tennant; Woody Allen's Attorney Blaming Mia Farrow
• Investigation into Water Contamination; Senate Looks into Massive Data Breach; Dow Rebounds After Heavy Losses; Christie Taking New Questions; Possible Job Loss Due to Obamacare; Christie on Scandal; Clinton Leads Christie; Obama Approval Rating
• Karzai Allegedly Holding Secret Talks with Taliban; Gene Sperling Talks Getting Schools Online, Obamacare; Did Kerry Admit U.S. Policy Failure in Syria?; Interview with Gene Sperling
• Obamacare Affects Labor Market; Cancer Predictions; Heart Risks; Hoffman's Drugs; Tennessee Plane Crash; Credit Fraud Solution
• Winter Costs; Philip Seymour Hoffman's Final Hours
• Target CFO On Hill Over Data Breach; Wall Street Seeks Bounce From Big Selloff; Paralyzing Snowstorm To Hit Northeast; Woody Allen Denies Molestation, Blames Ex-Wife; Cracking The "Manning Code"; Poll: Obama Approval Edges Higher; Facebook Celebrates 10 Years
• Pimps Arrested During Super Bowl Game; Republican Lawmaker Calls Out Obama's Marijuana Policy Very Publicly; Facebook Celebrates Tenth Year Anniversary
• Woody Allen's Lawyer: Accuser Brainwashed; Vanity Fair Praised For Diverse Cover; Mother Loses Both Sons to Guns 19 Days Apart; $1 Trillion Farm Bill Expected To Pass; Clinton Surges In New CNN/ORC Poll; City Sues "Meetme" App Over Children's Safety


February 03, 2014
• No Sign of a Rebound; House Arrest for Black Widows; Olympic Hotels Not Ready; Christie Slams Claims of Bridge "Evidence"; Autopsy Today for Philip Seymour Hoffman; 40,000 plus Flights Canceled in January
• N.E. Snow Storm Cancels Over 1,000 Flights; Christie Slams Claims of Bridge "Evidence"; Armless Teen Football Star Goes to Super Bowl; "Time Machine" and "Cowboy Kid" Win Doritos
• Report: 49,000 Plus Flights Canceled In January; Manhunt On For Escaped Convicted Killer; Autopsy Today For Philip Seymour Hoffman; Christie Aides Face Subpoena Deadline Today; Seahawks Rout Broncos To Win Super Bowl; Joe Namath Blasted For Wearing Fur Coat; Jerry Seinfeld Back At New York Diner; Abortion Rate Lowest Since 1973; When Will Wall Street Bounce Back?; House Arrest For Olympics "Black Widows"
• Credit Cards of Hotel Guests Hacked; Autopsy today for Philip Seymour Hoffman; Bruno Mars Kicks off Sunday Half-Time Show; Dylan Farrow: Woody Allen Sexually Assaulted Me; Who Won the Super Bowl Ad Wars?
• Market Losses; Russian House Arrests; Hoffman Remembered; Christie Battles Bridgegate Accuser; Update Today On Sandy Relief Funds; Christie Fires Back At Accuser; Snowstorm Strands Super Bowl Attendees; This Year's Market Plunge
• Romney Gaining Momentum for 2016 Election; Obama to Visit Saudi Arabia, Will Discuss Iran, Syria; Olympics Security at All-Time High.
• Hoffman's Death; Escaped Murderer; Dylan Farrow's Alleged Abuse; Snow in Northeast
• Dow Drops; Philip Seymour Hoffman Dies; Jury Selection Begins in Florida Teen Shooting Case
• Alabama Jeweler Loses on Super Bowl Safety; Winter Storm Hits Northeast, Stranding Super Bowl Travelers; Giuliani Defends Christie Against Latest Charges; Philip Seymour Hoffman's Legacy; Recovering Heroin Addict Discusses Her Addiction; Many Hoffman Film Projects Now in Limbo
• The Business Of Being Bruno Mars; Super Bowl Moments: Hits And Misses; Hotels Unfinished As Athletes Arrive In Sochi; Christie E-mail Attacks Accuser; Coaches From "Tykes" TV Show Suspended


February 02, 2014


February 01, 2014
• New Evidence May Emerge in New Jersey Bridge Scandal; Interview with New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone; New York Increases Security ahead of Super Bowl; Cold Weather Affects Parts of U.S.; California Undergoing Water Shortages; Amanda Knox Found Guilty by Italian Court; Effect of Marijuana Legalization on Voting Analyzed; Jay Leno Stepping Down from "Tonight Show"
• New York and New Jersey Prepare for Super Bowl; Governor Christie Facing New Charges in Bridge Closing Scandal; Former Boy Scouts Charged for Knocking Over Ancient Rock Formation; Stock Market Dips in January; Russia Prepares for Winter Olympics in Sochi; Iran Turns Former American Embassy into Museum
• Police Will Watch Super Bowl From Above; Fans Warned of Counterfeit Merchandise
• Authorities Prepare For Super Bowl; Chris Christie Facing New Allegations; Amanda Knox Convicted Of Meredith Kercher's Murder Again In Italy; Exclusive Interview With Antoinette Tuff
• Security High in NYC and Sochi; U.S. Puts Final Touches on Sochi, NFL Hall of Famer Helps Troops; NYPD to End "Stop and Frisk"; Best Gear for Cold-Weather Super Bowl; Former TSA Screener Telling All
• Governor Christie Faces New Allegations; Keeping The Super Bowl Safe; Ex-Scout Leaders Charged For Toppling Rock; Gunfire Wounds Eight In Bangkok Protests; How To Keep The Super Bowl Safe; Justin Beiber's Plane Searched; Meat Loaf Defends Justin Bieber: Knox: I Won't Go "Willingly" Back To Italy; U.S. Seeks Death Penalty In Boston Bombings; Omaha Gets Free Publicity From Manning's Shouts
• Authorities Prepare For Super Bowl; Former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley In Intensive Care Tonight; Florida Chemist Accused Of Tampering With Police Evidence; Interview With Joe Montanta; Who is Dzhokhar Tsarnaev; Alleged Evidence Against Christie in Bridgegate; Achievements of 14-Year-Old Kicker With No Arms
• Governor Chris Christie Faces New Allegations; Keeping the Super Bowl Safe; Amanda Knox Vows to Fight Conviction; Ex-Scouts Leader Charges for Toppling Rock; Florida Evidence Tampering Investigation; Final Preps for Super Bowl Sunday; Super Commercial Preview at the Super Bowl; CNN Viewers Training for Triathlon; Firefighters Stayed Put as Man Died; U.S. Women Ski Jumpers Make It to Olympics
• Final Preps For Super Bowl Sunday; "Super Bowl Boulevard" Takes Over Times Square; Dow Pressured By Emerging Market Woes; Scarlett Johansson In Political Controversy; Film Traces Two Friends' Road To Excellence; Armless Kicker's NFL Dream; Governor Christie Faces New Allegations


January 31, 2014
• Obama Meets with CEOs; Amanda Knox Convicted Again; Interview with Dennis Rodman; Georgia Governor Accepts Blame for Storm Response
• Dow Drops Sharply; Feds Seek Death Penalty; Second Cruise Ship Illness; Interview with Sam Polk; Gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday
• Obama's Meeting with the Top Business Leaders; Salt Lake Students See Their Lunches Thrown Away by School Officials; Outbreak of Overdose Deaths in Pennsylvania; Isaac Lufkin, an Armless Football Player Brings Wins to his Team
• House Leaders Outline Immigration Plan; Obama Encouraged About Immigration; Rodman Opens Up from Rehab; Rodman Interview; Security Scare at Hotels
• Letters Containing Powder Sent to Hotels, Former Mayor; Rocky Week on Wall Street; Tour of Former U.S. Embassy in Iran.
• White Powder Found at Three Hotels near Super Bowl; Interview with East Rutherford, NJ, Mayor; Amanda Knox Convicted of Murder -- Again; Rodman: I Drink Because I'm Bored
• Keystone Pipeline Report Released; Amanda Knox Found Guilty in Italian Court; Dennis Rodman Speaks Out
• Marijuana and the NFL; Arnie Spanier on Super Bowl; Obama on Marijuana; Merchandise Counterfeiters Cash in on NFL and Super Bowl; Fighting Sex Trafficking at Super Bowl
• Knox In Disbelief At Murder Conviction; Family Of Slain Roommate Reacts To Verdict; Obama: I Believe Sochi Is Safe; Dow Makes Dramatic Slide At Open; Georgia Governor Accepts Blame For Storm Response; $4.5 Million For A 30-Second Super Bowl Ad
• Six Suspicious Letters Found Near Super Bowl; Super Bowl Ad Spotlights Growing Trend; Body Parts In Bags Believed To Be White Man


January 30, 2014
• 10,000 Stranded School Kids Return Home; Atlanta Mayor Defends Storm Preps; Atlanta Baby Born while Stuck in Traffic; Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry; Bush: 2016 Decision to Come Later This Year; Conflicting Reports on Death of Asiana Passenger>
• Atlanta Paralyzed by Snow; Southern Hospitality on Display in Storm; Sochi Bombing Suspects Arrested; GDP Grew Last Quarter of 2013; Atlanta Ice Melts, Blame Game Heats Up; Bieber Charged with Assault in Toronto
• Wisconsin Asks For Help; Super Bowl Ticket Prices; Broker: Super Bowl Ticket Prices Down 20 Percent; Target: Hackers Stole Security Credentials; Beatle-Mania from the Inside; Bombing Suspects Detained Ahead of Olympics
• Bombing Suspects Detained Ahead Of Olympics; Justin Bieber Charged With Assault; Italian Court To Decide Amanda Knox's Fate Again; Governor Deal Apologizes In Fox News Interview; One-Man Rescue Mission Helps Dozens; CDC: Cruise Sets Record For Ill Passengers; Peyton Manning: The Best Of All Time?
• Snowstorm Blame Game Intensifies; Obama Takes His Message to Wisconsin; GOP Governor Meets Obama But Democrat Doesn't; State of the Union Speech; Jeb Bush Talks About Mom and 2016; Presidential Race; Extra Security
• GA Officials Update Storm Response
• Continuation of Georgia Governor's News Conference; Car Recovery; Death Penalty Allowed
• Snow Fallout in Atlanta; Feds Seeking Death Penalty for Boston Bombing Suspect
• Atlanta, the Snowstorm and the Super Bowl; Super Bowl Is Sunday; Woman Gives Birth to Baby at Home With Help of 911 During Snowstorm; CNN's Jake Tapper Interviews Obama; Pope Francis on Cover of "Rolling Stone"; Amanda Knox Found Guilty -- Again
• Report Of Shooting At Eastern Florida State College; Georgia Governor Apologizes For Storm Response; Peyton Manning Throws What?; What Grimm's Threat Says About "Thug" Debate; Beatles' Craze On "Ed Sullivan" 50 Years Ago


January 29, 2014


January 28, 2014
• Stock Market Update; Boehner Slams Obama's Minimum Wage Plan; American Dream; How Can Obama Measure the Middle Class?; 83-Year-Old Nun Faces Life in Prison; Queen Latifah to Sing at the Super Bowl
• Hillary Clinton: I Haven't Driven Since 1996; Obama Lays Out Go-It-Alone Approach; Tom Perkins Apologizes; The Art of the Speech
• President Obama's State of the Union Address; President Obama to Push for Fight Income Equality; 140 Million Now under Winter Advisories; Pete Seeger Dies; Officer Indicted in Ex-Football Player's Death; Officer Indicted in Ex-FAMU Player's Death; Obama Lays Out Go- It-Alone Approach
• Heavy Security Planned At The Super Bowls; Cold, Ice, Snow Target Deep South; Middle Class Still Struggling Five Years Later; Report: NSA Spying Through Angry Birds; Folk Icon Peter Seeger Dead At 94; Sochi Most Corrupt Games Ever?
• Obama to Raise Federal Minimum Wage; State of the Union Speech Tonight; Trailblazers Among Mrs. Obama's Guests; Snow, Ice Move into Deep South; Flights Cancelled; Sen. Reid on State of the Union; State of the Union Speech
• Stepped-Up Security for the Super Bowl; Obama Says He'll Sidestep Congress; Hillary Clinton Hasn't Driven in 1996; Obama's Last SOTU Focused on Immigration Reform; SOTU Filled with Pomp, Pageantry.
• Winter Storm; Super Bowl Security; UNC Academic Failure; Son Hunted by Demons
• Another Winter Blast; Super Bowl Security; Football Team Wants to Join Union
• Prince Sues Fans; College Athletes Seek to Unionize; CNN.com to Live-Stream State of the Union; Super Bowl Media Day; Apple Drops; Pete Seeger Dies
• Mom: My Son In Haunted By Demons; Report: Shots Fired At Honolulu High School; Obama Raises Federal Minimum Wage To $10.10/Hour For New Federal Contracts; Google Glass Gets Designer Frames; A Look Back At The Beatles


January 27, 2014
• Markets Open After Bad Week; Obama's Speech; Sick Cruise Ship; U.S. Health Officials Inspect Sick Cruise Ship; Leno Opens Up about Conan Switch-Up; Creigh Deeds: "System Failed My Son"
• Investor: Attacking 1 Percent is Like Nazi's Targeting Jews; Rand Paul: "Women are Winning" the War on Women; Broncos, Seahawks Arrive for Super Bowl; Former Teacher's Final Self-Assignment
• Athletes Arrive At Olympics Amid Terror Fears; Police Try To Link Mall Killer, Victims; Snowden: U.S. Officials Want To Kill Me; Jay-Z And Beyonce Kick Off 50th Grammy Awards; Obama's Challenge At State Of The Union; Bitter Cold Closes Schools For Millions; New Home Sales Drop 7 Percent In December
• Benghazi Is Hillary's Biggest Regret; Hillary Still Not Thinking About 2016; Rand Paul Responds To Question On Lewinsky; Work Together Or I'll Act Alone; Small Blast At Manhattan Office Building; What's Happening On Capitol Hill; Rep. Trey Radel Resigning; Mall Reopens in Columbia, Maryland
• Sickness on Cruise Ship; Texas Congressman Controversy; Bitter Winter Blast; New Terror Threat; Housing Market Roars Back; Grammys Host Weddings
• Athletes Arrive at Olympics Amid Terror Fears; FAA Orders Safety Checks on Boeing Aircrafts; Eyeing Markets After Worst Week; The Grammys Highlights; Florida Congressman Radel Resigning; Billionaire Says Attacking Rich Like Targeting Jews; Temps Up to 30 Degrees Below Normal
• U.S. Congressman Resurfaces; Alleged Maryland Mall Shooter's Journal Found; Texas Woman Missing
• Editorial Writer Says Attacks on One-Percenters Like German Nazi Attacks on Jews; UNC May Admit More to Fake-Class Controversy; Hillary Clinton Admits Benghazi Is Biggest Regret as SecState; McCartney, Starr Reunite at Grammys; Another Cruise Ship Outbreak; 2014 May Be Best Year to Ask for Raise; Rosie Guesting on "The View"
• Olympic Torch Going Through Dagestan; Not All On Board With Iranian Nuclear Deal; Obama Hopes State of Union Will Help Him Get Back on Track; Weather is Big Super Bowl Concern.
• Grammys Host Mass Wedding Ceremony; Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Win Top Honors; Race, Rap, Genre Collide At Grammys; Love Breakup In France's Highest Office; Rand Paul: Bill Clinton A "Predator"; Report: "Marlboro Man" Dead From Smoking Illness


January 26, 2014
• Life Support Removed from Brain-Dead Pregnancy Woman; Gunman in Mall Shooting Identified; Temperatures Drop Across Country; Corruption Trial Starts Tomorrow for Ray Nagin; Will President Rely More on Executive Privilege in 2014?; Republicans Start of 2014 Fumbling; The Business of Bruno Mars; Big Stars Snubbed by Grammys; Report Calls NSA Program Illegal; Russian Ambassador: Games Will Be Safe; Super Bowl Monday? Weather Could Make It So
• Maryland Mall Shooter Identified; Energy Costs; Beatles Honored; French President And Partner Separate; Wawrinka Upsets Nadal In Australian Open; Dodger Stadium Freezes Over For Hockey; Big Apple Overshadows Super Bowl Town; 300 Plus Sick On Royal Caribbean Cruise; Rape Suspects Walk Free In Florida; The Beatles' Long And Winding Road
• Beatles Made U.S. Debut 50 Years Ago; Police Release Mall Shooter's Photo; 300-plus Sickened on Royal Caribbean Cruise; Gearing Up for the Grammy's; Political "Extortion"; Skydiving Super Bowl
• A deadly shooting occurred in Howard County, Maryland; Hours ago brain dead and pregnant mother, Marlise Munoz, was removed from machines keeping her alive; Royal Caribbean Passengers Still in Quarantine; Music Stars Gearing Up For Grammys; Predicting Grammy Winners Via Online Trends; Uptick In Lawyer Suicides Alarms Bar Associations Across The Country; Debate Over Richard Sherman's Post- Game Rant Continues; FitNation Contestants For 2014 Revealed
• Photo Released of Columbia Mall Shooter; Woman Forcibly Kept on Life Support, Who Foots the Bill?; Sickness Strikes Cruise Ship; President Obama will Deliver State of the Union Address; The Forgotten Super Bowl City; The Beatles Honored at Grammys
• Updates On Deadly Mall Shooting; Marlise Munoz Taken Off Respirator and Ventilator; Elementary School Teacher Arrested After Potluck Party; Grammy Awards Tonight; Travel Insider, Denver; Customer Rescues Hard-Luck Waitress; The Beatles Long and Winding Road; Miracle Baby Goes Home; Justin Bieber Arrested


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January 24, 2014
• January Bitter Cold; Russia Extends Snowden's Asylum; JPMorgan CEO Gets Raise Despite Fines; Huckabee Slams Dems for "War on Women"; What's Next for Bieber?
• Dow Headed Lower at Open; Planet Hillary; Pope John Paul's Private Papers; Stock Markets Slide at Open; Bear Scares Couple in California; X Games Athlete Honors Late Brother with Win
• NASCAR Driver Shows off Ft. Lauderdale; Terror Concerns at Winter Olympics; Ex-College Player Suing NCAA for Pay; Bieber Charged with DUI, Resisting Arrest
• RNC Moving 2016 Convention To June; Warning For U.S. Olympic Athletes; Corporate Earnings Spook Investors; Dow Losses; McDonnells Plead Not Guilty; U.S.-Iran Diplomacy; Cairo Bombings
• Bieber's Breathalyzer Results Released; Interview With Mackenzie Phillips; Cheerleader Suing NFL Team
• Court Hearing for Brain-Dead Texas Woman; Iran Says It Will Honor Nuke Deal; Student Shot at South Carolina State University; "Planet Hillary" - Those in Her Political Orbit; Surf Competition Mavericks; FDA Reboots Food Labels; South Sudan Cease-fire
• Feds: Former Governor, Wife Accepted Illegal Gifts From Businessman; Three Dead In Indiana Whiteout, Pileup; Icy Weather Causes More Than 100 Crashes; Five Dead, 30 Missing In Elderly Home Fire
• RNC Moving 2016 Convention to June; Magazine Cover Generates Buzz on Hillary Run; Extra Security for U.S. Olympians
• Hunt For A Killer: Third Body Found In Mystery; Pope Intends To Visit U.S. Next Year; Bieber's Meltdown: What To Tell The Kids?; Athletes Warned: Go Easy On USA Clothing; Full Interview With Richard Sherman Tonight; Barkley On Celebrity Culture And Role Models; Republicans To Hold Early Convention; 56th Grammy Awards Kick Off Sunday
• Full Interview With Richard Sherman Tonight; Barkley On Celebrity Culture And Role Models; Republicans To Hold Early Convention; 56th Grammy Awards Kick Off Sunday


January 23, 2014
• Bieber Arrested for Street Racing and DUI; Watchdog Says NSA Program Illegal, Should End; Is Olympic-Sochi Safe?; Widow: "My Whole World Was Shattered"; Target Slashes 475 Jobs
• Brain-Dead Pregnant Woman Case; Obama Talks Economy; Police: Bieber Smelled of "Alcohol"; White House Downplays Obama's Pot Comments; Dow Slides Lower at Open
• Glenn Beck Talks about Mistakes at Fox; The Business of Being Bruno Mars; NFL's Snow Plan: Change Day of Super Bowl
• Legal Implications From Bieber's Arrest; U.S.: Iranians Spinning Nuke Deal Story; Olympics: Is Sochi Safe?; Fire Rages On After Plant Explosion; Call For New Safety Rules In Car Seats; Widow In Movie Shooting Speaks Out
• Olympics Protected By Ring of Steel; Iran Says No Agreement to Dismantle Nukes; Bieber's Bond Set for $2,500; NSA Spying Program; Interview with Peter King
• Virginia Close to Allowing Same-Sex Marriage; De Blasio Pushes for Free Preschool in NYC; Obama's Foreign Policy Troubles; Mike Huckabee Makes Controversial Comments
• Bieber Busted; Lufthansa Heist Arrest; FaceBook's Sandberg Now a Billionaire
• Justin Bieber Arrested; Can Edward Snowden Come Home?; Olympic Threats
• Are Olympics Worth Risk of Terror Attack?; Huckabee Says Dems Don't Trust Women to Control Libido; Super Bowl to Possibly Change Day; More Reaction to Sherman's Rant; Bill Cosby May Return to TV
• Lava Lake In Hawaii Volcano Explodes; Man Impersonates Missing Texas Boy; Christie e-Election Campaign Subpoenaed; Official: Holder Open To Snowden Resolution; Man Behind "Wolf Of Wall Street" Music; Texting While Driving: Can Teens Be Stopped?


January 22, 2014
• Winter Storm Pounds 80 Million Americans; Northeast Faces Heaviest Snow of Season; New Olympic Threats; Deadly Plane Crash; CNN Crew Gets Roughed Up; New Video Shows Toronto Mayor Inebriated
• Flights Cancellations; Former Governor Accused of Corruption; NFL Player Sorry for Rant; Crash Tests; Small Cars Cruised in Crash Tests; Buffett's Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge; Family Knew Levinson Worked for the CIA
• Congressman: Snowden Worked with Russians; Republican Calls for Christie to Step Down from RGA; NCAA's $800 Billion a Year Business
• Terror Threat Grows In Olympics Run Up; Olympian To Family: Don't Go To Russia, Stay Home; New Video Shows Toronto Mayor Inebriated; Record Snowfalls In Parts of NYC, Philadelphia; Shooting Suspect Being Held Without Bond; Heating Fuel Shortage In Over 12 States; "March For Life" In Washington Today
• Report Of Shots Fired At University Of Oklahoma; Millions Dig Out From Huge Snowstorm; 3,000 Flights Canceled Tuesday; Russia Responding To Olympic Threats; Skater Tells Parents To Skip Olympics; $140,000 In Gifts, Clothes And Bling; GOP Abortion Stance; Former Virginia Governor Indicted
• Fireworks Fly at Syria Peace Talks; Snows Slows Down Busiest Plane Corridor in U.S.; New Interview with NSA Leaker Edward Snowden; Family of Bob Levinson Speaking Out
• Boy Dies in Fire; Record Snowfall in Northeast; Terrorists May be Inside; Movie Theater Widow Speaks
• President Obama on Marijuana; Alleged Terror Plot Foiled in Israel; Winter Blast
• Family Seeks Justice 70 Years After Execution; Second Chemical Leaked Into West Virginia River; Some Colleges Help Pay Student Loans; U.S. Olympic Committee Receives Terror Threat; CNN Reporter Roughed Up By Chinese Police; Former Virginia Governor Indicted Over Gifts; RNC Chair: Christie Safe As Top GOP Governor
• Mother Loses Two Suns to Gunfire, 19 Days Apart; 8-Year-Old Hero Dies Trying to Save Grandfather From Fire; Seahawks' Sherman Holds Press Conference; "Candy Crush" Trademarks Word "Candy" in Europe


January 21, 2014
• Americans at Olympics; Heating Fuel Shortage; Interview with Rep. Michael Grimm; Woman Confronts Former Teacher, Alleged Molester; New Questions about Politician's Background
• Scandals Taint Christie's Inauguration; Search For "Black Widows" Near Olympics; Two New Arrests In Credit Card Fraud Case; Temps To Drop 10-20 Degrees Below Normal For Almost Half of The U.S.; D.C. Government Offices Closed Ahead Of Storm; Propane And Heating Oil Shortages Reported Throughout The Midwest; Two Dead, Four Critically Hurt In Plant Collapse; Family Pleas For U.S. Hostage Release; Poll: 67 Percent Unhappy With Wealth Distribution; 500 Plus Being Treated After Chemical Leak
• How Safe are Americans at Olympics; Christie Inaugural Speech to Focus on Unity; Seahawks Player's Rant Nothing New
• Search for Black Widow Near Olympics; Piles of Snow Expected on East Coast; Travel Woes Amidst Snow Warnings; Scandals Taint Christie's Inauguration; Identity Theft a Concern after Target Hack; Family of U.S. Hostage Begs for Release; Prince Harry Back from South Pole Adventure
• Christie Takes Oath for Second Term
• Christie Takes Oath for Second Term; Perdue University Shooting; Storm Targets East Coast
• Woman Confronts Sexual Abuser; Christie Swearing In Following Re-Election.
• Christie Takes Oath for Second Term, Gives Inaugural Address; Detailing Some of the Problems Facing Chrstie's Administration
• Chris Christie Sworn In; Purdue Says One Person in Custody After Shooting; Russia's Olympic Black Widow Alert; New York Braces for Bitter Cold and Snow; Massive Target East Coast
• Will a Bush, Clinton Dominate Presidential Election; Alleged Purdue University Shooter in Custody; President Obama Talks National Security to "New Yorker"; Dead Man Makes Terror Threats for Sochi Olympics; Texas's Wendy Davis Faces Life Story Scandal
• Shooting at Purdue; Snow and Extreme Cold Expected; Female Bombers in Russia; Japan's Dolphin Slaughter
• Winter Storm; Olympic Threats; Chris Christie Inaugurated
• New Polls Show Christie Drop; Obama To Meet Pope Francis; Russians Hunt "Black Widow" Terrorists; Antarctic-Stranded Scientists Finally Reach Australia; "Super Bowl Indicator" for Stock Market
• Christie Takes Oath Amid Scandal; 85 Richest People Equals Poorest 3.5 Billion; The Real "Wolf Of Wall Street" Speaks Out; One Dead, One In Custody After Purdue Shooting; Study: 40 Plus Percent Of Minority Men Arrested By 23; Student: I Was Suspended For Doing Porn Film


January 20, 2014
• Kim Guadagno Denies Accusations; Interview with Valerie Huttle; Firm Traces Target Malware to Russian Teen; New Jersey Mayor: Christie Withheld Sandy Aid; Amazon Plans to Ship Even before you Buy
• Lieutenant Governor: Mayor's Sandy Claims "False", "Illogical"; New Black Female Comic Makes SNL Debut; Christie's Lt. Gov Denies Sandy Claims
• Will Americans Be Safe In Sochi?; Lt. Governor: Mayor's Sandy Claims "False," "Illogical"; U.S. Asks U.N. To Withdraw Invitation To Iran To Attend Syrian Peace Talks; Report: Six Other Retailers Hit My Malware
• Christie Lt. Gov. to Deny Sandy Claims; Is Sochi Games Safe?; President Obama Opens Up on Issues; Richard Sherman Blows Up After Big Win; Kenneth Bae Urges U.S. to Secure His Release
• Christie Denies Sandy Funds Threat; Christie's Team Fires Back; Interview with Frank Pallone; Obama Speaks To "The New Yorker"; President Obama and First Lady Honor Martin Luther King Day; Can Russia Secure the Olympics?; Olympic Evacuations; Olympic Security
• U.S. on Standby; Christie's Aide Threat; Amazon's New Service; Trash Talk in Seattle
• More Controversy for Chris Christie; Olympic Terrorism Threat; Interview With Kurt Russell
• Kentucky Children's Reopens Without Explanation; Rare Audio of MLK; Jamaican Bobsled Team Can't Afford to Go to Sochi; Sherman Explains Postgame Rant; North Korea Releases Kenneth Bae Confession Vid; More Cold Headed to Northeast; Probe to Land on Comet
• Hoboken Mayor: Christie Aide Made Threat; Court: Killer Inmate Has Right To Sex Change; Jamaican Bobsledders Need Cash For Sochi; Obama: Pot No Worse Than Alcohol
• Hoboken Mayor Accuses Christie Of Withholding Sandy Funds; Obama Gives Unusually Candid Interviews On Race In "New Yorker" Interview; Video Of Kenneth Bae Released; Documentary Film Freedom Summer Included In Sundance Festival


January 19, 2014


January 18, 2014
• California Experiencing Drought; School Shooter Not Yet in Police Custody; President Gives Speech on NSA Reforms; Interview with Congressman Adam Schiff; Governor Chris Christie Attend Fundraiser; Benghazi and New Jersey Bridge Scandals Examined; Cruise Ship Hit with Virus; "Wall Street Journal" Reporters Disappears; Black Female Comedienne Joins Cast of "Saturday Night Live"
• President Gives Speech on NSA Reforms; Governor Chris Christie Attend Fundraiser; Cruise Ship Hit with Virus; Detroit Auto Show Unveils New Car Models; Tesla Motors Issues Recall; CEO of Tesla Motors Interviewed
• Shooting in Colorado School; Christie Fundraising in Florida; NSA Program Proposed Changes
• Christie Raising Cash, Ignoring Critics; DC's Hottest Ticket: First Lady's Party; Biker Beating Victim to Sue NYC; Father Forbidden from Daughter's Funeral; Funeral for Chad Oulson; George Takei, Husband Talk about Newest Project
• President Obama Proposes Reforms at NSA; Special Committee Investigating the Bridge Closing Scandal in New Jersey Issues 20 Subpoenas; Former First Lady Barbara Bush's Message for Jeb; Three Dozen Nuclear Missile Launch Officers Caught Cheating on Proficiency Exam; "Wall Street Journal" Reporter David Byrd Missing; Philadelphia School Shooting Suspect in Police Custody
• "Saturday Night Live" Welcomes the First Female Black Member in Six Years; New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Stumping for the Reelection of Fellow Republican Governor; Suspect in Philadelphia School Shooting in Police Custody; AFC and NFC Championship Games Tomorrow; Exclusive Interview with John McAfee
• Two Students Shot in Philadelphia School; Christie Headlines Fund-Raisers in Florida; Wildfire Now 30 Percent Contained; Tea Party Group Wants Boehner Booted; Will Bridge Scandal Hurt Christie in Florida; Obama Moves to Rein in the NSA; AFC And NFC Champs Crowned This Weekend; 49ers And Seahawks Fight For NFC Title; Report: Bill Belichick Wants Pats About Pot; The Return Of Broncos Coach; No Relief In Fire Forecast; Target Breach May Be Tied To Russian Mob; Michelle Obama To Celebrate 50 Tonight; Actress To Receive Honor Of A Lifetime
• Moreno To Receive SAG Lifetime Award; Warrant For School Shooting Suspect; Christie Raising Cash For GOP In Florida; FBI Searching For Missing WSJ Reporter; NSA Data Mining Expires March 28; Clinton, Christie Fighting Scandals; No Driver Needed: Driverless Cars Coming!; Science Behind California Drought; Man Claims Self Defense In Movie Shooting
• Obama Moves to Rein in the NSA; Search for School Shooting Suspect; Christie Headlines Fundraisers in Obama; Polls Show Voters Still Trust Gov. Christie; Obama Puts New Restrains on NSA; Dozens on Cruise Sickened with Stomach Bug; Killing Rhino to Save Them; Is Pope Francis Open to Exorcism?; Interview with John Lithgow and Alfred Molina; First Lady Michelle Obama Turns 50; Man Faces Trial for Flagging Speed Trap


January 17, 2014
• Dow Tries to Claw Back; Apple in China; NSA Reforms; Christie Heads to Florida; Family Sues over Execution; Family to Sue after Execution Takes 25 Minutes; "Duck Dynasty" Ratings Take a Dive; Mutts get Respect at Iconic Dog Show
• Target Breach Tied to Russian Mob; Obama to Unveil NSA Privacy Reforms; Three Arrested for California Wildfire; New Clues in Search of Missing Reporter; Police Believe Hernandez Drove Getaway Car; Prince Harry Takes on New Mission
• Obama to Unveil NSA Reforms; "Rich Hill" Explores the Lives of Three Boys in Missouri; Google Tests "Smart" Contact Lenses
• Reports: Target Breach Tied To Russian Mob; Security Veterans; Thousands Evacuate Wildfire Near Los Angeles; West Virginia Residents Question Water Quality; First Lady: "I'm Fifty And Fabulous"; Is California Ready For The Big One?
• Obama Orders NSA Changes; U.S. Not Spying On Ordinary People; Interview with Sen. Sanders; California Wildfire
• Obama's NSA Proposals; Barbara Bush: Jeb Should Not Run for President; Michelle Obama Turns 50; "Last Days of Vietnam" a Hit at Sundance
• NSA Surveillance Changes; Ohio Execution Raises Controversy; California Drought
• Target Hacked Linked to Malware; Carol Costello On Life After 50; New Reality Show Follows Small Kids Playing Texas Football; Gun Control Stats and Studies Conflict; Family of Northridge Earthquake Baby Reflects on Anniversary
• Obama Announces Surveillance Reports; California In A Drought Emergency; Colby Fire Burns 1,700 Acres, Destroys Five Homes; Investigation Into Dead Georgia Teen's Missing Organs Yields Few Answers; Texas Reporter Wrote About "Dallas Buyers Club"
• Target Breach Linked To Russian Mob?; "Whitey" Bulger Speaks In New CNN Films Documentary; Judge: Dad Accused Of Killing Daughter Is Forbidden From Attending Her Funeral


January 16, 2014
• Chilling Audio Could be Newtown Shooter; Special Committee Officially Starts Bridge Scandal Investigation; Does Christie's Persona Hurt Presidential Hopes?; Best Buy Slammed By Dismal Holiday Sales; Oscar Nominee Winners & Losers
• CDC Warns Pregnant Women; Obama's Hurdles; Pentagon Investigates Disturbing Photos; Amy Adams Talks about Oscar Nod
• NTSB Releases Its 2014 Most Wanted List; Films Fight for Success after Sundance; Obama Summit on Soaring College Costs; Christie Speaks on Hurricane Sandy Recovery
• "American Hustle" "Gravity" Lead Oscar Nods; Oscar Snubs For "The Butler" "Saving Mr. Banks"; Chilling Audio Could Be Newtown Shooter; Obama's Controversial Former Pastor Back In Spotlight, Slams White House; Apple To Refund $32.5M For Kids' Purchases; Families Struggle Without Tap Water In West Virginia
• Dangerous Smog Chokes Beijing; Clinton, Benghazi and 2016; Out- of-Control Fire Near L.A.; Bridge Probe Panel Hires Special Counsel; 10 or 20 Subpoenas Expected Today; Three in Custody in L.A. Area Wildfire; Benghazi Report; Iran Sanctions; Interview with Dan Coats
• Controversies Facing Hillary Clinton; 1,200 Acres, Some Homes Burn Near L.A.; Best Buy, JCPenney Rethinking Long-Term Strategy; John Kerry Statement on Syria; Nuclear Arsenal Scandal Rocks Pentagon
• California Wildfire; Best Actor Nomination; Christie Probe; State of the Union Seating; Interview with Sens. Udall & Murkowski
• Al-Qaeda-Linked Militants Seize Much of Fallujah, Ramadi; Military Widow Describes Her Marriage; Harvey Weinstein Wants to Use a Movie to "Destroy" NRA; Chris Christie Tries to Move On
• New Execution Cocktail; Oscar Nominations; Violence in Iraq
• Tiger Kills Seven People In India; Supermarket Shooting Leaves Three Dead; The End Of Shopping As We Know It?; Professor To Company Behind Spill: "To Hell With You"


January 15, 2014
• Christie Vows to Restore Trust; Christie Speech; Answers from Target; Senators to Target's CEO: We Want Answers; Cash Pours in for Wendy Davis; Bieber's Hollywood Mansion Raided
• 15 People Cooperating in Benghazi Investigation Have Been Killed; West Virginia Water Disaster Enters Seventh Day; Which is to Blame: Gun Laws or "Text Rage"?; Season 5 of "Duck Dynasty" to Premiere; Dumping on the Dress
• Police Suspect May Have Warned Schoolmates; New Video Shows Crews Were Alerted To Teen; Has Snowden Forced NSA Changes?; Leahy: Programs Don't Justify Privacy Intrusion; Family Files Suit In North Carolina Police Shooting; Obama: I'm Not Waiting For Congress
• Senator Skips Obama Speech; Christie's Bully Rating Improves; Michelle Obama's 50th Birthday; Christie's Scandal Subpoena Vote Thursday; Jobless Benefit Extension On Hold; Proof of Life: Video of Sergeant Bo Bergdahl; Captive U.S. Soldier; Live Coverage of Obama's Speech
• Obama Talks Job Creation, Businesses in N.C.; Newt Gingrich Talks Obama, Christie, Elections; Appeals Court Tosses FCC Rules for Internet Providers; Michelle Obama Turning 50
• Middle School Shooting; Acetaminophen Warning; Senate Benghazi Report; Security for Super Bowl; Florida Pill Addicts
• Supermodel Defends ATV Baby Photo; "Captain Sully" Speaks On Fifth Anniversary Of "Miracle On The Hudson River"; Apple To Refund $32.5M For Kids' In-App Purchases; Dad Finds His Two Kids Dead In Florida Home, Allegedly Killed By His Ex-Wife; Obama Talks Economy In North Carolina; Fallon And Springsteen Tweak Christie; Poll: Christie Still Strong In New Jersey
• Miracle on Hudson Remembered; Lawmaker Proposes Execution by Firing Squad
• Seinfeld Cast Spotted; 50 and Fabulous; "Duck Dynasty" Returns Tonight; Teen Survives Asiana Crashed, Killed by Fire Truck; Roswell School Shooting Press Conference
• New Video Shows Death of Teen; New Mexico School Shooting Injures Two; Interview with West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey; Retired Police Shoots Man over Texting; Texas Court to Decide Pregnant Life Support Case


January 14, 2014
• Christie's State of the State; West Virginia Demands Answers; Official: Charges in IRS Scandal "Unlikely"; Farrows Diss Woody Allen Tribute; Alex Rodriguez Sues MLB and Players Union
• Violence Rages in Iraq; Freedom Industries under Federal Investigation; Beyonce: "Gender Equality is a Myth"; Hula Hoop Camera Captures Cheerleaders
• Christie, Bridgegate and "Brand Management"; Why Did A Retired Officer Snap Over A Text?; Family Of Pregnant Woman On Life Support To Take Legal Action Against Hospital This Week; Hillary Clinton's Rough Road In Iowa; American Journalist Kicked Out Of Russia; Critics Slam Government Headed By Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki
• Christie to Give State of the State; Suspect in Custody After School Shooting; Texting Dispute Ends in Fatal Shooting, Suspect in Court; Toxic Water Concerns; Budget in Congress
• Middle School Shooting; Chris Christie Speech; Third Person in Cockpit; 7-Eleven Hostage Standoff; West Virginia Water
• Homeless Man's Mom On Fullerton Acquittal: Officers "Got Away With Murdering My Son"; Deputies Search Justin Bieber's Home; Study: Childless Marriages Are Happier; Why Peyton Manning Shouted "Omaha!"
• Chris Christie's State of the State Address; President Obama Meets With Miami Heat
• Christie Addresses "Bridgegate" Before NJ Legislature; Another Suspended in Southwest Airlines Wrong-Airport Landing; Shooting at New Mexico Middle School; Retiree Who Shot Texting Man Makes First Court Appearance; Bieber's Home Raided for Egg-Throwing Felony; WV State A.G. Says There Will Be Consequences in Chemical Spill if Laws Broken; Hillary Clinton Has Political Work to Do in Iowa
• Chris Christie Schedule To Speak About "Bridgegate"; Shocking Report Claims U.S. Government And Notorious Mexican Drug Cartel Have Been Secretly Working Together; World's Richest 300 People Have Added More Than $500 Billion To Their Fortunes; Interview With Democratic Congressman Rush Holt Of New Jersey
• Father Killed Over Text; Freedom Industries Under Federal Investigation; Christie Scandals Dwarf Annual Speech; Delayed Response to Mall Carjacking?; Madeleine McCann Search Narrows to Three People; Japan Company to Buy Jim Beam


January 13, 2014
• Jobs Shock Lingers; Iran Nuke Deal; Sandy Funds Probe; Interview with Lawrence Messina; West Virginia May Designate Safe Water-Use "Zones"; Gates' Book Rips Obama's War Leadership
• Iran in Focus as Uranium Deadline Nears; Hits and Misses at the Golden Globes; Support for Legal Weed Soaring; Retail Giants Hijacked by Hackers
• Southwest Plane Lands at Wrong Airport; West Virginia May Designate Safe Water Use "Zones"; Rodman Apologizes Again; A-Rod's Attorney's To File Suit Today Fighting His Suspension From Baseball; Supreme Court Declines To Hear Arizona Abortion Appeal, Law Is Struck Down; Feds Probe Christie's Use Of Sandy Aid
• Southwest Plane Lands at Wrong Airport; West Virginia's 300,000 Residents Still Without Safe Water; Feds Probe Christie's Use of Sandy Aid; Americans Warned on Sochi Travel; Golden Globes, Full of Laughs, Surprises; GM Sweeps Top Honors at Detroit Auto Show
• Possibly More Trouble For New Jersey Governor; Plane Lands At Wrong Airport; Tap Water Safe To Drink In Some Areas; Republicans React To Christie Scandal; High Court Rejects Abortion Law Appeal; Battle in High Court; Water Ban Slowly Lifting
• Ariel Sharon Honored in Memorial Service; Push for New U.S. Sanctions Could Derail Iran Nuclear Deal; Robert Gates Defends Memoir; Dennis Rodman Leaves North Korea, Apologies for Tirade; Alex Rodriquez Fighting Game Ban; Baby Panda to Make Debut.
• Wrong Airport Landing; Feds Investigate Christie; First Water Zone Lifted
• Seahawks Blocks NFC Ticket Sales In California; "Lone Survivor" A Box Office Champ; Year Of The Woman: GM To The Golden Globes; Fourth Place Skater Makes U.S. Olympics Team; One Dead, One Missing And Presumed Dead After Falling Into River To Save Phone; Protests Over Pregnant Mom On Ventilator
• More Troubles for Chris Christie; Plane Lands at Wrong Airport
• Christie Faces Federal Probe; Thousands Apply to Travel to Mars; Fashion at the Golden Globes; Hillary Clinton Kept "Enemies" List; Wrong-Landing Plane Attempts Takeoff from Tiny Airport


January 12, 2014
• Report: Majority Of Congress Are Millionaires; Rodman's Teammate Has "No Regrets"; Fan Sues Over Pricey Super Bowl Tickets; Job Growth Much Weaker Than Expected; Car Industry Has Best Year Since 2007; Stars Ready For Golden Globe Awards; Feds Recognize Same-Sex Marriages In Utah
• 300,000 West Virginians Still Without Clean Water; President Obama Expected To Outline NSA Reforms This Week; Anonymous Bidder Pays $350,000 Black Rhino Hunting Permit; Former NBA Player Charles Smith Speaks Out About North Korea Trip; FTC Watching Over Four Dietary Companies For False Advertising; A-Rod Filing Petition In Federal Court
• Golden Globes Red Carpet Arrivals; Frustration Growing over Toxic Water; Obama to Announce Plan for NSA Reforms; Christie Bridge Scandal Widens; Penn. Police Hunt For Road Rage Killer; Smith: "No Regrets" On N. Korea Trip; Man Sues Over Super Bowl Sticker Shock
• Still No Clean Tap Water After Leak; Former NBA Star Says No Regrets on North Korea Trip; Former Defense Secretary Defends Memoir; Storms, High Winds Slam Parts of South; Christie Faces More Scrutiny; Pot Tours a Hit in Denver; Marijuana-Related Stocks Booming; Violence in Iraq Gets Worse; "Lone Survivor" Opens up about New Movie; Golden Globe Awards Tonight
• Was The War Worth It?; America's Drinking Problem; Political Panel Discusses Obama's Plans To Change NSA's Surveillance Programs; The Politics Of Voting For Baseball Hall Of Famers
• McCain: Send David Petraeus Back To Iraq; How Will Obama Reform The NSA?; When Can Residents Use Their Water Again?; Detroit Auto Show to Unveil Latest Cars; Golden Globe Red Carpet; Top Movies and TV Series of the Week; Apple to Sell in China


January 11, 2014
• Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Dies; Documents Released Regarding Bridge Closing Scandal in New Jersey; Effect of Scandal on Governor Christie's Political Career Debated; Colorado Opens Tours of Cannabis Dispensaries; Bullied Transgender Teen Charged with Battery; NFL Playoffs Continue; NFL Quarterback Andrew Luck Interviewed
• 300,000 Don't have Clean Tap Water; Ariel Sharon Dies at Age 85; Police Hunt for Road Rage Killer; Christie Trying to Get Out from Scandal; Rodman Apologizes For North Korea Rant; Fan-Induced Earthquake At NFL Playoff Game?; Who Will Lindsey Vonn's Olympic Absence Hurt?; Deadly Fighting Intensified In Iraq; Hunters Club Says Money Will Help Rhinos; National Zoo's Panda Cub To Debut Next Week; Which Stars Will Win Golden Globes?
• Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Dies; Documents Released Regarding Bridge Closing Scandal in New Jersey; Colorado Employees May Still be Terminated for Legal Marijuana Use; Alex Rodriguez Suspended for One Season; Consumer Electronics Show Features New Technology
• A-Rod Suspended For 162 Games; Neiman Marcus Faces Hacking Problem; New Jersey Bridge Scandal Growing; Still No Clean Water For West Virginia's Citizens; Dennis Rodman Apologizes For Bizarre Interview; Dallas Safari Club Faces Criticism For Rhino Hunting Bid
• Official: Toxic Tap Water May Last Days; Arbitrator Reduced A- Rod Suspension to 162 Games; Neiman Marcus: We May Have Been Hacked; Documents Do Not Show Christie Had Any Role in Bridge Scandal; Are Rich People, Politicians Out of Touch?; Spying Cars for Government Taxes; Teen with Schizophrenia Killed by Police; Life and Death Debate Over Pregnant Woman on Life Support; Controversy Over Cussing Toddler in Video
• Auction to Kill Rare Black Rhino; Toxic Tap Water for 300,000 Residents
• Neiman Marcus Investigates Breach; Outrage Grows Over Water Contamination; FEMA Sending 75 Water Trucks To State; Ariel Sharon Dies At Age 85; Rodriguez Suspension Reduced To 162 Games; Feds Now Investigating Bridge Backup Caused By Chris Christie's Top Aides; Mom Defends Cursing Toddler; Family Claims Sex Assault Changes Dismissed Because Of Man's Political Connections; New Gadgets That Might Be A "Dud"; Mentally Ill Teen Killed By Police
• A-Rod's Suspension Reduced to 162 Games; West Virginia Tainted Tap Water Crisis; Neiman Marcus Reports Possible Cyber Hack; New Documents Released in Christie Scandal; Hunters Will Bid to Kill a Black Rhino; New Businesses Bank on Weed; Neiman Marcus Investigating Breach; Santana Jams with Homeless Ex-Bandmate; Which Movies Will Win Golden Globes
• Toxic Tap Water May Last Days; A-Rod Fights Suspension; Another Retailer Reports Hacking; Interview with Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson
• A-Rod Suspended For 162 games; Neiman Marcus Faces Hacking Problems; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Revives 80s Law Legalizing Medical Marijuana; West Virginians Still Lack Clean Water After Accident; Christie Bridge Scandal Grows; Is the Christie Brand Damaged by Bridge Scandal?; Placebo Effect May Super-Charge Meds; Hottest Talkers of the Week; Al Qaeda Linked Violence in Iraq?


January 10, 2014
• Jobless Claims Vote Hits Snag in Senate; Schools, Courts Closed after Chemical Spill; Swearing Toddler's Mom Defends Herself
• Job Growth Slows, But Jobless Rate Falls; Target Breach Expands to 70 Million; Thousands Scramble to Find Water in West Virginia; Chris Christie's Bridge Woes Continues; Light Sentence in Sexual Assault Case Criticized; Business Owner: Traffic Jam Hurt Business
• Traffic Jam Hurt Business; December Jobs; Christie's Mea Culpa; Nine Flu Deaths in San Francisco Bay Area; Yelp Website Ordered to Reveal Sources' Identities
• Bridge Document Release Moments Away; Chemical Taints Water In Part Of West Virginia; Hiring Slows To A Crawl; Christie Sued Over Traffic Slowdown; Feds Recognize Utah Same-Sex Marriages; Obama Administration Fired Web Site Contractor; Christie's Popularity Hit By Scandal; Chemical Taints Water; Christie Loses Ally
• Payback Politics in Spotlight; Unanswered Questions Remain on Christie, Bridgegate; Jobs Report Short of Expectations; Jobless Benefits Hit Snag in Senate; Target Data Breach Bigger Than Thought; How Cigarette Advertising Has Changed
• NJ Releases "Bridgegate" Docs; Christie, Aides Named in Class- Action Suit; Dallas Safari Club Auctions Chance to Kill Black Rhino; PA Police Search for Road Rage Killer; Target Revises Hacking Total to 70 Million
• West Virginia Water Contamination; Fallout from New Jersey Bridge Scandal; Sperm Switched for Couple Who Used In Vitro; Winter Olympics Security Concerns
• Christie Scandal; Dying Teacher's Road Trip
• White House Reacts To Dismal Jobs Growth; Bridge Jam Documents To Be Released Today; Legal Concerns Mounting For Christie; 200K Told Not To Drink, Bathe, Wash Clothes; New: Target Breach Expands To 70 Million; American Imprisoned In UAE Returns Home
• Take Pregnant Woman Off Ventilator?; Vin Diesel Meeting With Studio, Actors To Discuss Future Of "Fast And Furious"; Fey, Poehler: Globes' First Ladies Of Comedy; Police Union Backs Cop Who Shot 100- Pound Man


January 09, 2014


January 08, 2014
• Trade Opens Mixed; Too Big to Jail; Avalanche in Colorado; Passengers Stranded; JetBlue Passengers Stranded Until Tomorrow; Statue of Satan Proposed for Oklahoma Capitol; Celebrities Perform for Repressive Regimes; UTEP Sports Gambling Scandal
• Gates Book Rips Obama's War Leadership; Rodman Celebrates Kim Jong-Un's Birthday; Private Payrolls Beat Economist Estimates; NYC Officers Charged with Disability Scam
• The War on Poverty, 50 Years Later; JetBlue Blames New FAA Pilot Rest Rules; Mindy Kaling Not Thin Enough for Cover?; College Athletes Read at Elementary School Level; Finding Humor in Freezing Temperatures
• Egypt's Morsy Doesn't Show Up For Trial; Gates Slams Obama In New Book; Price Of Deep Freeze; Navy Chopper Down And Search Underway; Bae Family Appalled By Rodman; Stars Who Performed For Dictators; Obama And Biden Meet For Lunch; Obama & Biden Meet for Lunch; JP Morgan Fallout; Utah Same-Sex Marriage; Cost of Deep Freeze; FTC Crackdown
• Robert Gates' Memoir A Bombshell; Successes And Failures Examined On 50th Anniversary Of War On Poverty; Stocks See Mixed Rating Amongst Possible Recovery In Labor Market; Interview With Rep. Eliot Engel of New York; White House Presser Coverage
• White House Response; Baseball Hall of Fame
• Gitmo-Freed Terrorist May Have Participated in Benghazi Attack; Rodman Sings "Happy Birthday" to Kim; Other Celebrity Performances for Dictators; New Movie, "Philomena," Tells Story of Woman's Search for Child Taken from Her; Fan Sues NFL Over Super Bowl Ticket Pricing; Gabby Giffords Skydives on Shooting Anniversary; Polar Vortex Recedes
• Chris Christie Under Fire; Former Defense Secretary Criticizes President Obama
• Gates' Book Rips Obama's War Leadership; Sister Of Imprisoned American Speaks Out While Rodman Celebrates In North Korea; High Temps At Or Above Average By Saturday; Petition Urges Southwest To End SeaWorld Deal; Yahoo CEO Lays Out Future For Website
• Girl Arrested Attempting To Stop SeaWorld Float; Fed Minutes: Policymakers Say Benefits Of Fed's Stimulus Outweigh The Costs; Top Christie Aides Tied To Bridge Closure; New Book Takes On Fox News Chief


January 07, 2014
• JP Morgan Settlement; N.J. Dream Act; Benefits Fight; SNL Adds Black Female Cast Member; Dow Jumps Over 100 Points at Open
• JPMorgan to Pay $1.7 Billion in Madoff Settlement; Senate Prepares for Benefits Vote; Steubenville Rapist Freed; JetBlue was Denied Pilot Rest Rules Extension; Consumer Electronics Show Kicks Off Today
• Cold Cripples Much Of U.S.; Senate Moves Ahead On Jobless Debate; Major Shift On Marijuana; Churches Sheltering Homeless From Bitter Cold; Senate Moves Ahead In Jobless Debate; Al Qaeda Worrying U.S. and Iran
• Angry, Emotional Interview of Dennis Rodman; White House Reaction to Rodman Outburst; Senate Votes to Extend Unemployment Benefits; Christie Signs New Jersey's "Dream Act"; Majority of Americans Support Legalizing Pot
• Below Freezing Temps; Flight Delays and Cancellations; Rodman Erupts
• Dangerous Winter Weather; Dennis Rodman Speaks Out
• Passengers Stuck on Amtrak Trains; Cop Shoots, Kills Schizophrenic Teen; Robert Gates Slams Obama Administration in New Book; Kevin Hart and Ice Cube Promote New Movie
• JetBlue Flights Stopped for 17 Hours; Amtrak Passengers Stranded on Trains; Rodman Lashes Out on Interview; Senate to Vote on Jobless Benefits; U.S. Ramps Up Support to Iraqi Government; JP Morgan to pay $1.7 Billion Over Madoff Scam
• All 50 States See Below Freezing Temps; Stuck Passenger: It Was Like Purgatory; Cold Could Be Deadly For The Homeless; Police: Toddler Video Shows "Thug" Cycle; Senate Votes To Debate Jobless Aid; CNN Poll: Majority Think Pot Should Be Legal; "SNL" Hires First Black Comedienne In Six Years
• Why Did JetBlue Stop Flights For 17 Hours?; Five Hundred Plus Passengers Stranded On Train; Brain Dead Girl In "Very Bad" Shape; Fifty Five Percent Of Americans Think Pot Should Be Legal; Close Vote Expected On Jobless Benefits; Ex-Viking Kluwe Slams "Bigot" And "Cowards"


January 06, 2014
• Winter Weather Hits Country; New FAA Rules Slowing Airlines; Brain-dead Girl Released; LaBeouf Blames Plagiarism Woes on Drug; Colorado Plane Crash Kills Co-Pilot
• Cheney Ends Senate Bid, Cites Family Health; New York Post Cover Sparks Outrage; Some GOP Back Unemployment Deal; Supreme Court Blocks Utah Same-Sex Marriage
• "Polar Vortex" Hits U.S. With Bitter Cold; Obama, Congress Face Off On Unemployment; Nightmare 3,000 Plus Flights Canceled; Iraq's Bloody Battle With Al Qaeda; CDC: Twenty Five States Report Widespread Flu
• Bone-Chilling Cold Sweeps U.S.; Utah's Same-Sex Marriage Halted; Obama's 2014 To-Do List; More Than 1,300 Flights Canceled Today; Liz Cheney Drops Senate Bid; Clinton Considering Campaign; No U.S. Troops to Iraq
• Kerry On Iraq; Coldest Temps in 20 Years; Flu Outbreak Spreads Across U.S.; Obama Pushes For Benefits Extension; Senate To Vote On New Fed Boss; Obama Prepares NSA Reform; Rodman In North Korea
• Historic and Life-Threatening Cold; Flights Grounded; Cold Hits the Country; Tabloid Accused of Glorifying a Killing; MMA Fighter Fends Off Attackers
• Record Low Temperatures; Hillary Clinton's Shadow Campaign?; McDonald's Diet
• Polar Vortex Freezes Part of U.S.; Liz Cheney Quits Senate Race; Montana's Schweitzer May Run for Presidency; Supreme Court Halts Utah Gay Marriage; Janet Yellen Set to Become First Female Chair of Fed; Rodman Goes to North Korea; BCS Championship Tonight; Jerry Coleman Dead
• Dangerous Record-Low Temps Hit U.S.; Nightmare across U.S. Airports; Liz Cheney Drops out of Senate Race; Obama, Congress Face Off on Unemployment; The Dos and Don'ts of New Pot Law in Colorado


January 05, 2014
• Artic Blast About To Sweet Across U.S.; Catholic Priest Found Dead In Eureka, California; U.S. Marine Corps Delays Deadline For New Physical Requirements; Coroner's Report Rules Paul Walker's Death An Accident; Rock 'n' Roll Legend Phil Everly Dead; Michael Schumacher Still In Coma; Vitamin E Said To Help Alzheimer's Patients
• Record-Breaking Weather Affecting Two Thirds of America; NFL Playoff Between Green Bay and San Francisco, coldest NFL Game in History; Governor Andrew Cuomo, said to Announce an Executive Order; Jahi McMath will Move to Community Center
• Polar Blast Barrels Across U.S.; NFL Playoffs in Frigid Temps; Bracing for Cold Temperatures; Congress Back to Work; New York Governor to Legalize Medical Marijuana?; GOP Governors Aim to Rescue Their Party; Plane Lands on Bronx Highway; South Won't Escape Bitter Cold; Hawaii Girl Dies after Dental Procedure; Poor Families Struggle to Stay Warm; New Mayor Shovels Out of First Big Snow
• One of the Coldest Games in NFL History; Groups Help Homeless Survive Bitter Cold; Will Congress Be Productive in 2014? New York Could Make Medical Pot Legal; Charlie Crist Running as Democrat; Plane Crashes at Aspen Airport; NSA Developing Super Computer?; NSA super computer Super Bowl of Electronics Happening in Vegas. College football races to Championships; Staying safe and battle in deep freeze
• One of the Coldest Games in NFL History; Groups Help Homeless Survive Bitter Cold; Will Congress Be Productive in 2014? New York Could Make Medical Pot Legal; Charlie Crist Running as Democrat; Plane Crashes at Aspen Airport; NSA Developing Super Computer?; NSA super computer Super Bowl of Electronics Happening in Vegas. College football races to Championships; Staying safe and battle in deep freeze
• Packers Faces 49ers in Cold Weather; Millions Brace for Bitter Cold; Congress Back to Work; Millions Unemployed with No Check; Vote Monday for New Fed Reserve Chair; New York Could Make Medical Pot Legal; NSA Unit Can Watch All Your Online Movies; Playing on a Frozen Field
• Record-Breaking Weather Affecting Two Thirds of America; NFL Playoff Between Green Bay and San Francisco, coldest NFL Game in History; Governor Andrew Cuomo, said to Announce an Executive Order; Jahi McMath will Move to Community Center
• when Will Arctic Blast Go Away?; Will Congress Be Productive in 2014? Super Bowl of Electronics Happening in Vegas; New York Could Make Medical Pot Legal; One Dead in Aspen Plane Crash; Packers-49ers versus the Cold; Sole Survivor's Guilt; Political New Year's Resolutions; College Football Championship Rages On; Season's Long Awaited Shows Come Back; S&P 500 Could Herald 2014 Bull Market


January 04, 2014
• Cold Temperatures Hit Parts of U.S.; Green Bay Playoff Game Possibly Coldest in NFL History; Girl Declared Brain-Dead after Tonsillectomy; Family of NFL Player who Committed Murder-Suicide Suing NFL; Religious Groups File for Exemption Under Obamcare Provisions for Contraception Coverage
• Cold Temperatures Hit Parts of U.S.; Possible NSA Super Computer Examined; Crime Down in Many Major U.S. Cities
• Arctic Blast Freezes Nearly Half of Nation; NSA Denies Spying on Members of Congress; Brain Injury Cases Raise Ethical Issues; Suspect in Priest Killing Jailed Hours Before; Massive Snow Storms, Cold Sweep U.S.; MSNBC Host Apologizes to Mitt Romney's Family; Does P.C. Halt Conversation on Tough Issues?
• Arctic Blast to Hit Half the U.S.; Paul Walker's Official Autopsy Released; Pot Buyers Brave Winter Storm; Enforcing New Pot Laws in Colorado; Wanted Man Who Faked Suicide Found Alive; Warren Weinstein's Family Hopes for His Release; Accused Priest Killer Jailed Hours Before Crime; Was NFL Player Cut for Same-Sex Marriage Views?; Poor Families Struggle to Stay Warm
• Arctic Weather Sweeps Across U.S.; Popular Catholic Priest Murdered in Eureka, California; U.S. Marine Corps Delays Deadline for New Physical Requirements; Final Coroner's Rreport on Paul Walker's Death; Rock'n'Roll Legend Phil Everly Passes Away; Al-Qaeda Rises in Iraq
• Arctic Blast Freezes Nearly Half of Nation; 300 People Skip Customs in JFK Security Mixup; New Year, New You?; Paul Walker's Death Ruled Accident By Coroner; A Look At The Downton Abbey Home; New York's Governor Set To Announce Executive Order Allowing Limited Medical Marijuana Usage
• Boston Struggling with Bitter Cold; New York Digging out from Blizzard; Report: Paul Walker Died soon after Crash; Pot Sales Rake in More than $1 Million; : Packers Giving Fans Free Hot Drinks; Historic Cold Expected For Playoff Game; Fans Go Sledding In Fenway Park; Dr. Gupta: Brain Death Is Irreversible; Death Certificate Issued For Brain Dead Girl; Newspapers Call For Snowden Clemency; Olympic Security Concerns After Bombings
• A Cold Snap Beyond Ordinary; Boston Digging Out from Mounds of Snow; NSA Developing Encryption-Busting Computer; Al Qaeda Linked Groups on Rise in Iraq
• Olympic Security Concerns After Bombings; Monster Storm Turns Deadly; New York Digging Out From Blizzard; Boston Struggling With Bitter Cold; Arctic Blast To Hit Half Of the U.S.; Blast Near U.S. Military Base In Kabul; Barbara Bush Leaves Hospital Today; Death Certificate For Brain Dead Girl; Report: Paul Walker Died Soon After Crash; Kerry Working On Framework For Peace Deal Between Israel and Palestinians; Viewers Share Their Storm Stories; Staying Safe And Warm In Deep Freeze; Accused Priest Killer Jailed Hours Before Crime; Formula One Icon In Coma After Skiing Accident; Agreement On Brain Dead Girl's Transfer
• Artic Blast About To Sweep Across U.S.; Catholic Priest Found Dead In Eureka, California; U.S. Marine Corps Delays Deadline For New Physical Requirements; Coroner's Report Rules Paul Walker's Death An Accident; Rock 'n' Roll Legend Phil Everly Dead; Michael Schumacher Still In Coma; Vitamin E Said To Help Alzheimer's Patients


January 03, 2014
• Coverage of Mayor Updating NYC Response to Snowstorm; Blackout Looms for Packers; From the Frontlines of the Storm
• Storm Pounds 100 Million as It Hits Northeast; Life-Threatening Cold Cripples Midwest; 1/3 of the Nation In Path of Huge Winter Storm
• Storm Pounds Northeast; Stocks Hesitate; Obamacare Ruling; How Ruling could Impact Obamacare; Original Cheerios Goes GMO-Free; Ex- Viking Slams "Bigot" and "Cowards"; Storm Pounds as it Hits Northeast
• Boston Slammed with 15 Inches of Snow; Blizzard Blasts New York, and Massachusetts and Coast; 100 Million People in Storm Zone; Bitter Cold to Last Several Days; Packers Game May Get Record Cold Temps; Sub-Zero Temperatures; Packers Game; Birth Control Mandate; Interview with Green Bay Mayor
• Dangerous Cold, Heavy Snow Hit East Coast; Flights Cancel Due to Weather; Interview with Packers Quarterback Bart Starr; Female Marines Unable to Meet Minimum Fitness Requirements
• Winter Storm Hits the Country; Pot Retailers Enter New Territory; Al Qaeda Militants Threaten Iraq
• Paul Walker Autopsy Report Released; Winter Wallop; Doctor Missing
• Winter Storm Brings Snow and Winds; AT&T and T-Mobile Battle for Customers; Two Users Sue Facebook; Netflix Drops Some Movies, Adds Others; NFL Player Says He Was Fired for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage; California Man Claims Mega Millions; Pope Francis Draws Vatican Visitors; Automakers Post Strongest Sales in Six Year; Clay Aiken Considering Congressional Run
• Blizzard Warnings In Parts Of New York; One in Three Americans Hit By Nor'Easter; 100 Million Feel Wrath Of Winter Storm; Report: 1,752 U.S. Flights Canceled Today; Man Rescued From Icy Lake; Ex- Vikings Punter Slams Coaches, GM
• Wind Chill Could Dip To Negative 30 Degrees; NFL Fans Face Potential Cold Weather Dangers; Mental Patient Captured After Escaping Hospital; Marines Delay 3-Pull Up Requirement For Women; Did SeaWorld Impact Blackfish Poll Results?


January 02, 2014
• First Trading Day of 2014; Massive Nor-Easter; Snowden's Clemency; Barbara Bush in Hospital; Recreational Pot Flies off Colorado Shelves
• Massive Nor'Easter Headed For East Coast; Massive Winter Storm Slams The Midwest; Antarctica Rescue Mission Complete; Newspapers Push For Snowden's Clemency; Well Wishers Urge Barbara Bush Recovery; North Dakota Railway Reopens After Crash; Kerry Arrives In Mideast For Peace Talks; Group Says Snapchat Hack Was Meant To "Raise Public Awareness" Of Security Risk; Banker Declared Dead, Nabbed In $21M Fraud
• Newspapers Push for Snowden's Clemency; Macy's, Martha Stewart Settle Lawsuit; Time Magazine's User Guide to 2014; Alabama QB's Bond with Fellow Student
• Jobless Claims Fall More Than Expected; Millions Brace for Massive Winter Storm; Newspapers Push for Snowden's Clemency; Antarctica Rescue Mission Complete; Snapchat Hacked, User Info Leaked Online
• New York Bracing for Nor-Easter; Blizzard Warnings Posted for Long Island; 22 Crew Members Remain on Frozen Ship; "New York Times" Urges Clemency for Snowden; Colorado Pot Sales; Democrats See Liberal Resurgence; Nor'easter to Hit Boston & New York
• Two Major Storms in U.S. to Collide on East Coast; Storms Affecting Travel; Tracking the Storm Paths; Two Newspapers Support Clemency for Edward Snowden; Priest Murdered in California; More Controversy for "Duck Dynasty's" Phil Robertson.
• Winter Storms; Marijuana in Colorado; Dead Banker Captured
• Winter Weather; Marijuana Tourism?; Suspect Named in Priest's Murder
• Snow Closes Logan International; Can Hackers Be Stopped? LZ Granderson Says Red Lobster's Problems Linked to Income Inequality and Minimum Wage; Antarctic-Stranded Russian Ship Passengers Rescued; Man Steals Brains From Museum; Family Watches Over Internet As Loved One Dies in Hospital; Crack-Smoking Mayor Files for Re-Election Run; Woman Receives Package for Obama Girls' Godmother
• Nearly 100 Million People In Storm's Path; Parents Of Murdered Teen Forgive Killer; Two Major Papers Push Clemency For NSA Leaker; CNN Anchor's Secret Health Battle; Shia Labeouf's Bizarre Apology Campaign


January 01, 2014
• Obama Hopeful for 2014; Supreme Court Halts Obamacare Rule; Zappos Tries Holocracy; MSNBC Host is Sorry for Mocking Romneys; Residential Building Fire near Minneapolis; Ringing in 2014 on an Ice- Locked Ship
• Blackout Looming for Packers Playoff Game; Pot Sales Now Legal in Colorado; Ringing in 2014 in an Ice-locked Ship; Antarctic Rescue Attempt Delayed; Full-time Worker's Emotional Struggle; Why 2014 Could Bring Lower Gas Prices
• Barbara Bush Hospitalized; Justice Sotomayor Blocks Part of Health Care Law; New Year's Day Bowl Games; Pot Sales Now Legal In Colorado; Pope Turns to Hopes, Challenges of 2014
• New New York City Mayor's Swearing In and Speech
• Liberal NYC Mayor De Blasio Sworn In; Obamacare Kicks in Starting Today; Barbara Bush Hospitalized; Kim Jung-Un New Year's Speech Warns U.S.
• Minneapolis Apartment Fire; Snow Forecast; Nixing Buggy Rides; Pot Shops Open; James Avery Dies; Sotomayor Forces Obamacare Defense; Barbara Bush In Hospital
• Minneapolis Fire Update; New Mayor of New York Sworn In; Pot Legal in Colorado
• Life on Minimum Wage; Putin Visits Volgograd Survivors; Kim Jong-un Calls U.S., South Korea "War Maniacs"; Chicago Violence Down; Claire Davis Memorial; Jovan Belcher's Mother Sues Chiefs; Barbara Bush Hospitalized; Russian Ship May Soon Be Rescued; Dubai Sets Fireworks Record; Packers May Be Blacked Out -- In Green Bay; Aaron Rodgers Denies Gay Rumors
• Apartment Building On Fire In Minneapolis; Barbara Bush Hospitalized; Obamacare: Court Backs Church Challenge; Snowstorm Targets Midwest, Northeast; Investigators To Visit Train Crash Site; De Blasio Takes Oath As New York Mayor; "Fast & Furious" Gun Used In Shootout; 13 Injured In Fire At Minneapolis Apartment Building
• Barbara Bush's "Respiratory Related Issue"; CNN Retraces Racing Star's Skiing Accident; WDSU: Brad Pitt Charity Replaces Wood In Houses It Built That Began Rotting; Groom Could Face Charges In Newlywed's Death; What Will The Economy Do In 2014?; Same Sex Wedding At The Rose Parade; Pop Music Predictions For 2014


December 31, 2013
• Colorado Schools Have a Pot Problem; Consumer Confidence Rebounds in December; 21 Days to Forgive
• New York Ramps Up New Year's Eve Security; Arctic Freeze Moves In For New Year's Eve; Residents Evacuated After Fiery Train Crash; Chopper Rescue Planned For Ice Bound Ship; Consumer Confidence Rebounds In December; Final Hours Before Colorado Pot Sales; Boss Of Botched Obamacare Site Retires; Target: Some Gift Cards Not Fully Activated; The NSA's Secret And Elite Spy Unit
• Obamacare Deadline; Robots Replace Guards At Airports; Enrollment Hits 2 Million; Countries Celebrate Start of 2014; Air Quality Unknown Near Oil Fire Site; NSA Track iPhones; Pot Going on Sale
• Obama Took Big Hit Following Obamacare Rollout; Ski Accident Brings Sports Danger to Spotlight; NYC to Ban Horse-drawn Carriages; The World Rings in the New Year.
• Arctic Freeze Moves in for New Year's Eve; Big Jump in Home Prices; Final Hours Before Colorado Pot Sales
• Times Square Gets Ready; New Year's Parties; Holiday Forecast; Colorado Legalizes Pot; Jahi McMath Given Another Week; Pope Pushes Wealthy Catholic
• Stocks Higher; Dangers of Skiing; Ship Still Stuck in Antarctic Ice; Gay Couple to Marry While on Rose Parade Float; MSNBC Apologizes for Host Who Ridiculed Adopted Baby; Man Pretends to Be Homeless, Gives Back to the Charitable; TV Game Show's Most Expensive Prize Ever
• New Year's Celebrations; Countdown to Legal Pot Sales in Colorado; Will Markets Continue Record Run?
• Wealthy Catholic: Pope Pushing "Vinegar"; New Orleans Ready to Ring in 2014; Beyonce Video Under Fire Over NASA Audio; Buzzfeed's "Most Important" 2013 Political Pics; Zappo's Reinvents Corporate Culture; Samsung Selling 110-Inch UHT TV
• Russian Ship Stranded; The Year Behind in Politics; 40,000 New State Rules Take Effect; Tim Tebow Has New Job


December 30, 2013
• Benghazi Report; Enrollment Numbers; Top News Stories of 2013; Redskins Fire Mike Shanahan
• Two Terror Strikes before Russian Olympics; How to Save Money Next Year; An Up-close Look at Antarctica's Thick Ice; New Rules for Vending Machines; Robin Roberts Reveals Longtime Girlfriend
• Helicopter To Airlift Stranded Passengers; More Than 1.1M Sign Up For Obamacare; Two Terror Strikes Before Russian Olympic Games; Cruise Ship Passenger Jumps Overboard; "Black Monday" For The NFL; Formula One Champ In Coma After Skiing Accident; Colorado Pot Sales Begin Wednesday
• Two Terror Strikes Before Russian Games; Sign-Ups Surge Ahead of Obamacare Deadline; Colorado Legalizes Pot in Two Days; Antarctica Ship Still Stranded
• NSA Intercepting Laptops Ordered Online; Obamacare Enrollment Surges; Bombings Hit Russia Ahead of Olympics; Stranded Ship to Get Chopper Rescue; Racing Great in Coma; Black Monday Hits NFL Coaches; Numbers Show Fewer Flight Delays; U.S. Stocks Little Changed; Pot Becoming Legal; Political Battles
• 2014 Political Battles Brewing; NYC to Ban E-Cigarettes; Target Customers' Pin Info Stolen; Is Healthcare.gov Website Safe?
• Arapahoe School Shooting; Bombings in Russia; Fighting for Jahi; Shark Family Photo; Refusing Flu Vaccine; Missing Doctor Video
• Two Bombings Hit Russia; Ship Remains Stranded in Antarctica
• Recreational Pot Legal in Colorado Starting January 1st; Heartbreaking Moments from 2013; Top 10 Stories of 2013; Obama's Favorite Shows; "GMA's" Robin Roberts Reveals Her Homosexuality; Cave Diving - the Allure and Dangers
• New Videos Show Missing Doctor Singing, Talking To Her Mystery, "Love" and "Baby"; Church Nativity Scene Features Trayvon Martin; FDA Hopes People Will Choose Healthier Snacks; Richard Simmons On 2014 Health Trends; NFL Coaches Axed On "Black Monday"; Volcano Erupts In El Salvador, Thousands Evacuating Homes; FedEx Worker Fired After Package Toss Was Caught On Security Camera


December 29, 2013
• Ice Breaker Gets Closer To Stranded Ship; Suicide Bomber Kills 16 At Russian Train Station; FBI: Alleged Cop Killer And Bank Robber Dead; More Cold Air Blowing Into Northeast; "New York Times" Report Busts Benghazi Myths; Ice Breaker Gets Closer To Stranded Ship; Formula One Legend Injured While Skiing; Ringing In 2014 With Pedal Power; A&E Reinstates "Duck Dynasty" Star; "New York Times" Report Busts Benghazi Myths; Public Sees Poor Economy, Despite Gains; Who Will Take Control In 2014 Midterms?; Washington Says Goodbye To 2013; Minneapolis Metrodome To Be Demolished
• Expedition Team Stuck In Thick Ice; Suicide Bomber Hits Russian Train Station; Over A Million Now Signed Up For Obamacare; "New York Times" Report Shows Stunning New Picture Of Benghazi Attack
• German Driving Legend in Critical Condition; Australian Icebreaker within 11 Nautical Miles of Ship; Dead Suspect in Cop Killing Identified; Colorado's Marijuana Sales Begin Wednesday; New Year's Eve Traditions Around the World; Biggest Scandals Of 2013
• Expedition Team Stuck in Ice; Suicide Bomber Hits Russian Train Station; Over A Million Signed Up for Obamacare; "New York Times" Report on Benghazi Attack; Michael Schumacher in Coma
• Michael Schumacher In A Coma; 16 Killed In Blast At Russian Train Station; Will the Obamacare Signup Surge Continue?; Top 10 Stories of 2013
• Mississippi Shootout Kills One Police Officer, Wounds Another, Manhunt Continues; Huge Blast in Volgograd Station; Michael Schumacher in Coma After Injury; Michael Schumacher in a Coma; Extended Benefits Expired Saturday; Food Banks Prepare for Possible Surge; This Week in Sports


December 28, 2013
• Extended Unemployment Benefits Ending for Americans; Ship Trapped in Ice in Antarctica; NFL Approaches End of Regular Season; Target Customers PIN Numbers Possibly Compromised by Hackers; Anti- Government Protests Take Place in Egypt; Hollywood Prepares for Oscars; New Year's Hangover Tips From Around the World
• Ship Trapped in Ice in Antarctica; Target Customers PIN Numbers Possibly Compromised by Hackers; Anti-Government Protests Take Place in Egypt
• Target's Hacker Admission; Four Americans Held By Libyan Government Released; Al Qaeda Affiliates Pose New Dangers; Protesters, Police Clash Again in Cairo; A&E "Duck Dynasty" Resuming with Entire Cast
• PIN Data Stolen in Target Breach; Antarctica Ship Still Waiting for Rescuers; Final Report Out on Sandy Hook Massacre; 1.3 Million Lose Jobless Benefits Today; Ship Still Stuck in the Ice; Target: Hackers Did Steal PIN Data; 1.3 Million Losing Jobless Benefits Today; A&E Reinstates Reality Star Phil Robertson; Top Ten Money Stories Of 2013; Top Ten Crimes And Trials Of 2013; Syracuse Rallies Past Minnesota In Texas Bowl
• PIN Data Stolen In Target Breach; Antarctica Ship Still Waiting For Rescuers; Four Americans Released In Libya; Judge: NSA Data Collection Is Legal; 1.3 Million Lose Jobless Benefits Today; Federal Judges At Odds Over NSA Phone Data; Top Cases Of 2013: Zimmerman Trial; Al Qaeda Affiliates Pose New Dangers; Big Security Breaches At Two Airports; Big Chill For Northeast, Midwest; Pentagon Has Its First K-9 Combat Veteran
• Rescue Ship Unable to Move Forward; 1.3 Million Lose Jobless Benefits; PIN Data Stolen in Target Breach; Man Charged with Hate Crime; The Highs and Lows of 2013; Washington Says Goodbye to 2013; Prices Going up in 2014; The Business of Being Britney Spears
• Target Customers' PIN Numbers Stolen; Americans Not Feeling Economic Gains; Heavy Ice Preventing Antarctica Rescue
• Target Customers' Pin Numbers Stolen; Analysts: Al Qaeda Getting Stronger; Hate Crime Charges in "Knockout" Attack; Colorado Pot Sales to Begin on January 1; Priest Abuse Cover-Up Conviction Reversed; How Do Icebreakers Get Stuck; Can Congress Change Its Image?; Phil Robertson Returns to Duck Dynasty Flock; Big Bertha Blocked in Seattle
• Expedition Team Stuck In Thin Ice; Target PIN Security Breach Widespread; Libya Sets Four Americans Free; Fears Of Civil War In South Sudan Growing Fast; Knockout Gamer Charged with Hate Crime; New Pope, New Vatican, New Hope?; Pope Francis the Fashionista?; Pot Becomes Legal in Colorado; Whiskey-Making Revs Up in London


December 27, 2013
• The Income Gap; Great Economic Disconnect; Winners & Losers 2013; Aaron Rodgers Ready to Return on Sunday
• The Impact of Media on U.S. Culture; Sports' Winners and Losers of 2013; Al Qaeda operatives Rebounded in 2013; Top 10 International Stories of 2013
• Beirut Bombing Killed 6, Wounded 70 Plus; Struggling with Unemployment; Dow Hits 50th Record Close; Power Outages to Continue Through Weekend; Moments that Got Women Talking
• Target Stolen PIN Data Was Strongly Encrypted; NSA Phone Program Is Legal; Widespread Flu in the U.S.; Nationwide Manhunt for Cop Killer; Egypt Rounds Up Muslim Brotherhood; Political Winners and Losers of 2013
• 2013 Political Winners, Losers; 2013 Political Issues Winners, Losers; Alabama State Senator Wants to Declare Phil Robertson a Hero; 2013 Top-10 Crime and Justice Stories.
• NSA Data Collection is Legal; Unemployment Pay Running Out; Delta Incorrect Pricing; Al Qaeda Poised for More Attacks; 2013 Pop Culture Winners & Losers
• Ship Stranded in Antarctica; Federal Judge Calls NSA Surveillance Legal; Hate Crime Charged Over Knockout Game
• Top Tech 2013; Van Smashes Into Ga. Dept of Revenue to Steal ATM; Piranha Attack Swimmers in Argentina; Salvation Army Worker Finds Donated Wedding Ring; Batman Collection Named by Guinness As World's Largest; Cold Weather Continues; Top International Stories of 2013; Kerry Meets Snoop; New Cowboy QB Donates Game Salary to His High School
• H1N1 Deaths Open Dangerous Flu Season; 1.3 Million To Lose Jobless Benefits Tomorrow; Help On The Way For Stranded Ship; Car Bomb Kills Key U.S. Ally In Beirut; Delta Fliers Snag Super Low Fares; Storms Cause Outages, Massive Wrecks; U.N. Rushes Reinforcements To South Sudan; Licensed Pot Shops To Open In Colorado; Mixed Messages On 2013's Biggest Stories
• 2013 Pop Culture Winners And Losers; Officials Warn Of Drug Resistant Superbugs; Licenses Pot Shops To Open In Colorado; Top Crimes And Trials Of 2013


December 26, 2013
• After-Christmas Sales Starts; UPS Blasted for Christmas Delivery Failure; American Hostage Pleads for U.S. Help; Americans to Congress: You're the Worst; Controversial Parenting Stories of 2013; Target: No Evidence PIN Data Was Hacked
• Political Images; Highway Heroes; Biggest Scandals of 2013
• UPS Apologizes for not Getting All; Negative Online Review Triggers Lawsuits; Highway Heroes Rescue Man from Flames; Cruise Ship Stuck off Antarctica; Dish, DirectTV Raise Rates in 2014; Top Ten Entertainment Stories of 2013
• UPS Trying to Get Back on Track; Obama Thanks Troops for Sacrifice; Congress Sinks Lower in New Poll; Man Saved from Burning Car; American Hostage Video; Civil War Feared; Prospects for Midterms
• Prospects for Midterm Elections; Top-10 Scandals of 2013; Couple Fined by Online Retailer; First Pot Licenses Go Out in Colorado; Cabbie Finds, Returns $300,000 in Cash
• Deep Discounts; Target Talks Hacking; Terrorists Video; Burning Vehicle Rescue; Weather Outlook; Congress Stinks
• Terrorist Video Shows American Pleading; Turmoil in Egypt
• Utah Couple Sues Over Online Review Fine; Post-Christmas Sales Begin; Ship Stranded in Antarctic Ice; LAX Gunman Pleaded Not Guilty; Man Breaches Newark Airport Security in Dress and High Heels; Vegas Cabbie Returns Passenger's Forgotten $300,000; Scandals of 2013
• Target: No Evidence Pin Data Was Hacked; Dow, S&P Open At Record Highs; Retailers Lure Shoppers With Deep Discounts; Thousands Still Without Power; Cruise Ship Stuck Off Antarctica; Captive American Pleads For U.S. Help; Americans Less Than Excited About Midterms; Some States Give Workers A Raise; Violence Intensifies In South Sudan; LAX Shooting Suspect In Court Today; Fury After Shippers Miss Delivery Deadlines
• Outrage Follows UPS Deliveries Delay; Huge Deals For Post- Holiday Shoppers; Auburn Fan's Priceless Reaction; Big Bertha Stopped In Her Tracks; Passenger Stuck In Ship Off Antarctica; NYT: U.S. Sends Iraq Government Missiles, Drones; Top 10 Entertainment Stories of 2013


December 25, 2013
• Snowden Warns of Government Surveillance; Top 10 Weather Stories of 2013; Top Sports Stories for 2014
• Signups Surge Ahead of Obamacare Deadline; Business Trends to Watch in 2014
• President & Mrs. Obama's Christmas Message; Queen Elizabeth Gives Traditional Christmas Greeting; NSA Leaker Edward Snowden Delivered an Alternative Christmas Message from Moscow; Fifty U.S. Marines Spend Christmas on Standby; UPS Apologizes for Late Deliveries
• Pope Keeps Christmas Message Simple, to the Point; Cold Weather and Power Losses; Top-10 2013 Weather Stories; Meet Barry Black, U.S. Senate Chaplain
• Pope Francis' Christmas Message; UPS Delays
• Top Tech of 2014; Taliban Strikes U.S. Embassy in Kabul; U.S. Marines Ready to Enter South Sudan; Vets Help Vets at Dixon Center; Top Weather Stories of 2013
• Taliban Attacks; Edward Snowden's Christmas Message; Hundreds of Gay Couples Marry in Utah; U.S. Marines on Standby Near South Sudan
• "Black Friday" for App Downloads; Most Inspirational Moments of 2013; Pope Francis Delivers First Christmas Message; U.S. Embassy Attacked by Taliban; Signup Surges for Obamacare
• President Barack Obama's Christmas Message; Queen Elizabeth Delivers Traditional Christmas Greeting to British People; UPS Apologizes
• Christmas Celebrated Around The World; Officials: 2M Healthcare.gov Visitors Monday; U.S. Embassy Attacked By Taliban; 50 U.S. Marines Deployed To Uganda; Pussy Riot Remains Defiant After Release; Pope: Shun Pride And Selfishness; Mall Visitors See Familiar Santa; Remembering The Meaning Of Christmas
• Pop Culture In 2014: What's Next?; Soldier Reunites With Family This Christmas; Top Ten Money Stories Of 2013
• Pope Francis Urges Peace in Syria; Does Chris Christie Have a "Bully" Problem?


December 24, 2013
• Markets Close Early for Christmas Holiday; Last-Minute Shoppers Hunt for Deals; Obama Signs Up for ObamaCare; Tracking Santa's Sleigh; 49ers Close Out Candlestick with Wild Win
• NSA Leaker Snowden: Mission Accomplished; Pope's First Christmas on the Job; Washington Says Goodbye to 2013
• Urgent, Dangerous Space Walk Underway; Target Shopping Sales Down; Obamacare Deadline Extended; NSA Leaker Snowden: Mission Accomplished; Pope's First Christmas on the Job
• Edward Snowden Mission Accomplished; Emergency Spacewalk Underway; Almost 2 Million Visit HealthCare.gov Before Enrollment Deadline; Dow Higher Ahead Of Holiday; Last-Minute Shopping; Shoppers Hunt for Last-Minute Deals; How Hackers Get Your Info; Texas Man Wants Pregnant Wife Taken Off Life Support
• Traffic Spoke on Healthcare.gov; Top Political Moments of 2013; NY Mayor-Elect Reveals Family Secret; Smaller Airplane Seat Spacing Causes Tension; Economy Making a Scrooge Christmas.
• Big Sales, Extended Hours Await Shoppers; Pope's First Christmas as Catholic Leader; NASA Conducts Christmas Eve Spacewalk
• Lifestyle Choices May Influences Genes; De Blasio's Daughter Talks About Substance Abuse, Depression; Utah Judge Allows Same-Sex Marriages; Massachusetts Military Couple Surprises Their Kids With Homecoming; Top Sports Stories of 2013
• Obamacare Web Site Setting Records; Last-Minute Shopping; Edward Snowden Opens Up
• Urgent, Dangerous Spacewalk Under Way; The Average American Will Spend About $740 This Holiday Shopping Season; Russia Frees Foes Ahead Of Olympics; 1.3 Million To Lose Jobless Benefits; $100M Settlement In Meningitis Outbreak; Last Minute Deals As Stores Lure Shoppers; Same Sex Couples Rush To Marry In Utah
• Pregnant Woman Kept On Life Support; Researcher Resigns After Spiking Blood To Falsify The Results Of AIDS Vaccine; Reporter: Snowden Launched Public Debate; Top International Stories Of 2013


December 23, 2013
• Opening Bell Rings on Wall Street; Mystery Stops Seattle Tunnel Project; "Letters to Santa" Celebrates 101 Years; Americans Airlifted from South Sudan; Wildfire Ate through 34 Homes; Poll: American's Don't Like Obamacare
• Americans Airlifted from South Sudan; Retailers Customize Your Shopping; Inspire Barbecue; 30plus years of Snapshots with Santa
• Manchin Worries About Obamacare Costs; P.R. Exec Fired For Crass AIDS Tweet; New Safeguards After Target Hacking; American Rescued From South Sudan; Ice, Snow, Floods, Storms Hit U.S.; Christmas Eve Spacewalk Mission; Rodman: North Korea Trip Was "Awesome"; Americans Airlifted From South Sudan
• Healthcare Deadline Today; New Safeguards After Target Hacking; Freezing Cold, Rain and Snow Coming; Louisiana's Lieutenant Governor Says "Duck Dynasty" Key to Tourism; Beyonce Plays Santa; U.S. Weighs Action in South Sudan; NASA Spacewalk
• Obama Signs Up for Obamacare; Obamacare Deadlines Postponed for 1 Day; Majority of Americans Oppose Health Care Law; Civil Rights Leaders Protest Against Obama's Georgia Court Appointment; Beyonce Plays Santa at Walmart; Top-10 Moments in Sports.
• Obamacare Support Falls; New Safeguards After Target Hacking; Peyton Manning; NFL; Sports; 2013; Business; Lifestyle; Women
• Chase Limits Debit Cards; Obama Signs Up For Coverage; Weather Update; Georgia Says No to A&E; U.S. Marines In Africa
• Target Sued Over Hacking; 'Duck Dynasty' Controversy; Dennis Rodman Returns From North Korea
• Twitter And The Mentality Of Mob Justice; Obama Signs Up For Health Coverage; Spacesuit Trouble Delays NASA's Spacewalk Until Christmas Eve; The Real-Life "Wolf Of Wall Street"; Top Crimes And Trials Of 2013
• Duck Dynasty Fallout Not Fading; Cracker Barrel Resumes Selling Duck Dynasty Merch; Louisiana Lieutenant Gov Says Duck Dynasty Good for Tourism; Two Teachers Save School Bus Kids; Transplant Kid Improving; ILC Dover Makes Spacesuits; Charles Ramsey Signs Book Deal; Apple Gets iPhone Deal in China; CNN Reviews Year in Politics


December 22, 2013
• Three Dead in Kentucky; Obama Responds to South Sudan Violence; Rodman Wraps Up Trip to North Korea; Congress Passes Military Sexual Assault Bill; Deaf Athlete Thrives; Winter Storm Creates Havoc For Travelers In Northeast; New York City Gets 70-Degree Weather Three Days Before Christmas; The Big Business Of College Bowls; Story Behind Elf On The Shelf; Celebrating The Awkward Family Photos That Accompany Holiday Season; Being Targeted At Target
• Holiday Travel Nightmare?; Record High Temps along East Coast; Growing Tension in South Sudan; Obama's Highs and Lows in 2013; NASA Delays Emergency Spacewalk; Santana Reunites With Homeless Bandmate; Finding Evidence Of Noah's Big Flood
• Storm Hits During Busy Travel Weekend; Record High Temps on East Coast; Facebook to Join S&P 500; Americans Evacuated from South Sudan; NASA Delays Next Emergency Spacewalk; Teen Dies a Week after School Shooting; President Obama Briefed on South Sudan; Failed Evacuation Attempt Out of South Sudan; Pope Francis' First Christmas At Vatican; Former Russian Dissident Opens Up About His Time Behind Bars; Spreading Christmas Cheer
• Will U.S. Take Further Action in South Sudan?; Will Weather Hamper Holiday Travel Week?; Schumer Wants Target Data Theft Investigated; Pope Francis' First Christmas Mass; BuzzFeed's Predictions for 2014; Inspiring Barbeque Teaches Life Lessons; Ready for Super Bowl Tuesday?; Capitol Dome to undergo Big Renovation; Real- Life Wolf of Wall Street
• Storm Hits During Busy Travel Weekend; Record High Temps along East Coast; Obama's Approval Ratings Plummet; Turning Around the Obama Presidency; Renovating the Capitol Dome; 2013 Year in Review; Bullying Leads to Suicide


December 21, 2013
• Astronauts Repairing International Space Station; U.S. Aircraft Damaged in South Sudan; Target Credit Card Security Breached; Mike Tyson Stars on Broadway in One-Man Show; Child Who Received Lung Transplant Recovering
• Three U.S. Military Aircraft Come Under Attack In South Sudan; Powerful Winter Storm Poses Danger On U.S. Roads; Can Edward Snowden Be Granted Amnesty?; Emergency Spacewalk Wraps Up; Pope Francis: The People's Pope
• Sudan Rescue Attempt Failed; Wacky Weather Disrupting Holiday Travel; Missing Five Year Old
• Snow and Ice Threaten Holiday Travel; President Obama Briefed in South Sudan Travel; Four Men Arrested in Fatal Mall Carjacking; Five-Year-Old Boy Missing for Three Months; Mother and Her Boyfriend Charged; Thief Turns in Suspected Pedophile; Obama's Sinking Approval Rating, Other Political Winners, Losers; When Celebrities Say Things They Shouldn't; Awkward Family Photos Live Forever on Web; "Wolf of Wall Street's" Partying Was Real
• Astronauts Wrap Up A Five-And-A-Half Hour Space Walk; Southern Illinois Basketball Coach Becomes Famous; Duck Dynasty Star Suspended Indefinitely; For Million Credit and Debit Cards Breached; Wicked Weather Threatens Holiday Travel; "Laziest" Government Worker Going to Prison
• Snow & Ice Threaten Holiday Travel; Four U.S. Service Members Injured in South Sudan; Kerry Sending Envoy to South Sudan; ISS Emergency Spacewalk Under Way; 40 Million Credit and Debit Cards Breached; Dennis Rodman's Back in North Korea; FBI Seizing School's Videos Where Teen Died; Packer Fans Shovel Snow At Lambeau Field; Lindsey Vonn Aggravates Injured Knee; Inspire BBQ Teaches Life Lessons; Obamas On Vacation In Hawaii For 16 Days; E-Cigarettes: Lifesaver Or New Danger?; CNN Documentary Spawns SeaWorld Boycott
• Astronauts Repairing International Space Station; U.S. Aircraft Damaged in South Sudan; Winter Hits Parts of U.S.; "Duck Dynasty" Star Suspended for Controversial Comments; Obamacare Debated; Target Credit Card Security Breached
• Storm Creates Holiday Travel Nightmare; Four U.S. Service Members Injured In South Sudan; Kerry Sending Envoy To South Sudan; Four Arrested In Deadly New Jersey Carjacking; ISS Emergency Spacewalk Under Way; "Duck Dynasty" Star Suspended; "Walking Dead" Creator Sues AMC; Kasem's Kids: We Aren't Allowed To See Our Dad; Many Insurance Companies Dumping Senior Patients; Obama's Approval Ratings Plummet; Will Ferrell Gives Scoop On "Anchorman"
• Show and Ice Threaten Holiday Travel; Four U.S. Service Members Injured in South Sudan; Reality TV Star Suspended; What's Dennis Rodman Up to in North Korea; Interview with Greg Louganis; Pain Doctor Investigated for Patient Deaths; Toymaker Sends Christmas in a Shoe Box


December 20, 2013
• SeaWorld Buys Full-Page Ad; Apollo Theater Roof Collapse; ISS Emergency Spacewalks; NASA has New Snorkels and towels; "Duck" Clan Rallies around TV Patriarch
• Entire High School to be Tested for Tuberculosis; NYC Inches toward Ban on E-Cigarettes; Paul Walker Honored in New Music Video; Conservatives Support "Duck Dynasty"; The Season for Year-End Lists
• Snow, Ice From Midwest To New England; Entire High School To Be Tested For Tuberculosis; Target Contacts Customers After Massive Hack; Obama To Hold News Conference; Olympian Brian Boitano Comes Out As Gay; One On One With Mike Tyson
• Obama Approval Ties All-Time Low; GDP Grows In Third Quarter; Stocks Gain Ground; Travelers Face Ice, Snow And Rain; Boozy Behavior Costs General's Job; Kids Should Work For Lunch; Dennis Rodman Returns to North Korea; President Obama to Give News Conference;Names of Americans Killed Released
• Can Obama Get Presidency Back on Track; New Year Could Bring New Debt Battle; More Issues for Obama During Second Term; Awaiting Obama's End-of-the-Year Press Conference
• Obama News Conference
• President Obama's Press Conference Continues
• President Obama Concludes End-of-Year Press Conference; Analysis of President's Press Conference
• Analyzing President Obama's Press Conference
• U.S. Showing Economic Growth; Winter Storm Tangles Holiday Travel; Tuberculosis Outbreak at a California High School?; Celeb Chef's Former Assistants Not Guilty; As Signups Surge, New Changes to Obamacare; Rising Concern Over Smartphone Thefts


December 19, 2013
• Rodman Arrives in North Korea; Delta Says No Cell Calls on Flights; Delta Says No Cell Calls on Flights; Putin Defends Olympics, Stance on Homosexuality; College Basketball Rant of the Year
• Facebook Launches Auto-Play Video Ads; Diplomat's Arrest Strains U.S.-India Ties; One Direction Faces Plagiarism Claims; Bus Passengers Take Down Gunman; Outrage over Dangling Dog Photo
• Target Hacked; 40 Million Accounts at Risk; Hacking Credit Cards; First Lady Focuses on Obamacare; FCC Moves to End Sports Blackout Rule; A&E Suspends "Duck Dynasty" Star; Panel: Mend, But Don't End, NSA Snooping
• Target Had Up To 40 Million Credit Cards Breached; Aide Says Bill Would Give Iran Up To A Year; Hillary Clinton Says She'll Decide in 2014; Clinton Chided Over Iraq War Vote; Iowa Governor Says Biden Is Dead Meat Here; Russian Values Threatened; Obama Commutes Sentences
• Brian Boitano Comes Out as Gay; Seniors' Insurance Companies Dropping Doctors; President Obama's Brother's Book Details Father's Domestic Abuse; Legal War of Words Over Arrested, Strip-Searched Indian Diplomat
• Duck Dynasty Star Suspended
• Target Hacked, 40 Million Accounts At Risk; Tabloid Hacked Kate Middleton's Phone; Panel Advises Changes To NSA Surveillance; Putin: I Envy Obama Because He Can Spy On Others And Get Away With It; A&E Suspends "Duck Dynasty" Star; Hillary: I Haven't Made Up My Mind On 2016
• Chicken Danger?; Target Hacked; Super Bowl Saturday?
• Part of Apollo Theater in London Collapsed; Data Brokers Mine Your Information, Sell to Marketers
• 'Duck Dynasty' Star Suspended; Legally Deaf NFL Player


December 18, 2013
• Fed Meeting Discusses Taper; Ben Bernake's Tenure as Fed Chairman Comes to Close; Shooting in Reno; Mayor Ford "Sorry" for Corruption Claims; "The Wolf of Wall Street"; Investors Eyeing Fed Decision on Stimulus
• Diplomat's Arrest Strains U.S.-India Ties; Fed to Announce Stimulus Decision Today; Obama to Meet with NSA Review Group; Two Big Storms to Cross U.S. This Week
• The Case To Pull Back On Stimulus: Stronger Economy, Lower Unemployment Numbers; Two Winning Tickets Hit Mega Millions Jackpot; New Attempt To Jail "Affluenza" Teen; Fourteen Homes Destroyed In Late Season Wildfire; Gay Athletes Join U.S. Olympic Delegation; Dennis Rodman Leaves For Thursday For North Korea; Senate Could Approve Budget Today
• Fed Announces Stimulus Decision Next Hour; Jackpot Has Two Winning Tickets; Flames Rip Through Tennessee Plant; U.S. Feud Over Diplomat's Arrest; Sochi Picks Send Message to Russia; Rodman Goes to North Korea; Military Pension Cuts
• Military Benefits Targeted in Bipartisan Budget Deal; Obama Enlists Videos, Moms to Sell Obamacare to the Young; Elizabeth Warren Wants Employment Credit Checks Stopped; Obama Picks Gay U.S. Delegates to Attend Olympics in Russia
• Fed Stimulus Decision; Indian Diplomat Controversy; California Girl on Life Support; NSA Review Panel Recommends Changes
• NSA Review Panel Recommends Changes; Waiting On Winners Of $636 Million Lottery; Obama, First Lady Host Health Care Moms; "Affluenza" Teen Might End Up In Jail After All
• Fed to Reduce Economic Stimulus; President Obama Meets With Moms
• NASA Decides on Space Walk to Repair Space Station; Rodman Headed Back to North Korea; Southern Illinois Coach Rips Own Players; Ira Curry Is Georgia Mega Millions Winner
• Two Wins Mega Millions Jackpot; Budget's Military Cuts Rile Senators; Fed to Announce Stimulus Decision; U.S. Delegation to Sochi Olympics a Major Snub?;


December 17, 2013
• Six U.S. Soldiers Killed In Chopper Crash; Report: Auditor Warned FEC Of Computer Disk; Snowden Offers To Help Brazil Probe NSA; Senate To Hold Key Budget Vote This Hour; Glaxo To Stop Paying Doctors To Promote Drugs; FDA To Antibacterial Soap Makers: Prove Claims That Products Are Safe, Effective
• Obama Meets With Tech Giants; Tech Leaders Air NSA Concerns; Former Microsoft Executive To Oversee Obamacare Web Site; Web Firms Criticized For Tracking Users; Congress May Be Least Productive Ever; $1.1 Million Spent On Bus Stop; Wastebook Released; Mega Millions Lottery
• Obama's Approval Rating Drops; Anti-Bacterial Soap Makers Must Prove "Safer" Claims; Could Multivitamins Be Dangerous; New Details on Carnival Cruise Disaster in Gulf; More Upheaval in North Korea.
• Mega Millions Jackpot; Tech Bosses at White House; Senate Budget Approval; Family Tries to Stop Life Support Removal; Beatles Tracks Released
• Tech CEOs Meet With President Obama; Mega Millions Fever
• Budget Compromise Clears First Senate Hurdle; Student Suspended One Year for Hugging Teacher; Airport Guard Catches Falling Baby; Rare Beatles Songs Released; Mark O'Mara Responds to Florida Ethics Complaint; Deaf Missouri Father Hears Daughter Sing For First Time
• NSA Leaker Snowden To Brazil: I'll Swap You Spying Help For Political Asylum; Obama's "Worst Year In Washington"; Jordan Mansion Doesn't Sell At Auction
• President Obama Meets with Tech Leaders; Snowden Offers to Help Brazil Probe NSA; Chinese Hacked FEC During Shutdown; U.S. Helicopter Crashes in Afghanistan; Tonight's Mega Millions at $586 Million; Senator Coburn's "Wastebook 2013" Targets Big Federal Spending
• Another Round Of Winter Weather Set to Slam Northeast; Fed Meeting Scheduled Today; Fate Of Bipartisan Budget Deal Hangs In Senate; Protecting Beatles Copyright; No Touchdown, No Problem
• Judge Says NSA Phone Collections Unconstitutional; Mega Millions Jackpot Could Reach $1 Billion; Lost Beatles Recordings Released on iTunes; Tech Giants Meets President at the White House


December 16, 2013
• Investors Eye Possible Stimulus Cutbacks; Snowden Investigation; Next Presidential Election; Ryan, Clinton Viewed Favorably in Iowa Polls; Evacuations under Way at Harvard
• Evacuations Under Way At Harvard
• Evacuations Under Way at Harvard; Arapahoe High School Shooting
• Budget Deal Faces Close Senate Vote; New Details On Snowden's Impact; Amnesty For Snowden Debated; Harvard All Clear After Bomb Hoax; Northern U.S. Braces for More Snow; Storm Disrupts Shoppers and Shippers
• NSA Says Snowden Took 1.7 Million Documents; Boston Bomber Heard Voices, Received No Treatment; N.M. Teacher Told Boy Couldn't Dress as Santa; Playgrounds Built in Memory of Newtown
• Budget Deal; Pope Responds to Limbaugh Criticism; Historic NFL Collapse in Dallas; NSA Phone Surveillance Program
• Judge Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Unconstitutional; Will Senate Pass Budget Deal?
• More Artists Cancel Seaworld Concerts; Surprises Emerge In Iowa Poll; Judge Rules In Favor Of Polygamist Family; Groom Dies In Accident Hours After Wedding; Judge: NSA Phone Surveillance Unconstitutional
• Telemarketer Samantha West, Robot or Real?; Teacher Tells Student Santa Is White; Fox News Anchor Claims Jesus, Santa Are White; China Successfully Lands Rover on Moon; FDA May Ban Antibacterial Soaps; New Audio of Granite Mountain Hotshot Firefighters; Google Purchases Robotics Firm, Boston Dynamics; Mega Millions Grows to Half Billion
• NSA Weights Amnesty for Snowden; Holiday Shopper Killed in Mall Carjacking; School Shooting Victim in a Coma; Budget Proposal Up for a Vote in the Senate; Google Moves into Military robotics; First MLB Player Diagnosed with CTE; Stocks Worst Drop Since August


December 15, 2013


December 14, 2013
• School Shooting Takes Place in Colorado; Winter Storms Hits Parts of U.S.; "Saturday Night Live" Criticized for Lack of Black Female Cast Member; New Information Released on Sign Language Interpreter at Mandela Memorial; Gun Legislation Debated; College Quarterback Helps Fan; Congress May Not Pass Unemployment Insurance Extension
• One Shot, Gunman Dead in School Shooting; Police Search School Shooter's Home; Huge Snowstorm Aims for Northeast; Tragedy of Mass Shootings; Republican Infighting Erupts in Public; Can Boehner Hold Control Of GOP?; Newtown Shootings Inspire Group To Build; Trying To Fix Malfunction On Space Station; One Shot, Gunman Dead In School Shooting; Family Of An Accident Victim In The "Affluenza" Case Struggles To Cope; Beyonce Drops Surprise Album
• School Shooting Updates From Centennial, Colorado; Winter Storms Hits Parts of U.S.; House Speaker Speaks Out Against Conservative Groups
• 18-Year-Old Karl Pierson Shoots Two Students And Kills Himself In Arapahoe High School; Snowstorm Covers 1,000-Mile Swath Across Midwest; Teenage Boy Gets No Jail Time For Killing Four People Based On "Affluenza" Defense; Teen Drunk Driver: Too Rich for Jail?; Winter Storm Sweeps through East; Kanye Comment Irks Police; NASA Developing Human-Like Super Robot
• Massive Snowstorms Moves East; Remembering Sandy Hook; House Passed Budget
• Massive Snowstorm Moves East; Police Update on Arapahoe High School Shooting
• 18-Year-Old Karl Pierson Shoots Two Students And Kills Himself In Arapahoe High School; Snowstorm Covers 1,000-Mile Swath Across Midwest; Wichita Midcontinent Airport Employee Arrested After FBI Reveals Plans For Suicide Attack; Massive Snowstorm Barrels East; Feds Move to Make Meat Supply Safer; FCC Voted to Consider Lifting Ban on Calls
• Massive Snowstorm Moves East; School Shooting Lasted Under 80 Seconds; Interview with Hugh Jackman; One Million to Lose Unemployment Benefits; Remembering Newtown; Dealing with Mental Illness; AJ McCarron's Special Bond
• One Shot, Gunman Dead In School Shooting; 15-Year-Old Girl Hurt In School Shooting; Huge Snowstorm Aims For Northeast; Mega Jackpot Soars To $550 Million; Survival Techniques During Mass Shootings; Iran Holds American Rogue Spy?; North Korea Says Leader's "Scum" Uncle Executed; Looking For Answers After Newtown Tragedy; DUI Teen Kills Four People, Gets Probation; Iran: Second Launch Of Monkey Into Space
• School Shooting Stuns Colorado; 1,000 Mile Wide Snowstorm Heads East; Remembering the Sandy Hook Tragedy; Obama's Shake-up of White House Advisers; Airport Worker Attempted Car Bombing; The Odds of Winning Mega Millions Jackpot; Feds Fight Over Allowing Cell Phone In- Flight; Parents of Sandy Hook Victims on a Mission


December 13, 2013
• Man Missing in Iran Worked for CIA; Three Stabbed After NFL Game; Outrage over DUI Killer's Light Sentence; Controversy Surrounds This Year's Heisman
• Kim Jong-un's Uncle Executed; Obama's Image Control; Beyonce's Secret Album; Beyonce-Jay Z Duet in New Online Album; Animal Care in Question at National Zoo
• Kim Jong Un's "Scum" Uncle Executed; Boehner, Pelosi Find Common Ground; Dangerous Laser Attacks on Planes; Tonight's Mega Millions Jackpot is $400 million; Silicon Valley Honors Science Stars
• Report: Man Missing In Iran Worked For CIA; Three Stabbed After Broncos Game; Newlywed Admits Killing Husband; Boehner Slams Critics On Right; Snow Causes 40-Car Pile Up In Michigan; FCC To Weigh Lifting In-Flight Cell Ban; Charges Expected After Baruch College Freshman Dies Following Fray "Ritual"
• Winter Storm to Hit 23 States; Missing American Worked for CIA; North Korea Leader's Uncle Executed; Boehner Blasts Conservative Groups
• Jay Carney Discusses CIA Agent Robert Levinson; Tom Fuentes Worked with Levinson at FBI; Concerns Syrian Opposition Disintegrating, al Qaeda Taking Charge; SNL under Fire for Lack of Diversity.
• AP Levinson Report; Airport Terror Plot; Mega Millions Worth $425M; Lance Armstrong Would Cheat Again; Beyonce Drops Surprise New Album
• School Shooting in Littleton, Colorado
• Reports of School Shooting in Colorado; Uncle of North Korean Leader Executed
• Police Chief Slams Kanye West Remark; Fox News Anchor: Jesus and Santa Are White; FBI Arrests Man In Plot To Bomb Airport


December 12, 2013
• Interpreter For Deaf Slams "Fake" Claims; House To Vote On Budget Deal Today; NASA Works To Fix ISS Cooling Pump; Facebook Shares Jump On News Of S&P 500 Add; Mom, Girl Leave Hospital After Icy Ordeal; Prosecutors: Bride Planned To Kill Husband; FCC Debating In- Flight Cell Phone Calls
• Interpreter at Mandela Memorial Speaking Out; Boehner Calls Out Conservative Groups; Retail Sales, Jobless Claims Rise; House Hearing on U.S. Pastor Jailed in Iran; House Hearing on U.S. Pastor Jailed in Iran; RGIII Takes a Seat on the Bench; GOP Forces Senate to Pull All- Nighter
• Senate Aide Arrested; Rich DUI Killer Spared Jail; Filner Accuser's Story Gets Animated; Golden Globes Unveil 2014 Nominees; RG3 Benched for Season; Doc Rivers Returns to Boston; MLN Rule Changes; President Bush Cheers up Alabama Kicker
• House Votes Today On Budget Deal; Interpreter Says Getting Schizophrenia Help; FCC Considering In-Flight Calls; Texas Mom Speaks Out
• Living with a Child with Mental Illness; Problem with International Space Station's Cooling System; Nancy Pelosi Talks Budget Deal; Senator's Chief of Staff Arrested for Child Pornography.
• House Budget Deal; Interpreter's Defense; Texas Teen Gets Rehab; Former Cop Cleared
• Bride Pleads Guilty in Cliff Death of Her Husband; FCC to Vote on Whether to Seek Public Comment on In-Flight Cell Phone Calls; Teens Host "Ghost Party" in Mansion; College Student Possibly Hazed to Death
• House to Vote on Budget Deal; Space Station Troubles
• Mother Reveals Life With Mentally Ill Teenage Son; Newtown Tragedy Memorial at National Cathedral; "Ghost Parties" -- Crime, Teenagers and Social Media; FCC Moves Closer to Removing Cell Phone Ban; Instagram Reveals New Feature; Trisha Yearwood Cancels SeaWorld Concert
• House to Vote on Budget Deal; MLB to Ban on Home Plate Collisions; Police Investigating Frat Hazing Death


December 11, 2013
• HHS Secretary Unveils Obamacare Site Actions; Asiana Flight Crash Investigation; TIME Magazine's Person of the Year; Rescued Family Struggle to Survive; Emotional Day in Newlywed Murder Trial
• Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year; Elian Gonzalez Blames U.S. for Cuba's Woes; New GM CEO First Woman to Run U.S. Automaker;
• Searchers Rescue Stranded Nevada Family; Asiana Flight Officer: I Warned The Pilots; Bipartisan Budget Deal Unveiled; Mandela To Lie In State For Three Days; FDA Moves To Curb Antibiotics In Livestock; Prayers For Reverend Billy Graham; New Obamacare Enrollment Numbers; Memorial Sign Language Interpreter A Fake?; Parents Want To Know Why Cop Killed Son; Pope Francis Is "Time's" Person Of The Year
• Opening Bell Rings on Wall Street; President Obama Caught in a Selfie?; Bipartisan Budget Agreement in Washington; Marine Catches Great White Shark; CEO Pay 874 Times Higher than Workers; Nick Saban Texas Rumors Heat Up
• Pilots May Rely Too Much On Plane's Automated Systems; Pace Picks Up For Obamacare Sign-ups; Sebelius Questioned On Obamacare; Lawmakers Scrutinize New Budget Deal; Stocks Dip As Budget Deal Assessed; Milk Prices Could Soar; FDA Targets Antibiotics; Obama Foreign Policy
• Diplomacy Shapes Obama Foreign Policy; Family Survives Subfreezing Temps in Nevada; Fake Sign Language Interpreter at Mandela Funeral Service; Newtown Still Heartbroken 1 Year Later.
• Nevada Family Found; Asiana Airlines Crash Hearing; Kenyan Mall Attack; Obama Selfie; Cancer Research Bill
• George H.W. Bush Joins Twitter; Asiana Airlines Crash Hearing; Congress Grills Kathleen Sebelius
• Sebelius Testifies Before Congress; Racial Profiling in Arrest of Three Rochester Teens?; New Photos of Obamas, Bushes, Hillary Clinton on Air Force One; House Votes on Pediatric Cancer Research; Marine Catches Great White Shark; Super-Volcano Under Wyoming Bigger Than Expected
• Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year; Elian Gonzalez Blames U.S. for Cuba's Woes; New GM CEO First Woman to Run U.S. Automaker
• Will Congress Carry On Cancer Victim's Fight?; Boehner Thunders At Conservative Groups; Has Obama Hit Bottom In Polls?; First Grader Suspended For Kissing Girl; "Time" Picks Pope Francis For "Person of The Year"; New Radar Detects Survivors' Heartbeats; Ex-Teacher Gets 38 Years For Molesting Boy; Rescued Family Warmed Rocks To Survive


December 10, 2013
• Almost 100 World Leaders Honor Mandela; Struggling to Survive on Low Wages; Sarah Palin to Host New TV Series; Another Wet, Snowy and Cold Day; Epic Coma Prank
• Three To Seven Inches Of Snow Likely For Philly, D.C.; Almost 100 World Leaders Honor Mandela; Obama Recalls Mandela's Impact, Legacy; Mandela Memorial Draws Thousands In South Africa; Possible Vote On Iran Nuke Agreement; Couple, Four Children Missing In Brutal Cold; GM Names First Female CEO; Snow Brings More Delays, Traffic Nightmare
• Obama Honors Mandela; World Leaders and Celebrities Attend Memorial; More Snow for Philly, D.C. and New York City; G.M. Names First Female CEO; Bride Accused of Murdering New Husband
• Opening Bell on Wall Street; Race to Save Whales; Couple, Four Children Missing in Brutal Cold; Affleck: Stalker Used Paparazzi to Target Kids
• Kerry Testifies On Iran Nuclear Deal; Obama, South Africans Honor Mandela; Significance Of Handshake Debated; GM Names Female CEO; Govt. Sells Last Shares; More Snow Today
• Snow Practically Shuts Down Federal Government; Severe Winter Weather Across the U.S; Family of Six Missing in Nevada Mountains; John Podesta Joins White House Inner Circle; John Kerry Makes Case for Iran Deal; New Federal Push on Mental Health; Netflix to Debut Documentary on Mitt Romney
• New York Breaks Record; Temps Below Normal; Kerry's Tough Sell; Missing in Nevada; Newlywed on Trial
• Missing Nevada Family Found; State of U.S.-Cuba Relations
• Missing Nevada Family Found; Cops Throw Canine Onto Suspect in Car; Congress Close to Budget Deal; Podesta Joins Obama Administration; NASA Says Rover Found Evidence of Ancient Mars Lake; WestJet Surprises Fliers With Gifts
• Obama Returning To U.S. After Mandela Tribute; Carter: Obama- Castro Handshake "Significant"; 35 Years Of TV History On Videotape; Revealed: The Coldest Place On Earth; Lululemon Chairman Resigns After Gaffes


December 09, 2013
• AMC offers IPO; Snow and Ice Across Nation; Princeton Begins Vaccinations; "Heart" Refuses to Perform at SeaWorld; Winter Weather Impacts NFL Games
• Princeton Begins Meningitis B Vaccinations; Newlywed Murder Trial Begins Today; Remembering Nelson Mandela; More Snow, Ice Today for East Coast; Man Says He Was Trapped on Plane
• Sheets Of Ice Crash Onto Cars In Dallas; Last Photo Shows Mandela, Great Grandson; Saying Goodbye To An Icon; Report: Madoff Blames Others For His Con; American, U.S. Airways Make World's Largest Airline; Student Killed During Traffic Stop; 49 People Charged In Nine-Year Scheme To Defraud Medicaid Of Nearly $500,000
• Flights Canceled Nationwide; Tech Giants Pushing Back against NSA; Hundreds Gather at Mandela's Home; College Football Goes to Finals; Newlywed Murder Trial Begins Today; Teens Charged in Friend's DUI Death
• Snow, Ice Snarl Roads, Runways; Flights Cancelled; Desmond Tutu Leads Mandela Tribute; Obama Leads Delegation To South Africa; Defense Secretary In Pakistan For Talks; Hagel Met With Troops But Not Karzai; Congress Has Long To Do List
• Big Tech Companies Want NSA Restrained; U.S., British Spies Infiltrate the Gaming World; Newtown Asks Media to Stay Away; Merrill Newman Released from North Korea
• Texas Student Shot; Stadium Being Secured; Susan Boyle Announcement
• Newtown: Media Stay Away On Anniversary Date; Rashida Jones Blasts Pop Stars For Too Much "Skin, Licking And Bending Over"; Napping Traveler Wakes Up, Trapped In Plane; Satanists Petition For Statue At Oklahoma Statehouse, Next To Ten Commandments>
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Interview With Melissa Etheridge; One Year Since Newtown; Bernie Madoff Speaks Out From Prison
• Tech Giants Say Government Spying Curbs Freedoms; 1,500 Flights Canceled Nationwide Today; Icy Roads Causing Slew of Accidents; Presidents, First Ladies Reunite for Nelson Mandela Memorial; Teens Charged for Letting Friend Drive Drunk; Air Force Band Surprises Museum Tourists


December 08, 2013


December 07, 2013
• Ice Storms Hits Parts of U.S.; College Football Prepares for SEC Championship; South Africa Mourns Nelson Mandela; U.S. Unemployment Rate Decreases to Seven Percent; U.S. Government to Sell Last Shares in Domestic Car Companies; Video of Girl Being Beaten Goes Viral; Man Wrongly Convicted of Murder Released from Prison
• Ice Storms Hit Parts of U.S.; U.S. Veteran Released from North Korea; South Africa Mourns Nelson Mandela; Man Wrongly Convicted of Murder Released from Prison; Homeless Man Learns Computer Coding.
• North Korea Releases Merrill Newman; Dallas-Forth Worth Area Hard Hit By Winter Storm; Jesse Owens' Medal Up For Auction; Celebrating Nelson Mandela's Life; American Vies for Arab Talent Title
• Treacherous Winter Weather; Merrill Newman Back with His Family; Crowds Gathered at Mandela's Home; Positive November Jobs Report; A Focus on Locomotive Engineers
• Bitter Cold Locks Up Texas, Mid-South; North Korea Frees Elderly U.S. War Veteran; White House Backtracks on Obama's Uncle; World Dignitaries to Attend Mandela Funeral; Posting Weather Reports on Social Media; Jobs Reports Shows Jump in Employment; A Peak at Future Technology
• North Korea Releases Merrill Newman; Dallas-Forth Worth Area Hard Hit By Winter Storm
• Bitter Cold Locks Up Texas, Mid-South; North Korea Frees Elderly U.S. War Veteran; Mandela's Public Memorial Set for Tuesday; NSA Tracking Millions of Cellphones; Spies Eye Phones for Secret Info; Why Teens Today are Called "Generation Stress"; Icy Storm on the Move
• North Korea Frees Elderly U.S. War Veteran; Ice Storm Slams Dallas Area; The Legacy of Nelson Mandela; Economic Indicators Show Big Growth; Huge Ice Storm Slams Several States; SEC Championship Has National Title Implications; GOP Trying To Woo More Women Voters; Poet Maya Angelou Remembers Nelson Mandela For His Remarkable Courage; Experts: Stranded Pilot Whales May Be Dehydrated; Willie Nelson Cancels His SeaWorld Show
• Huge Ice Storm Slams Several States; North Korea Frees Elderly U.S. War Veteran; High Speed Chase And Shootout; Secretary Hagel Visits Afghanistan; Mandela's Complicated Legacy; Unemployment Hits Five-Year Low; Man Charged With Stealing Electricity; CNN Goes In Depth On "Furious" Actor's Death; U.S. Students Falling Behind Global Peers
• North Korea Frees Elderly U.S. War Veteran; Ice Storm Slams Dallas Area; President Obama at the Saban Forum


December 06, 2013
• Stock Market Update; Mandela Personal Hero; Mandela Memorial; Dow Soars at Open; Ice Storm Cripples Nation's Midsection; Ex-Fellow Inmate Remembers Mandela
• Unemployment Rate Drops to 7 Percent; Remembering Nelson Mandela; Ice Storm Rolls from Texas to Tennessee; How Mandela Influenced Obama
• Remembering Nelson Mandela; Catastrophic Storm Conditions
• Hiring Surges In November; Dow Surges 100+ Points On Jobs Report; Lowest Unemployment Rate Since November 2008; How Mandela Influenced Obama
• Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.0 Percent; Crowds Gather to Mourn Mandela; Mandela to Lie in State Next Week; Ice Storm Paralyzes Multiple States; Colin Powell Remembers Mandela
• Ehud Barak Reflects on Nelson Mandela's Legacy, Talks Iran; Ice Storm Turns Deadly; Obama Knows Uncle Involved in Deportation Case
• Dangerous Winter Storm Affecting Millions across the Nation; South Africa Mourns the Death of Nelson Mandela While Celebrating His Legacy; "Sound of Music" Live on NBC
• Remembering Nelson Mandela; Positive Jobs Report; Radiation Poisoning in Mexico
• California Farmers Fight Freeze; Mandela Family Friend Shares Memories; U.S. Men's Soccer Team Drawn Into "Group of Death" for World Cup 2014; Cano Gets 10-Year, $240 Million With Mariners; Kobe Bryant Returns to Lakers After Injury; Willie Nelson Cancels SeaWorld Concert Over Killer Whale Confinement; Ted Cruz Draws Ire After Mandela Eulogy; Plane Fights High Winds to Land
• Mandela: Hero Now, Hated For Years; CNN Gets Behind-The-Scenes Look From A Commuter Train Operator; Willie Nelson Cancels His SeaWorld Show


December 05, 2013
• Reuters: Gunmen Shot Dead U.S. Chemistry Teacher as he Exercised at Benghazi School; Hackers Steal Two Million Passwords; Obama: No iPhone for Security Reasons;
• Dallas Temperature Drop; Lawson Back on Stand; Defibrillator Warning; Stolen Radioactive Material Found; Decision Day on Star Quarterback; GDP Heads Higher
• Protesters Fight For $15 An Hour In Wages; 30 Plus Million In Arctic Storm's Path; Minneapolis Mayor Tweets Storm Rhymes; Reuters: Gunmen Shot Dead U.S. Chemistry Teacher As He Exercised At Benghazi School; Tired Driving As Dangerous As Drunk Driving
• Protesters Fight for Wage Increase; GDP Jumps in Third Quarter; Temperature Plunges with Arctic Storm; FSU Quarterback Sex Assault Investigation Completed; Wiretap: Toronto Mayor May Have Tried to Buy Video; Time Running Out for Stranded Whales
• Economy Grows, Stocks Sink; GDP Grows in Third Quarter; Stocks Tumble Despite Positive Reports; Gap Widening Between Rich and Poor; Fast Food Workers Strike; Obama Speaks on Raise of Minimum Wage; American Killed in Benghazi Identified; Passwords May Be Hacked; President Only Allowed to Use Blackberry; GOP Schools Men about Women; FSU QB Rape Probe
• Interview with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz; Obamacare Could Cause Tough Elections for Democrats; NSA Tracking Billions of Cell Phones; Researchers Work to Keep Drowsy Drivers from Causing Accidents; Prosecutor Announces Decision on FSU Quarterback
• No Rape Charges; American Killed in Libya; Storm Brings Cold; Stranded Whales
• Two Million Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo Passwords Stolen in Hack; Fast Food Workers Stage Protests in 100 Cities, Looking for Higher Pay; Stocks Drop Amid Strong GDP Growth; Life Sentence for Murder He Didn't Commit
• American Teacher Killed in Libya; GOP and Women; New NSA Spying Revelations
• Republicans Taught How to Talk to Women; Winter Weather Blankets U.S.; Third Quarter Economy Grows 3.6 Percent; "Born To Run" For $197,000; Court Documents Indicate Ford Tried to Buy Back Crack- Smoking Video; "An Unreal Dream" Air Tonight; Pope Francis Launches Commission to Prevent Child Abuse; Universal Pictures Online Tribute to Paul Walker


December 04, 2013
• Newton 911 Calls to be Released; Blame the Driver?; Arctic Invasion to Bring 50-Degree Drop; Truck with Radioactive Material Stolen; Nigella Lawson Testifies Today in Fraud Trial; New Details in Walker Crash
• Black Friday Pushes up Auto Sales; 911 Tapes from Newtown to be Released; Highway Hypnosis; California Students to get Meningitis Antibiotic; Bill Clinton Talks 2016 Race, Joe Biden and Obamacare
• Newtown 911 Calls to be Released Today; Paul Walker's Ride; 20- 30 Whales Stranded in Everglades; New Home Sales Surge in October; Flu Blamed for Three Deaths in North Carolina
• Snow, Ice To Impact Major U.S. Impact; Twenty To Thirty Whales Stranded In Everglades; Passenger Files Claims Against Metro North; Truck With Radioactive Material Stolen In Mexico; Fast Food Strikes Called For 100 Cities
• Newtown 911 Calls Release Today; Gun Control Results; Obama Calls For Higher Minimum Wage; Obama Chides GOP Over Obamacare; Walker Autopsy Results Coming In; Stolen Truck Carrying Deadly Cargo; Radioactive Material Stolen; Bronx Train Accident; Reid Staff Gets Obamacare Pass
• Newtown Police to Release 911 Calls, Clergymen Help Town; Dick Cheney Weighs in on Cheney Daughter Feud; House Committee Investigates Space Aliens; Boehner Talks House Accomplishments
• Newtown 911 Tapes; Walker Autopsy; Winter Storm; Nigella Lawson Admits Cocaine Use
• Train Derailment Investigation Continues; Newtown 911 Tapes Released; Stranded Whales
• Paul Walker Autopsy Released; A Ride in the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT; Passenger Sues Metro-North for Derailment; Dick Cheney Disappointment in Public Row Between Daughters; Winter Storm Moves South; Obama Calls for Raising Minimum Wage; Life of Fast-Food Workers
• Union Rep: Engineer "Nodded Off" Before Crash, Feds Boot Union From Investigation; Future Space Tourists Train For Space Flight; Georgia Police Arrest Electric Car Owner Who Allegedly Stole Five Cents Of Power; Rare Access Inside Fukushima Nuclear Disaster; Obama Defends Health Care Law


December 03, 2013
• Porsche Carrera GT Safety; New Push to Promote Obamacare; Nationwide Strike to Push $15 Living Wage; Interview with Rep. Keith Ellison; Seahawks Crowd Registers Earthquake
• Two Americans Being Held in North Korea; New Video of Walker Crash; Hawaii Man Killed in Shark Attack; Divers Rescue Man Trapped Underwater; Millionaire to California: Boost Minimum Wage
• Train Hit 30 MPH Curve At 82 MPH; Drag Racing Ruled Out In Walker Crash; Police: Alabama Fan Killed Fellow Fan; Best Cyber Monday In History; An 85-Year-Old American Still Held In North Korea
• Metro-North Train Too Fast?; New Video of Walker Crash; Sales Tax Online; Coaches Behaving Badly; Loyal Customer? Your Prices Could Rise; Fighting for the Rights of Chimps
• Brakes Applied Too Late; Speed Blamed For Train Crash; Engineer Says He Was In A Daze; How To Make Yourself Safer On Trains; Cyber Monday Sales Up 20 Percent; Stocks Take A Tumble; Closing Commissaries; Suspected TB Flight
• Reason Found for New York Train Derailment; Bill Clinton Assesses Obamacare, Talks Hillary 2016; Colorado Pot Big Businesses; Robbers Break into Salvation Army Office; Santa Tracking Becomes Too Militarized
• Delta Bumps Passengers; New York Train Crash; Detroit Bankruptcy; First Major Snow; Innocent Man Imprisoned 25 Years; Farrah Fawcett Portrait
• Train Derailment Investigation Continues; Rabbi Teaching Self- Defense
• The "Knockout Game"; Ryan O'Neal Sued Over Warhol Painting; Man Survives Car Wreck, Trapped With Dead Friend for Days; New Video of Actor's Car Crash; UC Santa Barbara Warns of Meningitis Outbreak; Vatican Discredits Pope-in-Disguise Internet Rumor
• Ryan O'Neal: Farrah Fawcett Portrait Is Mine; Victim's Family Reacts To Deadly Accident; Sources: Train Engineer Says He Was "In A Daze" Before Deadly Derailment; Web Hoax After Web Hoax Fools Media; Rowdy Fans Rattle The Earth; Spending On Education Fails To Fix Teen Test Score Woes


December 02, 2013
• Bronx Derailment; Cyber Monday; U.S. Urges North Korea to Release Americans; Biden Aims to Calm China-Japan Tensions; Controversy after Officiating Blunder; Derailed Train Cars Being Uprighted
• White House touts Obamacare Site "Fix"; Retailers Lure Shoppers on Cyber Monday; Drag Racing May Have Led to Walker's Fatal Crash
• Train Details in the Bronx; Paul Walker Dies on Car Crash; Tuberculosis Scare on Flight; Auburn Upsets Alabama in Last Second; White House Touts Obamacare Site "Fix"
• Four Killed In Train Derailment Identified; Tuberculosis Scare On Flight; Police: Speed A Factor In Walker Crash; Gupta: Experts Worry About "Moral Hazard" When People Ignore Their Medical Warnings; Disabled Baby Denied Heart Transplant
• Train Crash In New York City; NTSB Has Data Recorders; Man With T.B. Taken Off Plane In Phoenix; Police Probe Stadium Parking Lot Death; U.S. No Safer than 2011; World AIDS Day
• NTSB to Use On-Board Recorders for Train Crash Investigation; Insurance Alone Won't Make Us Healthier; Holiday Shopping Sluggish This Year; Amazon CEO Talks Drone Deliveries.
• Drag Racing Possible in Actor's Death; New York City Train Crash; Disabled Baby Denied Heart Transplant; Mysterious Death after NFL Game
• Investigation Into Actor's Death Continues; Network Morning Show Changes
• "Furious" Actor Remembered For Good Deeds; Tyrese Gibson Weeps At Co-Star's Memorial; Passengers Say They Were Told Man On Their Flight Had Active Tuberculosis; Man Throws Money To Mall Shoppers; "Ron Burgundy" Co-Anchors Evening Newscast
• New Details On Bronx Train Derailment; Investigation Into Actor Paul Walker's Death


December 01, 2013


November 30, 2013
• Police Helicopter Crashes into Pub in Scotland; Amish Family Flees with Child Undergoing Alternative Medicine Cancer Treatment; Bone Marrow Deficiency Patients Profiled; Individuals Recount Near- Death Experiences
• Helicopter In Scotland Crashes Into Pub; Dow Jones Finishes A Few Points Lower On Friday; Merrill Newman Taken Into North Korean Custody; Arnon Milchan Claims He Was Israeli Secret Agent And Arms Dealer; Convenience Store Worker In Florida Taking Cops To Court; Obamas Unsure Where To Stay After White House
• Helicopter Crash in Glasgow; Obamacare Website New Release December 1; Black Friday Madhouse; CNN All-Start Heroes Night Preview
• Tech Experts Working Non-stop on Website; Helicopter Crashes into Pub, 8 Killed, 14 Hospitalized with Serious Injuries; Detained Vets Apologizes for Korean War Acts; Film "An Unreal Dream" About Michael Morton; Mexico Releases Imprisoned Hit Man, Now Back in United States; Homeless Man Creates Beautiful Music
• Large Share Of Americans Currently Find Barack Obama Untrustworthy; A Helicopter Crashes Into Pub In Glasgow, Killing At Least Eight, Selfie Word Of The Year, According to Oxford Dictionary; Edward Snowden Making New Headlines
• Police Helicopter Crashes into Pub in Scotland; Obamacare Website Prepares for New Launch Date; Man Arrested Over 200 Times; Controversy Over Possible Fat-Shaming Facebook Comments Examined; Amish Family Flees with Child Undergoing Alternative Medicine Cancer Treatment; Homeless Man Plays Piano Expertly; Illinois Town Recovering From Tornado
• Police Helicopter Crashes into Pub in Scotland; Obamacare Website Prepares for New Launch Date; Man Arrested Over 200 Times; Controversy Over Possible Fat-Shaming Facebook Comments Examined; Amish Family Flees with Child Undergoing Alternative Medicine Cancer Treatment; Homeless Man Plays Piano Expertly; Illinois Town Recovering from Tornado
• Helicopter Crashes into Pub; Brutal brawls on Black Friday; Christie, Clinton Surge in New Poll; White House Aims to Get Past Obamacare; Celebrity Chef Scandal; American War Vet in North Korean Prison; Professional Sports and Cheating; The Future of Shopping; Homeless Man with Amazing Talent
• Helicopter Crashes Into Pub, Eight Killed; Plane Crash In Namibia Kills All On Board; Obamacare Site Deadline 11 Hours Away; Pentagon: Restricted Zone Flights Won't Stop; Woman In Self Defense Case Out Of Prison; Montana Appeals Teacher's 30-Day Sentence For Raping Student; $3,500 Fee For Negative Shopping Review; U.S. Offers To Destroy Syria's Most Dangerous Chemical Weapons At Sea; Police: Italian Mafia Fed Man To Pigs; Tough Talk From Mike Tyson
• Helicopter Crashes Into Pub, Eight Killed; U.S. Will Destroy Syria's Most Dangerous Chemical Weapons At Sea; Millions For Charity, Not Much For Kids; Wall Street Sets Record Gains; Home Prices Climb In Third Quarter; NFL Reviewing Tomlin's Sideline Incident; Police: Man Butt Dials While Hiring Hitman; Family Claims Amish Girl Is "Cancer Free" After Halting Chemotherapy; Deadline Today For Obamacare Site To Work; Bargains And Brawls On Black Friday; Politics Of Healthcare


November 29, 2013
• Holiday Shoppers out in Full Force; 1,500 Protests Planned at Walmart's Nationwide; Poll Showed 4 in 10 Saying Economy Getting Worse; Lions Blow Out Packers 40-10; Roberts' Advice for "Hunger Games" Star
• Wild Scene at Walmart; Stocks Set to End Moth on a High; Couple Charged for Negative Review: Soldiering on after Combat is Over; Thanksgiving Football Feast
• Shopping Central at Macy's Herald Square; 1,500 Protests Planned at Wal-Marts Nationwide; China Declares New "Air Defense Zone"; Deadline Tomorrow for Healthcare.gov Fix
• U.S. Flies Through Disputed Airspace; Polls Show We're Losing Faith in Economy; Markets Wrap Up Record Setting Month; Fight for Bargains on Black Friday; Tomorrow is Deadline for Web Site Fix; Obama Visits Immigration Protesters; White House Christmas Tree; Obamas Sit Down for Joint Interview; Christie Expands Lead Among GOP
• Protests Scheduled at Walmart Stores; Michael O'Hanlon Says Ignore Afghanistan's Rhetoric; How Joe Biden Stands in the Polls; Controversy Continues Over Seminole Name and Tradition.
• Black Friday Brings out Millions; Amish Girl in Hiding; Sisters Held Captive; Bride Loses Groom in Honeymoon Accident
• Black Friday Madness; Amish Girl Missing
• Best Deals Online on Cyber Monday; Wrongly Identified Man in Jail for Four Days; Christie, Clinton Surge in New CNN Poll; Romney's Son Tweets Heroics After Wreck; Coaches Behave Badly; Anderson Cooper Hosts CNN Heroes
• Shoppers Fight For Black Friday Bargains; Wal-Mart Cheers Black Friday, Braces For Protests; Fighting For Black Friday Bargains; Loud Explosions Outside U.S. Air Base; Lindsey Vonn Skis Again After Crash; Poll: Biden Is Second Choice For Dems In 2016; Nigella Lawson's Ex- Husband Testifies
• Celeb Chef's Ex-Husband Testifies He Believes 'Compelling' Drug Claims; Deadline Tomorrow To Fix Healthcare.gov; Obamas May Stay In D.C. After Presidency Ends


November 28, 2013
• D.C. Won't Extend Pre-Obamacare Plans; Backlash Over "Brown Thursday"; Highlights from this Year's CNN Heroes; Highlights from this Year's "CNN Heroes"; Police Chief Tasered for Charity; Jews Celebrate "Thanksgivukkah"; King James Returns to Cleveland
• Thanksgiving Day Parade All Set; Black Friday Frenzy; Packers Lineman Slams Detroit Lions Team; Illinois Town Marks Thanksgiving After Tornado; Last-Minute Thanksgiving Dinner Tips
• Crowds Camp out for Black Friday Deals; Comet's Fantastic Thanksgiving Show; Keeping the Peace with Family during Holidays; To Heaven and Back
• Retailers Plan Year-Ahead for Black Friday; BradsDeals.com Lists Black Friday Deals; Mother Advises College Men to Get Sex Partners to Text Consent; Tornado Survivors Thankful for Their Lives; Pizza Hut Manager Offered His Job Back; L.A. Celebrities Work Homeless Shelter; Anderson Cooper Hosts CNN Heroes
• Getting A Jump On Black Friday; Only 26 Shopping Days Until Christmas; Macy's Thanksgiving Balloons Fly; Store Owner Defies Call To Stay Open; New Obamacare Website Delays
• Mall Madness; Ohio Couple Facing Charges for Abandoning Adopted Child
• Walmart Sets Black Friday Strategy; Giving Back at Thanksgiving; Tribute to CNN Heroes; Tension Rising in China-Japan Dispute; John Kerry versus Hillary Clinton; Celebrating Thanksgivukkah
• Controversy Over Redskins; Holiday Shopping; Tornado Survivors Give Thanks; Obamacare Deadline Looms for White House; High Tensions in East China Sea
• Forget Thanksgiving, Let's Shop; The Rise Of "Brown Thursday" Shopping; Whole Foods Workers Protest Thanksgiving Hours; Pizza Hut Manager Offered Job Back After Being Fired For Not Opening On Thanksgiving; Macy's Parade Balloons Are Flying; "The War On Thanksgiving"; Mayor Gets A Second Chance
• Thanksgiving Shoppers' Deal; Comet Ison Grazes Edge of the Sun; Crucial Afghan Deal Eludes U.S.; Giant Balloons Fly at Macy's Parade
• Celebs Cook, Serve Meals On Skid Row; Pizza Hut Manager Offered Job Back After Refusing To Open On Thanksgiving; Thanksgiving Shopping Backlash; Bryan Cranston To Hit Broadway As Lyndon B. Johnson In "All the Way"; Half-Court Shot Winner May Not Get $20K Prize; Police Chief Tasered For Charity; Officer Pulls Man From Burning Truck
• A Thanksgiving Tradition: Pumpkin Pie And Pigskin; Anti- Redskins Ads Before NFL Games; Personal Shopper To The Stars; Happy Thanksgivukkah!; CNN Honors Heroes Changing The World


November 27, 2013
• Pittsburgh Could Get A Foot Of Snow; AAA: 38.9 Million Driving For Thanksgiving; Holiday Storm Slams 15 States; AAA: 3.14 Million Flying For Thanksgiving; White House Deadline On Obamacare Nears; U.S./China Tensions Over Air Defense Zone; Hazmat Spill Now Contained In Ohio; Police: Three Girls Found Imprisoned In Home; Teenage Hitman Sent Back To U.S.; Cartels Lure Teen Killers With Promises Of Money, Power
• Winter Storm Slams 15 States; Weather Causing Delays at the Airport; U.S.-China Tensions; Walmart Readies for Black Friday Frenzy; CNN Poll Shows NFL Fans' Disconnect
• Holiday Travel; Hi Winds Could Ground Balloons; Lara Logan on Leave; Airport Delays Ahead; Kobe Responds to Contract Critics
• Cities Brace for Up to 12 Inches of Snow; Amtrak to Travelers: No Plane? Take a Train; Pope Slams "New Tyranny" of Capitalism; Former FBI Agent Kidnapped in Iran 2007; The GAP Responds to Racism; Winter Storm Snarls Busiest Holiday Travel Day; Pardon That Turkey
• Tracking the Thanksgiving Storm; Web Fix on Schedule; Insurers Fear More Obamacare Trouble; White House Thanksgiving; Turkey Talk; Weather Outlook; Storm Causes Cancellations and Delays
• Obama Pardons Thanksgiving Turkey; Year-Long Delay for Small Business Online Obamacare Enrollment; What to Do if Flight Delayed or Cancelled; Behind-the-Scenes at Atlanta's Airport; Robert Levinson Still Held in Iran. U.S., Japan Criticize Chinese Move in South China Sea.
• Salt Trucks Keeping Highways Clear; Rail System Moving After Delays Tuesday; Strong Winds May Cause Delays; Weather Outlook; Black Friday Shopping Tips; OJ Simpson's Request for a New Trial Denied; Arizona Couple Charged with Holding Three Sisters Captive for Years
• Small Protest Over Whole Foods' Holiday Hours; Storm Affecting Flights Across Country; Airlines Work To Lessen Storm Impact; 24 Hours At Nation's Biggest Airport; CNN/ORC Poll: 59 Percent Are NFL Fans; Bad Weather Fails To Stop Holiday Travel
• Holiday Travel Mess; Drug Cartel Hit Man in U.S.
• Big Storm Threatens Thanksgiving Travel; Police Release Video of Killer's Confession; Judge Denies O.J. Simpson Request for Retrial; Actor Frankie Muniz Suffers Second Mini-Stroke; Mike Tyson Calls "Knockout Game" Stupid; Obama Pardons Turkey for Thanksgiving; Comet ISON Approaches Sun; Nurse Dies Defending Patients from Man with Knife


November 26, 2013
• Deadly Weather on Thanksgiving Week; Air Travel Could Be Rough; How Retailers Trick You on "Black Friday"; More Charged in Steubenville Rape Case
• Deadly Storm; Flight Canceled; Family Guy Fans Fight; Poll: 27 Percent Plan to Shop on "Black Friday"
• Four-Hour Delays Likely at Major Airports; Ex-Marine Risked Life to Save Jumper; Politician Movie in the Works; Deadly Winter Storm Moves Up East Coast; 10 ex-NHL Players File Lawsuit; Miley's Lip-Synching Cat Goes Viral
• Snow And Ice Hitting Mid-Atlantic; Heavy Rains, High Winds For Southeast; Drivers Facing Hazardous Road Conditions; AAA: 38.9 Million To Drive For Thanksgiving; Possible Sinkhole Forces Family To Leave; Obama Heckler Explains His Outburst
• Supreme Court to Hear Obamacare Provision Case; Winter Weather Threatens Holiday Travel
• Some Angry Over Obamacare Rollout, Others Happy to Get Insurance; Bad Weather Ruins Travel Plans; Shining New Light on Mental Health; Omega House is Home to Washington Lawmakers.
• Flights Delayed; Buffalo to Get Snow; Weather Outlook; Prepare for Delays and Cancellations; Lara Logan Takes Leave; Gitmo Detainee to CIA; Religious Objections to Obamacare
• Winter Storms Hit Holiday Travel; Animal Safety and Hollywood
• Rain, Snow and Ice Storms Affects Thanksgiving Travel; Marine Vet Catches Woman Leaping from Oakland Coliseum Stands; Report Claims Animal Abuse Monitors Too Chummy With Movie, TV Industry; Pope Calls for Changes to Catholic Church; Obama Speaks at Dreamworks Animation
• Winter Storm Warning In Western PA; AAA: 43 Million Travellers This Holiday; File Complaints Against The TSA On Your Phone; Mayor's Post-Arrest Jailhouse Tirade; Seth Rogen and James Franco Spoof Kanye, Kardashian Video


November 25, 2013
• Thanksgiving Travel Threatened for Millions; President Obama's Declining Numbers; U.S. Allies and Lawmakers Blast Iran Deal; Air Fares Could Soar with Airline Merger; Arrest Made in Random, Violent Attack
• Thanksgiving Travel Threatened; NASDAQ Hits Record; Hunger Games Movie Premieres; Iranians Cheer Nuclear Deal with West
• "Historic" Iran Nuke Deal Questioned; Report: Bon Jovi may Buy NFL Team; Remembering J.D. Tippit
• Thanksgiving Travel Threatened For Millions; U.S. Allies, Lawmakers Blast Iran Deal; Six-month Deal Lifts Come Sanctions; Boeing Warns On Engine For Some Planes; U.S. Allies, Lawmakers Blast Iran Deal; Olympic Skier Bode Miller In Custody Fight
• Storm Could Snarl Holiday Travel; Indictments in Steubenville Rape Case; Iran Deal Moving Forward; Critics Skeptical of Iran Nuclear Deal; Lawmakers Skeptical of Iran Deal; Obama Poll Numbers; Flight Cancellations
• Sever Weather in Midwest; Iran Agrees to Nuclear Deal; Interview with Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes; Israel Unhappy with Iran Deal; Remembering Officer J.D. Tippit
• Deadly Storm Moves East; Steubenville Rape Case; Putin and Pope Meet; Young Stars Win Big
• More Charged in Steubenville Rape Case; President Obama Pushes for Immigration Reform; Interview With Joel Osteen
• Joel Osteen Talks New Book; President Heckled on Immigration; Morning-After Pill Not Effective for Women Over 176 Pounds; NBA Usher and Fan Dance-Off for Crowd; Pope Meets Putin
• Senior Administration Official: Obamacare Web Site Will Work For "Vast Majority" By November 30; Obama's Image Takes Big Hit In New Poll; Wintry Blast Threatens Holiday Travel; Murder Charges In Philly Wall Collapse; Outlaw Country Singer Dies In Bar Shooting; Cop Accused Of Sexual Assault In Traffic Stop; Fewer Flights, Higher Fares For Holidays


November 24, 2013
• World Powers Reach Nuclear Deal with Iran; U.S. Lawmakers React to Iran Deal; At Least 5 People Killed in Storm; World Powers Reach Nuclear Deal With Iran; Pope, Putin Summit Looms Large; "Hunger Games" Star On SNL; Retailers Launch Black Friday Sales Early; About 250,000 Travelers Pass Through Atlanta's International Airport Every Day
• World Powers Reach Nuclear Deal with Iran; Nor'easter Possible for NYC and Boston; Iran Deal Could Change Years of Deadlock; Inmates Becoming Tech Entrepreneurs; Game Change: How Obama Beat Romney; "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" May Hit 4th Biggest Open; Hollywood History for Sale
• Deal Reached in Geneva; Winter Storm Affecting Travel Rush; American Tourist Held in North Korea
• Winter Storm May Become Nor'easter; Mixed Reviews on Iran Nukes Deal; Pope, Putin Hold First Meeting; Iran, World Powers Strike Nuclear Deal; Remember Officer J.D. Tippit; "Hunger Games" Heats up Box Office; How Will Thanksgiving Affect Wall Street?; Heisman Hopeful Accused of Rape; NFL Suspends Referee
• Wintry Storm Threatens Holiday Travel; Reaction Mixed on Iran Nuclear Deal; World Leaders Reach Iran Nuclear Deal; Football Greats Battle in Foxboro; Black Friday Frenzy Begins; Iran's Nuclear Deal Negotiation Considered By Many To Be A Step Up
• Iran Nuclear Program Deal Reached; Interview with Sen. Bill Nelson; Winter Storm Threatens Thanksgiving Travel Across the US; New England Patriots Host the Denver Broncos Tonight; Comedian George Wallace Talks about His New Book


November 23, 2013
• Possible Deal Over Iranian Nuclear Program May be Reached; Senate Democrats Use Nuclear Option for Presidential Nominees; "Hunger Games" Sequel Opening; Investigation Continues into Death of Georgia High School Student; Cleanup Continues in Philippines in Wake of Typhoon Haiyan
• Police Storm LAX after "Prank" Call; Snow, Ice & Flooding Hits much of U.S.; Kerry in Geneva for Iran Nuclear Talks; Interview With Reps. Gregory Meeks And Marsha Blackburn; Obama Approval Ratings Hit New Low; Rolling Stone: Manson Denies Wedding Rumor; Jameis Winston's Accuser: "This Was Rape"; NFL Suspends Ref For Abusive Language; Bulls Star Derrick Rose Injures Right Knee; A-Rod's Lawyers May Release Evidence; Dow Hits 16,000 Milestone; Mortgage Rates Take A Big Fall; Former Hooter's Waitress Now A CEO; Remembering Dallas Officer J.D. Tippit; Four Arrested For Playing "Knockout" Game; U.S. Troops In Afghanistan Past 2014?
• Possible Deal Over Iranian Nuclear Program May be Reached; Investigation Continues into Death of Georgia High School Student; Michael Jordan's House Soon Up for Sale
• Moving Closer To A Deal With Iran; Two Incidents Trigger Panic At LAX; U.S. Veteran Held In North Korea; Airlines May Allow In-Flight Calls; JFK Approval Rating Still At 90 Percent; Spike Lee Wants Case Thrown Out; Man Blames Twin Brother For Crimes; Cruz Stands Ground On Obamacare
• Deadly Street Game Displays Disturbing, Fast-Growing Trend; "Hunger Games" Hits Movie Theaters; Prank Call Into LAX; America's Top Diplomat Negotiating In Geneva Over Iranian Nuclear Program; Alex Rodriguez Awaits Verdict On Suspension
• Wave Of Storms Sweeps Across U.S.; Nuclear Talks in Geneva; LAX Scare; Remembering JFK; Bayard Rustin Honored
• Second Iran Meeting Ends, Nuclear on Deal; Winter Storm Threatens Thanksgiving Travel; Ex-Chemist Guilty of Faking Lab Test; Soldier Blames Twin for Crimes; Kennedy Remembered with 90 Percent Approval & How Will Obama Be Remembered; Fareed Zakaria Interviews Elon Musk
• Iranian Nuclear Deal Close But Not Complete; Two Incidents At LAX Put Passengers On Edge; Teenagers Assaulting Strangers Without Provocation; Update On Colleen Ritzer's Death; Surveillance Video During Time Kendrick Johnson Died Released; Florida State's Jameis Winston Accused Of Rape
• Kerry Met Today with Iran, E.U. Officials; China, Japan Wrangle Over Disputed Islands; Bad Timing for Powerful Winter Storm
• Deal Reached On Iran's Nuclear Program; Obama Gives Live Speech Nuclear Deal; Interview With Sen. Lindsey Graham
• Two Scares at LAX; John Kerry in Geneva; Youth Sign-up for Obamacare Low; Murdered Family Case Still Unsolved; FSU Quarterback Faces Rape Charge; Former Accuser Convicted of Murder; Charles Manson Getting Married?; Women Found Held Captive in London Home; Massachusetts High School Cancels Football Season; Teen Collects Gifts for Sick Kids


November 22, 2013


November 21, 2013
• Sources To CNN: Reid Will Likely Launch "Nuclear Option" On Filibusters Today; Korean War Vet Detained On Tour In North Korea; Stranded Jet To Attempt Takeoff; New Jersey's Christie Takes National Stage As Head Of Republican Governors Group
• Jet Landed on Wrong Airport; Afghan Tribal Leaders to Debate U.S. Troop Pact; Representative Radel Off to Rehab; A-Rod Sounds Off; Nuclear Party for Senate Minority Leader?; Women Recovered Faster after Recession
• "Nuclear Option" would take away right of Minority Part to Filibuster in Senate; Senate to Debate "Nuclear Option" Now
• White House Nears Obamacare Site Deadline; Monty Python Returns to the Stage; Chris Christie takes National Stage as Head of Republican Governors Group; Early Blockbuster Baseball Trade; Shopping on Thanksgiving
• Wrong Way Plane About to Attempt Takeoff; Senate Passes Filibuster Nuclear Option
• Harry Reid Defends Nuclear Option; Interview with Sen. Rand Paul Regarding Filibuster Rule Change; President Obama to Speak about Filibuster Rule Change
• Senate Passes New Filibuster Rules; President Obama Speaks about Filibuster Rule Change; Jet Departs Small Airport
• Rep. Trey Radel to Rehab, Not Stepping Down; Florida Sheriff May Be Sued by Parents of Alleged Cyber-Bullies; FAA Looking at Allowing Cell Phones on Flights; Teen "Knockout Game" Hurts Random Victims; NFL Announcement of Gay Players Stalled
• Democrats Passed "Nuclear Option" To Overcome Filibuster With 51 Votes; New Artifacts From JFK Assassination On Display; Police: Three Women Rescued After 30 Years; Olympic Sprinter's Life Threatening Hurdle; Monty Python Reuniting For Live Show In 2014
• Interview With Utah Senator Orrin Hatch; Senate Changes Filibuster Rule; London Rescue


November 20, 2013
• Dow Set to Open Lower; Zimmerman Free on Bond; GOP Blocks Another Obama Nominee; Filibusters Spark Senate Battle; "Real Housewives" Stars Face more Fraud Charges
• First Lady: Obama Sings All the Time; Obama to Honor 16 with Medal of Freedom; Kevin Ware's Off-Court Trouble; Government Struggles With Insurance. Keeping Kids Safe from Detergent Pods; Bush Trades Late Night Jokes with Leno
• Ocean Search for Missing after Jet Crash; Congressman Accused of Drug Possession; Stock Markets Hitting Pause; George W. Bush on Jay Leno Show; Police: State Senator Stabbed by Son; Toronto Mayor Declares "Outright War"
• Congressman In Court On Cocaine Charge; Coast Guard Searching 20 Square Miles Of Ocean For Possible Plane Crash Survivors; Police: State Senator Stabbed By Son; Ocean Search For Two Missing After Jet Crash; White Supremacist Serial Killer Executed; Rob Ford's TV Show Canceled After One Episode; Helicopter Crew Rescues Stranded Hikers; Zimmerman Free On Bond, Can't Have Guns
• Obama Awards Medal of Freedom; Obama Speaks from the White House
• Obama Awards Presidential Medals of Freedom.
• Obama Awards Medals of Freedom; The Assassination of President Kennedy
• The Assassination of President Kennedy; Obama to Honor JFK; JFK Conspiracy Theories
• Obama To Honor JFK; Obama Lays Wreath
• Dr. Ronald Jones Recalls Live-Saving Attempts on Shot JFK; JFK Honor 50 Years after Assassination; JFK Trolley Tour Recounts History.
• JFK Honored; Steinem Co-Founded Ms. Magazine
• Remembering John F. Kennedy; President Obama Awards Medals of Freedom
• Son of State Senator Was Turned Away From Psychiatric Hospital; FAA to Test Pilots, Others for Sleep Apnea; CNN.com Documents Life at Airport; Congressman Radel Pleads to Coke Possession; "Survivor's" Probst Impacted by Typhoon; President Obama Sings; Michelle Obama Jokes; George W. Bush Paints Leno Portrait
• Toronto Mayor's TV Show Cancelled; Radel Gets Probation For Cocaine Charge; Deadly Wait: U.S. Veterans Dying Due To Diagnosis Or Treatment Delays At U.S. Veterans Hospitals; Virginia State Senator Improves After Stabbing, Attention Turns To Son's Mental State; First Lady: Obama Loves Singing In The Bathroom


November 19, 2013
• Tornadoes Crush Two Small Towns; Caroline Kennedy Meets Japan's Emperor; Obamacare Success Story Becomes a Failure; Obamacare Success Story Becomes a Failure; Brittany Murphy's Father: She was Poisoned
• The 150th Anniversary Of Gettysburg Address; Toronto Mayor Declares "Outright War" After City Council Strips His Powers; New "Ford Nation" TV Show Profiles Toronto's Embattled Mayor, Brother; Survivors' Stories From The Tornado Zone; Zimmerman Back In Jail, Due In Court Today; Wal-Mart Store Collects Food For Its Workers; U.S. JPMorgan Near $13 Billion Settlement; Education Secretary Sorry For Slam
• Education Secretary Sorry for Slam; Princeton University Closer to Giving Students Meningitis Vaccine not Approved in U.S.; Paying Tribute to Lincoln's Legacy; Virginia State Senator Stabbed; Execution Tomorrow for Larry Flynt Shooter
• George Zimmerman Arrested; Toronto Mayor Stripped of Powers; Princeton Univ. Closer to Giving Students Meningitis Vaccine; Toronto Mayor, Brother Vow to Fight On
• Virginia Lawmaker Stabbed and Son Dead; Girlfriend Says Zimmerman Pointed Gun at Her; President Briefs Senators on Iran Talks; Senators Briefed on Iran Nuke Talks; Interview with Sen. Bob Corker; Check of the Markets; United Readies for U.S. Airways/AA Merger; George Zimmerman to Be Arraigned
• Zimmerman About to Be Arraigned; Zimmerman Appears in Court; Zimmerman Attorneys Answer Questions
• Zimmerman Charged with Assault; Virginia State Senator Stabbed; Wal-Mart Defends Food Drive; Obamacare Supporter Has complaints
• Virginia State Senator Stabbed; George Zimmerman Charged With Assault
• Zimmerman Released on Bail; Virginia's Creigh Deeds Stabbed, Son Shot; Google Removes Image of Dead Son; Couple Marry in Airport
• Obamacare Supporter Now Has Complaints; Education Secretary Duncan Singled Out "White Suburban Moms" For Criticism; Eighty Five Tornadoes Reported In Deadly Storms; Ex-Governor Candidate Creigh Deeds Stabbed At Home, Son Dead Of Gunshot; Appeal Filed Over Rapist's No-Jail Sentence


November 18, 2013
• Dow Hits 16,000; Six Killed in Midwest Tornado Outbreak; Doctors at Odds over Cholesterol Tool
• Tornadoes Cut Deadly Path Across Midwest; Dow Tops 16,000 For First Time; City Council Versus Toronto Mayor; Princeton Considers Meningitis Vaccines
• EF-4 Tornado Slammed New Minden, Illinois; Schools Closed in Kokomo, Indiana; PGA's Jason Day Loses Family Members in Typhoon Haiyan; Cheney vs. Cheney over Same Sex Marriage; Illinois Governor on Tornado Damage and Recovery
• Six Killed in Midwest Tornado Outbreak; Thousands of Power Outages in Indiana; Embattled Mayor Continues with TV Show; Toronto Mayor on Controversy, Criticism; Dow Hits 16,000
• Dow Hits 16,000 For First Time; Disaster Declared After Deadly Tornadoes; Mayor's Brother In Toronto; Cheney Sisters Argue; Fighting Child Porn
• Tornadoes Cause Damage Across Midwest; Entire Neighborhoods Devastated in Washington, Illinois; Dick, Lynne Cheney Release Statement Over Daughters' Feud; Toronto City Council Moves Against Mayor Ford; Arne Duncan's Statement Causes Anger.
• Family Huddles in Bathroom; Without Power in Indiana; Zimmerman Arrested; Latest in the Rob Ford Scandal
• Tornado Devastates Illinois City; George Zimmerman Arrested
• Education Secretary Arne Duncan Criticizes "White Suburban Moms"; Late Season Tornadoes Strike Midwest, Killing Six; Toronto Council Conflict with Crack-Smoking Mayor Continues
• EF-4 Tornado Hits Washington, Illinois; Zimmerman Arrested After Disturbance Call; New Mexico Police Shoot At, Chase Van with Mom, Five Kids Inside After Traffic Stop; Man's Home Collapses Around Him; Drone's-Eye View of Typhoon's Destruction


November 17, 2013


November 16, 2013
• Outbreak of Meningitis Strain at Princeton University; House Votes for Amendment to Obamacare; Philippines Devastated by Typhoon; Toronto Mayor Stripped of Most Powers; Author Discusses Musicians who Died at 27; High School Debates Changing Arab Mascot
• Princeton Tries to Stop Meningitis Outbreak; Insurance CEO Talks "Productive"; Toronto City Council Strips Some Power; Toronto Mayor's Shocking Comments; Democrats Feel Pain on Obamacare; Obama Struggles In Second Term; Desperate Search After Typhoon; Alec Baldwin's MSNBC Show Suspended After Actor Yelled Gay Slur; Where To Find The Best Jobs In America; Arrest Made In Quarterback Beat Down; Championship Game Canceled After Attack
• Outbreak of Meningitis Strain at Princeton University; Philippines Devastated by Typhoon; Toronto Mayor Stripped of Most Powers; Five-Year-Old Granted Wish To Be Batman
• Obama Offers A Fix For Affordable Care Act; Toronto City Council To Strip Mayor Rob Ford's Of Some Key Powers; Meningitis B Spreading Through Princeton's Campus; Next Friday Marks 50th Anniversary Of JFK's Assassination; Sarah Palin On Why She Doesn't Want To Run For Office Again; Mars Currently The Subject Of Five Active NASA Missions; Rabbi Returns $98,000
• Child Found Handcuffed to Porch, Suspect Works for Social Services; Missing Family Found Buried in Desert; The Tiniest Victims of Haiyan; Widower: My Wife Was Worked to Death; Man Sues Hospital for Wife's Death; Actress Guilty of Stalking Alec Baldwin, Baldwin Angers GLAD, Show Suspended; Bulger Gets 2 Life Sentences; Interview with Author John "Red" Shea; Changes Coming to NFL Locker Rooms
• Princeton Tries To Stop Meningitis Outbreak; Bodies Of Vanished Family Found; Crack Mayor May Have Power Stripped; Convicted Child Rapist Gets No Jail Time; Aid Rushing To Philippines; A Democratic House Divided; White House: Insurance CEO Talks "Productive"; Toronto Strips Some Power From Mayor; Lawsuit: Nurse Was "Worked To Death"; Console Wars To Heat Up Between Sony's PS4 And Microsoft's New Xbox; Snapchat Turned Down Facebook?; Airline Merger Moves Forward; The JFK Conspiracy Theories
• Meningitis Outbreak Strikes Princeton; Toronto Strips Some Power from Mayor; Body of Vanished Family Found; Interview with Karen Stintz; Aid Rushing to the Philippines After Storm Hit; How Can Obama Save His Second Term; Rare Kennedy Tapes Recovered; Inside Devil's Den Sinkhole
• Two People In North Carolina Facing Intentional Child Abuse Charges And Cruelty To Animal Charges; Austin Clem Found Guilty Of Rape And Sentenced to House Arrest; SnapChat Rejects Facebook's Offer; Born into Typhoon Destruction; Writer Says He Hates Being Black
• More Worried for Rob Ford of Toronto; Princeton University Battles Meningities; Obama vs. Ford's Crisis


November 15, 2013
• Obama Takes Blame for Health Care Blunder; Insurance CEOs to Meet with Obama; Insurers Worried about Obamacare Fix; Council Considering Toronto Mayor's Fate; Chilling Surveillance Video of Mall Shooting
• Markets Open at Record Highs; House to Vote on Obamacare; The Fix Help or Hurt Obamacare; Does "Fix" Help our Hurt Obamacare?; Toronto Council Votes for Mayor to Resign; China to Ease One-Child Policy
• House To Vote Today On Obamacare Fix; Insurance Execs To Meet With Obama Today; Toronto Council Votes For Mayor To Resign; Chilling Surveillance Video Inside Mall Shooting; Passenger False 1,800 Feet From Plane; Florida Sinkhole Grows To 90-Feet Wide; Fact Versus Fiction On Obamacare "Fix"; Should Obama Fire Sebelius?; Dow Closes In On 16,000; China To Ease One Child Policy; Typhoon Haiyan Death Toll Rises To 3,621
• Typhoon Haiyan Death Toll Rises to 3,621; House Votes at 12:30 ET on Obamacare "Fix"; Toronto Council Votes to Cut Mayor's Powers; Obama: "I Was Not Informed about Website"; Is Health care Obama's Katrina?;
• Obama to Meet with Insurance CEOs; House to Vote on Obamacare Change; White House Briefing; Obama Legacy Hanging in the Balance; Mixed State Reaction to Insurance Fix
• House Votes on GOP Obama Care Fix; Will Health-Care Debacle Mar Obama's Legacy?; Wall Street Nears Historic High
• House Passes GOP Obamacare Revisions; Some Dems Break Ranks; Toronto Strips Powers; Toronto Mayor's TV Show; Gotham City Adventure
• President Obama Meets With Insurance Companies; Crack-Smoking Mayor Stripped of Some Power
• Obama Meets Insurance Execs; Chief Offers Job Back to Drag Racing Cop; Woman Saved By Bystanders When Car Goes Into Pond; Garden State Mall Shooting Surveillance Vid Released; Parents Who Return Adopted Child to State Face Charges
• Survivors Struggle Among Corpses; 3,621 Dead, 1,100 Plus Missing In Typhoon; Homeowner Charged In Detroit Woman's Shooting; China To Ease One-Child Policy, Abolish Labor Camps; Martin Meets With NFL Investigators; Incognito Files Grievance Against Dolphins


November 14, 2013
• Toronto Mayor Controversy; 401(k) Balances Hit Record High; Ads Target Young People Health Care Proposal Today; Obama to Make Statement on Affordable Care Act; Fears Grow Over 3-D Printed Guns
• "Whitey" Bulger Sentenced to Two Life Prison Terms; Pres. Obama Will Delay Expiry Notices for One Year
• Fixing Obamacare; Southwest Passengers Heard Pilot's Emergency Calls; Debate over Untested Lethal Injection Drugs; Never-Before-Seen Photos of JFK
• Obama To Make Statement On Affordable Care Act; U.S. Secret Service Agent Accused Of Sending Sexual E-mails To Colleague; Mortgage Rates Hit Highest Level In A Month; Florida Sinkhole Swallows Parts Of Two Houses; Southwest Pilot To Cabin: "We're Going Down"; President To Offer Obamacare Fix Today
• President Obama to Announce One-Year Extension on Some Health Plans, Avoid Plan Cancellations
• Obama to Delay Obamacare 1 Year; Boehner Speaks on Obamacare Delay; Interview with Rep. Matt Cartwright
• Obama To Allow Canceled Insurance Plans Renewed For A Year; Health Insurance Plans; Interview with Steve Israel
• Obamacare Delayed 1 Year; What Will Obamacare Delay Mean A Year from Now; Tom Hanks Remembers JFK Assassination.
• Insurance Fixes; Toronto Mayor's Rant; Florida Sinkhole Threatens Homes; Interview with Sen. Mark Begich
• President Obama Offers Obamacare Fix; Interview with Florida Senator Bill Nelson
• Bulger Sentenced; Obama Offers Fix for ObamaCare
• Obama: We "Fumbled" Health Care Law Rollout; CNN Special: "The Assassination of President Kennedy"; Snapchat's 23-Year-Old CEO Turns Down $3B Offer from Facebook; Passengers Panic after Hearing Southwest Pilot Say "We're Going Down" over the P.A.


November 13, 2013
• Obama Approval Sinks to New Low; Obamacare's "Mona Lisa" Revealed; Toronto Council Debates Crack Smoking Mayor; Typhoon Survivors Lack Necessities; 70 Million Americans Soon Could Take Statins
• Obamacare Hearings; Toronto Council Meeting; New Obama Poll; HealthCare.gov "Fixer" Due on Capitol Hill; NCAA Basketball Takes Center Stage
• Toronto Council To Debate Mayor Ford; Top Obama Tech Officials On Capitol Hill For Latest Hearing On Healthcare.Gov; Freeze Warnings From Texas To Georgia; Typhoon Survivors Struggle To Get Aid; Philippines Residents Hunt For Loved Ones; Wal-Mart Workers Prepare To Strike On Black Friday Due To Conditions; What Merger Of American Airlines And U.S. Airways May Mean For Your Fares; More Police Using Body Cameras
• More Police Using Body Cameras; Bond Hearing in "Stand Your Ground" Case; Man Freed from Prison after 10 Years; Obamacare's "Mona Lisa" Revealed; Rob Ford Bobbleheads
• About One Million Californians Losing Health Plans; Obamacare Site At Half Capacity; Deadline Looming On Obamacare Web Site; New Poll Numbers; U.S. Helps in Philippines; Democrats Want an Obamacare Fix
• Some Dems Move to Change Obamacare; Mayor Under Fire in Toronto; Kerry Says No New Iran Sanctions; Jay Carney Gives Briefing on Obamacare.
• Californians Losing Health Care; Toronto Mayor's Brother Speaks Out
• John Kerry Asks for No New Iran Sanctions; Obamacare Enrollment Numbers Coming; Philippines Relief Effort
• Obamacare Enrolment Numbers Coming Today; 911 Tapes Released In Wildcat Mauling; Bond Hearing In "Stand Your Ground" Case; Man Freed After Murder Conviction Overturned; New Craze: High Tech Ice Cream


November 12, 2013
• Obamacare Website Enrollment; Dow Opens Near Record High; Health Crisis in Philippines; Amy Robach's Cancer Announcement; PTSD Could Cost Newtown Officer his Job; Dolphins Struggle, Bucs Finally Win; Midwest, East Coast Hit with Early Season Snow
• Arctic Temps Blast Midwest, East Coast; Rainstorm Threatens Typhoon-Ravaged Philippines; Dolphins Owner Speaking Out; Gas Prices Falling Below $3/Gallon; SeaWorld Appeals OSHA Rule; Obamacare Enrollment Falls Short
• Relief, Recovery Efforts Ramp Up; Wal-Mart to Open at 6:00 PM on Thanksgiving; Bill Cosby Looking to Get Back Into Television; U.S. Catholic Bishops Meet in Baltimore
• Midwest, East Coast Hit With Early Season Snow; Daytona 500 Winner Trevor Bayne Has M.S.; California Real Estate Markets To Watch; Dolphins Owner To Meet Martin Tomorrow; Toronto Mayor Booed At Veterans Event; Sea World Challenges Swim Ban; Gas Prices Slip Below $3/Gallon; Couple Finds $98K Stashed In Desk; Prosecutor: Husband Pushed To His Death May Have Been Blindfolded
• Bill Clinton Says Keep Your Word; Deal Paves Way For Airline Mega-Merger; Obamacare Web Site Enrollment; White House Briefing; Warren Could Shake Up 2016 Race
• No Agreement in Iran Nuclear Negotiations; Interview with Sen. Bob Menendez; Killer Whale Safety; One World Trade Center Tallest US Building; How Rob Ford Was Elected Toronto Mayor
• Bill Clinton Says Keep Your Word; Americans Kidnapped by Pirates Released; Hunger Worsens in Haiyan Aftermath; Sea World Wants Trainers Back in Water
• Bill Clinton on Obamacare; Desperation in Philippines
• SeaWorld Asks Judges to Overturn OSHA Ban; Atlanta Braves Moving to Suburbs; One World Trade Is Tallest; Palin on Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie; How to Be a 401(k) Millionaire
• NASCAR Driver: I Have Multiple Sclerosis; New Life For Mega Airlines Merger; Chicago: The Spire Counts?; Neo-Nazi Learns He Is Of Mixed Race Heritage; Was There A Second Gunman?


November 11, 2013
• Veterans Face Challenges at Home; Jimmy Kimmel's Job; Philippine President Declares a "State of National Calamity" After Typhoon; Richie Incognito Speaks Out
• U.S. Marines Arrive In Philippines To Begin Relief Efforts After Typhoon; 10,000 Feared Dead After Super Typhoon Survivors Scramble To Find Food, Water; In the Path Of A Super Typhoon; Tech Pros To Issa: "Let Todd Work."; Obama To Honor Veterans Next Hour; Iran Nuke Talks End Without Deal; Monument Scaffolding Coming Down; Navy Bribery Scandal Widens; Two Killed, 19 Injured At Texas House Party; Early Start To Black Friday Triggers Backlash; Palin Returns, Slams War On Christmas and Big Government In Iowa Speech
• Philippines Pounded by Super Typhoon; Interview with James Reynolds; Talks on Iran Nuke End with No Deal; Veterans Day Deals; Incognito Breaks His Silence; Navy Bribery Scandal Widens
• Sarah Palin Returns; Americans Wait to Hear from Loved Ones; Amazon.com Strikes Deal with USPS; Students Thwart Intruder, Get Probation; Miley Lights Up on Stage
• U.S. Marines Land in Tacloban; Marking Veterans Day; Death Toll Could Top 10,000; Storm Reduces Towns to Rubble; Storm May Have Been Strongest Ever; 200 Marines on the Ground; Interview with USAID's Al Dwyer; Chris Christie Won't Commit
• Philippines Death Toll Could Top 10,000; Negotiating an Iran Nuke Agreement; Amazon Launches Sunday Delivery
• Second Storm Threat; Daughter Trying to Get Parents Out Alive; Rock Band Member Killed; Incognito and Martin Story; Veterans in Focus
• Relief Efforts Continue in Philippines; Family Member Rescues Cousin From Kidnapper
• Typhoon Haiyan Survivors Struggle; Woman Killed in Big Cat Sanctuary; Newtown Threatens to Fire Officer With PTSD After Sandy Hook; Houston Man Defeats 24-Year Incumbent by Pretending to be Black; USPS to Deliver Amazon Packages on Sundays; FBI Catches Modern-Day Bonnie and Clyde; Obama Invites Oldest Living Vet to Ceremony; Legacy Project Preserves Veterans' Correspondences


November 10, 2013


November 09, 2013
• Typhoon Devastates Parts of Philippines; Doctor Found Guilty of Murdering Wife; Navy Captain Indicted for Taking Bribes; Satellite Soon to Plummet to Earth; President's Recent Poll Numbers Low; Johnny Cash Biography Published
• Typhoon Death Toll Could Hit 1,200; Verdict in MacNeill Murder Trial; FDA Targets Trans Fats; Trans Fat Ban could Change Pastries; Elections Offer Political Lessons for 2016; Martin To Tell His Side Of The Story; Incognito Flies To Los Angeles; Louisville Star Returns After Injury; Michael Jordan's Mansion Up For Auction; Anthony Bourdain Visits Detroit; Kerry Doubts Oswald Acted Alone; Investors React To October Jobs Report; Twitter Shares Soar On IPO; Tom Cruise Defends Actions As Father; NFL Star Tony Dorset Has CTE Signs
• Typhoon Victims Search For Loved Ones; Tracking The Typhoon; Space Junk Expected To Fall To Earth; Macneill Found Guilty Of Murder; Jonathan Martin Left The Miami Dolphins Accusing Richie Incognito Of Harassment; Kidnap Victim Tells Her Horror Story; Woods Talks Losing In Big Tournaments; Dead Teen's Family Wants Answers
• Monster Storm Ravages the Philippines; U.S. Navy Bribery Scandal; Silk Road Resurfaces
• At Least 1,200 People Believed Dead; 11 Bikers Indicted for Alleged Gang Assault; Utah Doctor Convicted of Wife's Murder; Storm Chasers Capture Typhoon's Wrath; FDA Banning Trans Fats; U.S./Iran Nuclear Talks; Fouad Ajami Says Iran Deal Horrible Idea
• Philippines Hit By Huge Typhoon; Martin MacNeill Found Guilty
• Typhoon Devastates Parts of Philippines; Doctor Convicted of Murdering Wife; Testosterone Replacement as Anti-Aging Treatment Assessed
• Philippines Hit by Typhoon; Vietnam Braces for Typhoon Impact; President Obama Apologizes
• Estimated 1,200 Killed in Typhoon; Doctor Guilty of Murdering His Wife; Inside NFL Locker Room Culture; Talks to Slow Iran's Nuclear Program; Chasing Massive Storm; Big Stores to Open on Thanksgiving Day; Pentagon Developing High Tech Suits; Satellite Expected to Crash to Earth


November 08, 2013
• Mega Typhoon Slams Philippines; Jobless Rate Inches Up to 7.3 Percent; Obama Apologizes To People Losing Their Insurance Plans Under Obamacare; CBS Reporter Admits "60 Minutes" Benghazi Attack Report Was Wrong, Apologizes; Toronto Mayor Video Released; Secretary Kerry in Geneva For Iran Talks; Redskins' Name Protested Before Game; Rivalry Express: LSU Versus Alabama; Inside A U.S./Mexico Drug Tunnel; Attorney: Jonathan Martin Harassed By Teammates During Time With Dolphins
• Super Typhoon Slams Philippines; Jobless Rate Inches up to 7.3 Percent; Obama Offers Apology on Health Care Woes; Jonathan Martin harassed by Teammates
• Super Typhoon Haiyan Pounds Philippines
• Super Typhoon Haiyan Slams Philippines; More Video of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford; Technology Helping Typhoon Victims; Accident Victim Shot by Homeowner.
• Toronto Mayor's Violent Rant; Military Veterans Soar; Interview with Labor Secretary Thomas Perez;
• Storm Probably The Strongest On Record; Obama Apologizes For Dropped Insurance; CBS Apologized For Benghazi Report; Jobs Numbers Out Today; Tens of Millions of People in the Storm's Path Across the Philippines
• Super Typhoon Haiyan Hits Philippines; Obama Speaks in New Orleans; Miami Dolphins' Martin Tells of Bullying
• Super Typhoon Strikes Philippines; NFL Bullying Controversy; Guns and Ammo Writer Fired for Advocating Gun Control
• Possible Breakthrough With Iran Nukes; More Video of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford; Actor Matthew McConaughey Lost 40 Pounds for Role; Veteran Volunteers to Clean Abandoned Cemetery; Marvel Comics New Super Hero -- Teenaged Muslim-American Girl
• Incognito and Martin, Odd Couple; Can NFL Brand Survive Repeated Hits?
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