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A new episode of 'Friends'?
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow acted out a new episode of "Friends" with Jimmy Kimmel.


Brewery's 99-packs sell out in 1 day
Texas brewery Austin Beerworks is doing its part to "keep Austin weird" by releasing the first 99-pack of beer to consumers.


NCAA pay case nearly didn't happen
College football is changing.


Homicide ruled in NYPD custody case
The death last month of a man who struggled with police while being taken into custody in Manhattan has been ruled a homicide, the medical examiner's officer said.


6 die in N.C. mobile home fire
Firefighters in Clinton, North Carolina, discovered six bodies inside what remained of a mobile home that burned down early Saturday morning.


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


Study: Junk food 'addicts' are real
Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body. This week we look at salt intake and its impact on MS; junk food and the damage it does to your desire to eat healthy; how drinking coffee may help you keep your teeth; and how more parents have their kids vaccinated.


Uzi instructor's family sympathizes
The grieving family of the Arizona instructor accidentally shot and killed by a girl learning to fire an Uzi expressed sympathy for the 9-year-old in a nationally televised interview Friday.


Man punched, tackled at Walmart
A police officer was caught on camera punching a suspect and taking him down at a Walmart.


How we created a heroin crisis
Society wanted a fix for our prescription pain pill addiction, so we restricted the medications. People then started reaching for a more accessible substitute.


Will floating bikes take off?
Move over, hoverboard: new technologies promise to make everything float free through levitation.


'Star Wars' films again after Ford injury
It appears the force may be back with Harrison Ford.


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


Ab workouts are a waste of time
You've been trying forever to get that elusive six-pack: the holy grail of fitness goals. None of the gizmos and doodads advertised online or on TV have worked, so you figure it's time to sign up for that 30-minute abs class at the gym.


Ethnic minority surrounded
The United States has carried out airstrikes and dropped humanitarian aid in the Iraqi town of Amerli to protect against an "imminent massacre."


Report: ISIS selling women
Thousands of Yazidi women try to escape imminent danger from ISIS forces in northern Iraq.


What's on the 'Laptop of Doom'?
A reporter who has viewed the contents of an ISIS laptop says it contains a manual for a bio-attack, propaganda & more.


Newspaper: ISIS targeting Pope
Italian newspaper Il Tempo reports that Pope Francis is a target ISIS has "in the crosshairs." CNN's John Allen reports.


London busy despite terror threat
The United Kingdom may have raised its terror threat level, but the streets of London don't appear to be fazed.


How to make Putin back down
Unable either to win the war in Ukraine by proxy or to retreat from the conflict because of the enormous blow a defeat would deliver to his regime's legitimacy, Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to be sending in regular troops to attack Ukraine. The action is south of rebel-held Donetsk, which, until Russia's heightened involvement this week, was on the verge of being retaken by the Ukrainian army.


He hunted bin Laden, Saddam, pirates
Peter Bergen says Admiral William McRaven leaves the military with a legacy of strategic thinking about special operations


Why Brangelina got hitched
You might have heard: Brad and Angelina secretly tied the knot at last. A spokesperson for the couple announced that the pair wed privately in a nondenominational civil ceremony in France over the weekend. So ends years of speculation as to when, if ever, one of Hollywood's more famously liberal couples will finally make it official. It's official.


Ukraine on verge of 'full-scale war'
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says his country is on the verge of "full-scale war" with Russian-backed rebels.


Missing boy with tumor found in Spain
A 5-year-old surgery patient whose parents allegedly removed him prematurely from a British hospital -- now the subject of a major international search by authorities concerned for his health -- could be in southern Spain, British police said Saturday.


Unexpected reveal of new iPhone 6
Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone 6 on September 9. Tech journalist Jon Erlichman talks about the new features.


Corvette museum will fill sinkhole
The virtual cathedral for one of America's most revered cars will reluctantly fill a monster sinkhole that brought it both pain and gain.


McCartney: Scotland, you can't do that
Beatles star Paul McCartney became the latest high profile figure to sign a letter calling on Scottish voters to choose to remain part of the United Kingdom in a vote on independence next month.


CNN tours Kim Jong Un's waterpark
CNN's Will Ripley is given a rare look inside North Korea and tours Kim Jong Un's pet project, a waterpark.


2 more given drug survive Ebola
Two more medical workers have survived Ebola.


Joan Rivers 'resting comfortably'
Comedian Joan Rivers is "resting comfortably" in a New York hospital after apparently suffering cardiac and respiratory arrest during a procedure at a medical clinic Thursday.


Joan Rivers' chilling death joke
CNN's Miguel Marquez explains the chain of events that led up to Joan Rivers being rushed to the hospital.


How he rigged 100 soccer matches
Wilson Raj Perumal, described as the world's most prolific soccer match fixer talks to CNN's Don Riddell


Report: Cargo plane crash kills 7
A Ukrainian cargo plane crashed shortly after takeoff in mountainous southeastern Algeria on Saturday morning, killing seven people who were aboard, Algerian state-run news agency Algerie Presse Service reported.


Lesotho PM flees army coup
An attempted military coup took place in Lesotho Saturday, the country's Prime Minister, Thomas Thabane, said in an interview aired by South African broadcaster eNCA.


Rep. slams Obama for tan suit
Rep. Peter King says Obama wearing a tan suit during a press conference was a metaphor for a "lack of seriousness."


Ferguson costs another cop his job
One St. Louis-area police officer resigned and another retired in the continued fallout from questionable police actions in the days after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in a Missouri suburb.


See SWAT team raid gamer's room
A SWAT team raided a gamer's home after a prank call. CNN affiliate KDVR reports.


Man steals car with WHAT inside
A thief in Texas was surprised to find the SUV he had just stolen had a baby inside. CNN affiliate KIRO reports.


'Coolest Cooler' breaks record
The "Coolest Cooler" has 62,642 backers and raised more than $13.2 million.


Meet the Fittest Man on Earth
From Fittest Man on Earth to new father, CrossFit champion Rich Froning talks about his success at the 2014 Games and where he goes from here.


A tragedy, a theft and a detective's hunch
As soon as investigators turned on a camera they recovered from a pawn shop, they knew they had found something special.


'Johnny Football' goes viral in new ad
This weeks must see videos include a human catapult and football player Johnny Manziel as "Johnny JamBoogie."


Firefighters' kind gesture for widow
A family is touched by the kindness of a group of firefighters. Affiliate KHOU explains.


Why so squeamish about breastfeeding?
Kelly Wallace wonders why in 2014 we remain so incredibly uncomfortable with breastfeeding in public.


See million-dollar car get swamped
Watch a scammer drive a million-dollar car into a lagoon. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports the pelican DIDN'T make him do it.


CNN host's wild ride with NASCAR driver
CNN anchor Christi Paul went for a ride with NASCAR driver Danica Patrick.


Pregnant celebs (Labor Day ... get it?)


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


Mom's online post gets son expelled
A 4-year-old boy was expelled from preschool because of his mom's Facebook post. The school says she was "sowing discord."


31 can't-miss U.S. beaches
The crash of the waves on the shore, the sand beneath your toes and even the smell of suntan lotion are still calling.


GHOST: Stealth ship of the future
Juliet Marine Systems is funding and designing GHOST, a cutting-edge stealth sea vessel, but will the U.S. Navy buy it?


How did they take the 'scariest selfie'?
"Scariest selfie" may make you dizzy ... and hungry. CNN's Jeanne Moos unpeels the story of the sky-high banana snack.


The week in 36 photos


Sculptures made only from paper
Airplanes. Hats. Boats. Maybe fortune-tellers.


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


Summer movies: Winners and losers
Was it the end of the world at the summer box office? There certainly was plenty of destruction on screen, but there was also the kind of devastation Hollywood hates: The box office kind.


Quiz: Do you know your movie lines?
movie quotes quiz


New next month on Netflix and Amazon
Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are adding titles to their streaming options in September.


St. Louis Rams release Michael Sam
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL, could latch on to another team. "Mike has the ability to play somewhere," Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said.


How we created a heroin crisis
Society wanted a fix for our prescription pain pill addiction, so we restricted the medications. People then started reaching for a more accessible substitute.


Summer movies: </br> Winners and losers
Was it the end of the world at the summer box office? There certainly was plenty of destruction to go around. Not only were several cities destroyed on screen, there was also the kind of destruction Hollywood hates: that of their receipts.


A tragedy, a theft, and a detective's hunch
As soon as Detectives Paul McClaskey and Jerry Verdugo turned on a camera they recovered from a pawn shop, they knew they had found something special.


St. Louis Rams release Michael Sam
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL, could latch on to another team. "Mike has the ability to play somewhere," Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said.


Michael Sam
The St. Louis Rams announced Saturday that Michael Sam, who made history as the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL, has been waived and did not make the team's final 53-man roster.


Russia
As concern over Russia's actions in Ukraine grows, European leaders are meeting Saturday in Belgium to discuss possible new sanctions against Moscow.


Yazidi women
The nightmare of ISIS persecution continues for hundreds of Yazidi girls and women who were abducted by the Sunni Muslim extremist group and are being sold to its fighters in Syria, according to a human rights group.


Ebola
Two more medical workers have survived Ebola.


Ukraine
Russia's actions in eastern Ukraine -- including what Western officials say is the incursion of hundreds of Russian troops as the Ukrainian military battles pro-Russian rebels -- could lead to a "point of no return" if a political solution isn't found, the European Commission's President said Saturday.


Scotland independence
Beatles star Paul McCartney became the latest high profile figure to sign a letter calling on Scottish voters to choose to remain part of the United Kingdom in a vote on independence next month.


Fittest man
Picture it: A four-day competition, with two to four workouts a day that consist of running, swimming, muscle-ups, 345-pound squat cleans, handstand push-ups, rope climbs, double unders, handstand walks, 245-pound overhead squats and more, against 43 of the most in-shape competitors you know, all with the title of Fittest on Earth on the line.


99-pack
Texas brewery Austin Beerworks is doing its part to "keep Austin weird" by releasing the first 99-pack of beer to consumers.


The week in 36 photos


Look at me! 21 selfies of the week


What a shot! 40 sports photos


The week in 35 photos


  
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