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Selma protesters invoke Ferguson
The chants of protest heard across America in recent weeks echoed Wednesday in the small city where the civil rights movement reached a crescendo five decades ago.


Cop tackles, Tasers elderly man
A Texas police officer pulled over a 76-year-old man then tackled and used a stun gun on him. KPRC reports.


'Heaven' actor: I did something terrible
"7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins has admitted to inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors, People reports.


Remains found in 'house of horrors'
A woman has been indicted on two murder charges after the skeletal remains of three babies were found in her home.


205 charges for kidnap suspect
A 34-year-old man originally charged in the kidnapping of a New Hampshire teen is now facing 205 additional charges, according to two grand jury rulings.


14 arrested over meningitis outbreak
Fourteen people have been arrested in connection with the deadly 2012 national outbreak of fungal meningitis linked to steroid injections distributed by a compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts, a law enforcement source told CNN on Wednesday.


15-foot python found at restaurant
A 15-foot python was found outside a restaurant in Florida.


Dog left on sinking ship but then ...
An owner thought he lost his dog forever after his boat sank in a storm. KPIX has the miraculous story.


5 signs of U.S. love for public transit
You could call it a budding romance with the possibility of a long-lasting relationship. More Americans are riding public transportation. In fact, ridership is on track to top 2013, which was the highest since 1956.


Did UVA rapist actually exist?
He's the man Jackie, the alleged victim of a gang rape, said lured her to his room. But accounts from some of Jackie's friends raise questions about whether he existed.


Family of man killed at Walmart sues
The family of a man who picked up a BB gun for sale at an Ohio Walmart and was shot dead by police has filed a federal lawsuit, claiming that the corporation and police are responsible for his death.


Grandma passes out, tot does this
A smart 4-year-old boy took all the right steps when his grandmother collapsed in their home. CNN affiliate WRIC reports.


See shoplifters fake heart attack
Police bust shoplifting "heart attack" scam. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on some heart-stopping shopping.


This city was rebuilt 40 times
In the heart of Belgrade, the vibrant and resilient capital of Serbia, a slow and colorful transformation is taking place.


12 best places to spend Christmas 2014
If your Christmas is too often one of tacky decorations and bitter family feuds, you may need to put the baubles back in the attic and plan a yuletide getaway.


Atomic site could become national park
It was the bomb credited with ending World War II.


The man who was 'Stephen Colbert'
Goodbye, Stephen Colbert. We hardly knew you.


5 ways to be extraordinary
What makes a person extraordinary?


#AskACop becomes place to vent
People have strong views about the way police officers treat minorities -- and they're eager to share those opinions.


The healing power of music
When Capt. Greg Galeazzi joined the Army seven years ago, he was well aware of the risks he would face.


'Clifford' author dies at 86
Norman Bridwell, the creator of "Clifford the Big Red Dog," has died, according to his publisher, Scholastic.


Actor's revenge prank on Kimmel
"The Office's" John Krasinski gets revenge on Jimmy Kimmel in an epic holiday prank.


After the Sony hack, what next?
A defector who once worked as a computer expert for the North Korean government says it has a vast network of hackers devoted to cyberwarfare.


Celebs irate
Celebrities expressed their outrage at Sony Picture's decision to cancel plans to release "The Interview" on Christmas Day on Twitter.


Things that annoy North Korea
North Korea's fury over the movie comedy "The Interview" appears to have taken the secretive state's oversensitivity to new extremes.


Actor: Killing Rogen 'great'
Emmy-winning actor and radio host Jay Thomas talks about the threats over the release of Sony pictures' "The Interview."


'The Interview' 'utterly sucks'
Timothy Stanley says theaters' understandable decision to pull 'The Interview' to protect patrons after hackers' extortionate threat of violence is a lesson about free speech and totalitarianism


Surprise for Latin America
Louis Perez says the U.S. normalizing relations with Cuba is an overdue policy change that will blunt Cuban leaders' ''moral authority" and allow Cubans space to decide own best interests


LZ: Is U.S. learning from history?
LZ Granderson says the U.S. can set right some wrongs created in the 1950s when it supported a brutal dictatorship in Cuba, paving the way for Fidel Castro to take over


Wall St. back in charge in DC
Rick McGahey looks at how Congress passed a spending bill that repealed a key rule in the Dodd-Frank law.


Is Putin's trouble good news?
Russia's economic problems -- slowly incubating in recent months -- are about to get a lot worse. And that should make all of us nervous, says Frida Ghitis.


When can you take that trip to Cuba?
The end of the 50-year freeze in diplomatic relations with Cuba will mean many more U.S. travelers could be on their way to the neighbor island, only 90 miles from Key West, Florida.


Talking to the enemies, Obama's legacy
Since the early days of his first presidential run, Barack Obama made a pledge -- to talk directly with America's enemies -- that most other politicians found naive.


Officials: Boko Haram kidnaps 185
Boko Haram insurgents kidnapped at least 185 women and children, and killed 32 people in a raid in northeastern Nigeria this week, local officials and residents said.


Lost ancient village rediscovered
The site of a lost ancient Chamorro village has been rediscovered in the Northern Jungles of Guam. KTGM reports.


Horrors inside school Taliban hit
CNN's Nic Robertson goes inside the Peshawar, Pakistan school that Taliban militants attacked.


Putin: 'We're not warmongers'
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said Russia is ready to mediate in the Ukraine crisis and denied Russians killed there have been members of his country's military.


Debilitating outbreak sweeps Americas
Its name means "bending over in pain." It has no treatment or vaccine. Its symptoms resemble Dengue fever. And it has infected more than 1 million people -- 155 of them fatally -- since spreading to the Americas one year ago.


Bus driver takes blind boy's cane
Parents are outraged after they say their blind son's cane was taken away from him by a school bus driver. WDAF reports.


Conviction tossed for executed boy
A judge has vacated the conviction of a 14-year-old boy who was executed for allegedly killing two girls some 70 years ago in South Carolina.


11 trillion gallons of rain needed in Calif.
About 11 trillion gallons of rain, or nearly 17 million Olympic swimming pools full.


Car hits pedestrians: 1 dead
One person died and up to a dozen others were injured after a car plowed into a crowd of people in Southern California after a church Christmas event, police said.


She gets a trip for having right name
Jordan Axani planned to travel around the world with his girlfriend Elizabeth Gallagher, until they broke up. Now, he'll embark on Sunday on the circumnavigation with Elizabeth Gallagher.


'Breathe Easy' shirt sales skyrocket
Customers are lining up to buy shirts at one Indiana business that say 'breathe easy don't break the law." WNDU reports.


Mars has gas; a fuzzy sign of life?
A NASA rover has found the building blocks of life on Mars. They might be the product of past or present life on the red planet -- or they might not be.


Real life castaway seen on island
The Coast Guard released video of a real life castaway they say was stranded on an island in the Bahamas for six days.


Layaway angel pays $50K for gifts
A so-called "layaway angel" paid off $50,000 dollars worth of presents for other people.


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


Revealed: Double life of dashing WWII spy
The spy who drew me: How a top British spy become a fashion illustrator


Girl's last words: 'I know I'm going to die'
An 11-year-old girl died from an allergic reaction on a family trip to Hawaii. CNN affiliate KTXL reports.


Mysterious ice pancakes on river
Here's another Scottish mystery to file alongside the Loch Ness Monster and Mel Gibson's accent in "Braveheart."


See why Navy paid <br>$3 billion for this
The US Navy's newest stealth destroyer is twice as long as the Statue of Liberty but barely shows up on radar.


The yearbook pic they didn't want you to see
A high school senior's yearbook picture includes her two great loves: her dog and hunting. CNN affiliate WTEN has more.


2014 Nat Geo photo contest winners
More than 9,200 entries were submitted from more than 150 countries in three categories: people, places and nature.


This is your body on weed
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how marijuana affects the brain and how pot can be used to treat certain conditions.


10 start-ups to watch
At the end of another turbulent year for business as usual, the march of the disruptors shows no sign of abating. Big data analytics, the sharing economy, and virtual reality are just some of the transformational trends that have been causing sleepless nights for CEOs.


Ellen surprises Conan audience
Conan usually does not give free gifts to his audience, but Ellen DeGeneres changes that.


Minnesotans strip for friend's calendar
Residents of Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota posed nude for a calendar to help a friend fighting cancer. KARE reports.


This is your brain on crafting
Her brother's sudden death in 2004 hit Sarah Huerta hard.


Snow monster scares Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper takes a look at two little boys who were very determined to talk to Santa Claus and a scary snow monster.


Celebrities share their best advice
Celebrities share their best advice


Santa shocks little girl by doing this
A Massachusetts Santa learned sign language so he could speak to a deaf child. WCVB reports.


How Alcatraz escapees could have lived
On June 11, 1962, three Alcatraz inmates -- John Anglin, Clarence Anglin and Frank Morris -- attempted to leave the infamous San Francisco Bay island prison. They may have made it, says study by Dutch researchers.


Western-style stores growing in Iran
When Thomas Cristofoletti walked into the Hyperstar supermarket in Shiraz, Iran, he was stopped at the door. He had his camera over his shoulder, and the international-style grocery store was built inside a large mall with a strict policy against photography.


Look at me! 28 selfies of the week


How'd ISIS grab Texas plumber's truck?
A plumber in Texas is trying to avoid fallout after a picture of his old work truck ended up on Islamic social media sites.


Photos: Celebs salute CNN Heroes


Bells in Havana, </br>anger in Miami
Bells rang out in Havana as news spreads that the U.S. is easing sanctions on Cuba and renewing diplomatic relations, but in Miami, many anti-Castro exiles are feeling betrayed.


Puddles of blood <br>and bullet holes
Pakistan's military allows media inside the Army Public School and Degree College in Peshawar to see the devastation left after a Taliban attack that left more than 140 students and staff dead.


Horrors inside school Taliban hit
CNN's Nic Robertson goes inside the Peshawar, Pakistan school that Taliban militants attacked.


Taliban's excuse for killing children
As Pakistan started three days of national mourning Wednesday, the Taliban said they targeted a school that mostly admits soldiers' children because the students aspired to follow in their fathers' footsteps and target militants.


Cuba
Bells rang out in Havana as news spreads that the U.S. is easing sanctions on Cuba and renewing diplomatic relations, but in Miami, many anti-Castro exiles are feeling betrayed.


Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Russia is ready to mediate in the Ukraine crisis, and he denied that Russians killed in Ukraine were members of his country's military.


WWII spy
The spy who drew me: How a top British spy become a fashion illustrator


Boko Haram
Boko Haram insurgents kidnapped at least 185 women and children, and killed 32 people in a raid in northeastern Nigeria this week, local officials and residents said.


Stephen Collins
"7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins has admitted to inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors, People reports.


Chikungunya
Its name means "bending over in pain." It has no treatment or vaccine. Its symptoms resemble Dengue fever. And it has infected more than 1 million people -- 155 of them fatally -- since spreading to the Americas one year ago.


Pakistan attack
As Pakistan started three days of national mourning Wednesday, horrifying details emerged on a massacre that left 145 people dead, most of them children.


CNN Heroes
Photos: 'CNN Heroes' tribute show


Processed food as landscapes


Consumerism in Iran
When Thomas Cristofoletti walked into the Hyperstar supermarket in Shiraz, Iran, he was stopped at the door. He had his camera over his shoulder, and the international-style grocery store was built inside a large mall with a strict policy against photography.


Look at me! 28 selfies of the week


Old-school Hollywood


What a shot! 31 sports photos


A town that's lost its men
In the Armenian village of Lichk, you will find many hard-working women, but you will not find many men. All these women's husbands are thousands of miles away.


Fast food with Renaissance flair
In this brave, forever-new world of social media, the minutiae of daily life can be documented for public consumption with the tap of a finger.


Newest nation still at war
When photographer Fabio Bucciarelli first visited South Sudan, he found a nation filled with hope. He found citizens worn out by decades of war -- but looking forward to an independent, peaceful future.


2014: The year in pictures
Photo gallery: 2014 in pictures


Look at me! Selfies of the year


75 amazing sports moments from 2014


  
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