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Don't dismiss these North Korean troops, Pentagon warns
A new Pentagon report concludes that North Korea "is committed to developing a long-range, nuclear-armed missile that is capable of posing a direct threat to the United States."

Cruz pulls ad with porn actress
Ted Cruz's campaign pulled a recent ad attacking Marco Rubio after it was revealed that one of its featured actors had performed in erotic films.

Titanic II to set sail in 2018
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has announced that Titanic II, a nearly-exact replica of the doomed ocean liner Titanic, will be ready to set sail in 2018.

Ryan Reynolds dishes about wife
Actor Ryan Reynolds talked about being on a double date with wife Blake Lively before the two started dating each other.

A hero behind the San Bernardino shootout

Kids try to 'breathe less' after leak
The Aliso Canyon gas leak has driven at least 10,000 people from their homes in Porter Ranch, California, according to a Los Angeles city councilman.

Trump threatens to sue Cruz
Donald Trump on Friday threatened to sue Ted Cruz for "not being a natural citizen" if the Texas senator "doesn't clean up his act" and stop running negative ads against him.

Columbine killer's mom speaks
Her son and his friend killed 13 people at Columbine High School almost 17 years ago. Sue Klebold has lived with guilt since -- guilt for what her son did and how she, a loving mother, raised a boy who became a mass murderer.

Nightmare cruise: Why did ship sail into storm?

U.S., Russia trade Twitter volleys
U.S. and Russian military leaders clashed on social media Thursday after Moscow claimed the U.S. struck Aleppo in Syria on Wednesday and the U.S. firmly denied the charge.

Photobomb created a star

2 girls die in high school shooting
Each 10th-grader was found with one gunshot wound outside the building, near the school's cafeteria, Glendale police Officer Tracey Breeden said.

Sanders throws shade in debate
President Barack Obama was the star of Thursday night's debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

Visit a 'country' that doesn't exist
Unusual travel experiences are nothing new, and some are becoming so common their mystique is losing its luster.

Top 10 lines from the debate
The PBS "NewsHour" Democratic Debate on Thursday was a heated affair. Here are the top 10 lines from Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the evening.

Wind chills of 40˚-below expected
An Arctic surge will bring bitter cold air to the Northeast this weekend, with record low temperatures expected.

Dem debate: Were they truthful?
The Democratic candidates for president gathered in Milwaukee on Thursday for their sixth debate, and CNN's Reality Check team spent the night putting their statements and assertions to the test.

Your body when you fall in love
Butterflies in your stomach, a racing heartbeat—you probably remember those symptoms well from your first middle school crush. As an adult, they're actually your body's subtle clues that you're falling in love (or lust, at least). At the start of a relationship, a series of truly fascinating chemical reactions occur throughout your nervous system and hormones. From the first time you meet to climbing under the sheets, here's what's happening to your body as you fall in love.

Man with machete hurts 4 in Ohio
A man wielding a machete stormed a restaurant in Columbus, Ohio, and attacked multiple people before he was killed by police, authorities said on Thursday.

New Kanye-Taylor Swift feud?
It's the Kanye West and Taylor Swift drama -- the sequel.

Autopsy: Cops shot man 20 times
Mario Woods, who was shot dead by San Francisco police, had more than 20 gunshot wounds, according to an autopsy report.

The strange world of 'love motels'
An illuminated replica of the Venus de Milo drew the attention of photographer Francesco Giusti as he visited the city of Cali, Colombia.

Astronaut: Earth looks 'kind of sick'
In one of his final interviews from the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly said that the Earth's atmosphere "looks very, very fragile" and "like something that we need to take care of."

NYPD officer guilty of manslaughter
Officer Peter Liang, who shot and killed an unarmed man in a New York housing project stairwell in 2014, was found guilty of manslaughter and official misconduct Thursday.

Charge in Harrison Ford's leg injury
The production company behind "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens" is being prosecuted by British workplace safety authorities over a 2014 accident that left star Harrison Ford with a broken leg.

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