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Date set for presidential debate
Mark your calendars: The midterm elections aren't yet been decided, but there's already a date scheduled for a 2016 presidential debate.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


New trend: stylish smog masks
High fashion isn't often inspired by environmental hazards, but as air pollution levels soared in Beijing on Tuesday, models at China Fashion Week walked the runway wearing designer respiratory face masks.


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


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


Honey Boo Boo's sister blasts mom
Honey Boo Boo's sister Anna Marie speaks to ET about her claims that she was molested by her mother's ex-boyfriend.


J.K. Rowling's new 'Harry Potter' tale
In honor of Halloween, J.K. Rowling is delving into the back story of one of "Harry Potter's" more twisted Hogwarts professors.


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


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


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


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


Terrifying cliff dive caught on video
A diver in Negril, Jamaica, takes a high-cliff dive with a GoPro camera to capture this breathtaking video.


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


Police: 'We thought it was fitting'
After 48 days of living in what one resident called a war zone, the people of northeast Pennsylvania are relieved now that Eric Frein is in custody.


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


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


See Frein outside courthouse
Eric Frein, who is accused of killing a state trooper, has been captured and is making his first court appearance.


Photos: Fugitives on the run


LZ: Why Tim Cook had to tell us
I still remember the chill that came over me the day my middle school history teacher showed the class a documentary about the Holocaust.


Why clowns keep scaring us
It sounds like something made up just in time for Halloween. Several reports from France of attacks by people dressed as clowns -- and armed with anything from knives to baseball bats -- have been making headlines in Europe. Taken with the recent sightings reported by some communities in Florida, New Mexico and Indiana, among others, it is easy to wonder what is going on. What is it about clowns? Why these strange sightings now?


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


My mom deserved to die with dignity
As a woman whose parents had cancer, I have quite a few things to say about dying with dignity.


Candidate's shocking omission
Like every political animal, I will be paying close attention to U.S. Senate elections this Tuesday because they will tell us a lot about the next two years. But I will also have a special eye on a few particular races that may tell us more about our long-term future.


How America is hurting itself
Despite the tireless efforts of many health professionals, progress against Ebola and other diseases has been slowed by federal budget cuts. To boost our efforts to prevent epidemics, federal investment in biomedical research should be revived.


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


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


Is Iran paying men to fight in Syria?
Syrian rebels claim that Iran is paying Afghan mercenaries to fight against them in Syria. Nick Paton Walsh has more.


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


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


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


Temple Mount partially reopened
Israel partially reopened access to the Temple Mount for Muslim prayers Friday, a day after taking a rare step of closing it amid Israeli-Palestinian tensions following the shooting of a controversial rabbi and subsequent killing of a suspect.


Burkina Faso president resigns
[Breaking news alert, 9:48 a.m. ET]


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


Man pinned under truck for 17 hours
A North Carolina man was involved in a car accident and was pinned under his vehicle for 17 hours before being rescued.


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


Caution: These pics will haunt you
Artist and photographer Roger Ballen hopes his work, "Asylum of the Birds" will haunt you.


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


Can't beat this Halloween costume
One Colorado man decided to customize his stepson's wheelchair, and the result is nothing short of epic. KUSA reports.


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


The week in 34 photos
Zombies on an NFL sideline, lava in the backyard, a jaguar's visit to the dentist. CNN offers a snapshot of the world that you won't find anywhere else.


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


Does iPhone 6 camera live up to hype?
Cameraman Harvey Hogan does a side by side comparison of the iPhone 6's camera against a professional kit used by CNN.


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


Stylish smog masks a new trend
High fashion isn't often inspired by environmental hazards, but as air pollution levels soared in Beijing on Tuesday, models at China Fashion Week walked the runway wearing designer respiratory face masks.


Couple squeezes into 242-sq-ft apartment
Couple manages to live in just 242 square feet. WABC's Michelle Charlesworth has the story.


Bourdain on Iran: 'never treated so well'
Anthony Bourdain travels to Iran where he and his crew are welcomed with open arms. Watch Parts Unknown Sunday 9pm EST.


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


First college game will be dying player's last
The NCAA moved up opening day so a player with terminal brain cancer can realize her dream of playing college basketball.


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


Sistine Chapel gets AC, lights makeover
High above the altar in the Vatican's Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo's masterpiece fresco is being seen in a new light.


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


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


This is T-Pain without Auto-Tune
T-Pain performs "Buy U A Drank" without autotune and his performance may actually surprise you.


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


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


'Rumble in the Jungle' relived
Rumble in the Jungle: 40 years on


The week in 34 photos
Zombies on an NFL sideline, lava in the backyard, a jaguar's visit to the dentist. CNN offers a snapshot of the world that you won't find anywhere else.


Udall, Gardner trade jabs
John King, Julie Pace and Ron Fournier discuss a POLITICO debate between the two Colorado Senate candidates.


Battle for Congress hits final stretch
The battle for control of Congress is entering a final, frantic five-day stretch that favors Republicans but has room for plenty of surprises that could determine which party will run the Senate.


He could run the Senate
Mitch McConnell could soon get a taste of just how daunting it is to run the Senate after years of slamming Democrats for mismanaging the chamber.


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


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


Antares rocket
The unmanned Antares rocket that exploded off the coast of Virginia was deliberately destroyed after it became apparent there was a problem, a spokesman for Orbital Sciences Corporation said Thursday.


Roman Polanski
Famed film director Roman Polanski, wanted in the United States for having sex with a minor in the 1970s, was questioned this week by Polish authorities but allowed to leave after the interview.


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


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


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


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


The week in 37 photos


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


What a shot! 35 sports photos


  
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