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'American Idol' alum dies at 32
Singer and model Joanne Borgella, an "American Idol" contestant in 2008, died on Saturday at age 32 after a battle with cancer, her family said on her Facebook page.


Holder rips Panetta for dissing Obama
Attorney General Eric Holder took aim at former Defense and CIA chief Leon Panetta on Monday, whose recently-published memoir accused President Barack Obama of vacillating over policy in Syria and damaging U.S. credibility.


Holder reveals his biggest failure?
Attorney General Eric Holder spoke with CNN's Evan Perez about the highs and lows of his six years in Obama's cabinet.


Mom: No 'Breaking Bad' at Toys R Us
"Breaking Bad's" Walter White may have cleverly dodged authorities during his career as a drug kingpin, but his action figure hasn't dodged the wrath of a Florida mother.


Judge scolds lawyer with baby in court
An Atlanta judge reportedly reprimanded an immigration attorney for bringing her 4-week-old to court for a hearing -- a hearing she asked the judge to reschedule because she was on her six-week maternity leave. What appears to be a lack of compassion by the judge in question is troubling but sadly not surprising, many women say.


Royal baby's due date revealed
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will become parents for a second time in April 2015.


SF stations ban song for World Series
With the World Series on the line, radio stations in San Francisco aren't taking any chances.


Mystery man rushes into house fire
An unidentified man rushed into a burning house to attempt to save a man inside. Jessica Porter has the story.


Parents let son's killer move in
The parents of a shooting victim say they will provide a home and job for the man who took their son's life.


Report: Brown's blood was in cop's car
The attorney for the family of slain Ferguson, Missouri, teenager Michael Brown called again Monday for an indictment of the police officer who fired the fatal shots.


NASA's new unmanned spacecraft
Could engineers from NASA and students from Purdue University have designed the next generation of spacecraft?


Hurricane hunters fly into storms
What will $35 million dollars do for the next generation of hurricane hunters? CNN's Rachel Crane explains.


Aaron Rodgers meets his twin
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers met a man who looks exactly like him -- British comedian Tom Wrigglesworth.


Police: There may be more victims
A sex offender told police he "messed up" by killing a woman, then came clean and led them to several more bodies, Police Chief John Doughty said. Text messages may have been his undoing.


Photos: Infamous serial killers


Fast Facts on serial killers
Here's a selected list of people convicted of being serial killers and a short list of famous, unsolved serial killings.


Where it's a crime to escape slavery
Imagine being rescued from modern slavery, only to be charged with a crime.


Bergen: ISIS reveals its strategy
ISIS is looking to take over a good chunk of the Middle East -- if not the entire Muslim world, write Peter Bergen and Emily Schneider.


Obama: One very successful president?
Julian Zelizer says Paul Krugman makes some good points in his defense of President Obama but is premature in calling him one of the most successful presidents.


Pilot: Why we won't fly Ebola patients
I glanced at the map display on my side of the passenger jet's instrument panel. A small blue circle within 100 miles of the magenta line that defined our course identified the airport in Gander, Newfoundland. This would be our best alternate if our medical problem became an emergency.


Monica Lewinsky's emotional plea
Monica Lewinsky told an audience in Philadelphia on Monday that her new mission in life was to end cyberbullying. Her speech -- and her goal -- come as the former White House intern's steps into the public eye after years of trying to live privately.


Pistorius to learn his sentence
From a globally lauded athlete to convicted killer, Oscar Pistorius' fall from grace will culminate with his sentencing Tuesday.


Pistorius' sister: It will never be over
On the eve of Oscar Pistorius' sentencing, some of his biggest supporters -- his siblings -- told CNN that the lives of everyone close to the trial have already been changed forever, no matter the outcome.


What N. Korea wants to keep secret
The reality of smuggling along China's border with North Korea. CNN's David McKenzie reports.


How Kim Il Sung tried to live to 100
North Korea's revered founder, Kim Il Sung, ordered his doctors to find a way to make him live to 100, taking treatments to stay young that ranged from the bizarre to the sinister.


Jodi Arias jury retrial to begin
Jodi Arias and her legal team will begin fighting for her life this week when a new jury hears opening arguments on whether she should receive a life or death sentence for her murder conviction.


Protesters to meet with Hong Kong gov.
Student leaders will meet with Hong Kong government representatives Tuesday, the first time the two sides have met since pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of the city more than three weeks ago.


Hannah Graham suspect indicted
Police say the 2005 case forensically links Jesse Matthew to yet another female college student who vanished from the same area as Hannah Graham.


GOP gov.: Obamacare here to stay
A repeal of President Barack Obama's signature health care law is "not gonna happen" even if the GOP takes the Senate, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said.


Cuban health workers to fight Ebola
In all likelihood, the 91 Cuban health workers heading to West Africa on Tuesday will face the most perilous assignment of their careers.


Ebola hysteria: An epic overreaction
The threat of Ebola is very real in West Africa, but the paranoia about it in the U.S. is unreal.


Why some survive Ebola, some don't
There's no cure for Ebola. So why have some patients walked away healthy while others died?


ISIS launches coordinated attacks
Militants launched attacks on Kurdish forces in Iraq in what officials said was a fierce and renewed push for Kurdish-held territory. Fighters defending Kobani, meanwhile, are getting more help.


Boy lost foot to ISIS, vows to fight
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh speaks to a 15-year-old fighter whose foot was blown off by an ISIS grenade in Kobani.


Predawn meteor showers predicted
If you wake up early enough on Tuesday, you might see some shooting stars.


Sweden hunts for mystery sub
There are fears of Russians and it is October, but it is not a Tom Clancy novel. It is a case of international naval intrigue off the Swedish coast that brings back memories of the Cold War.


Feds allege AIDS research fraud
If government prosecutors are right, a former top researcher at Iowa State University is guilty of brazen scientific fraud-actions which a criminal complaint says have cost taxpayers nearly $15 million.


She faced time for helping dad die
Brooke Baldwin and Mel Robbins discuss the case of Barbara Mancini, who faced prison for helping her father end his life.


Family's pit bull shot by police
A lapel camera shows what appears to be a Texas officer shooting a pit bull. CNN affiliate WFAA reports.


Shark attacks 13-year-old girl
A shark attacked a 13-year-old surfer off the coast of Australia. Seven Network reports.


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


She lost 50 pounds for her 50th reunion
In January, Carol Highsmith, 68, began a journey of threes. She had three milestones of 50 that she planned to reach by following three simple rules:


Sting records epic voicemail for fan
An audience member from 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" had his voicemail message customized by singer Sting.


Japan's first new jetliner in 50 years
Japan is set to make its mark in the skies with its first new commercial jet for over 50 years, the Mitsubishi Regional Jet, aka the MRJ.


Wait, he's FIFTY?


TV legend reveals his fave theme song
Norman Lear, TV producer legend, sings his favorite theme song and stresses the importance of laughter in tough times.


Teen carries injured competitor in race
A North Dakota teen carried a fellow competitor after she was injured during a race. CNN affiliate WDAY reports.


Lonely Planet's top 10 cities for 2015
Whether you want a cosmopolitan city, a central spot to explore nature or a hidden gem, Lonely Planet's Top 10 cities for 2015 has a spot for you.


12 best meat cities in America
With the possible exception of smartphone technology, nothing's seen more practical advances this millennium than food.


Platinum albums? Not this year
It's not a great sign for the music industry when the year's top-selling album is the soundtrack to a Disney movie.


Best theme parks of the future
You don't have to be a Soviet wheat farmer to realize that five-year plans aren't much fun.


Wedding is off for Charlie Sheen
It's over for Charlie Sheen and Brett Rossi.


His must-see 'Game of Thrones' audition
Jason Momoa's audition tape for "Game of Thrones" is an impressive piece of work.


Can X-rated oysters save Chesapeake?
Mike learns oysters' environmental and economical benefits as he helps orchestrate an oyster orgy to save the Chesapeake.


Helmet cam shows sniper shot to head
U.S. military footage posted to YouTube shows a Marine survive a head shot by a sniper in Afghanistan in 2013.


Huge dog takes over weather forecast
A weatherman had a dog on set during his forecast segment to promote animal adoption, but things didn't go as planned.


'The Walking Dead': How gross was that?
Gross is par for the course when it comes to "The Walking Dead."


Fallon, Pitt perform epic break dance
On "The Tonight Show," host Jimmy Fallon and actor Brad Pitt performed a break dancing routine.


Lewinsky's Mission: End cyberbullying
Monica Lewinsky spoke out today about cyberbullying in her first public appearance.


Bodies of 7 women found in Indiana
It started with one body at a motel. By the next day, a 43-year-old man was in custody and his confession, police say, led them to three other women's bodies. They'd find three more the next day.


Why some survive, some don't
There's no cure for Ebola. So why have some patients walked away healthy while others in the West died?


The man who never gave up hope
Six months after more than 200 schoolgirls vanished into the night in Nigeria, the #BringBackOurGirls campaign has faded. But one man did not stop fighting to bring them home.


U.S. airdrops weapons to Kobani fighters
The airdrop of weapons, ammunition and medical supplies was partly humanitarian but also aimed at shoring up Kurdish defenders of the city, a senior Obama official says.


Oscar de la Renta <br> dead at 82
Often described as the "sultan of suave," he not only dressed every first lady since Jacqueline Kennedy but designed wedding dresses for many of their children.


de la Renta: Dressing the stars


People we lost in 2014


2006: de la Renta on his roots
In 2006, Oscar de la Renta talks to CNN about how he was able to turn his Dominican Republic roots into a positive.


Ebola
This is getting ridiculous.


ISIS
The U.S. military has airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish fighters in the Syrian city of Kobani to beef up the defense against ISIS forces, the Pentagon said.


Bodies found
It started with one body at a motel in Hammond, Indiana.


Hannah Graham
Sgt. Dale Terry of the Chesterfield Sheriff's Department and his small search team were finishing up for the day when they made the discovery.


Royal baby
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second baby is due in April, Britain's royal family announced Monday.


Comet
It was the closest comet near-miss known to astronomers, but everything is alright.


Joanne Borgella
Singer and model Joanne Borgella, an "American Idol" contestant in 2008, died on Saturday at age 32 after a battle with cancer, her family said on her Facebook page.


Japan jetliner
Japan is set to make its mark in the skies with its first new commercial jet in more than 50 years, the Mitsubishi Regional Jet, or MRJ.


World Series
With the World Series on the line, radio stations in San Francisco aren't taking any chances.


The week in 30 photos


What a shot! 43 amazing sports photos


  
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