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'Patriot' actress dead at 21
Actress Skye McCole Bartusiak, who played Mel Gibson's youngest daughter in "The Patriot," died Saturday at her home in Houston, her mother said Sunday. She was 21.


Arrest mom for leaving girl, 9, at park?
The case of a South Carolina mother arrested for allegedly leaving her 9-year-old daughter at a park for hours while she worked at a nearby McDonald's has sparked a robust debate online about whether this mother should ever have been arrested and how young is too young to leave a child on his or her own.


What if you only worked 3 days?
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has proposed a 3-day work week. We asked New Yorkers what they thought.


Huge sinkhole opens near homes
A massive sinkhole in Spring Hill, Florida led to the evacuation of several nearby residents. CNN affiliate WTSP reports.


Adam Levine marries in Mexico
Singer Adam Levine has married an Angel -- of the Victoria's Secret variety, that is.


'Facts of Life' stars reunite
On Saturday, two stars from "Facts of Life" got together for a long overdue TV reunion.


Mom swaps death row for jail
A Mississippi woman whose death sentence was overturned has been moved from state prison to county jail, where she will await a new trial, authorities say.


Tsarnaev friend on trial learns fate
A federal jury on Monday found a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of obstructing the investigation into the 2013 attack.


Cops: Model left child, pup in hot car
Police say a Maryland mom went shopping and left her child and puppy in a car on a 90 degree day.


How Monty Python said goodbye
Python has always been equal parts deadpan and silly, highbrow and low, and the "Monty Python Live (Mostly)" show -- which concluded Sunday at London's O2 Arena and was simulcast all over the world -- highlighted those distinctions.


Video shows fatal NYPD chokehold
Confronted by police trying to arrest him for allegedly selling illegal cigarettes, Eric Garner raised both hands in the air and, with passive defiance, told the officers not to touch him. Seconds later, the officer behind him grabbed the 350-pound man in a chokehold and pulled him to the sidewalk, rolling him onto his stomach.


Hot air balloon crash caught on cam
Five people were injured when a hot air balloon crashed into power lines in Massachusetts. WCVB reports.


Deaf boy slept as fire raged, then ...
A deaf 13-year-old boy was sleeping as flames engulfed his home. The boy escaped unharmed, thanks to his dog.


Mom makes NFL cheer squad
For her 40th birthday, Kriste Lewis auditioned to become a New Orleans Saints cheerleader. Mike Galanos has the story.


New 'Star Wars': Check out the X-wing
J.J. Abrams has given "Star Wars" fans something new to geek out about, and better yet, it's for a good cause.


Gymnast wows 'Ninja' competition
Great things come in tiny packages as "American Ninja Warrior's" Kacy Catanzaro becomes the show's first female finalist.


Conan and Dave Franco join Tinder
Conan and Dave Franco go on a mission to meet women through the dating app Tinder.


10 crashes that changed aviation
After air disasters, protocol, technology and laws are often changed to avert similar incidents. Here are some examples.


Emotional pics show dog's last day
A family gave their dog Duke the best last day of his life and memorialized it with this heartfelt photo diary.


298 lives cut short
A nun, a top AIDS researcher, an international athlete and a family on vacation. They are among the dead on Flight 17.


Ukraine: How did we get there?
A hostile takeover, now a downed plane. Jim Sciutto unpacks the events that led to the current crisis in Ukraine.


Ukraine: Russian officer shot it down
Dutch FM says he can't understand why it took so long for rescuers to be allowed to work.


Russia's take on what happened
In the tangled aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster, two narratives have emerged -- one that most of the world subscribes to, and another that Russia and the rebels are pushing.


Who are the pro-Russian rebels?
The horrifying crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 has put the pro-Russia rebels operating in Ukraine's eastern regions center stage -- and raised all kinds of questions about who they are, what they want and who's in charge.


Opinion: Don't blame the airline
I watched the steady hand of my first officer, Jim, advance the thrust levers of our Boeing 777. With the assistance of 115,000 ponds of thrust from each of two GE engines, the airplane began its lumbered roll down the center line of Runway 22 Left at JFK. We accelerated toward a rotation speed of 153 knots. At rotation speed, Jim applied gentle pressure to the control yoke, lifting the nose of our 602,000-pound airplane skyward. This would be one of the most critical phases of our flight to London.


5 unanswered questions
Amid the chaos and the grief, the politics and the finger pointing, the charges and the countercharges, we are no closer to answering some key questions about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17


Cheating death twice on 1 airline
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on one passenger who swapped flights twice avoiding both Malaysia Airlines disasters


Oren: Hamas' cynical strategy
The displacement, injury, and death of civilians in war is always tragic, and the current fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza is no exception. But unlike the vast majority of conflicts in history, Operation Protective Edge, as Israel calls it, is one in which images of civilian suffering play a central—and potentially decisive—role in the outcome.


Vladimir Putin's big blunder
The tragic fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, believed shot down by a missile in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 on board, has cast a new light on the series of gambles Russian President Vladimir Putin embarked on in late February.


U.S. military's new foe
According to Congress's watchdog agency, there is a new threat facing the nation's armed forces, and the Department of Defense is not doing enough about it.


Big Tobacco just got bigger
Robin Koval says that if cigarettes were introduced today, they'd never be approved for market. So the merging of two Big Tobacco companies feels like a throwback to a tobacco-happy past.


Ex-KGB agent's death to be probed
The UK Home Office will hold an independent public inquiry into the 2006 death of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, it announced Tuesday.


Anti-missile technology on planes?
Should U.S. airlines and commercial planes be equipped with missile deflecting technology? CNN's Brian Todd reports.


Body of fugitive in ferry case found
DNA taken from a body found in June matches that of fugitive billionaire Yoo Byung-eun, police in South Korea said Tuesday.


47 shot over weekend in Chicago
After an 11-year-old girl was shot and killed by a stray bullet while sitting on a friend's bedroom floor, Chicago officials met Monday to discuss the city's recent surge in gun violence.


MERS may be airborne
The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, better known as MERS, may be an airborne virus, according to an observation paper published Tuesday in the journal mBio.


Typhoon approaches Taiwan
After super Typhoon Rammasun battered parts of the Philippines and China last week, another sizable storm is approaching Taiwan.


Boko Haram takes town; 15K flee
A days-long raid on a northeast Nigerian town by Boko Haram left dozens dead and displaced more than 15,000 residents, Nigeria's National Emergency Management Agency reports.


Gynecologist took pics; hospital pays
Johns Hopkins Health System has agreed to pay $190 million to settle the case of a gynecologist who secretly photographed and recorded his patients.


Perry to send 1,000 troops to border
As tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors have crossed the Southern Border, Texas Gov. Rick Perry will send 1,000 guard troops to help secure the border, according to a person with knowledge of the plans in the governor's office.


Cops: 3 teens killed homeless
Three teens admitted to police they attacked two homeless men who were found dead in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Saturday, police said.


Strippers sue San Diego cops
Several strippers in California are suing the San Diego Police Department on charges of unreasonable search and seizure.


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


Cup star joins Real Madrid for $120M
One of the World Cup's most exciting players has joined Real Madrid.


What a shot! 31 sports photos


Mysterious crater baffles scientists
A huge crater that has popped up in remote Siberia has scientists baffled. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.


Is THIS strangest Olympic event ever?
Ear pulling is one of the most painful games at the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics in Fairbanks, Alaska.


TV guest fights opponent on air
TV brawler trades tables for chairs in his latest outburst. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.


World's largest flying aquatic insect
The world's largest flying aquatic insect, with huge, nightmarish pincers, has been discovered in China's Sichuan province, experts say.


When chaos reigned in pop culture
We had joy. We had fun. We had loathing.


See giant whales shock boaters
Several humpback whales play and feed in Monterrey Bay giving boaters a show. CNN affiliate KSBW reports.


My son wears skirts and that's OK
Actor and father Seth Menachem explains why he's comfortable letting his 2-year-old son wear dresses in public.


Britain's Prince George turns 1
Prince George isn't your average one year old. He started walking before he was one. Oh, and, he's going to be king -- of 16 countries. I had to remind myself occasionally of that latter fact as I stood outside the hospital in London where the he was born... for a week before he was born.


Actress looks a lot different today
Natalie Portman talks about growing up juggling her education at Harvard and working on blockbuster films.


The world's tallest, fastest waterslide
The Verrückt waterslide is the tallest in the world, standing at more than 168 feet tall.


'530 Fatties' page targets overweight
A Facebook page created to criticize people about their weight has sparked controversy. CNN affiliate KOVR reports.


Rover Curiosity's latest find


The one-piece makes a comeback
Bikinis might dominate beach bods, but style editors say the one-piece makes a bolder statement.


Guess which celeb has this tattoo


The week in 32 photos


Israel finds Hamas no longer amateurs
Hamas' tactics have changed -- now the group is using commando-like tactics, says CNN's veteran Middle East correspondent Ben Wedeman.


'Very difficult to get a cease-fire right now'
Some observers say the chances of a breakthrough in the Israel-Hamas conflict remain slim because the objectives of both sides have changed over the last few days.


Gaza death toll passes 500 mark
Secretary of State John Kerry is headed to Egypt for talks on the Gaza crisis as Hamas indicates that cease-fire talks may be progressing.


Hillary Clinton needs time to craft message
"You really shouldn't run for office if you don't have a clear idea of what you can do," the former President says of his wife.


Israel finds Hamas <br> no longer amateurs
Hamas' tactics have changed -- now the group is using commando-like tactics, says CNN's veteran Middle East correspondent Ben Wedeman.


'Difficult to get a cease-fire right now'
Some observers say the chances of a breakthrough in the Israel-Hamas conflict remain slim because the objectives of both sides have changed over the last few days.


Israelis face threat from underground
Israel is confronting a problem beyond the Hamas rockets screeching overhead -- a threat underfoot.


Why Americans are fighting for Israel
CNN's Polo Sandoval reports on why Americans are traveling to the Middle East to fight for Israel.


Plane crash
The train full of bodies chugged slowly across eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, getting the victims one step closer to their grieving families around the world.


Mideast crisis
The death toll continues to mount on both sides of the Gaza conflict as the United States pushes for a halt to fighting between Hamas and Israel.


Ferry case fugitive
The Sewol ferry disaster appears to have taken another life -- this time of the man whom some blamed for the disaster.


Prince George
Prince George isn't your average one year old. He started walking before he was one. Oh, and, he's going to be king -- of 16 countries. I had to remind myself occasionally of that latter fact as I stood outside the hospital in London where the he was born... for a week before he was born.


Skye McCole Bartusiak
Actress Skye McCole Bartusiak, who played Mel Gibson's youngest daughter in "The Patriot," died Saturday at her home in Houston, her mother said Sunday. She was 21.


Missing American
Human remains found in two plastic bags near a beach in southwestern Mexico have been identified as those of Harry Devert, a New Yorker who left his job as a trader in finance for a transcontinental motorcycle journey from the United States to Latin America, Mexican authorities said.


Adam Levine
Singer Adam Levine has married an Angel -- of the Victoria's Secret variety, that is.


What a shot! 31 amazing sports photos


Look at me! 14 selfies of the week


The week in 26 photos


  
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