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Eleanor Roosevelt's sharp tongue
"Dammed if you do, damned if you don't" -- 12 inspirational quotes from the U.S. President's charismatic wife.


Nazi U-boat wreck found off U.S. coast
A World War II German U-boat, sunk during the Battle of the Atlantic more than 72 years ago, has been discovered off the coast of North Carolina, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Tuesday.


10 outlandish future predictions
Ever since two men first laid a bet on two flies climbing up a cave wall, gambling has struck at the core of the human condition: the future is uncertain.


Car plows into crowd and kills baby
A Palestinian man rammed his car into commuters waiting at a light rail stop in Jerusalem on Wednesday, killing a baby and wounding several other people, Israeli police said.


Living life from a hospital room
A 17-year-old girl living with cystic fibrosis makes the hospital her happy place.


Holder frustrated no jail for bankers
CNN interviews the first African-American attorney general, Eric Holder, about his legacy.


'Price is Right,' but dance is wrong
After getting lucky on "The Price is Right," a contestant performed some pretty unforgettable dance moves.


Former Harlem Globetrotter missing
Rico Harris, a former Harlem Globetrotter, has gone missing. CNN affiliate KCPQ reports.


Man chisels his way out of elevator
A group in China escape from a stuck elevator thanks to one man and his trusty hammer. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.


Robertson: Towels can spread AIDS
CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on Pat Robertson's recent claim about how one could get AIDS from towels in Kenya.


102 snakes found in home
More than 100 snakes were found inside a Canada home. CBC News has more.


Christian Bale to play Steve Jobs
Move over, Ashton Kutcher. Christian Bale is going to give the role of Steve Jobs a go.


5 can't-miss Tanzania experiences
Tanzania is far more than just a spot to climb the world's tallest freestanding mountain.


Kenny G at Hong Kong protests?
Smooth jazz saxophonist Kenny G wants everyone to know that he's not a foreign agitator trying to defy the Chinese Communist Party.


'Hitch' TV show in the works at Fox
Will Smith's date doctor "Hitch" is setting up a practice on TV.


Store pulls 'Breaking Bad' toys
"Breaking Bad's" drug-dealing chemistry teacher Walter White will have to stop making the sale at Toys R Us.


Google unveils app to fix email
How do you solve a problem like email?


Disney's new heroine: 'Moana'
Get ready for another addition to the line of Disney heroines: Moana, an ocean adventurer.


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


Parliament's sergeant-at-arms hailed as a hero
Kevin Vickers is credited with shooting down the gunman who stormed Canada's Parliament.


What we know -- and don't know
A day after a gunman killed an army reservist in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, many questions remain.


Sources: Shooter had jihadists ties
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau had connections to jihadists in Canada who shared a radical Islamist ideology, including at least one who went overseas to fight in Syria, sources told CNN today.


The victim
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo -- killed Wednesday while standing guard at Ottawa's National War Memorial -- is remembered as a good soldier and friend with a great smile.


Photos: Gunfire at Parliament


Leave Renee Zellweger alone
LZ Granderson says the actress's changed appearance after years out of public eye unleashed a wave of gossipy judgment. Why can't we just accept her explanation that she's happy?


Transgender troops: 1 accepted, 1 not
Caroline Paige and Landon Wilson: One of us is British, the other American. Both of us served in Afghanistan. But when our military colleagues found out we are transgender, our careers took different paths.


Why Canada shouldn't be surprised
It was a surprise, even for a journalist, to be driving down Wellington Street, the city's ceremonial thoroughfare, and to find myself swept into the chaotic aftermath of a disaster. I was rushing to a television studio at mid-morning and passing by the National War Memorial, just minutes after the shooting. A solider was down.


Finally nurses get what they're owed
Back in the day, nurses will tell you, if a doctor came into a room and no chair was available for him, a nurse would have to give up her seat. Those days are long gone, but for a long time, nurses didn't have a guaranteed seat at the health care policy table—until now.


Mike Rowe takes on his critics
The "Somebody's Gotta Do It" host responds to viewers who said he "came across as bored and disdainful" after last week's show on endangered animals.


Doctor tested for Ebola in NY
A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned from West Africa was taken to a New York hospital for isolation and testing for the Ebola virus, a law enforcement official briefed on the matter told CNN.


What an Ebola survivor looks like
Getty photographer John Moore took beautiful portraits of Ebola survivors


Inside Ebola patient's apartment
Affiliate KTVT reveals images inside nurse Amber Vinson's apartment as crews work to strip it of any Ebola contaminates.


'Dog got' White House fence jumper
A man who jumped the White House fence Wednesday night suffers from mental problems, and has been arrested there before, according to his father.


Ex-mayor linked to missing students
The former mayor of Iguala is a "probable" suspect in the disappearance of 43 students who were kidnapped last month from the city in Guerrero state, Mexican authorities said.


Foss Lake mystery solved: It's them
A decades-old mystery that captivated Oklahoma has been solved after officials confirmed the identities of two groups of people -- some of them teens -- who went missing in 1969 and 1970.


4 held in Total CEO's plane crash
Four people have been detained in connection with a crash that killed the chief executive of a French oil company, a Russian investigative committee said Thursday.


Deal lets 200 join fight against ISIS
A month of airstrikes in Syria by the U.S.-led coalition has killed 553 people -- a large majority of them ISIS militants, including foreigners, according to a monitoring group.


Heads line streets of ISIS capital
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh brings us a grim look at life under ISIS rule in Raqqa, Syria. (Warning: Disturbing images)


Former senator trying to switch states
At first glance, the campaign sign looks authentic.


'Christie's got his head in the sand'
Labor Secretary Tom Perez on Thursday panned New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's comments that he's "tired" of the minimum wage debate.


Giant gold nugget discovered
Five-pound nugget is 90% gold, believed to be worth between $350,000 and $450,000. KTVU has the story.


Elizabeth Peña's death cause ID'd
Actress Elizabeth Peña died from complications related to alcoholism, according to her death certificate obtained by CNN.


Clue to Neanderthal mating found
DNA from a 45,000-year-old leg bone is giving scientists a better idea of when modern humans first started mating with Neanderthals.


Family awakens to firebombed home
Linda Bazzi awoke in the middle of the night and found her two-story home unusually warm.


Is this the next miracle drug?
Imagine discovering a plant that has the potential to help alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder, suicidal thoughts and paralyzing anxiety. That's what some believe ayahuasca can do, and this psychedelic drink is attracting more and more tourists to the Amazon.


UNC report: Years of academic fraud
For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.


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


Which celebs speak multiple languages?
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg already owns a good chunk of the Internet, but on Wednesday he won it as well when he spoke Chinese to an audience at a Beijing university.


Zuckerberg's surprise has crowd gasping
Facebook's founder says he taught himself Mandarin and tested his skills with students in China.


Goodbye to China's 'weird' buildings?
The Chinese leadership has called for less "weird architecture" to be built in the country. Does it mean the end of unusual structures like these?


One Direction is going to do what?
Good luck stopping the phenomenon that is One Direction.


Stadium's glass panel falls toward girl
A little girl in Ukraine has survived a close call with a glass panel from a soccer stadium. Erin Hawksworth reports.


See how she nabbed a sex offender
An Australian man is sentenced for online sex with a young girl, but she wasn't even real. CNN's Lynda Kinkade reports.


'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer drops
The new trailer for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" is, in a word, "Hulktastic."


Renee's new look is raising eyebrows
A plastic surgeon weighs in on Zellweger's new look. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the eyebrow-raising details.


Dressing the stars


'Weird Al' is how old?


Dying dad's moving gift to baby girl
Mitchell Whisenhunt left over 30 letters to his family, including some for his 1-year-old daughter's future birthdays.


Brazilian man admits to 39 murders
A Brazilian man nicknamed "handsome" serial killer has confessed to 39 murders. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.


How the Victorians dressed for death
150 years ago, you really had to wear your grief on your sleeve.


Wildlife Photographer of the year is ...
Event organizers say they received more than 42,000 entries from 96 countries. Here's a selection of winning images and finalists from this year's competition.


Citizen pulls over, warns police officer
Gavin Seim filmed his exchange with a police officer in an unmarked car.


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


Where to capture photos like this
Remember that giant grizzly in Alaska that came inches from your face?


Toddler gets stuck in toy claw machine
A toddler in Maryville, Tennessee, became stuck in a toy claw machine at a restaurant.


Swerving driver crashes on camera
Two men captured video of a swerving driver who eventually hits a car that then crashes into the men. WTAE reports.


Nun's shocking song on new album
A nun sings "Like a Virgin" And CNN's Jeanne Moos says it's not the Virgin Mary she's singing about, it's a Madonna cover.


Ex-mayor linked to missing students
A former mayor is a "probable" suspect in the disappearance of 43 students who were kidnapped last month from Iguala, Mexican authorities said.


Ottawa shooting: What we know, don't know
A day after a gunman killed an army reservist in the Canadian capital, many questions remain. Here's what we know about the victim, the killer and what happened.


White House fence jumper caught
A man jumped over the White House fence on Wednesday night, but this time, the man barely made it onto the lawn before he was subdued as he kicked and punched two police dogs.


Witnesses depict chaos in Canada shootings
Peter Henderson heard gunshots ring out late Wednesday morning from the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa, Canada, as workers were rolling into the office a little late, coffee in hand.


'She was my everything'
"They're somebody's daughter," says the mother of a teen found dead in Indiana over the weekend. Here's what is known so far about the victims of suspected serial killer Darren Deon Vann.


Witness: 'I saw body slumped down'
Journalist Josh Wingrove describes the scene in Ottawa where at least one person has been shot.


Sun will look like crescent moon
The cosmos will cast an afternoon delight over the country on Thursday with a partial solar eclipse. The moon will clip the sun, making it look like a fingernail as it sets.


The science behind a solar eclipse


Canadian shooting
A day after a gunman killed an army reservist in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, many questions remain.


White House fence jumper
A man who jumped the White House fence Wednesday night suffers from mental issues, and has been arrested there before, his father said.


UNC academic fraud
For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.


Ebola
Obama expresses cautious optimism. An infected nurse shows signs of improvement. And a military response team begins training.


Hero
It is sheer panic in the woman's voice on the cell phone video as the flames shot out of the windows of the wood frame home: "There's a man in there!"


Kenny G
Smooth jazz saxophonist Kenny G wants everyone to know that he's not a foreign agitator trying to defy the Chinese Communist Party.


Moana
Get ready for another addition to the line of Disney heroines: Moana, an ocean adventurer.


Florida secession
Miami-area lawmakers are proposing adding a 51st star to the American flag.


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


What a shot! 35 sports photos


The week in 30 photos


  
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