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Gisele is right: Mom comes first!
When did it become a crime to admit that you -- as a parent -- put yourself first?


Source: Canada gunman tied to jihadists
The Ottawa gunman had "connections" to jihadists in Canada who shared a radical Islamist ideology, including at least one who went overseas to fight in Syria, multiple U.S. sources told CNN on Thursday.


New video shows shooting details
Ottawa shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau is believed to have communicated with extremists. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.


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


Plane, helicopter collide in midair
Three people died and two were injured when a small aircraft and helicopter collided on Thursday afternoon at a municipal airport in Frederick, Maryland.


Report: Monica Lewinsky mistreated
A government report obtained by the Washington Post on Thursday states that government agents and lawyers mistreated Monica Lewinsky when they approached the former White House intern in January 1998 to get her to cooperate with an investigation into President Bill Clinton.


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.


The best (worst?) sick-day excuses
Had a big night out? Don't fancy leaving a cozy bed for the cold outdoors? Having a Ferris Bueller moment?


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.


Time-lapse shows solar eclipse
Time-lapse video shows the solar eclipse over Denver on October 23, 2014.


11-foot python surprises workers
An 11-foot python was found in a pipe at a construction site in South Florida. WSVN has more on this story.


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


The world's most luxurious museum?
Luxury enthusiasts, rejoice: Louis Vuitton is bringing its upscale sensibilities to the art world with a new, Frank Gehry-designed museum.


Study of diet pill retracted
Dr. Mehmet Oz has been under fire recently for promoting weight loss products on TV's "The Dr. Oz Show" that aren't backed by a lot of scientific evidence. Now a study supporting one of those products, diet pills made with green coffee bean extract, has been withdrawn by its lead researchers.


Guess who bested Conan on Twitter?
The former secretary of state and the late night talk show host staged a humorous battle of words.


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


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.


The 5 biggest breakfast myths
The first meal of the day can have a very different meaning for different people. For some, it's grabbing a granola bar to nibble on during the morning commute; for others, it includes a big omelet with a cup of coffee at home.


Witnesses: It was Jaylen Fryberg
A freshman who opened fire at a school near Seattle played football and was recently on the homecoming court, students say.


Who is Jaylen Fryberg?
One week after being named to his high school's homecoming court, Jaylen Fryberg opened fire in its cafeteria -- shooting five, one fatally, before turning his gun on himself.


Student: He smirked at me, shot
CNN's Jake Tapper talks with witness Jordan Luton about a shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington.


Opinion: Question U.S. must face
Eric Liu says with our family and friends and neighbors, each one of us must decide what kind of civilization we expect in the United States. We the people have the responsibility to set tone and standards, with our laws and norms


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Russia taking jabs at Sweden
The Swedes will find sitting on the fence to be increasingly uncomfortable when Putin is your next door neighbor, writes Gary Schmitt.


Daylight Saving Time: Let's keep it
On Sunday, November 2, it will again be the end of Daylight Saving Time. Many of us will be muttering to ourselves as we wander around resetting all of our various clocks -- on the thermostat, clock radio and stove, among other places.


How to print yourself a new hand
Robert Graboyes says "permissionless innovation" is letting design and production of low-cost of 3-D printed hands quickly evolve. Such unleashed enterprise hould be applied across all of health care


Candidate's chilling remarks on guns
If it was just a political pander, it was a beauty. But if it was a serious statement of philosophy, it was chilling -- even scary.


Where are Mexico's lost boys?
Where are the lost boys of Mexico? That's what many people, in that country and around the world, want to know. The answer could say much about the new narrative that has been pushed about the country.


Surprising truth about serial killings
Despite an alleged confession over a string of killings in Indiana, serial killings are much less common than they used to be, write James Alan Fox and Jack Levin.


Mark Zuckerberg did it. You should too
So, Mark Zuckerberg apparently speaks Mandarin.


2 deputies die in shooting rampage
A California sheriff's deputy was fatally shot in the forehead when he and a partner confronted a motorist parked in a suspicious vehicle in a motel parking lot, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones said Friday.


NYPD: Hatchet attack is terrorism
A New York City police officer remains in critical condition at a Queens hospital Friday, one day after suffering a hatchet wound to the head.


Remains ID'd as Hannah Graham
Human remains discovered last weekend in Albemarle County, Virginia, belong to University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, authorities said Friday.


Nurse: I'm so fortunate
Nina Pham, a nurse who contracted Ebola in Texas, has recovered from the disease.


Nurse who beat Ebola hugs Obama
Nina Pham was the first person to catch Ebola on U.S. soil, and now, 13 days after testing positive, she has been declared free of the deadly disease.


Mother to ISIS: Please answer us
The mother of American hostage Abdul Rahman Kassig has sent a tweet appealing for a response from ISIS to the family's pleas for his life.


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)


43 students missing, Mexico gov. quits
The legislature of Mexico's Guerrero state must now find a replacement after the governor effectively stepped down, yielding to a growing political crisis over a mass kidnapping.


Ferguson edgy over grand jury decision
There is never a day where at least one person isn't outside the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department sitting or standing near an anemic tree, the only place for a bit of shade.


TLC cancels 'Honey Boo Boo'
Reports claimed that the reality show's "Mama June" Shannon is dating a registered sex offender.


'Breaking Bad' star upset at store
Aaron Paul is still upset that Toys R Us pulled "Breaking Bad" action figures from its stores and noted that a petition to keep the figures has gained signers.


School lets child bring dagger
A Washington elementary school allows a student to bring a knife to school because it is part of his faith tradition.


Even the Queen's doing this now
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dipped a toe into 21st-century communications Friday when she posted her first tweet.


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.


Tour guide's Chinatown rant goes viral
A San Francisco tour guide's expletive-laced rant about Chinatown on her last day of work has angered a metropolis used to celebrating the diverse and welcoming City by the Bay.


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


Twitter all-star signs off
Chrissy Teigen, usually one of Twitter's more resilient members, has apparently quit the site.


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


Why he's the world's greatest movie star
He doesn't have an agent. He doesn't have a publicist. He doesn't even seem to have a fixed address. It's all the more reason why Bill Murray is the greatest.


Bus driver lays the smackdown on thief
Bus driver bags purse-snatcher with a bat. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on instant karma caught on camera.


These dogs protect the president
For the Secret Service only one breed of dog will do to keep the President safe.


Should little girls use the F-word?
Sally Kohn says a video of little girls dressed as princesses using the F-word very loudly to condemn sexism is provocative. But is it exploitative?


Moon takes a bite out of sun
If there's one thing we've learned about the CNN iReport community, it's that you all love to capture celestial events.


'Psychedelic baptism' helped my PTSD
He started as a young, eager recruit looking for adventure. Now this former Marine explains why he and other vets are seeking PTSD treatment from a psychedelic drug found deep in the Amazon jungle.


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


The best places to ski on Earth?
It's that time of the year when winter sports enthusiasts dust off their skis and snowboards and get ready to hit the slopes in search of perfect powder and fresh adventures.


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.


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.


Mike Tyson's latest project is laughable
CNN's Lisa France explains how an animated Mike Tyson will soon be solving mysteries on Adult Swim.


'Weird Al' is HOW old?


She went without makeup for 7 days
Buzzfeed's Erin La Rosa did not wear makeup for a week and learned some lessons about herself.


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


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


The mountain is just the icing on the cake
Tanzania is far more than just a spot to climb the world's tallest freestanding mountain.


How real is the Africa you see in movies?
Anthony Bourdain travels to Tanzania, an unspoiled part of the world. Tune in to Parts Unknown Sunday at 9pm EST.


Hannah Graham's remains identified
The remains were found eight miles from where the University of Virginia student was last seen five weeks ago, police say.


The nurse who beat Ebola
"I feel fortunate and blessed to be standing here today," Nina Pham said Friday after being declared Ebola-free.


War vet's search for cure leads to Amazon
He started as a young, eager recruit looking for adventure. Now this former Marine explains why he and other vets are seeking PTSD treatment from a psychedelic drug found deep in the Amazon jungle.


Welcome to New York. This way to quarantine
One person already has been put in isolation after the governors of New York and New Jersey said their states are raising airport screening beyond federal guidelines for travelers from Ebola-hit countries.


Latest
A doctor in New York City tests positive for Ebola. The European Union pledges more funds to fight the deadly virus. And a military response team begins training.


Mayor: NYC prepared to handle Ebola
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio updates the media on the condition of a doctor infected with Ebola in the city.


Photos: Ebola outbreak
The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest ever, health officials say.


Reports: Mali's first first Ebola patient dies
The first confirmed Ebola patient in Mali has died, according to state TV reports, citing government health officials.


School shooting
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Ebola
Nina Pham was the first person to catch Ebola on U.S. soil, and now, 13 days after testing positive, she has been declared free of the deadly disease.


Hannah Graham
The remains were found eight miles from where the University of Virginia student was last seen five weeks ago, police say.


Mexico missing students
The legislature of Mexico's Guerrero state must now find a replacement after the governor effectively stepped down, yielding to a growing political crisis over a mass kidnapping.


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


Hatchet attack
A New York City police officer remains in critical condition at a Queens hospital Friday, one day after suffering a hatchet wound to the head.


Ferguson
There is never a day where at least one person isn't outside the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department sitting or standing near an anemic tree, the only place for a bit of shade.


Elizabeth Peña
Actress Elizabeth Peña died from complications related to alcoholism, according to her death certificate obtained by CNN.


Midair collision
Three people died and two were injured when a small aircraft and helicopter collided on Thursday afternoon at a municipal airport in Frederick, Maryland.


The week in 37 photos


Look at me! 17 selfies of the week


What a shot! 35 sports photos


  
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