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Democratic mayors across the country are clashing with mostly Republican governors who say their states shouldn't accept Syrian refugees.
Two big developments start off Wednesday in the aftermath of the Paris attacks last week in which 129 people were killed:
A standing room only crowd said goodbye to a veteran, Billy Aldridge, after no family members stepped forward to make funeral arrangements for him. CNN affiliate WXIN reports.
In his nearly seven years flying around the globe as commander in chief, President Barack Obama has aimed his ire at crooked tyrants and shadowy warlords the world over.
Outpouring of tributes to Diesel the police dog killed in terror raid. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a good dog that died young.
Jennifer Lawrence spoke with ABC News about the ending of "The Hunger Games" trilogy and her breakup with actor Nicholas Hoult.
41-year-old volunteer firefighter Patrick Hardison of Mississippi now lives with the face of a 26-year-old Brooklyn bike mechanic
A Florida bride and her bridesmaids destroyed their dresses after her fiance called off the wedding in a text. CNN affiliate WFLA reports.
Chris Christie on Wednesday blamed President Barack Obama for the Syrian refugee crisis and called Obama "a joke" who "lives in a fantasy land."
The two Minneapolis police officers involved in the fatal shooting of unarmed Jamar Clark are seven-year veterans who joined that city's police force 13 months ago, authorities said Wednesday.
One of France's first responses to last week's terror attacks in Paris was to declare a state of emergency.
We know them as ISIS or ISIL. But there's another name the group hates -- so much they've threatened to cut out the tongue of anyone who uses it.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday vowed to veto a a GOP-drafted bill to suspend the program allowing Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the U.S. until key national security agencies certify they don't pose a security risk.
ISIS is circulating a video that suggest they are targeting New York. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports that the video cannot be verified, but authorities are taking it seriously.
ISIS claims that a bomb made with a soda can blew up the Russian Metrojet airliner over Egypt. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.