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Eight bodies have now been recovered from the site where a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter crashed while on a relief mission in Nepal, the country's military said Saturday. It said the bodies are not recognizable.
It's a dilemma 1960s TV character Jan Brady knew well: "How do you stand out when you're the middle sister?"
Wendy Morrow, who was seven months pregnant, was ready to board the plane at the Hong Kong International Airport to visit her brother in Xiamen, China, but moments before she got to the gate -- her water broke.
President Obama ordered the raid that killed ISIS leader Abu Sayyaf at the recommendation of his national security team. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.
Authorities have recovered a gun police say was used in the shooting deaths of two police officers in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, said Mayor Johnny Dupree.
U.S. Special Operations forces killed senior ISIS leader Abu Sayyaf in a major anti-ISIS raid in Syria. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
NASA's rover Curiosity captured incredible images of a blue sunset on Mars. CNN's Rachel Crane reports.
Caitlin McGuire, owner of BCC, explains how to be a good cannabis club employee. "High Profits" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
As a Christian, I can't but feel horrified at the news that a federal jury has imposed the death penalty on Dzhokar Tsarnaev, the young man who (with his brother) was responsible for the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
Army Sgt. Corrin Campbell is a chameleon. Tough combat U.S. Army veteran. Buttoned up officer. And that female singer with the pink hair and the red lips, on a high school stage, belting out Taylor Swift's' "Blank Space."
Amtrak 188 engineer Brandon Bostian appeared to be a blogger, posting comments on train safety for years. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
The U.S. is "expediting" weapon shipments to Iraq in light of the ISIS advances in Ramadi. FULL STORY
Political reactions to ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos's admission of donations to the Clinton Foundation continued on Friday, with questions centering on whether the former Clinton strategist was fit to moderate presidential debates.
They're making their case in Washington, in the early states and even on foreign trips: The governors vying for the presidency in 2016 say that their party must nominate a candidate who has led a state.
Howard Dean re-enacted his most famous, or infamous, moment Thursday night, as he performed the "Dean Scream" from his ill-fated 2004 campaign in an attack against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.