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On this day: November 30

Mark Twain is born, Lucy and Desi elope, civil war breaks out in Palestine, Bing and Bowie sing a Christmas duet, and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" is released, all on this day.

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20 easy ways to burn 100 calories

Need to work off that Thanksgiving dinner? Check out Self magazine's list of easy ways to burn 100 calories.

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Royals welcome Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have named the royal baby Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, according to a statement released by Kensington Palace,

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Top 10 fastest-selling albums

Adele's "25" has topped the 15-year-old single-week sales record set by *NSYNC's "No Strings Attached," selling 3.38 million copies in its first week. Check out the rest of the top 10 fastest-selling albums in America.

National Nuclear Security Administration

On this day: November 29

Edison shows off his phonograph, atom bomb testing heads underground, a chimpanzee orbits the Earth, the Pong craze begins, and the world loses another Beatle, all on this day.


Gunman engages in 6-hour standoff at Colo. Planned Parenthood

Police evacuated a Planned Parenthood building in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where a gunman fired at officers. Here are images and info from the incident.

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On this day: November 28

Magellan reaches the Pacific, William Shakespeare gets hitched, the Grand Ole Opry debuts, Olympic gymnast Nadia Comaneci defects, and Jeffrey Dahmer is killed in prison, all on this day.


Food you're tossing too early

Americans are wasting more food than ever, thanks partly to confusion over expiration dates. Find out which food you may be tossing too early.

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On this day: November 27

Alfred Nobel establishes the Nobel Prize, Baby Face Nelson dies in a shootout with the FBI, Harvey Milk is assassinated, MTV bans Madonna, and Tiger Woods crashes his SUV, all on this day.

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Remember the No. 1 pop hits of 1990?

It may be hard to believe, but it's already been 25 years since the likes of Sinéad O'Connor, Wilson Phillips and Vanilla Ice topped the charts. Take a look back at who else produced the top pop hits of 1990.

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Notable deaths of 2015

Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians, artists and actors we've lost in 2015.

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On this day: November 26

Thanksgiving Day becomes an official holiday, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is published, the NHL is formed, "Casablanca" premieres, and the Concorde lands for the last time, all on this day.


Thanksgiving Day fast facts

Here's some background information about Thanksgiving Day, celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. In 2015, Thanksgiving is Nov. 26th.


What to know: Laquan McDonald case

Protesters took to the streets of Chicago after police released a graphic dashcam video showing an officer shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. Here is what you need to know about the case.

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2015 Thanksgiving, Black Friday hours for major retailers

Black Friday is nearly here, although it will once again be more like "Black Thanksgiving" this year given store hours. Check out the store hours announced for 2015 by major retailers.

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Paris terror attacks: What we know

The Paris attacks that killed at least 129 people continued to prompt raids and arrests in Europe and airstrikes in Syria.


Thanksgiving: A to Z

With Thanksgiving almost here, click here to find out everything you need to know about the holiday.


Holiday foods to keep away from pets

Thanksgiving is all about friends and family -- and food, of course -- but there are some goodies you need to keep away from pets.

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On this day: November 25

Woody Woodpecker makes his debut, the "Hollywood Ten" are blacklisted, JFK is buried, The Band performs its "Last Waltz," and a British supergroup sings for Ethiopia, all on this day.

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Recent controversial police encounters

Here is a timeline of recent controversial incidents involving law enforcement officials and civilians.

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Notable food recalls

Health investigators say a handful of cases of E. coli have been linked back to chicken salad sold at Costco. Here are some other recent food recalls.

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Russian jet crashes after being shot down by Turkey

Video of a Russian plane crashing on the Syrian-Turkey border on Tuesday.

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Jamar Clark unrest: What to know

Minneapolis man Jamar Clark, 24, was shot by police and died of gunshot wounds to the head Nov. 16, 2015. Here's what to know about the controversial shooting.

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Spiders invade North Memphis neighborhood in

Residents in a North Memphis, Tennessee, neighborhood are being invaded by millions of spiders.

Irving Police Department via CNN

Clock boy: What to know

The family of Ahmed Mohamed (aka "clock boy"), who made national headlines when he was detained and placed in handcuffs for bringing a homemade clock to school, is now threatening to sue the city of Irving, Texas. Here's the latest.

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Portraits of the Paris victims

They were concertgoers and football fans, students, teachers, journalists, architects and lawyers. Portraits of the 129 killed and 352 wounded in deadly attacks at six sites in Paris are beginning to emerge.

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Tips for braving stormy holiday travel

AAA estimates that 3.6 million people will be flying this Thanksgiving, and close to 42 million will be on the roads. With all those people traveling, stormy weather could make for huge delays and headaches. Follow these tips from CNN for (hopefully) calm travels this holiday week.

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Celebrity bad hair days

Think you're the only one having a bad hair day? You're not alone. There are plenty of celebrities that have had them, too.

Public domain

On this day: November 24

Charles Darwin publishes "On the Origin of Species," Jack Ruby shoots Lee Harvey Oswald, D. B. Cooper leaps from a plane, and Freddie Mercury dies, all on this day.

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2015 American Music Awards

With some of music's biggest and brightest stars taking the stage for the 2015 American Music Awards on Sunday night, check out all the action.

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Donald Trump's most provocative quotes

Since announcing his presidential campaign in June, Donald Trump has made headlines with a series of provocative quotes and comments. Check out some of the most notable, as compiled and transcribed by eonline.com and other sources.

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2015's biggest mergers and acquisitions

Check out some of 2015's biggest mergers and acquisitions.

Touchstone Pictures

On this day: November 23

The first jukebox goes into service, JFK lays in repose at the White House, "Doctor Who" debuts on TV, and "Three Men and a Baby" cleans up at the box office, all on this day.

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Best states for children's well-being

With Thanksgiving week marking National Family Week, take a look at which 25 states are tops when it comes to children's well-being, according to the 2015 Kids Count report.

Public domain

On this day: November 22

A notorious pirate is captured and killed, RCA Victor buys Elvis' contract from Sun Records, the nation mourns a president, The Beatles release "The White Album," and "Toy Story" premieres, all on this day.

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Celebrity weddings of 2015

Here comes the (celebrity) bride! Take a look at the notable celebrity weddings of 2015.

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On this day: November 21

Thomas Edison announces the phonograph, "Frankenstein" and "Rocky" premiere 45 years apart, Tweety Bird makes his debut, and millions tune in to find out "who shot J.R.," all on this day.


Mali hotel attack

Assailants with guns blazing attacked a hotel hosting diplomats and others in Mali's capital on Friday morning, leaving at least 10 people dead and trapping dozens in the building for hours, officials in the West African nation said.

John Bonifield/CNN

Meet the dogs that smell cancer

Dogs have a second smelling device in the back of their noses called Jacobson's organ. That double smelling system allows trained dogs to detect cancer's unique odors, called volatile organic compounds.


Joe Biden's goofiest moments

Here's a look back at some of Vice President Joe Biden's more memorable moments.

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New flag for New Zealand

New Zealand is choosing among several finalists to face off against its current flag in a poll next year. Here are the five finalists.

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On this day: November 20

The Nuremberg Trials begin, Princess Elizabeth gets married, "Terms of Endearment" premieres in New York City, Windows 1.0 is released, and Michael Jackson is arrested, all on this day.

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15 things your feet say about your health

Pay attention if your feet are sending you any of these 15 warning signs.


Highest grossing movies based on books

As "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2" opens in theaters, consider where it may ultimately end up on this list of the 30 top-grossing movies adapted from books.

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2015 MLB season award winners

With Thursday's announcement of Bryce Harper and Josh Donaldson as the the National League and American League MVPs, take a look at the other 2015 MLB season award winners announced so far this offseason.

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Jared Fogle case: What to know

Jared Fogle, the longtime former pitchman for Subway, was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of child pornography and crossing state lines to pay for sex with minors.


WATCH releases 2015 '10 Worst Toys' list

World Against Toys Causing Harm has released its annual 10 Worst Toys list. Take a look at what made the list this year.

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Feuds between politicians, musicians

On Nov. 19, Survivor guitarist Frankie Sullivan, co-writer of "Eye of the Tiger," filed suit against Mike Huckabee for using the song without first getting permission. Click through for more kerfuffles between politicians and musicians.

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Smoking in America: Fast facts

With Thursday marking the American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout event, take a look at these facts about cigarette smoking in the U.S.

Library of Congress

On this day: November 19

Lincoln delivers the Gettysburg Address, Ford discontinues the Edsel, Rocky and Bullwinkle make their debut, Milli Vanilli lose their Grammy, and the first Wii goes on sale, all on this day.


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