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Riots, looting in Baltimore

Baltimore protests turn violent with looting and the burning of a local CVS pharmacy.

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Faces of Obama's cabinet

Loretta Lynch was sworn in as U.S. attorney general on Monday. She's the first African-American woman to hold the position. Click through to see more faces of President Obama's cabinet.

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Career timeline of Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Here is a look at the life of Loretta Lynch who was sworn in on Monday as U.S. attorney general. Lynch is first black female attorney general in American history.

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Images: 12 dead in theater massacre

On Monday, shooting suspect James Holmes goes on trial for 165 counts, including murder and attempted murder charges. He has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Here are images from the 2012 shooting inside an Aurora movie theater.

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Earthquake kills hundreds in Nepal

WARNING: Graphic content. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered less than 50 miles from Kathmandu rocked Nepal with devastating force early Saturday, killing at least 1,400 people -- and probably more -- in Nepal's capital city, authorities said. 

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Notable deaths of 2015

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

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Nepal earthquake: Aftershocks, aftermath

(Warning: Graphic content) A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Kathmandu on Saturday. Many houses, buildings and temples in the capital were destroyed, leaving thousands dead or trapped under the debris as emergency rescue workers attempt to clear rubble and find survivors.

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How much some CEOs earn hourly

Fight for $15 is a growing national protest movement that represents fast food workers' demand for higher wages. Take a look at what average restaurant and retail CEOs earn, broken down as if they got paid hourly.

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On this day: April 27

Benito Mussolini is arrested trying to escape Italy, an ailing Babe Ruth is honored at Yankee Stadium, construction begins on a new World Trade Center, and President Obama produces his birth certificate, all on this day.

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Violence, arrests at Baltimore police protest

A peaceful demonstration in Baltimore on Saturday came to an end when police in riot gear tried to hold a line, and a few protesters vandalized police cars, threw objects at officers, cursed at them and scuffled with them.

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On this day: April 26

English settlers make their first landing in North America, John Wilkes Booth is shot and killed, an explosion rocks the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, and Lucille Ball dies, all on this day.

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On this day: April 25

The guillotine is first used, American and Soviet troops cut Nazi Germany in two, a U.S. Navy submarine completes the first submerged circumnavigation of the globe, and the Hubble Space Telescope is launched, all on this day.

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Most memorable celebrity interviews

Bruce Jenner will talk with Diane Sawyer in a highly anticipated interview on Friday night. Look back at some of the other memorable celebrity interviews from over the years.

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Biggest failed mergers

Comcast formally withdrew from its pending $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable on Friday morning -- after the companies failed to convince regulators the deal would be good for consumers. Take a look at some of the business world's biggest failed mergers according to Bloomberg Business news.

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White Sox-Royals brawl ends with five ejections

Five players, including Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Yordano Ventura and Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale, were ejected after a bench-clearing brawl in the bottom of the seventh inning Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

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Latest in Cosby sex scandal

Three more women recently came forward and accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Here is a timeline of accusations made against the embattled comedian.

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Bruce Jenner: Life timeline

Olympian Bruce Jenner is expected to reveal in an interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday that he will now live his life as a woman. Here is a look back at his life.

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World's happiest countries

The Sustainable Development Solutions Network released its annual World Happiness report. Here are the top 10 happiest countries in the world, according to the 2015 report.

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On this day: April 24

The Library of Congress is established, spaceflight claims its first human casualty, the Unabomber kills his last victim, and South Korea clones a puppy, all on this day.

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Notable food recalls

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams said that it was recalling all of its ice creams, sorbets, and ice cream sandwiches and closing all of its shops for now because of a potential Listeria risk. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.

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Craziest truck spills

From corn dogs to live turkeys, take a look at some of the craziest items to spill out of overturned trucks and onto American roads.

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Autism Awareness Month

In order to highlight the growing need for concern and awareness about autism, the Autism Society has been celebrating National Autism Awareness Month since the 1970s. The United States recognizes April as a special opportunity for everyone to educate the public about autism and issues within the…

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Controversial police encounters

Click through to view slides and information about notable controversial police encounters in the news.

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Volcano Calbuco erupts in Chile

Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted twice Wednesday and Thursday. The last major eruption was in 1962. There was a minor eruption in 1972. Calbuco also belched out a bit of gas and smoke in 1996.

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10 worst excuses for calling in sick

We've all done it -- called in sick to work even if we're feeling fine. But you probably haven't used any of these excuses.

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On this day: April 23

Shakespeare dies, the first public school in the U.S. opens, Wrigley Field opens, The Rolling Stones release "Sticky Fingers," Coca-Cola releases New Coke, and the first YouTube video is uploaded, all on this day.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has been served with a 10-game suspension over charges he once faced in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident. Here are some other NFL players who have had trouble with the law.

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Severe weather lashes Sydney region

Severe storms are hammering Sydney and surrounding areas. The storm system has battered parts of Australia's New South Wales province. The destructive flooding and winds have forced some residents to consider evacuating the area. The powerful storm has already claimed three lives, according to New…

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People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' 2015

Sandra Bullock topped People Magazine's "World's Most Beautiful" in 2015. See which other ladies earned a coveted spot on the annual list.

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Earth Day by the numbers

Founded 45 years ago as a day of environmental education, Earth Day is now celebrated worldwide. Check out the numbers behind this global holiday.

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On this day: April 22

Thousands rush to claim land in Oklahoma, the first nationwide Earth Day takes place, Richard Nixon dies, federal agents seize Elián González, and the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig sinks while spewing oil, all on this day.

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Brian Williams controversy timeline

"NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams was suspended for six months without pay following revelations that he exaggerated tales from an Iraq War mission in 2003. Here's a timeline of what happened.

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Earth Day: Recycling quiz

Earth Day is April 22. How much do you know about the items you assumedly recycle every day? Find out which ones are recyclable and which ones are not.

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11 things you do that your dog hates

Dogs are known as man's best friend, but sometimes we make it a little difficult on them. Check out this list of things we do that our dogs hate, as compiled by the Mother Nature Network.

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10 tourist traps worth seeing

Here are 10 places worth fighting other tourists to see this spring, according to Yahoo! Travel.

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On this day: April 21

John Adams becomes the first U.S. vice president, Mark Twain dies, Elvis hits No. 1 for the first time, and Geraldo Rivera opens Capone's vaults, all on this day.

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119th Boston Marathon

The 119th running of the Boston Marathon was held Monday. Click through for images from before, during and after the race.

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History's 10 worst oil disasters

On the five-year anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, take a look back at history's worst oil disasters.

Deadliest disasters at sea

With a spate of rickety migrant ships wrecking in the last week alone, take a look at some of the deadliest maritime disasters of modern times.

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State-by-state look at marijuana laws

In honor of April 20, the unofficial holiday for marijuana users, take a look at which states allow recreational and medical marijuana use.

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Banned foods allowed in the U.S.

They're banned in other countries, but these 13 food ingredients are still allowed in the U.S.

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On this day: April 20

Harriet Tubman begins her work with the Underground Railroad, Fenway Park opens, the Bay of Pigs Invasion fails, and tragedy hits Columbine High School, all on this day.

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Remember the No. 1 pop hits of 1990?

It was 25 years ago that Sinéad O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U" started a four-week run at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. In honor of the April 21, 1990, anniversary, check out who else produced the top pop hits of 1990.

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On this day: April 19

The American Revolutionary War breaks out, the Soviet Union launches the first space station, the Waco siege ends in a deadly blaze, and homegrown terrorists strike Oklahoma City, all on this day.

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On this day: April 18

Paul Revere rides, an earthquake and fires ravage San Francisco, Albert Einstein dies, Grace Kelly becomes a princess, and the U.S. embassy in Beirut is hit by a deadly car bomb, all on this day.

April and violence in America

With Sunday marking the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, look back at the other violence that has occurred in April in America.

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'Schoolhouse Rock' science quiz

How well do you know these Saturday morning science lessons?

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Who's running and who could run 2016?

Ohio Gov. John Kasich is mulling a run for president. Check out other formally announced or potential 2016 candidates.

Meet the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2015

With the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's induction ceremony set for this weekend, check out who made the cut for the class of 2015.

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Forgotten by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

With the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducting its class of 2015 on Saturday, including Green Day and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, here are some acts it has overlooked over the years.

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