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Notable deaths of 2014

From legendary actors to fashion designers, take a look at the most notable deaths of 2014.

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Who are 3 Americans detained in North Korea?

Matthew Todd Miller, a 24-year-old from California, has been convicted of "acts hostile" to North Korea and sentenced to six years of hard labor. Learn more about the three Americans currently being detained in North Korea.

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Best new Apple iOS 8 features

Apple's iOS 8 is here, and it's packed with slick new features. Take a look at some of the best changes to the latest version of the popular mobile operating system.

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Common myths about Ebola

At least eight Ebola aid workers and journalists were reportedly murdered in a remote village in Guinea in a brutal example of growing distrust locals have of foreigners coming to help stem the mushrooming health crisis. Take a look at common myths about the deadly virus.

Ridiculous 911 calls

Have you ever considered calling 911 because of a massive spider in your house? How about because a McDonald's employee got your order wrong? Take a look at some of the strangest reasons people have recently called 911.

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Biggest data breaches of all time

Home Depot's massive data breach involving 56 million payment cards is among the biggest of all time.

World's busiest airports

Where is the world's busiest airport? The answer may surprise you.

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Evolution of the iPhone

They're here -- the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus officially went on sale Friday. Take a look back at how far this game-changing smartphone has come.

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Celebs react to Scotland's independence vote

Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom -- along with England, Wales and Northern Ireland -- following a historic referendum vote. Take a look at celebrity (both Scottish and not) reactions to the referendum.

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Best ways to start every work day

Morning routines are crucial for work day success, according to some career experts. Take a look at the most important things you should do at the start of every work day.

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On this day: September 19

George Washington says goodbye, America takes nuclear testing underground, Simon & Garfunkel reunite in Central Park, and emoticons are born, all on this day.

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What is your pirate name? Find out here!

Have you ever wondered what your name would be if you were a pirate? Celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day by using our pirate name creator and finding out!

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Worst celebrity drivers

NBA star Dwight Howard's Florida driver's license has been suspended after he failed to pay a ticket for running a red light, Reuters reported. In turns out Howard was ticketed an astonishing 10 times for running red lights in the Orlando area, and received four speeding tickets, 12 citations for…

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Wildfires rage out of control in California

Hundreds of homes have been destroyed by wildfires raging out of control in drought-stricken California. Thousands more are threatened.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer is the latest NFL star to find himself in trouble with the law. Take a look at a list of some of the more prominent NFL athletes who have had legal run-ins.

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America's most foul-mouthed states

Who's got America's biggest potty mouth? The answer may surprise you.

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On this day: September 18

America takes out its first loan, The New York Times and the United States Air Force are born, guitar legend Jimi Hendrix dies, and "The Guiding Light" ends after 72 years, all on this day.

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The world reacts to NFL abuse scandals

The NFL has suffered extensive backlash in their handling of both the Ray Rice domestic abuse and Adrian Peterson child abuse cases. Take a look at reactions to the recent NFL abuse scandals.

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The ultimate first-class perks

In an effort to really make first class "worth it," airlines have started offering passengers everything from on-board apartments (yes, really) to post-boarding limo rentals and private jet access. Here's a look at some of the top first-class perks.

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Celebrities who lost endorsement deals

From Adrian Peterson to Paula Deen, plenty of celebrities have discovered over the years just how fickle endorsement money can be.

Playboy's Top 10 party schools of 2014

Playboy magazine's annual list of party schools is out. Did your alma mater make the list?

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Toys 'R' Us 2014 hot toys list

Not sure what to get your kids for Christmas? Toys 'R' Us has a few ideas.

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15 diseases doctors often get wrong

Sometimes, even doctors get it wrong. Find out which 15 diseases are notoriously difficult to diagnose.

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On this day: September 17

The U.S. Constitution is signed, the Civil War sees the bloodiest battle in American history, the prototype space shuttle Enterprise is unveiled, and the Camp David Accords bring peace between Egypt and Israel, all on this day.

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Timeline: Ray Rice assault case

The Baltimore Ravens cut running back Ray Rice from the team and the NFL suspended him from the league after video surfaced of him knocking out his then-fiancé, now-wife Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City elevator. Take a look at a timeline of events in Rice's assault case.

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Best places to live in 2015

Good schools? Affordability? Lots to do? These best places to live in 2015 have it all.

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History quiz: Autumn begins (usually)

The season changes today!

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Colleges that bring in the highest paycheck

Graduates with bachelor's degrees from certain U.S. colleges earn some of the highest salaries in the country, according to Payscale. Find out which colleges will get you paid the most.

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On this day: September 16

The Pilgrims set sail on the Mayflower, "Jingle Bells" is copyrighted, General Motors is founded, Nixon drops in on "Laugh-In," Hurricane Ivan hits the Gulf Coast, and the federal government bails out AIG, all on this day.

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What to know: Enterovirus

A respiratory virus that has sickened hundreds of kids across the U.S. has parents across the country worried. Take a look at what you need to know about enteroviruses.

Odds of hitting a deer by state

Could you hit a deer in the next 12 months? The odds are higher this year nationally. Find out the chances in your state.

Best & worst cities to buy a used car

Looking for a used car? Find out where you can get the best deal -- and where you should avoid.

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Prince Harry through the years

Happy birthday, Harry! Britain's Prince Harry turned 30 on Monday. Take a look at the prince through the years.

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Miss New York wins Miss America

For the third consecutive year, a New York beauty queen has been crowned Miss America.

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On this day: September 15

New York City falls to the British, tanks make their combat debut, a racially motivated bombing kills four girls at a Birmingham church, and Muhammad Ali scores his last victory, all on this day.

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Salary needed to own a house in 27 cities

Mortgage resource site HSH.com has calculated how much you would need to earn in a year to be able to afford a home in 27 cities around the U.S. See where your city ranks.

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Rock your locker

Show off your sense of style and creativity by decorating your own locker.

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What did he say?! Rob Ford's craziest quotes

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is withdrawing from a re-election bid in the upcoming mayoral race, according to CNN news partner CBC. The controversial mayor was hospitalized this week after the discovery of an abdominal tumor. Take a look at some of this controversial politician's most shocking quotes.

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Most dangerous jobs in America

Spilled coffee ruining your work day? In these jobs, you're lucky to make it out alive.

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What to know: Pistorius verdict

A judge has found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, the South African term for unintentionally -- but unlawfully -- killing a person. It's akin to negligent killing. Sentencing is scheduled to begin Oct. 13.

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What to know: Ebola

Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the first American workers infected with Ebola, has donated blood to another infected doctor in the hopes that antibodies in Brantly's blood will help the second man recover. Learn more about this deadly disease and its symptoms.

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States with the most/least student debt

Nearly 19 percent of people with student loans owe more than $50,000, according to a report from the Federal Reserve, and that number is expected to rise. Take a look at which states' residents have the most and least student debt.

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10 healthiest cities in the world

A truly healthy city makes it easy for residents to adopt a healthful lifestyle, whether it's by providing quality health care, encouraging preventive medicine or reducing air pollution. Check out which cities made the top 10, based on the results of a CNN iReport survey.

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On this day: September 12

John F. Kennedy marries Jackie, "Lassie," "The Monkees," "Bonanza" and "Taxi" all premiere on TV, and The Man in Black dies, all on this day.

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Best James Bond villains

Richard Kiel, the actor best known for playing the James Bond villain "Jaws," in the Roger Moore Bond classics "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker" has died. Take a look at some of the other notable James Bond villains.

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America marks 13th anniversary of 9/11

America pauses to mark the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Smoking in America: Fast facts

The FDA recently proposed rules that call for strict regulation of electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, nicotine gels, water pipe tobacco and hookahs. Currently, the FDA only has regulatory authority over cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and roll-your-own tobacco. Take a look at these facts…

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Pistorius murder trial: 10 things to know

South African athlete Oscar Pistorius was found not guilty Thursday of premeditated murder in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, but the judge may still find him guilt of "culpable homicide." Here's a look at the most compelling information about the case.

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Unforgettable images from 9/11

Look back at some of the many unforgettable images from the day America was attacked on 9/11.

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On this day: September 11

The Beatles record their first single, Pete Rose becomes baseball's all-time hits leader, Kenneth Starr releases his report, and terrorists strike America, all on this day.

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