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Obama’s SOTU Message: ‘Tonight, We Turn The Page’

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

According to excerpts released by the White House in advance of the address, Obama will emphasize “middle class economics.”

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Report: 11 Patriots Footballs Were Underinflated

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

ESPN quotes NFL sources as saying 11 of the 12 football used by New England in its win over Indianapolis were underinflated by two pounds apiece.

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8 Things You Might Not Know About the State of the Union

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Some SOTU knowledge you can drop on your fellow Americans before the speech tonight.

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1 Shot at Boston Hospital; 1 in Custody: Police

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

At least one person was shot at a hospital in Boston on Tuesday afternoon, and one person is in custody, a senior police spokesperson told NBC News.

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Mutant Ebola Virus May Evade Drugs, Study Finds

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The Ebola virus strain that’s killed more than 8,600 people is mutating in a way that could make experimental drugs less likely to help.

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Supreme Court Rules For Bearded Muslim Inmate

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The Supreme Court has tossed out Arkansas’ rule barring inmates from growing beards longer than a quarter of an inch long.

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Muslim Who Saved 7 Jews in Paris Attack to Become French

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Lassana Bathily from Mali was working at a Hyper Cacher on January 9 when it was attacked by Islamist gunman Amedy Coulibaly.

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Search Continues for Missing Family in Mansion Fire

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Six members of a family were unaccounted after a fierce fire Monday reduced the multimillion-dollar Annapolis mansion to a scorched stone framework.

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U.S. Dad Disappears for a Year in Yemen’s Justice System

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

An American father of three detained in Yemen since 2010 hasn’t been seen in court for almost a year, according to his wife and lawyer.

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Muslim Who Saved Jews in Attack Gets French Citizenship

January 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Lassana Bathily from Mali was working at a Hyper Cacher on January 9 when it was attacked by Islamist gunman Amedy Coulibaly.

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  • Update on Congo violence: Envoys call for restraint, timely electoral process January 22, 2015
    Editor's Note: The Enough Project is deeply concerned about the violence occurring in Kinshasa, Goma, and other cities in Congo. Today, the Team of International Envoys for the Great Lakes region (comprised of UN Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Said Djinnit, UN Special Representative and Head of MONUSCO Martin Kobler, AU Special Representative for the […]

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  • I Am Because We Are Update January 14, 2015
    In 2008, Madonna embarked on a journey to document the experiences of orphans in Malawi, where an estimated one million children had lost parents to HIV/AIDS. I Am Because We Are (IABWA) shared the story of eight orphans, their challenges with adjusting to life without parents, and dreams for the future. Since the conclusion of the film, Raising Malawi has p […]

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  • AC360 has a brand new blog! January 3, 2015
    You may have noticed some big changes around CNN.com. That means Anderson Cooper 360 has a slick new on-line look. Click here to check out our new blog, it's your hub for all things AC360. You can watch and share the latest stories from the show. You can go behind the scenes with Anderson and the team. […] […]
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