• Community College of Philadelphia on lockdown

    Philadelphia Community College on lockdown

    KYW via CNN

    The Community College of Philadelphia was on lockdown Tuesday morning after police received a report that a man pulled a gun on a student.

    A suspect in the case was later apprehended, Tanya Little of the Philadelphia Police Department said shortly bef...

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    By Jason Hanna and Lawrence Crook III CNN
  • Another Russian jet

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    NATO slams Russian violation of Turkish airspace

    Russian involvement in the 4½-year-old Syrian civil war seems to be escalating, with NATO's secretary general confirming Tuesday a second incursion by Russian planes into Turkish airspace and saying Russian ground troops were in Syria as well.


  • Mom led to pet relief room to pump breast milk


    Mom led to airport pet relief area to pump breast milk

    A Massachusetts mother is outraged that she was led to an airport pet relief room after she asked for an area where she could pump breast milk

  • Yemen locator map


    Attack on Yemen hotel housing officials

    Explosions rocked a southern Yemeni hotel that houses members of deposed President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi's government, officials said, in a deadly attack Tuesday that drew conflicting accounts about the weapons used and who was behind it.

    At least 15...

  • Fantasy sports

    From IBM via CNN

    Fantasy sports giants ban employees from games over cheating concerns

    Two of the biggest companies in the $1.5 billion business of fantasy sports, DraftKings and FanDuel, have banned employees from playing fantasy games for money amid claims that a worker may have used insider information to win a six-figure prize.

    The ...

  • Gen John Campbell


    US Gen.: We need new Afghanistan plan

    The top commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan said Tuesday he needs to adjust troop level recommendations because of recent developments in that country.

  • MSF bombing 2


    Collateral damage: Mistaken US bombings

    New details are emerging about the deadly U.S. bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan in what the charity has called a "war crime."

  • BP logo

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    BP settles final Gulf oil spill claims for $20 billion

    Oil giant BP will pay out more than $20 billion to settle claims against it for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010.

    The deal, announced by the U.S. Department of Justice on Monday, is the largest settlement with a single entity in the department'...

  • Snowden snapshot

    Human Rights Watch

    Snowden: 'I've volunteered to go to prison'

    Edward Snowden says he's offered "many times" to go to prison in the United States as part of a deal to return from exile in Russia but is still waiting for an answer from the American government.

    The former National Security Agency contractor who lea...

  • Floods sc

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    South Carolina flooding: dams breached

    The rain may have stopped, but South Carolina is grappling with a host of new concerns: Dam breaks. Billions of dollars in damage. And rivers that still haven't crested yet.

    Here's the latest on the mammoth flooding tormenting the region:

    Dam breaks


  • Faro screen shot

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    Coast Guard: El Faro ship lost propulsion

    The missing container ship El Faro lost propulsion and was disabled at sea, a Coast Guard official said Tuesday, leaving it floundering in the path of Hurricane Joaquin.

    The U.S. Coast Guard has concluded that El Faro, which was carrying 28 Americans...

  • American Airlines

    Derek Davis/CNN

    Pilot dies during American Airlines flight

    Medical emergencies are rare, but hardly unprecedented in commercial flights.

    It's far less common when they involve the plane's pilot -- and that pilot dies.

    That's what happened Monday on an American Airlines flight between Phoenix and Boston.


  • Nobel logo

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    Scientists from Japan, Canada win physics Nobel

    Two scientists have won the Nobel Prize in Physics for their groundbreaking work showing that neutrinos -- electrically neutral subatomic particles -- have mass, contrary to what had been thought.

    The prize was awarded to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. ...

  • Facebook Lite easy app

    From Facebook

    Europe cracks down on U.S. tech with data ruling

    Facebook and other big tech companies have just lost big time in Europe.

    They might soon be forced to radically change the way they deal with user data after the European Union's top court ruled Tuesday that they can't simply hand it over to U.S. aut...

  • Gay male couple

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    County seeks grace from God over gay marriage

    They say it's better to ask for forgiveness than permission. Tonight, a Tennessee county wants to do just that.

    The Blount County Commission has a full agenda planned at its meeting tonight: Deal with budget issues. Restructure committees. Approve a ...

  • Comcast

    For $5, this company will cut ties with Comcast for you

    Not excited about wasting hours to cancel your Comcast contract? Outsource it for $5!

    Airpaper, a new Oakland-based company, promises to take all the hassle off your hands.

    It's simple: Users pay $5, fill out an online form, and Airpaper will send a p...

  • McMuffin

    From McDonald's via CNN

    Here comes McDonald's all-day breakfast

    The new CEO of McDonald's is making big changes to try to boost the chain's stagnant sales. His boldest move yet starts Tuesday: all-day breakfast.

    It's harder than it sounds.

    McDonald's started testing all-day breakfast in a few places in March. To go...

  • Guatemala landslide recovery


    Guatemala landslide death toll rises to 161

    The death toll from a massive landslide that covered much of a small village in Guatemala continues to rise.

    By Tuesday, rescuers recovered the bodies of 161 residents of El Cambray, about 10 miles (16 kilometers) east of Guatemala city.

    Many more ar...

  • Trump cap


    Top Romney hand: Trump will be out by Iowa

    The top strategist to 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney doesn't think 2016 front-runner Donald Trump will even be in the race when the first votes are cast.

    Stuart Stevens, an unaligned strategist who spearheaded Romney's successful bid...

  • Graham announce


    Graham opposed Sandy aid but wants help in S.C.

    Sen. Lindsey Graham is asking for federal aid for his home state of South Carolina as it battles raging floods, but he voted to oppose similar help for New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2013.

    "Let's just get through this thing, and wha...

  • Trump hand podium


    Trump dismissed extreme weather weeks before S.C. floods

    Donald Trump sent out prayers to those affected by the deadly flooding in South Carolina on Monday, just weeks after telling voters people aren't hurt from extreme weather.

    As of Monday night, there have been a total of 13 storm related deaths in Sout...

  • Typhoon damage China

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    11 dead after typhoon, tornadoes hit China

    At least 11 people have been killed and four others are missing after an unexpectedly strong typhoon slammed into the southern coast of China, unleashing deadly tornadoes in the region, state media reported.

    Typhoon Mujigae gained power quickly before...

  • Africa internet facebook

    Eutelsat via CNN

    Facebook to beam free internet to Africa

    Facebook is one step closer to finally beaming Internet down from space.

    The social network is teaming up with the French satellite company Eutelsat to launch a satellite that will provide internet access to people in sub-Saharan Africa. The satellit...

  • CNN green card

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    Immigrants protest green card mixup with flowers

    The Department of Homeland Security is being showered with flower deliveries, a very peaceful protest over a major snafu that has left thousands of immigrants in limbo.

    The problem began on September 9 when many immigrants checked the State Departmen...

  • President Barack Obama, Oct. 2, 2015

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    Obama to visit Roseburg in wake of shooting

    President Barack Obama will visit Roseburg, Oregon, Friday following the mass shooting at an Oregon community college last week that killed 10 people, including the shooter, according to a White House official.


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