• Grandfather: Marysville school shooter hit cousins

    Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting vigil

    Jason Redmond / Reuters

    When a gunman opened fire at students in a school cafeteria in Washington state on Friday, he was not shooting at random targets, his relative said.

    Jaylen Fryberg, who witnesses said gunned down students at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, is the cou...

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    By Chelsea J. Carter, Andreas Preuss and Ben Brumfield CNN
  • Obama hugs Nina Pham

    Larry Downing/Reuters

    To hug or not to hug -- never a question

    To hug or not to hug? That was not a question for President Barack Obama, who invited previously Ebola-stricken nurse Nina Pham to the White House Friday for a visit and a hug in the Oval Office.

  • Ebola

    Centers for Disease Control

    Ebola: Woman isolated in N.J. tests negative

    A preliminary test shows that a health care worker who traveled to West Africa does not have Ebola, New Jersey officials said Saturday. But the unidentified woman will remain in quarantine at a hospital in Newark for at least 21 days under a controve...

  • Operating room, hospital

    Ferre' Dollar/CNN

    Quarantines if you treat Ebola in Africa?

    When doctors risk their lives and sacrifice their livelihoods to go to West Africa and provide desperately needed treatment to those suffering from Ebola, what should be their reward upon coming home?

    Three weeks off, some say -- whether they like it ...

  • Abdul Rahman Peter Kassig

    Family photos/CNN

    Mother of US hostage asks for ISIS response

    The mother of American hostage Abdul Rahman Kassig has sent a tweet appealing for a response from ISIS to the family's pleas for his life.

  • US airstrikes on ISIS

    REUTERS/Shawn Nickel/U.S. Air Force/Handout

    Iraqi forces, Kurds claim gains against ISIS

    Iraqi security forces have regained control of the area of Jurf al-Sakhar, a town south of Baghdad, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said Saturday, as they battle to keep ISIS militants in check.

  • Tehran dust storm 2010

    REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi

    Alleged rapist's killer executed in Iran

    An Iranian woman convicted of murder -- in a killing that human rights groups called self-defense against a rapist -- was hanged Saturday, state news agency IRNA reported.

    Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, was sentenced to death for the 2007 killing of Morteza A...

  • Police lights file

    Lebanese soldiers, militants clash in Tripoli

    Lebanese military forces battled militants in Tripoli on Saturday, leaving as many as 13 soldiers injured and one civilian dead, state media reported.

    An officer was among the soldiers hurt in the clashes in the nation's second-largest city, accordin...

  • Nathan Cirillo Canada shooting victim

    Canadian Armed Forces/Reuters

    Woman recalls last words spoken to slain Canadian soldier

    Thousands lined the streets on Friday as the body of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo began its final journey home.

  • Israel Gaza West Bank

    CNN

    U.S.: Palestinian-American killed by IDF

    A Palestinian-American minor has been killed by the Israel Defense Forces, according to the U.S. State Department.

    According to a press release from the State Department, the individual was killed Friday during clashes in Silwad, a town in the West Ba...

  • Ebola virus in black and white

    Centers for Disease Control

    Ebola outbreak: Get up to speed

    A doctor in New York City tests positive for Ebola. The European Union pledges more funds to fight the deadly virus. And a military response team begins training.

  • Hannah Graham

    UVA student Hannah Graham's remains ID'ed

    Human remains discovered last weekend in Albemarle County, Virginia, belong to University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, authorities said Friday.

    Graham, 18, went missing before dawn on September 13 after being last spotted on several surveillance...

  • Ebola vaccine shot

    NIH

    Ebola: Millions of doses of vaccines planned

    As the world reels from its deadliest Ebola outbreak, health experts are fast-tracking tests for various vaccines, and hope to have millions of experimental doses by next year.

    There is currently no cure or vaccine for Ebola, which continues to spread...

  • Sinai Desert

    CNN Image

    Police: At least 27 killed in terror attack

    At least 27 Egyptian security personnel were killed in a car bombing in the country's Sinai region, according to the Egyptian state media agency Al-Ahram.

    At least 28 other people were injured in the attack, which took place at a checkpoint in Karam a...

  • Fracking

    Adam Fenster / Reuters

    Is the U.S. holding too much oil in reserve?

    Does America have too much oil in its reserves?

    Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon fired off a letter this week asking the Department of Energy to study the "size and make-up" of the U.S.' Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

    It comes fresh on the heels of a report o...

  • Mark Zuckerberg

    Mason Cohn/CNNMoney

    Can Facebook live up to the hype?

    Speaking solely in Mandarin in front of a Chinese audience was probably really hard for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

    But satisfying Wall Street's extremely high expectations for his company when Facebook reports its third quarter results on Tuesday ...

  • New York Stock Exchange trading

    Mark Blinch/Reuters

    The Ebola stocks: Effect of an outbreak

    Ebola anxiety is running high.

    Some people have considered canceling visits to big theme parks and worry if airports and public areas are safe zones.

    It's no wonder that investors are assessing Ebola's impact on the economy. Stocks of companies that m...

  • Bellevue Hospital in New York

    CNN

    NYC tabloids keep a straight face on Ebola

    New York City's tabloids are known for headlines like "Headless Body In Topless Bar," "Ford to City: Drop Dead and "Derek Eater." But they played it straight when it was time to report that Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for Ebola Thursday night.

  • Police officer stands guard, Ottawa, Canada shootings

    Blair Gable/Reuters

    Canadian shooting: What we know

    A day after a gunman killed an army reservist in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, many questions remain.

    Why did he shoot? Why did he target Nathan Cirillo? Is he connected to the militant group ISIS? Here's a list of what we know -- and don't know --...

  • Gisele Bundchen

    Benoit Tessier/Reuters

    Gisele Bundchen slammed again on parenting

    When did it become a crime to admit that you -- as a parent -- put yourself first?

    Sure, supermodel Gisele Bundchen's haters are ready to pounce no matter what the gorgeous, successful, wealthy wife of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has to...

  • Constantine

    From NBC

    'Constantine' adds to TV's comic-book trend

    Stop me if you've heard this one before.

    A TV series based on a comic book series premieres Friday.

    There have been a lot of them lately, from "Gotham" to "The Flash" (and of course the ratings juggernaut "The Walking Dead"). They've done quite well th...

  • Paddypower

    REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

    Can the web predict the future?

    Ever since two men first laid a bet on two flies climbing up a cave wall, gambling has struck at the core of the human condition: the future is uncertain.

    And while games of chance like dice and cards have been with us for centuries, bar room wagers o...

  • Dearborn Mich firebomber

    WDIV, Police handout

    Suburban Detroit family home firebombed

    Linda Bazzi awoke in the middle of the night and found her two-story home unusually warm.

    Her husband investigated and found no ordinary fire downstairs.

    Their suburban Detroit house was firebombed about 1 a.m. Wednesday. Their outdoor surveillance cam...

  • Sayre OK missing people

    KFOR

    Cold cases solved: Oklahoma remains ID'd

    A decades-old mystery that captivated Oklahoma has been solved after officials confirmed the identities of two groups of people -- some of them teens -- who went missing in 1969 and 1970.

    The first crack in the cold cases came when police in the tiny ...

  • Zale Thompson, NYPD hatchet

    Oxnard Police Department

    Police: Hatchet attack an act of terror

    A broad-daylight hatchet assault on a group of New York police officers -- leaving one critically injured with a head wound -- was carried out by a self-radicalized convert to Islam in what officials Friday termed a terrorist attack.

    Officer Kenneth ...

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