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2.9 aftershock at 8:30 p.m.

The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 2.9 quake at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday after a 3.7 earthquake hit in the same area near San Jacinto at 7:38 p.m..


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  • 5 Things about the celeb nude photo scandal

    Jennifer Lawrence, 2014 Oscars

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    A hacker's invasion of dozens of celebrity iCloud accounts, leading to the embarrassing leaking of nude photos, has lessons for us all. Here are five things you should know about what happened.

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    By Alan Duke CNN
  • Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller, Jeffrey Fowle


    How North Korea may be using U.S. detainees

    The setup was bizarre.

    North Korean officials whisked a CNN team away in a van, purportedly to go meet with a high-ranking government official.

    Hours later, they arrived in the capital and were presented with three Americans held captive in the reclu...

  • driver's hand on car steering wheel

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    DMV says no makeup for license; boy sues

    The mother of a 16-year-old filed a federal lawsuit against the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles on Tuesday claiming her son was sexually discriminated against when he was forced to remove his facial makeup for a driver's license photo.

  • Teen correctional facility escape


    7 teens who escaped Tenn. center still free

    Authorities near Nashville were still searching Tuesday for teenagers who escaped a detention center the night before.

    Thirty-two teens escaped from the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center late Monday, Tennessee Department of Children's Services s...

  • President Barack Obama Afghanistan troop withdrawal

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    Obama OKs more troops to Iraq

    U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday authorized additional troops be deployed to Iraq to protect American diplomatic facilities and personnel in Baghdad.

    The 350 troops are being sent at the request of the U.S. Department of State to beef up securit...

  • Kent Brantly, wife

    REUTERS/Tami Chappell

    Ebola victim: 'Felt like I was about to die'

    Dr. Kent Brantly had stared death in the face many times, doing all he could against frightful odds to save Ebola victims in West Africa.

    Until death stared back.

  • Barack Obama

    Jason Reed/Reuters

    ISIS puts pressure on Obama to act

    If nothing else, the latest ISIS act of barbarism brought a quick political consensus, and added pressure on President Barack Obama: Caution in the face of repugnant horror just won't do.

  • Girl with uzi kills instructor

    Family of girl who shot instructor devastated

    The family of a 9-year-old girl who accidentally shot and killed an Arizona instructor with an Uzi is "devastated" and asking for privacy, according to a statement from a family lawyer.

    "Words cannot express the family's sadness about the accidental s...

  • Bob McDonnell

    Paul Courson/CNN

    Jury gets case of former Virginia governor

    It had all the elements of a soap opera. A broken marriage. Alleged influence peddling. Courtroom drama.

  • Steven Sotloff in Egypt

    ISIS video purports to show beheading of 2nd US journalist

    The ISIS terror group has published a video titled "A second message to America" that purportedly shows the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.

  • Steven Sotloff with sheep

    Sotloff friends praise his talent, passion

    When freelance journalist Steven Sotloff disappeared during a reporting trip to Syria in August 2013, his family kept the news a secret. Families of hostages are frequently advised to do this by security firms.

    The abduction of Sotloff, who was behea...

  • Hugo Chavez


    The Lord's Prayer becomes the 'Chavez Prayer'

    A member of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela and follower of Hugo Chavez is raising eyebrows for changing the words of the Lord's Prayer as a way to honor the late president.

  • Doctors Without Borders treating Ebola outbreak, Guinea

    From Doctors Without Borders

    Mission group: Another US doctor has Ebola

    The Ebola outbreak is much worse than official figures show and is "spiraling out of control," a leading U.S. official said Tuesday -- due in part, he said, to some countries that inadvertently have made it harder to corral the deadly disease.


  • court room


    Jury deliberating on ex-Blackwater workers

    Ali Abdul Razzaq's life in Iraq was still getting started when a bullet to the head killed the 9-year-old. Ahmad Rubaie was studying to become a doctor when his life ended.

    They were just two of a group of unarmed Iraqi civilians who died when four f...

  • Steven Joel Sotloff


    Apparent ISIS executioner: 'I'm back, Obama'

    The similarities are striking.

    An American journalist kneels in the desert, dressed in an orange prison-style jumpsuit. A masked "executioner" lords over him, wielding a knife.

    The journalist speaks; the executioner speaks.

    And then the horrific happens...

  • Ahmed Abdi Godane aka Mukhtar Abu Zubayr


    Leader aims to extend Al-Shabaab's reach

    He is merciless toward opponents, secretive to the point of being a recluse and a true believer in the cause of global jihad.

    And from his hideout somewhere in southern Somalia, Mukhtar Abu Zubayr, the emir of Al-Shabaab, has planned numerous terror ...

  • glenn beck blurb ibp2


    Beck: Hillary Clinton will be next president

    Glenn Beck may not want to vote for Hillary Clinton, but he is convinced that she will win the presidency in 2016.

  • Al-Shabaab fighters

    Feisal Omar/Reuters

    Did U.S. attack kill Al-Shabaab leader?

    The U.S. military went into Somalia with one goal in mind: Kill Ahmed Abdi Godane, the leader of Al-Shabaab.

    One day later, Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby said flatly, "We certainly believe that we hit what we were aiming at."

    What he did not ...

  • Stock market traders

    Emmanuel Tambakakis/CNN

    Morgan Stanley predicts stock market surge

    Worried about a stock market bubble? Morgan Stanley sure isn't.

  • Computer user with mouse and keyboard

    iStock / DOConnell

    Cybersecurity stocks pop. Thank the hackers

    Call it the "Jennifer Lawrence stock rally".

  • Donetsk, Ukraine damage

    Raja Razek/CNN

    Misery in Ukraine as conflict hits civilians

    In the city of Donetsk, the devastation wrought by weeks of fighting between pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian forces is all too apparent.

  • Jim Irsay Colts owner arrested

    Hamilton County Jail

    Colts owner Jim Irsay pleads guilty to DUI

    In a time when the NFL has come under scrutiny about how it punishes its players, players and fans were monitoring Tuesday how Commissioner Roger Goodell might punish one of his own bosses: an NFL team owner.

    Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay pleaded...

  • Paycheck, check, payroll


    L.A. mayor calls for $13.25 minimum wage

    The push for a higher minimum wage picked up momentum Monday when the mayor of the nation's second largest city called for an increase to $13.25 by 2017.

  • Bullet, gun ammunition


    Gun violence costs taxpayers $500 million

    Gunshot wounds are costing the American taxpayer half a billion dollars a year, according to a study from the Urban Institute.

  • Closeup of dollar bill, money, George Washington

    Trish Parisy/SXC

    The U.S. dollar is super strong now

    You go, greenback! The U.S. dollar is mightier than it has been in more than a year.


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