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U.S. Intelligence concerned ISIS is building a base in Libya

U.S. Intelligence officials have become increasingly concerned that ISIS may be building a fallback base in Libya. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

CNN's Rachel Nichols Is Headed Back To ESPN

Longtime journalist Rachel Nichols is reportedly returning to ESPN to host her own daily show. CNN hired her in 2013 to boost its sports coverage.

Popular San Francisco officer arrested for hit-and-run

Popular San Francisco officer arrested for hit-and-run after 2 pedestrians seriously injured

Shallow Hal Actor Joshua Shintani Dies At The Age Of 32

Joshua Shintani, the actor who strummed the ukulele in the movie ‘Shallow Hal,’ has passed away.

Grand Canyon seeks changes as more visitors use backcountry

Grand Canyon seeks changes to managing backcountry as more hikers, campers use remote areas

White House announces new ISIS adviser

The White House announced Monday new steps in its counter terror campaign, by naming of a new senior adviser to the President -- Robert Malley -- who will focus solely on the anti-ISIS fight.

Juror trouble in ex-NY Assembly speaker trial deliberations

Juror cites conflict as he asks to be dropped from trial of former New York Assembly speaker

Climate 'Changing Vanuatu Forever'

Only a few months after Vanuatu was hit hard by tropical cyclone Pam parts of country are suffering from drought.

Wendy Williams Nearly Spills Out of Her Swimsuit

The talk show host hits the beach and shows off her 50-pound weight loss.

Pope urges peace while visiting C. African Republic mosque

Pope Francis urges peace in historic visit to Central African Republic mosque at end of trip

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Brazil to sue BHP over dam disater

Brazil says it will sue BHP over the waste water dam breach that caused massive flooding throughout the country. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.

How Trump's Big Black Clergy Endorsement Became A Quiet Meeting

The meeting was billed as a huge endorsement announcement but became private after one Trump supporter said there was a "miscommunication."

Florida man convicted of double murder: Feb 11 execution set

Florida man convicted of 1983 killings of 2 people scheduled to be executed in February

Japan Plans To Resume Whale Hunting Despite Controversy

In spring of 2014, the United Nations' International Court of Justice declared Antarctic Ocean whale hunting off limits. Since then, Japan has abided by the restriction, but this year plans to resume whaling missions in the region.

Planned Parenthood sues to keep Missouri clinic's license

Planned Parenthood files lawsuit to block Missouri from revoking Columbia clinic's license

Christie: Trump is wrong, but not 'useful' to 'pile on'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tells CNN's Jamie Gangel that Donald Trump is wrong about Muslim's celebrating in New Jersey on September 11, 2001, but dismisses the idea of "piling on."

Sheriff: Bodies found may be those of missing woman, son

Sheriff: Bodies may be those of missing Deer Lodge woman, son; person of interest in custody

Climate Issues Dividing Rich and Poor

BBC News explains the key points dividing the rich and poor nations in the climate change debate.

AP News Guide: Summit opens debate on ethics of gene editing

AP News Guide: International summit opens debate on the promise, ethics of human gene editing

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NATO calls for calm over downed Russian jet

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg tells CNN's Hala Gorani that all countries need to remain calm amidst rising tensions over the downed Russian jet.

NFL Knee Injuries Outweigh Concussions, But That's Not A Bad Thing

Oddly enough, it seems some NFL players are willing to risk their heads in favor of saving their knees.

4.7 magnitude earthquake among 4 recorded in Oklahoma

4.7 magnitude earthquake among 4 recorded in Oklahoma on Monday; felt into Kansas