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U.S. Department of Justice suing Ferguson

Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the U.S. Justice Department is suing Ferguson, Missouri, alleging a pattern and practice of unconstitutional police conduct in the city.

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The GOP 'Establishment' Still Doesn't Have Its Guy

With Chris Christie set to drop out, things are getting clearer but are far from set.

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FBI says it has surrounded last occupiers at Oregon refuge

The last few occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge say they have been surrounded by authorities

Man loses it during flight, urinates on fellow passenger

A man aboard a flight headed to Paris allegedly urinated on a fellow passenger. It was supposedly because he wasn't allowed to smoke or drink mid-air. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Valentine's Day Is Such Garbage In Lebanon

Lebanon's government hasn't found a solution for the country's ongoing garbage problem. Cue the clowns.

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Born At 10 Ounces, One Of The World's Smallest Babies Cleared To Go Home

After nearly 5 months in the hospital, a girl who was born weighing only 10 ounces was cleared to go home.

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Next up for the GOP presidential candidates: South Carolina

The Republican presidential nominating has moved into the South, where seven states _ Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas _ will anchor the Super Tuesday primaries on March 1

Ted Cruz spokesman: Trump's bid a 'Seinfeld candidacy'

Ted Cruz spokesman Rick Tyler blasts Donald Trump's bid for the presidency as a 'Seinfeld candidacy' while speaking with CNN's Erin Burnett.

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Prosecutor: Ex-LA sheriff to plead guilty in corruption case

Federal prosecutors say former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca has agreed to plead guilty to lying during a federal probe of corruption at the jails he ran

Battle of Hong Kong's Street Food Hawkers

The BBC talks to vendors in Mong Kok after clashes following an operation to clear unlicensed street food stalls.

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Seoul: N. Korean leader Kim had his military chief executed

South Korea says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had his military chief executed for corruption

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Bernie Sanders courts black vote before South Carolina

Following his victory in the New Hampshire primary, Bernie Sanders has been reaching out to African American leaders in advance of the South Carolina primary. CNN's Joe Johns reports.

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DOJ Sues Ferguson, Missouri, For Denying Justice System Overhaul

The Department of Justice is suing the city of Ferguson, Missouri, after its city council voted to reject an overhaul of its criminal justice system.

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Key events in the occupation of the Oregon wildlife refuge

Here is timeline of events in the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon: - Jan. 2, 2016: A protest takes place in Burns, Oregon, amid mounting tension over prison sentences for two local ranchers

Earth didn't score 100% on index that predicts likelihood of life

Astronomers are creating an index that is intended to predict the likelihood of life on alien planets. So how did Earth do? Not 100% but here we are. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Hundreds Of Galaxies Were Hiding Behind The Milky Way

Scientists used a radio telescope and an "innovative receiver" to see the hidden galaxies.

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Scientists Expected To Announce Discovery Of Gravitational Waves

The scientific community is speculating that a special talk scheduled for February 11th could confirm the existence of gravitational waves.

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John Kasich: I'm not going to let rivals 'pound on me'

Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich talks with CNN's Jamie Gangel about his campaign's odds heading into South Carolina.

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School bus, car collide in Riverside County, injuring 22

Authorities say a school bus and a car have collided in Riverside County, injuring 22 people

Syrian Rebels: 'The West Has Abandoned Us'

A senior Syrian rebel commander inside Aleppo tells the BBC that his fighters felt abandoned by countries such as Britain and the United States.

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Dakota Johnson Is "50 Shades" of Hot

The "Fifty Shades of Grey" actress is giving us sexiness overload in her latest photo spread for "Marie Claire" magazine.

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S. Korea to halt work at joint industrial park with N. Korea

South Korea says it will suspend operations at a joint industrial park with North Korea in response to the North's recent rocket launch, the first time in the park's decade of operation that Seoul has halted work there