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Samantha Bee: The lone woman in late night

The host of "Full Frontal" says: "It's not like we sit around and high-five each other and go, 'Look at what feminists we are!' We're just creating a show that we would want to watch."

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Florida Pooch Plays Police Officer, Hops Into Open Cruiser

A dog jumped into an open police car in Florida while the officer was sitting inside writing a police report.

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Storm-battered cruise ship returning to homeport

A cruise ship is returning early to its New Jersey homeport after it was battered by a major storm

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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Medical Marijuana Might Be Legalized In Australia Really Soon

A new amendment in Australia would legalize medical marijuana there, though each state could decide whether or not to comply.

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Compton Shooting Claims Life Of 1-Year-Old Girl While She Was In Her Crib

A Tuesday night shooting in Compton, California claimed the life of a 1-year-old girl.

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EU and Britain have big differences over 'ever closer union'

For Britain and the European Union, they are words that expose big philosophical differences: 'Ever closer union.'

Syria opposition: U.S. approach 'is not working'

A week after Syria peace talks collapsed, to be postponed, almost as soon as they started, Christiane Amanpour speaks with Khaled Khoja, president of the Syrian National Coalition.

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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

Hunt for Third German Train Black Box

German police have rejected as speculation a report that a line controller turned off an automatic safety

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Egypt's red carpet controversy

A four kilometer long, red carpet was used by Egyptian President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi's motorcade as he dedicated a housing complex for the poor. CNN's Ian Lee reports.

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Flint Water Contamination Could Lead To Manslaughter Charges

If the investigation finds a link, officials could be charged with involuntary manslaughter.

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The Latest: 2 deputies wounded, suspect killed in shootout

Two sheriff's deputies in northeastern Maryland are wounded and another person is dead after authorities say shots were exchanged in and around a shopping center

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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Severe Drought Has Zimbabwe Seeking $1.6B To Feed Millions

Zimbabwe estimates about 3 million people don't have enough to eat because the drought decimated harvests there.

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Study: Climate Change To Make Some Flights Longer

A recently published study has found that flight times will get significantly longer on westbound transatlantic flights and shorter on eastbound journeys due to climate change.

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In Illinois, Obama to plead for a unity that's eluded him

President Barack Obama is returning to Illinois' capital at the twilight of his political career, pleading once again for the type of national unity that has eluded him as president

2015: Are journalists safe in Mexico?

After the shooting death of photojournalist Ruben Espinosa, CNN's Rafael Romo examines the dangers journalists face in Mexico.

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Omaha man pleads guilty to killing mother, half brother

A 25-year-old Omaha man has pleaded guilty to killing his mother and his 4-year-old half brother to avoid the death penalty

Apprenticeships Boost the Workforce

Germany has Europe's lowest rates of youth unemployment, partly because of its traditional apprenticeship system, which allows young Germans who don't go to university to train and qualify in companies.

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APNewsBreak: Kenya athletes allege doping bribery

APNewsBreak: Two Kenyan athletes banned for doping at the 2015 world championships tell The Associated Press that the chief executive of Athletics Kenya solicited a US $48,000 bribe to reduce their 4-year suspensions