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Challenges of achieving climate consensus

Ruth Davis of Greenpeace International discusses some the issues on the table at the COP21 climate change conference in Paris.

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A Spoonful Of Sugar May Help The Workout Go Down

A spoonful of sugar may help make your workout a bit easier.

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Police officer shot, killed during call; suspect sought

Police officer shot, killed during domestic dispute call; 'manhunt' underway for suspect

Scientists Puzzled Over Sea Otter Deaths In Alaska

Scientists continue to be puzzled over the spike in sea otter deaths and illness observed around Alaska’s Kachemak Bay; no definitive answer has yet been found despite extensive testing.

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Carson after tour: Syrian refugees don't want to come to US

After camp tour, Republican Ben Carson says Syrian refugees don't want to come to US

Kenyan government links terrorism suspects to Iran

Police in Kenya say they have thwarted a terror plot and arrested two would-be attackers. CNN's Robyn Kriel reports.

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Officer killed in Colorado was co-pastor, figure skater

Officer killed in Colorado recalled for his faith, service; was a co-pastor, figure skater

Religious Clashes in CAR

As Pope Francis visits the Central African Republic, the country is in the midst of conflict, with society divided between enclaves of Christians and Muslims, clashing daily.

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Turkey says pilot's body to be flown back to Russia

Turkey says it has taken delivery of Russian pilot's body, will be flown to Russia

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Pope Francis to visit active war zone in Africa

CNN's Robyn Kriel reports on security concerns as Pope Francis visits a conflict zone during a trip to the Central African Republic.

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Despite AIDS Research And Education, Some Myths Still Remain

Researchers have shared more information about HIV/AIDs than ever before and yet, some people still believe old myths.

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What's known about suspect in Planned Parenthood shooting

Questions and answers about the suspect in Planned Parenthood shooting

Extremely Rare Bright Orange Monkey Born At Taronga Zoo

A rare monkey was recently born at Australia’s Taronga Zoo.

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Olene Walker, Utah's first female governor, dies at 85

Olene Walker, first woman to serve as Utah governor, dies at 85

Historic exhibit for American photographer in Cuba

One of the best known living photojournalists in the world has an exhibit in Cuba, the first for any U.S. photographer since the revolution.

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Planned Parenthood under fire literally and figuratively

Planned Parenthood attack highlights history of violence and also renewed criticism

Radiation Scan for Babies in Fukushima

A new radiation scanner has been developed for babies in order to reassure Fukushima families affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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Syrian opposition: Dozens killed, wounded in Russian strikes

Syrian opposition: Dozens killed, wounded in Russian airstrikes on northern rebel-held town

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Priest helps stoke hope in former gang members

Father Gregory Boyle has been on a 30-year mission to curb gang violence and not only save lives, but turn them around. CNN's Poppy Harlow reports.

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Protests In Turkey After Pro-Kurdish Lawyer Killed In Shootout

Tahir Elci was shot and killed while speaking out against the violence between Kurdish groups and the Turkish government.

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Official: Clinic suspect made 'no more baby parts' comment

Official: Reclusive Colorado clinic suspect made 'no more baby parts' comment after arrest