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The Number Of Child Brides In Africa Could Reach 310 Million By 2050

UNICEF estimates current social norms and a booming population could cause the number of child brides in Africa to double.

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.

GOP rhetoric on Muslims seen as having little cost

Republicans' strong words on Muslims are seen as having little political cost

Amina Sboui on Her Topless Photo

Tunisian feminist Amina Sboui looks back on the topless photo that made her famous and explains why she decided to publish an such an incendiary image.

Pastor speaks about officer killed in Colorado shooting

Garrett Swasey was one of three people killed in the shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado. The father of two worked as a police officer at the University of Colorado.

Boko Haram claims bombing of Shiite procession in Nigeria

Boko Haram claims suicide bombing of Shiite procession that killed 21 in Nigeria

'Skunk' Pot May Hinder Brain's Ability To Send And Receive Messages

Researchers in Italy and the U.K. have found high-potency marijuana can affect the corpus callosum, the nerves that connect the halves of the brain.

Extremely Rare Bright Orange Monkey Born At Taronga Zoo

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

Carson after camp tour: Absorb Syrian refugees in Mideast

Absorb Syrian refugees in Mideast, Republic candidate Ben Carson says after camp tour

Canadian PM Makes Queen Feel Old

The Queen has joked that she was made to feel old by the new Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, after he spoke of her historic visits to Canada.

Paris suspect met friend in Brussels after attack

The most-wanted man in Europe is said to have stopped off in a cafe in Brussels the day after the killings. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Egypt says 90 percent chance of hidden rooms in Tut tomb

Egypt says 90 percent chance of hidden chambers in King Tut's tomb amid new probe

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Active Shooter Reported At Colorado Planned Parenthood

Local media report a shooter has opened fire at a Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs.

Runaway Pet Pig Refuses Capture, Sends Police On A Chase

Police in Rollingwood, Texas recently found themselves involved in the pursuit of a runaway pig.

Hamstrung by Congress, Obama tries to clinch climate pact

Hamstrung by Congress, GOP opposition, Obama heads to Paris to clinch global climate agreement

Is There a 'Hidden Chamber' in King Tut's Tomb?

The BBC's Orla Guerin reports from King Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor in Egypt as speculation mounts about a hidden chamber inside.

Obama drawing criticism for doubling down on ISIS strategy

White House gets defensive as former Obama defense secretaries take aim

Turkish president says wishes plane downing had not happened

Turkey president says he's saddened by downing of Russian warplane

Supreme Court Halts Native Hawaiians' Election

Justice Kennedy's temporary stay prevents the Native Hawaiian election from moving forward until the full court decides its constitutionality.

Astronomers Observe Massive Black Hole Devouring Star

Not only did astronomers get to follow along as a black hole devoured an entire star, they observed a rather rare occurrence – the existence of conical outflow.

After Paris, US political shift on privacy vs. security

After Paris attacks, US politics shift on government phone data collection; Rubio sees opening

Caught on Camera: Battle Where Lawyer Is Killed

A leading pro-Kurdish lawyer has been shot dead in south-eastern Turkey during a gun battle between police and unidentified gunmen.

Kenya police: 2 Kenyans arrested for spying for Iran

Kenya police: 2 Kenyans arrested for spying and plotting attacks for Iran