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Hillary Clinton singing 'we shall overcome'

Hillary Clinton singing at the National Bar Association's 60th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott

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Sonos, Apple Music Launching Beta Service

Smart-home entertainment company Sonos announced a partnership with Apple that will let users stream from Apple Music.

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Demand for farm loans surges amid low crop, cattle prices

Demand for agriculture loans surges amid low crop, cattle prices that have slashed farm income

Mark Zuckerberg Plans To Give Away 99% Of His Facebook Stock

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have pledged to give away 99% of their Facebook shares, currently valued at roughly $45 billion.

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Defense chief: US expanding special operations force in Iraq

Defense chief: US expanding special operations force in Iraq to combat Islamic State militants

Mark Zuckerberg announces baby's birth, major initiative

Mark Zuckerberg announces the birth of his daughter along with a major children's initiative on Facebook. CNN's Paul La Monica reports.

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The Latest: Illinois attorney general asks for federal probe

The Latest: State attorney general wants federal investigation into Chicago police practices

Migrants Stranded at Greek Border

Macedonia has become the latest country to restrict the flow of migrants entering the country, erecting a fence on its border with Greece.

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Zendaya Coleman "Understands" How Child Star Like Miley Cyrus Act Out

Zendaya Coleman says she completely understands Miley Cyrus's crazy antics, but vows to never have her own Miley Moment.

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New arrest in Paris attacks linked to apartment raid

New arrest in Paris attacks linked to apartment raid that killed suspected planner

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Giving birth in the U.S. is more dangerous you think

The mortality rate for American mothers has more than doubled in the past 25 years. Kelly Wallace explains why.

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Is Adding Tech A Smart Move For Traditional Watchmakers?

Swatch is the latest Swiss watchmaker to offer high-tech features to compete with ballooning smartwatch sales.

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The Latest on Freddie Gray: Jury selection in officer trial

The Latest: Jury selection in its 2nd day for officer's trial over death of Freddie Gray

Japanese Have Brilliant Idea To Protect Turtles From Dying On Rail Tracks

West Japan Railways, with help from the Suma Aqualife Park, has installed trenches under the tracks near railway switches so crossing turtles can safely cross without accidentally getting killed; the system also helps to prevent disruptions in service.

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Iowa lawmaker supports executing some felons in US illegally

Iowa lawmaker draws criticism for support of executions for some immigrant felons

Britain set to debate joining airstrikes in Syria

British lawmakers debate with CNN's Hala Gorani the upcoming vote in parliament that could lead to the UK joining the airstrikes in Syria against ISIS.

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Officer: Man kicked in head was alert, belligerent afterward

Police supervisor says man kicked in head by Delaware officer was alert, belligerent afterward

Introducing MC Pope Francis

How Twitter turned the Pope into a rap star

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Khloe Kardashian Reveals She Had A One Night Stand in Australia

Khloe Kardashian does not follow the rule of don’t kiss and tell. In fact she’s telling ALL! The reality revealed she had a one night stand in Australia.

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Mexico experts: passageway may lead to Aztec ruler's tomb

Mexico experts find passageway that may lead to Aztec ruler's tomb

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AirAsia crash report: Series of technical failures

Investigators blame a series of technical failures and human errors for the crash of AirAsia flight 8501 in a new report. CNN's Mary Schiavo explains.

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The Broad, Warrantless Reach Of National Security Letters

New court documents from one ISP's ordeal reveal just how much information the government can demand by issuing a National Security Letter.

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Officer says he told boy to show hands before fatal shots

Cleveland officer says he repeatedly told boy with pellet gun to show hands before fatal shots