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Source: France is investigating public transit workers

Intelligence services in France are investigating Islamist radicalization among public transport employees, a source says. CNN's Clarissa Ward reports.

What The Warriors' Streak Means For Their Finals Chances

The Golden State Warriors will look to set an NBA record with 16 straight season opening wins. But regular season records don't always mean titles.

Group raised suspicions before 5 were shot at police protest

Small group raised suspicions at police protest before gunfire erupted and 5 people were shot

8-Year-Old Battling Rare Breast Cancer

An 8-year-old in Utah has been diagnosed with secretory carcinoma, a breast cancer that’s rare among adult women, and unheard of in girls of that age.

Trump's family joins him on South Carolina campaign

Donald Trump's wife, children campaign with him a rally in South Carolina

Race & Reality in America

A new CNN and Kaiser Family Foundation poll reveals how Americans feel about racism, and how segregated we really are.

Officer charged with murder in teen's death; video released

White Chicago police officer charged with murder in shooting of black teen; video is released

Hong Kong's Slipper Business Revamped

Hand embroidered slippers are one of the few remaining traditional Hong Kong manufacturing trades - and they are getting a revamp.

The Latest: : Islamist jailed in France raid

The Latest: Ultra-orthodox Islamist jailed following raid in France's Pyrennes region.

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Police release video of Chicago police shooting

Chicago police have released dashcam video showing the 2014 shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. CNN's Rosa Flores reports.

The Problems With The Sun's ISIS Sympathizer Statistics

Some are questioning the British newspaper's polling methods after The Sun suggested 19 percent of British Muslims sympathize with ISIS supporters.

Expert: 20 percent of Islamic State converts were Christian

Terrorism expert says about 20 percent of Islamic State recruits are from Christian families

Paul Krugman Tried To Lighten Terrorism Column With Cat Pic

Renowned economist Paul Krugman’s recent New York Times column on terrorism has been getting extra attention because he decided to include a humorously doctored image of a white cat sitting amongst the president and senior White House officials as they watched the raid on Osama bin Laden.

New Jersey's Chris Christie: Obama 'naive' on IS threat

NJ Gov. Christie brands Obama 'naive' on IS group threat, defends stance on Syrian refugees

Why so many female meteorologists have this $23 dress

Why are TV meteorologists all wearing the same dress on air? CNN's Jeanne Moos addresses the mystery of "The Dress."

6 Denver deputies on restricted duty after jail inmate dies

6 deputies in troubled Denver sheriff's department on restricted duty after jail inmate dies

Cafe Perks Up Rundown Area

How one small business has helped transform the fortunes of a downtown district in Budapest, Hungary.

Under Iraqi town, IS militants built network of tunnels

With sleeping quarters, ammo, medicines, complex of IS tunnels found under Iraqi town

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Moments from the Medal of Freedom ceremony

Director Steven Spielberg and baseball legend Willie Mays were just a few of the Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients honored at the White House.

Kentucky Joins Majority Of Country In Letting Felons Vote

Kentucky's governor has signed an executive order granting released felons the right to vote. Surprisingly, it's one of the last states to do so.

The Latest: Officer accused in teen's death turns himself in

The Latest: White Chicago cop expected to be charged in death of black teen turns himself in