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Hong Kong's New Year's violence

A time of celebration during the Lunar New Year in Hong Kong turned violent when clashes broke out in a market area. CNN's David Molko reports.

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Head-On Train Collision Kills At Least 9 In Southern Germany

Around 150 people were injured when two trains on a single track crashed in Bavaria. Many were trapped in the wreckage.

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Noranda Aluminum files for bankruptcy

One of North America's biggest makers of aluminum foil is seeking bankruptcy protection, saying it plans to halt production at a southeastern Missouri smelter within weeks

Unlucky man struck by meteorite may be first known fatality modern times

A man in Indian may be the unlucky first person to be killed by a meteorite in modern times. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Researchers Find Flashing Lights May Prevent Jet Lag From Taking Hold

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine may have found a solution for jet lag – flashing lights.

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U.S. stocks sink in early trading

Alpha Modus Senior Vice President Scott Shellady and CNNMoney's Paul LaMonica discuss why U.S. stocks have been having a rough time.

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Flint gets $3M pledge; mayor, attorney general to speak

Flint gets $3M donation from GM, UAW to support city's kids; mayor, attorney general slated to speak

Several Dead After Germany Train Crash

Two passenger trains have collided in the German state of Bavaria, with police saying at least eight people have been killed and scores injured.

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The Latest: NATO to discuss role in ending migrant crisis

The Latest: NATO's secretary-general says the U.S.-led alliance will discuss this week whether to get more involved in trying to stem Europe's migration crisis

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From the archives: Anderson released from captivity

Terry Anderson was held hostage from 1985 to 1991. He speaks about his captivity and his plans after being released.

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Store Hopes 'Wonky Veg Box' Will Reduce Waste Of Imperfect Vegetables

A U.K. supermarket chain is offering the discounted boxes of vegetables that might look a little odd on the outside but are still good to eat.

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Pennsylvania stuck in historic budget gridlock

Pennsylvania state government is setting a new state record for gridlock

Squirrel causes power outage for 5,500 people

A squirrel caused a power disruption in Tulsa, Oklahoma for over 5,500 people. Apparently that's not a rare occurrence. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Former President Says Mexico Won't Pay For Trump's 'Stupid' Wall

Former Mexico President Felipe Calderón spoke out against Donald Trump's proposed wall on the southern border. Here's a hint: He's not having it.

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Use Of Antiperspirant And Deodorant Found To Alter Underarm Microbes

A recent study found the use of deodorant and antiperspirant affects the composition of underarm microbe colonies.

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From the archives: Terry Anderson returns to Beirut

In 1996, Terry Anderson returned to Beirut, Lebanon, just five years after being released from captivity.

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Man who served 20 years for murder he didn't commit gets $6M

A man who served more than 20 years in prison for a murder he did not commit has been awarded $6 million by the state of Connecticut

Entrepreneurship in Village Schools

India has become a hub for start-ups in recent years. Most investment has been focused on cities, but as a majority of Indians live in rural areas, what difference would teaching entrepreneurial skills to village students make?

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Man Accused Of Throwing Gator Through Wendy's Drive-Thru Is Arrested

The incident happened in October, but U.S. Marshals recently took the suspect, a Florida man, into custody.

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South African court hears case against president

South Africa's highest court is hearing a case against President Jacob Zuma, who is accused of violating the constitution in a scandal over state spending on his private home