How Republicans Talk About Islam: Then vs. Now

Post-9/11, President Bush made it clear: Islam is a peaceful religion. So why won't anyone running for the Republican nomination say that now?

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Indonesia releases report on Air Asia QZ8501 crash

According to report, technical errors and pilot error were to blame for the crash of Air Asia Flight QZ8501 last December which took the lives of all 162 people on board. CNN's Richard Quest has more.

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Miss World Canada's Fight for Human Rights in China

Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin is barred from entering China, where the Miss World pageant will be taking place on December 19. The WSJ's Eva Tam sat down with Ms. Lin to discuss how her advocacy for human rights has jeopardized her chances to compete in the contest, and her relationship with her father.

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Suspect in Planned Parenthood attack makes 1st appearance

Man accused in deadly Planned Parenthood attack to be charged with first-degree murder

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Beijing air pollution reaches hazardous levels

Beijing schools keep students indoors as air pollution reaches extremely hazardous levels

Los Angeles deputy describes rescuing newborn buried alive

Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy describes rescuing newborn girl buried alive under debris

Getting through the holidays without going broke

The holidays can get expensive, but Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has some ways you can curb your spending.

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The Latest: Prince Charles, climate envoys focus on forests

The Latest: Prince Charles, global envoys focus on saving forests to reduce global warming

Cyber Monday Breaks Records As Shoppers Flock To Their Smartphones

This year's Cyber Monday is expected to break records with nearly $3 billion. But it could have been a lot more.

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More prospective jurors questioned for Freddie Gray trial

More potential jurors in court for trial of 1 of 6 officers charged in Freddie Gray's death

Obama visits Paris attack site, pays tribute to victims

Shortly after arriving in Paris, U.S. President Barack Obama visits the memorial at the Bataclan concert hall to pay tribute to the victims of the deadly Paris attacks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Official: California water savings take a dip in October

Official: California water savings take a dip October but still beat target in the long run

New kind of Pirelli calendar unveiled

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, director of "Miss Representation," talks to CNN's Isha Sesay about the unconventional 2016 Pirelli calendar.

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Found: a croc statement tote under $60

Those crocodile totes you see on celebrities cost a small fortune. And if you want to spend the same amount on a handbag as you do on a luxury car, then go for it. But we're just as happy with this expensive-looking croc-embossed tote. It's structured, polished, roomy, and it's less than $60 for three days only. Watch and see why this is the bag you should get for your favorite ladies. While you're at it, treat yourself to one, too. You deserve it.

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Will NYC's Sodium Labels Really Influence What People Order?

New York City restaurant chains will soon display warning signs next to items that contain more than the daily recommended intake of sodium.

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How to save mountain gorillas in the Congo

Environmentalists have developed a complex formula to save mountain gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

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British Parliament to Vote on Whether to Bomb Syria

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday he will call on parliament to hold a vote on whether the U.K. should conduct airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State militants. Photo: Getty

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Grand Canyon looks for new ways to manage backcountry

Grand Canyon outlines changes for managing backcountry to create better visitor experience

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Quotations in the News

Quotations in the News

Millions of spiders invade Memphis

A neighborhood in North memphis is completely overrun by a swarm of spiders. It's said to be millions of them. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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High court's election-year lineup rich in high-profile cases

They're not running for office, but justices' election-year docket fit for campaign platform

Would-Be Burglar Dies After Getting Stuck In A Chimney

Fresno County Sheriff’s deputies say a 19-year-old tried to sneak into a California home through a chimney but got stuck and couldn't escape.

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