Emissions Scandal Chokes Volkswagen's November Sales

After a surprisingly resilient October, Volkswagen's November sales tumbled as a result of the scandal in which the company skirted emissions tests.

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ISIS chief's ex-wife freed in prisoner swap

The Lebanese government released the ex-wife of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as part of a prisoner swap with an al Qaeda affiliate, for 16 Lebanese soldiers.

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Where Are the Best Holiday Cyber Deals?

The holiday season means cutthroat competition among retailers for online shoppers. Here's where to find the best deals.

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FBI: Background checks for gun sales peak on Black Friday

FBI: Background checks for gun sales peak on Black Friday amid latest call for new gun laws

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Mexico experts: passageway may lead to Aztec ruler

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

Second inmate dies in 3 weeks at California state prison

Second inmate dies in 3 weeks at California state prison; cellmates suspected in both deaths

Pirelli tire calendar offers 12 months of inspiring women

The more than 50 year old Pirelli calendar strayed from it's risque supermodel roots to feature 'women of achievement' for 2016. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has some behind-the-scenes video.

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US Sending More Soldiers To Fight ISIS In Iraq

The U.S. will increase its efforts against the Islamic State by sending a new special operations targeting force to Iraq.

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Things to know for officer's trial in death of Freddie Gray

Things to know for Officer William Porter's trial in the death of Freddie Gray

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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Russia wants UN to tighten crackdown on terrorist financing

Russia hopes to circulate UN resolution soon to tighten crackdown on terrorist financing

If The Oceans Keep Heating Up, Ocean Life Could Stop Making Oxygen

Tiny organisms called phytoplankton make more than half of the oxygen in our atmosphere, but a new study says warmer oceans could put an end to that.

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Posters Printed The "Hatch" Way

CNN talks to Celene Aubry about letterpress printing, a centuries old process with a 21st century twist

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Sneaky Crocodile Tries to Steal Lions' Lunch

Annette was on an amazing night-time safari ride in Kruger National Park when she was treated to a rare sight. Annette’s convoy had stopped to watch a pride of lions enjoy their meal when a crocodile appeared out of nowhere. The sneaky croc tried to make off with the lions’ meal but was unsuccessful. The humans were not the only ones interested in the proceedings as both a leopard and some hyenas stuck around to see the outcome. Credit: YouTube/Kruger Sightings

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Digital rights group alleges Google invades student privacy

Google accused of breaking a promise to respect privacy of students using Chromebook computers

Chrome's Data Saver Helps You Use Less Data On Mobile

Google announced an update to Data Saver that can salvage up to 70 percent of users' bandwidth while browsing the mobile Web.

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As support for Cruz surges in Iowa, can he overtake Trump?

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has seen a surge in support in Iowa, but can Cruz knock the front-runner Donald Trump from the top spot? CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.

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Chicago Police Chief Resigns Amid Protests

Following protests over the handling of the shooting death of Laquan McDonald last year, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked for the resignation of Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy. Photo: Reuters

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Police investigate death of Alaska's capital city mayor

Police investigate death of Alaska's capital city mayor who was found at his Juneau home

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UN experts: Up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Libya

UN experts say up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Libya but extremist group is 1 player

The Latest: Mayor in Alaska suffered injuries when he died

The Latest: Juneau, Alaska, mayor had suffered injuries when he was found dead, police say

A spoonful of sugar proves better than Gatorade

A new study says sugar water is better than energy drinks for athletes. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the information.

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Utah prison settles suit after inmate missed dialysis, died

Utah prison settles wrongful-death lawsuit filed after inmate went without dialysis for days

Olympian Greg Louganis Talks HIV Stigma And How He Hid His Diagnosis

Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis was diagnosed with HIV in 1988 but didn't make the news public until 1995. Would he do things differently today?

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