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Cruz Campaign Had No Idea A Former Adult Film Actress Was In Its Ad

Ted Cruz's campaign decided to pull one of its ads after realizing it featured former adult film actress Amy Lindsay.

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A new way of buying flowers online

Christina Stembel CEO of Farmgirl Flowers talks to CNN's Maggie Lake how her company is changing the flower industry.

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Global warming will make flights longer

Global warming will make some flights longer and considering flying contributes to global warming, we could have a run-away train on our hands. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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Missing Canadian Man Remembers His Identity After 30 Years

A Canadian man who was missing for almost 30 years has been found after remembering his identity, which he forgot when he suffered a head injury.

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Delaware court upholds dismissal of GM shareholder suit

Delaware court upholds dismissal of GM shareholder lawsuit over faulty ignition switches

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Nigerian army frees 267 detainees, no links to Boko Haram

Nigeria's army has freed 267 detainees found to have no links to Boko Haram Islamic extremists, including 72 children, some of them as young as preschoolers

2 teens shot at Phoenix-area high school, police say

Police say two teens have been shot at a high school in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale, and there is no more danger to the rest of the campus

Nebraska lifts only ban on packer-owned hogs in US

The nation's only ban on meatpackers owning hogs has ended due to a new Nebraska law that allows processers to own the animals from birth to slaughter

Barry Manilow Rushed To LA Due To Complications After Oral Surgery

After a show in Tennessee, Barry Manilow was rushed to Los Angeles because of complications from an emergency oral surgery earlier in the week.

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Dominion outlines new national forest route for pipeline

Energy companies behind the Atlantic Coast Pipeline have carved a new proposed route through parts of West Virginia and Virginia in response to federal concerns about the national gas pipeline's initial path through sensitive national forest areas

Day five of red on Wall Street

Wall Street notched its fifth straight day of losses on weakness in banks amid fears of a global economic slowdown. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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Appeal rejected for man convicted in Fort Dix plot

A federal judge in New Jersey has rejected the appeal of a Philadelphia man serving more than three decades in prison after he was convicted of scheming to kill soldiers at Fort Dix

Ending Racism Means Integrating Daycare

What if instead of fighting racial bias as adults, we worked to prevent it from ever happening in the first place, with kids?

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Is the market on a race to the bottom?

CNN's Maggie Lake speaks with Scott Shellady about the market needing real true growth to gain any strength.

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Court: Facebook can be sued in France in nude painting case

Facebook has lost a crucial legal battle as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th century nude painting

Oil trades higher on OPEC speculation

CNN's John Defterios and Maggie Lake along with The Atlantic Council's Branko Terzic discuss the impact of a possible cut in OPEC oil production.

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Trump's plan for Kim Jong-un

Donald Trump was asked by hosts on CBS This Morning what his plan was for Kim Jong-un. His response was both vague and concerning. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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World Powers Try To Work Out Pause In Syrian Fighting

The U.S. and Russia are among the world powers attempting to negotiate a cease-fire in the Syrian civil war. They're hoping for a deal soon.

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Restaurant owner charged in fire that killed immigrants

Federal officials have charged a suburban Detroit restaurant owner and his wife with harboring immigrants who were in the U.S. without legal permission after five of his employees died in a house fire

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The Latest: Pope plans Colombia visit early next year

Pope Francis says he plans to visit Colombia in the first half of next year if the Colombian government and rebels make progress and sign a peace treaty to end Latin American's longest-running conflict

Ohio company sells classic Etch A Sketch to Toronto toy firm

The Ohio company that has produced or owned the Etch A Sketch for decades has sold the classic toy to a toy firm in Toronto