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Professor Who Stood With Muslims Parts Ways With Christian School

Dr. Larycia Hawkins is leaving Wheaton College after being placed on administrative leave for her statements about Christianity's similarity to Islam.

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'SNL' mocks ABC's GOP debate intro flub

Saturday Night Live comments on the ABC GOP debate introduction where Republican candidate Ben Carson missed his cue.

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Cavemen ate better than you think

Cavemen may have eaten much better than we thought. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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North Korea Rocket Launch Sparks Concerns Over Missile Testing

North Korea launched a long-range rocket Sunday despite international warnings. The U.S., South Korea and Japan have all condemned the launch.

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Senior falls 4 stories to death at Massachusetts university

Authorities say a student has fallen to his death from a fourth-floor window at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst

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Spanish village of Lantz celebrates clash between good, evil

The inhabitants of the mountain village of Lantz in northern Spain are taking part in an age-old Carnival festival that re-enacts a legendary confrontation between good and evil

Federal judge asked to revoke bond of Ohio terrorism suspect

Federal prosecutors in Ohio want a judge to revoke the bond for one of four men accused of raising money for a former al-Qaida leader

Clinton to detour from New Hampshire, visit Flint, Michigan

Hillary Clinton is detouring from New Hampshire to Flint, Michigan, for a quick visit

More than 20 Texas town repeal sex offender residency law

A broad legal challenge has led more than 20 Texas towns to ease restrictions over the last few months on where sex offenders can live

Mattel and Hasbro toying with merger?

Barbie and Hot Wheels could join Disney Princess dolls in a new global stable of toys if reported merger talks seal a $20 billion deal between Mattel and Hasbro. Kirsty Basset reports.

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2 dead, others wounded, during Orlando nightclub shooting

Orlando police say two people are dead and 10 others were wounded following a shooting at a nightclub in the tourist district

Chelsea Clinton Accidentally Calls Bernie Sanders 'President'

It was an honest slip, but Bernie Sanders may be giving Hillary Clinton's campaign reason to feel some pressure.

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North Korea's launch hinders relations with others

North Korea launched a satellite into space, its state media reported, triggering a wave of international condemnation. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.

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License plate readers a double-edged sword for NY village

A New York village that installed a ring of license plate scanning cameras in hopes of improving policing has found the monitors have become something of a double-edged sword

Experiment could mean big step towards nuclear fusion

An experiment in Germany could be a large step in the direction of giving the world the clean, seemingly endless energy that would be nuclear fusion. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Violence Forces Thousands Of Syrian Refugees Toward Turkish Border

Violence in Syria's northwest city of Aleppo has pushed out thousands of refugees who are heading north to the now-closed Turkish border.

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Driven by power outages and savings, towns look to microgrid

An upstate New York town that repeatedly found itself without power for days during a string of storms is planning to pull its municipal buildings off the electric grid

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Pilot after emergency: Somali airport security is 'zero'

The pilot who landed a jetliner in Somalia with a large hole on its fuselage says he has never doubted that it was caused by a bomb and has described the security at the Mogadishu airport as "zero."

Study explores how black men find success in college

A new University of Pennsylvania study ties black male college success to campus leadership that can help dispel stereotypes among white peers and faculty