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Soldier in US Army charged with killing grandfather, great-grandmother
A US Army soldier in Germany has been charged with murdering two relatives in South Carolina in what authorities have described as a "crime of greed."
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Photographers help babies born at KC hospital celebrate Halloween
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Storms rip path of destruction in St. Louis
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Artist designs Indiana NBA player's game shoes
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Landlord accused of killing tenant over complaint
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Farmers come together to help family in need
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Longer work hours for teens proposed
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Owner says he called police twice before shooting
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Neighbors fed abandoned children in apartment
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Florida police admit they mistook Brian Laundrie’s mom for him
Florida cops who publicly insisted they had eyes on Brian Laundrie amid the Gabby Petito investigation have admitted they actually mistook him for someone "built kind of similarly."
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Your Thanksgiving Turkey Could Be the Most Expensive Ever
The cost of turkey has increased 22 percent amid a supply chain crunch, and many staple fruits and vegetables are up between 10-30 percent on last year.
1 in 4 American Jews say they experienced antisemitism in the last year
A new report from American Jewish Committee also found that, out of fear of antisemitism, 39% of American Jews changed their behavior, such as by not wearing items that would identify them as Jewish.
David Petraeus Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts for a look at the life of David Petraeus, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Spider looks like Elton John wearing glasses and a toupée
This tiny spider could play “Tiny Dancer.” An arachnid that looks like Elton John has been spotted in Gin Gin, Australia, thanks to its distinctive gold-and-black markings. The spider’s front appendages — called pedipalps — appear to be playing the piano much like the “Rocket Man” singer.
'Amazing': An Astros favorite, Braves starter Charlie Morton prepares to beat his former team (again)
Morton won the World Series with the Astros in 2017 and is facing his former team in the playoffs for the third year in a row.
Queen Elizabeth II resumes royal duties after overnight hospital stay
The Queen virtually met with the ambassador from the Republic of Korea Gunn Kim, and the ambassador of Switzerland Markus Leitner after her hospital stay.
Daylight Saving Time Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts for background information about Daylight Saving Time, a system to reduce electricity usage by extending daylight hours.
Democrats rush to reach deal on social spending plan before Biden trip
"The alternative to what is being negotiated is not the original package, it is nothing," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday.
How to use planetary retrograde in astrology for good
Retrogrades are notorious for causing drama, confusion, delays and stagnation — all centered around what the planet rules.
Queen Elizabeth II Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about Queen Elizabeth II and learn more about the Queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms.
Serial Killers Fast Facts
Read Fast Facts on CNN about convicted serial killers and famous, unsolved serial killings.
Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she almost died giving birth to her daughter
Gwyneth Paltrow recalled the “crazy” experience giving birth to her daughter, Apple Martin, and revealed she nearly died in the process.
Investors are getting very greedy again
What a difference a month makes.
Carmella: Good looks holding me back in WWE
WWE star Carmella believes she has to work "twice as hard" because of her "pretty" face.
2023 Corvette Z06 Pushes Chevy's Performance Limits
The Chevrolet Corvette Z06 raises the bar on American supercar performance with the most highest horsepower V8 in a performance car.
China satellite launch sparks fears over potential space weapons
China’s recent satellite launch is sparking fears from some experts who say it can be used as a weapon possible capable of grabbing hold of and crushing American satellites.
FOX Nation to launch on YouTube TV as add-on option
FOX News Media’s streaming service FOX Nation, which features some of FOX News' leading personalities, original shows, and exclusive documentaries, is launching on YouTube TV as an optional add-on Tuesday.
Durham to call former FBI general counsel James Baker to testify in case of former Clinton campaign attorney
Special Counsel John Durham plans to call former FBI General Counsel James Baker to testify in the case against former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman, who was recently indicted for making false statements to the FBI.
Half of Afghanistan's population faces acute hunger crisis
David Beasley, chief of the World Food Programme, speaks to CNN's Becky Anderson about the worsening humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and Ethiopia.
Jets’ Woody Johnson has ‘unwavering’ confidence in Joe Douglas, Robert Saleh
It’s going to take more than a 41-point bashing by the Patriots to shake Jets owner Woody Johnson’s support of his team’s leadership.
Ohio school boards terminate membership with NSBA for labeling parents 'domestic terrorists'
The Ohio School Boards Association severed ties with the National School Boards Association after the national group sent a letter to President Biden
As a Parent, I Would Rather Fake My Own Death Than Take Over Curriculum Planning From Teachers and School Boards
Please do not make me spend my precious time arguing about social studies textbooks. I beg you.
Florida Reports 959 Manatees Died So Far in 2021 as Their Food Becomes Scarce
State figures predict that the record 593 deaths recorded in 2020 will likely be doubled in 2021.
Braves vs Astros: World Series pits father versus son
A World Series is not an event that needs additional hyping, but a father versus son dynamic is a welcome subplot nonetheless.
Pity the billionaire, so sensitive and oppressed
To hear Republicans tell it, even the tiniest increase in their taxes will cause these tender souls to shut their businesses and flee the country.
North Dakota Health Department Joins Mississippi in Closing Social Media Comment Sections
"We had people share stories of their loss of a loved one due to COVID, and then others demanding to see the death certificate," said a department spokeswoman.
Bowl projections: Cincinnati's case for College Football Playoff is growing stronger
Cincinnati's case for the College Football Playoff is growing, but the Bearcats are now there yet in the latest USA TODAY Sports bowl projections.
96% of Tyson's active workers are vaccinated
Just days before a Covid-19 vaccine deadline for all Tyson Food employees in the United States, the company announced that 96% of its "active" employees have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Dave Chappelle willing to speak to transgender community
"To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience, but you will not summon me. I am not bending to anybody's demands," Chappelle said.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin shoots down speculation on USC, LSU jobs: 'Why would I have any interest in coaching college football?'
Amid speculation about the USC and LSU openings, Mike Tomlin made it clear he has no interest in leaving the Steelers for any coaching job.
Rare Air: Nike shoes worn by Michael Jordan during rookie year sold at auction for $1.472 million, setting record
A pair of shoes worn in the fifth game of Michael Jordan's rookie season with the Chicago Bulls sold at auction for record $1.472 million.
Alligator crawls out of drain at Alabama apartment complex
An Alabama apartment complex was paid a visit by an unusual guest as children were coming home from school: an alligator that crawled out of a storm drain
Reporter’s Notebook: Why subpoenas and ‘contempt of Congress’ threats don’t always last
When it comes to subpoenas and “contempt of Congress,” Capitol Hill is kind of like a gym.
NFL won't release findings of Washington Football Team probe
The NFL is refusing to release a final report of its investigation into alleged misconduct in the Washington Football Team organization, which critics say hides evidence of bad behavior. Former Washington Football Team employee Emily Applegate, one of the first people to speak up about the team's toxic culture, joined CBSN to discuss.
YouTube Says It Removed Over 7M Accounts Belonging to Users Under 13 This Year Alone
"This is for Big Tech a Big Tobacco moment....It is a moment of reckoning. There will be accountability. This time is different," Sen. Richard Blumenthal said.
Blackstone CEO warns of 'real unrest' from energy crisis
Speaking at the The Future Investment Initiative Institute, Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman called on governments to "agree on the rules of the road" to navigate through the energy transition.
Schools Across U.S. Cite Inclusivity as Reason for Backing Away From Halloween Events
Schools in Massachusetts, Michigan and Washington state have moved away from Halloween-themed celebrations this year.
Joe Concha: Biden just had a 'disastrous day' and desperately needs a win
Fox News contributor Joe Concha reacted Tuesday to President Biden's trip to New Jersey where he repeated a debunked story about Amtrak, coughed into his hand before shaking hands with others and joked to schoolchildren about how he avoids answering the press' questions.