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Northwestern Europe braces for historically heavy storms sweeping across the North Atlantic and North Sea.
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TIME Magazine's Jeffrey Kluger weighs in on the release of audio recordings from the Sandy Hook shootings.
Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston has been accused of rape.
CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with Michael Morton, the man who was wrongly convicted of murdering his wife.
Actor Paul Walker once bought a wedding ring for a young U.S. military veteran shopping with his fiance in California.
A Florida man kills his wife and son with a crossbow, then slits his own throat. WSVN has more details.
Parents of victims react to the release of the 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings.
The family of Shezanne Cassim wants to bring attention to his case ahead of a hearing December 16.
A young American living in the United Arab Emirates has been imprisoned since April for posting a video online.
A particularly brutal batch of Arctic brings sub-zero temps to the north and sleet as far south as central Texas.
CNN's Indra Petersons brings you Thursday's weather forecast with a major storm for a large portion of the country.
Giving is better than receiving. Right? Time to find out which jobs receive the best tips and the newest market Apple has unlocked for its iPhone. Christine Romans has the scoop and more on Money Time.
The world's longest-serving monarch turns 86 and asks government protesters for peace. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
She admitted to using cocaine--testifying at the fraud trial of two former assistants, but denied having a drug problem.
Dozens of pilot whales are caught in shallow waters off Everglades National Park. Experts say the outlook is not good.
CNN's Anna Coren take a look inside the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant.
CNN's Nick Glass explores the structural possibilities opened up by Texlon, the roof cladding used in Cornwall's Eden Project, UK.
Protests in Ukraine recall a past revolution, city employees discuss Detroit's bankruptcy, and a lawsuit looks to extend some human rights to chimpanzees.
A young girl took a tumble as she was greeted by one of the first dogs, Sunny, at a White House Christmas ceremony.