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Amazon CEO is testing plans to deliver packages to you in 30 minutes or less -- by a drone.
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Police now say speed was a factor in the fiery crash that killed the 'fast and furious' star this weekend.
Two Americans are being detained in North Korea and the white house is demanding their release.
The heads of two congressional intelligence committees say Americans aren't any safer today than they were 2 years ago.
NTSB board member Earl Weener has been on scene at the train derailment site with more on the incident.
A federal probe is now underway after the train operator said the brakes didn't work as he came around a curve.
CNN's Michaela Pereira takes a look at the top news stories that you need to know.
The NTSB is investigating possible brake failure and speed as two possible causes of a deadly train derailment in NY.
Seattle Police, the Coast Guard, and SWAT teams were called after a man allegedly tired to steal a ferry boat.
Protests in Thailand turn violent, World AIDS Day raises awareness about HIV/AIDS, and a college basketball team "signs" a 10-year-old cancer patient.
Thousands of Syrian refugees end up in Bulgaria, which can barely afford to take care of them and doesn't want any more.
Kate Adams, Policy and Advocacy Manager of War Child, discusses the psychological impact of the conflict in Syria.
CNN's Shasta Darlington introduces us to a Brazilian polio survivor who has lived the past 43 years in a hospital ward.
CNN looks at the goals and grievances of pro-EU rally members demonstrating against the Ukrainian government.
Prince Harry joins four teams racing to the South Pole to highlight challenges faced by wounded service members.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen went out with Syria's front line soldiers to see first-hand the continuing battle for Damascus.
A mother was murdered in front of her son. Her husband was wrongfully convicted but the boy believed his dad was guilty.
Watch a short video from Amazon showing how deliveries could come by air directly to your doorstep in the future.
Sunday's anti-government protests in Bangkok ranged from the bloody to the vocal. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Michael Morton, wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife despite lack of physical evidence, describes his love for her