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Iraqi and volunteer forces entered the town of Amerli, breaking the siege that started in mid-June.
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Iraqi forces have broken the siege of the town Amerli. CNN's Anna Coren and Erin McPike report.
The people, the parties and the costumes continue to bring sci-fi and fantasy fans back to Dragon Con every year.
KARE's A.J. Lagoe found some employees typing and texting while working at the Minnesota State Fair.
Rescue teams rushed to free a young girl trapped by a collapsed sand cave along Oregon's coast. KATU's Bob Heye reports.
Pakistani police fired tear gas after thousands of protesters threatened to march on the prime minister's house.
What's next for Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted into the NFL, after being cut by the St. Louis Rams?
CNN's Will Ripley makes a rare live report from reclusive North Korea.
Marijuana is often called a gateway drug. But a new study says it may keep people from trying dangerous alternatives.
He drank 14 bottles of wine in one night. That was the moment the broadcaster realized he needed help.
CNN's Will Ripley gets a rare look at a North Korean pro-wrestling event.
A family is touched by the kindness of a group of firefighters. Affiliate KHOU explains.
The conflict in Ukraine is ratcheting up as Russian troops enter the country by the thousands.
CNN's Karl Penhaul gets reaction in London after a speech from UK Prime Minister David Cameron's terror warning.
This weeks must see videos include a human catapult and football player Johnny Manziel as "Johnny JamBoogie."
Wilson Raj Perumal, described as the world's most prolific soccer match fixer talks to CNN's Don Riddell
The St. Louis Rams release defensive end Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted in NFL history.
CNN's Miguel Marquez explains the chain of events that led up to Joan Rivers being rushed to the hospital.
A controversial bill banning plastic bags passes the California State Senate and is headed for approval by the governor.
Thousands of Yazidi women try to escape imminent danger from ISIS forces in northern Iraq.
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