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A dog walking on a beach in Massachusetts discovered human remains. CNN affiliate WCVB reports.
Former Swedish ski legend Anja Pärson talks about her career and supporting other LGBT athletes.
It's one for the money or just for the show, three months to get ready. Neil Curry visits Europe's biggest Elvis exhibit.
CNN took Olympic medalist Henrik Kristoffersen from Norway for a snowmobile ride on the frozen Lake Åre in Sweden.
Australian Police have surrounded the Lindt Chocolate Cafe where several hostages are being held. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Police reporter,Tiffiny Genders, for 2GB radio in Australia gives details to the hostage situation in the Sydney cafe.
In Houston, large lines of shoppers line up for a shot at the latest Air Jordans. KPRC reports.
New South Wales Police say that the hostage safety is their "number one priority."
Samier Dandan, President of the Lebanese Muslim Association in Sydney, looks to help defuse the situation at the Sydney cafe.
Australian radio host, Ray Hadley, claims to have contact with the hostage-taker and some of the hostages.
The Sydney hostage taker has contacted 3 media outlets and refers to himself as "the brother." Sky News' Laura Jayes reports.
Since 1996 David Gordon has been running a foundation in Indonesia to help recovering drug and alcohol abusers.
5 people run out of the Sydney cafe where people are being held hostage.
Deputy Commissioner of the New South Wales police, Catherine Burn, confirmed negotiators have made contact with the gunman.
New South Whales Police confirm hostages are being held in a Sydney cafe.
CNN affiliate Seven Network is reporting a hostage situation in Sydney at a Lindt Chocolate Cafe.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott speaks about the major police operation underway in a Sydney Lindt cafe.
Thousands of people flooded the streets of New York City to protest against police violence.
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