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JTrav returns to his high school to capture the shot that best sums up the American tradition of Friday night lights.
Nick Valencia attended the CDC's "Ebola Training Class," where medical staff learn to use their protective suits.
JTrav is on a quest to capture - in a single Instagram shot - the essense of this sci-fi fantasyland.
The restaurant owned by Alison Lundergan Grimes' doesn't always practice what the Senate candidate preaches.
CNN's Hala Gorani speaks to Faruk Logoglu about why Turkey has chosen now to join the fight against ISIS.
Amid the concern over Ebola, the length of the quarantine period is the latest battlefront. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
Monica Lewinsky tweeted for the first time. She called herself "patient zero" of cyber-bullying.
The Salton Sea in Southern Calif. used to be a hangout for Sinatra. It is now drying up and has become a toxic threat.
A recent Catholic Church Synod indicates that voting bishops are still divided on homosexuality. Delia Gallagher reports.
The federal government announced on Friday that it will recognize same-sex marriage in five more states.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo poked fun at Joe Biden's airport "third world" joke earlier today.
Comet Siding Spring passed so close to Mars, NASA spacecraft had to move out of the way. Check out the NASA animation.
UK PM David Cameron is under pressure from the anti-EU party and EU skeptics in his own party. CNN's Max Foster reports.
An intense search is underway in the Baltic Sea for a suspected Russian submarine. CNN's Michael Holmes reports.
Outdoor survival expert Cody Lundin speaks about the skills and gear that suspect Eric Frein needs to survive.
A win in Kobani would have a huge psychological impact for ISIS or the coalition against them. Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Why do some people catch Ebola and others don't? CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks to bio-defense expert Kenneth Bernard.
An Iraqi TV show risks retaliation from the terrorist group ISIS by parodying life under them. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
The fight against ISIS is not only being fought on the battleground -- it is also being waged through comedy, on Iraqi TV.
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