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If you think this winter has been the most miserable in years, you're not alone.
Crimean authorities tell CNN that some 50 gunmen have seized parliament. CNN's Phil Black has more.
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing changes to nutrition labels for the first time in more than two decades.
Armed men seized parliament in Ukraine's southern Crimea region and raised the Russian flag, officials say.
Former trauma doctor Olumide Olusanya has started Gloo.ng -- the largest online supermarket in Lagos, Nigeria.
CNN's Michaela Pereira takes a look at the top news stories that you need to know.
A federal judge has struck down the same-sex marriage ban in Texas. Affiliate KENS has more.
The smell of smoke was reported in a plane that landed at California's Oakland International Airport late Wednesday.
Doctors in California say they've been flooded with calls about a polio-like sickness that's affected some 20 children.
The UAE Islamic affairs authority warns Muslims against a mission to Mars. CNN's Leone Lakhani reports.
Chinese internet companies are shaking up the traditional banking sector. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports.
New security measures have been announced for runners and spectators at this year's Boston Marathon. WBZ reports.
Ellis Henican and Steve Adubato discuss New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's handling of the bridge scandal.
At least 29 students are dead in an attack on a school in Nigeria. CNN's Jonathan Mann reports.
Actress Roma Downey talks to CNN's Piers Morgan about growing up in Northern Ireland and surviving IRA attacks.
Miguel Marquez reports from Phoenix as protesters celebrate Governor Brewer's veto of SB-1062.
One of SB-1062's backers cannot name a discrimination case that would have been protected by the bill.
Spike Lee tells Anderson "I find it interesting that you need an influx of white New Yorkers for the services to go up"
A look at the secret tactics used by one of Switzerland's largest banks to help rich Americans hide their cash.