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Don Pardo, the announcer who introduced the "Saturday Night Live" cast for decades, has died at age 96.
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LEGO CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp says the brick-shaped museum will open in the birthplace of the world's largest toymaker.
William and Valerie Bell lost their son in 2006 when he was shot 50 times by the NYPD. Ferguson is all too real for the Bells.
Pope Francis is deeply hurt by the news that a car crash killed three of his relatives in Argentina.
Two high school students plotted to kill staff and students in a mass shooting plot in California, police say.
Sybrina Fulton, the mother of slain teen Trayvon Martin, speaks out on the shooting of Michael Brown.
Why hasn't Obama gone to Ferguson yet? Legal Analyst Paul Callan and Activist Kevin Powell discuss.
Photographer Leo York describes being tear-gassed in Ferguson clashes.
Chris King, editorial director at the St. Louis American, gives details about protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
Super malls and retail districts are being built at a rapid rate in the country. CNN's John Defterios takes a look.
Luay al-Khatteeb of the Iraq Energy Institute speaks to CNN's Paula Newton about the future of Iraq's oil.
The body of a Marine's missing pregnant wife was found in a mine shaft. CNN affiliate KESQ reports.
CNN producer Steve Kastenbaum describes the scene last night in Ferguson, Missouri.
LEGO has launched the "Research Institute," their first-ever set to feature female scientist figurines.
The sights couldn't be sadder at a zoo destroyed during the Israel-Hamas conflict, reports CNN's Fred Pleitgen.
Conan will be singing at a special live Simpon's event, so he asks singer Josh Groban for some performance tips.
Why is this grown man in a baby's highchair? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on highchair hijinks.
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