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October is a notoriously tough month for stocks. But it's not as bad as you might think. Bear markets have often ended in October and stocks tend to do well in Octobers before a mid-term election.
CNN's Jomana Karadsheh explains how Syrian teenagers find relief in the art of parkour.
CNN's Holly Firfer tells us that our lifestyle choices today can affect our love life tomorrow and through the years.
CNN's John Defterios looks at the new National Institute of Ecology in Seocheon County, South Korea.
Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta describes a memorable encounter that he had with the Secret Service.
In today's "Good Stuff," a Michigan police officer buys a needy mom a booster seat instead of issuing her a ticket.
Police say they arrested Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Derrick Shelby after a confrontation with an officer.
Stengel: "We have evidence that there are young people who are not joining [ISIS] because we have somehow interceded."
Police in London say they've arrested four men that authorities suspect were planning terrorist activities.
CNN's Maggie Lake speaks with fashion designer Jason Wu about how he is changing the world of women's fashion.
CNNMoney takes a look at what it costs to build Apple and Samsung's new phones piece by piece.
Sam's Club CEO Rosalind Brewer on leadership, family and why listening is important in both roles. CNN's Poppy Harlow reports.
The Department of Veterans Affairs says it is firing four senior officials in the wake of its latest scandal.
Columbus Zoo's CEO showcases some cute, cuddly friends as he discusses global warming's impact on endangered species.
Two scientists in Japan and one at UCSB were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for helping create efficient LED lights.
Donald Kaberuka, president of the African Development Bank says global businesses should do more to help fight Ebola.
Police converged on a Georgia man's house after seeing okra plants that they thought looked like marijuana. WSB reports.
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