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What’s Obama’s legacy with military?

President Barack Obama sits down with CNN's Jake Tapper and a military audience to talk about national security, veterans' issues and foreign policy challenges Wednesday

Ancient instrument came to define Mozambican jazz

"Man, sometimes it takes you a long time to sound like yourself."

Courteney Cox: Aniston not part of Brangelina drama

Courteney Cox was not amused by the Jennifer Aniston-Brangelina memes.

Kardashian-Jenner spat over party?

For once a tweeting celeb is not claiming to have been hacked.

Kids review the presidential debate

A group of middle-schoolers in New Jersey, all members of their school's student council, were dismayed by the performances of both Donald Trump and Hillary

Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says

Almost everyone on Earth now breathes polluted air, according to an air quality map released Tuesday by the World Health Organization.

Blackberry to stop making its own phones

Hillary Clinton Confronts Millennial Voter Woes

First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they

Nudist park is planned for Paris

Nudists in Paris will soon be able to shed their clothes without fear of arrest, as city council members have approved plans for an official

Two brothers turned $5 into thriving juice business

They started out selling cups of lemonade at their college, but now two brothers have built a company in Nigeria which distributes its juice in

Are these the world’s most inspirational buildings?

A well-designed building has the power to inspire those who witness or use the space. But where do architects go when they're in need of

Meet the nuclear cattle of Fukushima

Some families have at least one relative who's either odd or eccentric. Others boast family members of a more unusual kind.

Typhoon turbine could power Japan for 50 years

"Typhoons are normally nothing but a disaster," says Atsushi Shimizu.

These cuisines could help you live longer

Going on vacation could help you uncover the secret to a long and healthy life -- if you pick the right destination.

Be careful searching for Amy Schumer

Amy Schumer may be very funny, but she can be bad for your computer's health.

Why Madonna, Katy Perry got nude

Madonna is re-inventing what it means to be nakedly political in an eyebrow-raising post to her social media accounts Wednesday, in which she uses a

Clinton knits together Obama coalition

Hillary Clinton had a question for the energetic, young and diverse crowd she greeted at a North Carolina rally Tuesday: "Did anybody see that debate

What the most challenged books say about us

It used to be that sex and offensive language were the most frequently cited reasons for attempts to remove books from schools and libraries. And,

Miss Universe strikes back at Trump

Former "Miss Universe" Alicia Machado struck back Tuesday against insults hurled at her by Donald Trump, saying that he was "aggressive" and "really rude."

Analysis: Fans See Through Trump’s Post-Debate Bravado

Donald Trump, all day Tuesday, maintained he won a debate that most pundits, and many polls, said he lost.

Trump supporter verbally attacks CNN reporter

CNN's Randi Kaye speaks to Donald Trump supporters gathered at the airport in Melbourne, Florida.

Woman in hijab to appear in Playboy

A Muslim-American journalist Noor Tagouri will appear in Playboy magazine's October issue wearing a hijab, a decision that has elicited praise in some quarters and

Wells Fargo CEO forfeits $41M

Former ‘Miss Universe’ speaks out

Former "Miss Universe" Alicia Machado said Trump called her "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping." She talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about how the presidential nominee

Shimon Peres, Israel’s warrior for peace, dies

Shimon Peres, the Israeli elder statesman who shared a Nobel Prize for forging a peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians, has died.

Missile Brought From Russia Downed MH17: Inquiry

The Dutch-led team of investigators refuted Moscow's suggestion that the Ukrainian military was to blame for the disaster.

Hispanics are obsessed with the election

According to Google, searches for the phrase "registrarse para votar" have surged 2200% in the last week. For comparison sake, the English equivalent "register to

MH17 downed by missile brought in from Russia, probe finds

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed over eastern Ukraine by a Buk missile brought in from Russia to a pro-Russian area of eastern Ukraine, the

Hundreds of Tourists Trapped on Erupting Volcano

Mount Barujari is a "baby volcano" that sits inside the crater of Mount Rinjani, a 12,224-foot-high volcano on Lombok island.

‘Destruction is Everywhere’ After 2 Hospitals Attacked

Both M2 and M10 suffered structural damage — leaving Aleppo with just six working hospitals, only three of which have trauma centers.

World Remembers Shimon Peres, ‘the Face of Israel’

World leaders mourned Shimon Peres as a founding father of Israel who cast his shadow upon the entire history of the Israeli state.

Analysis: Trump Speaks of a Black America That No Longer Exists

In Monday's debate, Donald Trump sounded like a man who had stopped reading the news about black Americans in 1987.

Feels Bad Man: Pepe the Frog Is Declared Symbol of Hate

"The mere fact of posting a Pepe meme does not mean that someone is racist or white supremacist," the Anti-Defamation League said.

U.S. ‘Reviewing’ Report Airstrike Killed 13 Civilians

The U.S. military said it was "reviewing" claims that one of its airstrikes hit a residential building and killed 13 civilians in Afghanistan.

204 bodies recovered from capsized migrant boat

A total of 204 bodies have been recovered from the migrant boat that capsized off the coast of Egypt last week, a local official was

Black Man ‘Not Acting Like Himself’ Is Fatally Shot by Cops

The two officers involved in the shooting both have more than 21 years of service, according to the El Cajon Police Department.

How Syrians use messaging app to inform the world

Conditions in the embattled rebel-held eastern part of Aleppo are getting worse each day. There's no way in or out. Residents in the city are

‘I’m Not Shy’: Charlotte Girl Recounts Viral Speech on Race

Fourth-grader Zianna Oliphant's tearful speech to the Charlotte City Council was a stirring display of the black community's frustration.

Border Patrol Agent Killed in Gunfight With Arizona Police

The Maricopa, Arizona, Police Department says a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol agent is dead after exchanging gunfire with officers.

Police Shoot ‘Erratic’ Man in California

A crowd of bystanders shouted at police and demanded answers after officers fired at a man described as erratic in El Cajon Tuesday.

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