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A six-year-old boy got a nice surprise when his father, a U.S. Marine, returned for his kindergarten graduation.
Feud between "Ali G" and Donald Trump reignites. CNN's Jeanne Moos revisits "The Donald's" walk-off.
A vintage World War II plane flying in the New York City area crashed into the Hudson River on Friday evening, officials said.

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A Texas woman lost her leg, but saved her 8-month-old son by cradling him when they were thrown off an overpass after being hit by a car.
SpaceX landed one of its rockets on an offshore platform Friday, the third time in three months the private space exploration firm has made a successful landing at sea.

This year's Atlantic hurricane season could generate more activity than in recent years and possibly bring one to four major hurricanes, the federal government said.

A Los Angeles judge granted Amber Heard a temporary restraining order Friday against husband Johnny Depp, whom she claims has been abusive.
Jesse Leroy Brown battled poverty and racism to become the U.S. Navy's first black pilot. Faced with death over the skies of North Korea, he became something more -- a symbol of how, in times of war, color and class mean little.

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The issue of whether cell phone use could cause cancer has been mired in confusion, with some studies failing to find an increased risk of brain tumors among cell phone users, while others suggest greater risk among the most frequent of users.
The fatal shooting of Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier last summer -- allegedly at the hands of an undocumented immigrant deported five times from the United States -- became a focal point of an angry national debate over illegal immigration.

Donald Trump on Friday said he would not debate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders because it would be "inappropriate" to square off against the candidate who currently trails Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary fight.
A Greek archaeologist believes he has discovered the tomb of Aristotle.
Hillary Clinton stands by her defense in the 1975 sexual assault case she represented after Donald Trump supporters hurl accusations. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
The Washington Post reports that Kim Jing Un's aunt and uncle have been secretly living in the U.S. for the past 20 years. CNN's Brian Todd reports on new insights on the North Korean leader.
Jamie Lynn Spears is ready to set the record straight.
The summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro should be postponed or moved "in the name of public health" due to the widening Zika outbreak in Brazil, more than 100 prominent doctors and professors said Friday in an open letter to the World Health Organization.
More than 1.3 million people serve in the five branches of the U.S. armed forces. Add in civilian employees from the U.S. Department of Defense, and you get the world's largest employer: 3.2 million employees, according to the World Economic Forum. Take a look at some of the things the military been doing in the past month.
A short jaunt east of the former railroad tracks that used to divide black and white in this town, you could hear cousins Lindell Little and Vell Mays cutting up as Little worked on his bicycle.

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Take a look at 33 photos of the week from May 20 through May 27.

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Dr. Henry Heimlich reached his arms around the gagging woman's body and did what he does best: grasped his left fist in his right hand and thrusted quickly and upward.

As a wounded veteran who served two tours in Iraq, I've been asked to give speeches at Memorial Day celebrations. It's one of the hardest jobs I've ever done.

When it comes to a new world war, both Russia and NATO have far too much to lose.

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A New Hampshire man pleaded guilty to multiple charges for kidnapping a 14-year-old girl in 2013 and holding her captive for more than nine months.

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Comedian W. Kamau Bell visits Portland, Oregon, to talk to old and new residents and finds a growing social divide involving hipsters and gentrification.
Gentrification is an ongoing battle in cities like Portland, San Francisco and others across the country, Kamau Bell says. "United Shades of America" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
It's no secret that the Cleveland School District in Mississippi opposes a recent federal ruling ordering integration of its middle and high schools. So it might sound like an empty threat when an attorney representing the district warns the ruling could result in more segregation.

Some kids will do anything to get out of school. Others risk their lives to get there.
You are not the only one who thrives in the summer and loves its warm, long days. Bacteria and other microbes that cause food poisoning, diarrhea and just general grossness also flourish, threatening to make it a season to be sick.

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On the eastern end of Oahu, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve offers a white sand coral beach enclosed in a breached volcano.

For killer ribs, you don't need a giant, pro-style smoker. All it takes is a grill, some wood chips and a disposable roasting pan.
Alex Bestler and a friend were on a morning hike in Usery Mountain Park in Arizona, when without provocation, a large swarm of hostile bees attacked.
Marco Rubio said he would consider running for re-election to the Senate if Florida's lieutenant governor, a close friend of his, had not entered the race to succeed him.
It was the third straight year of double winners at the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Brazilian police are searching for 33 people suspected in the gang rape of a 16-year-old as graphic video and images of the girl posted on social media have shocked the South American country.

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A black man and a young Chinese woman are flirting, as he leans in for a kiss she thrusts a detergent capsule in his mouth and bundles him into a laundry machine.

June is feeling hot, hot, hot with all the streaming options.
Jessica Gray stands tall and strong, wearing her late husband's Army T-shirt. His wedding ring rests on a chain around her neck, as her arms wrap tightly and emotionally around the folded American flag that was draped over his coffin just a few months earlier.
President Barack Obama will lease a home in Washington, D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood after he leaves the White House next year, CNN has confirmed.
Actor Dustin Diamond, best known for playing the role of Screech on the 1990s high school comedy "Saved by the Bell," has been arrested in Ozaukee, Wisconsin on a probation hold, according to the Ozaukee County Jail.
The results are in from the one of the largest and broadest surveys of health in the United States. And although many of the findings are encouraging -- more Americans had health insurance and fewer smoked cigarettes in 2015 than in previous years -- the gains were overshadowed by rising rates of obesity and diabetes.
Many new parents long for a full night of glorious, uninterrupted sleep yet shudder at the thought of letting their baby "cry it out," the sleep training method in which parents allow babies to cry themselves to sleep. But a new study adds support to the idea that the method is effective and does not cause stress or lasting emotional problems for babies.

A few years ago, Tytia Habing moved back to the stretch of land where she grew up in rural Illinois, just a half-mile from her parents.
Less than one second. That's how long it takes children to recognize their mother's voice. And that voice lights a child's brain up like a Christmas tree.

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In my house, we called it going boneless. That's when my girls, as toddlers, would arch their backs, screaming uncontrollably, usually in a public place (of course!) and there was nothing my husband or I could do to satisfy them.