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Bernie Sanders is using the words of Martin Luther King Jr. in a new television ad to appeal to black voters in South Carolina.









It was supposed to be an ordinary buy-and-sell: a Brooklyn teenager buying sneakers from a seller he encountered on craigslist.









As Sgt. Andy Capps approached Interstate 10, he spotted a man in a silver van flagging him down, frantically waving his hands outside the driver's side window.









You might not have heard of Greg Williams, but you will undoubtedly have seen his work.









A record-breaking 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck Oklahoma early Saturday morning.









An F-16 pilot was nearly forced to eject from his aircraft over ISIS territory due to a fuel emergency last year, an incident that could have led to the airman's capture or death, the U.S. Air Force said.









About 150,000 penguins have died since being stranded by a vast iceberg that became lodged off the coast of Antarctica six years ago, according to the journal Antarctic Science.









"From Hope to Higher Ground." "People Over Politics." "Fresh Ideas for America." Those have been the campaign slogans of Mike Huckabee, George Pataki and Lincoln Chafee, and those slogans may have played a part in why many of us had a hard time remembering they were even ever running.









The governor of Hawaii has signed an emergency proclamation regarding Zika and other mosquito-borne illnesses.









The Northeast braces for "life-threatening" temperatures as bitter cold arctic air blows through much of the Northeast this weekend.









An Alabama woman who was convicted of murder in her granddaughter's running death has died in prison, authorities said.









Sometimes, a well-placed surrogate can be just the lift a campaign needs. But sometimes, they fumble the ball, sending their candidate scrambling.









Russia believes its airstrikes in Aleppo are not included in the "cessation of hostilities" nor are attacks against what Moscow calls terrorist targets across Syria.









The jihadist group Al-Shabaab on Saturday claimed responsibility for a bomb that exploded an a Somali passenger plane this month -- an explosion that authorities say killed only the alleged bomber.









Valentine's Day arrived three days early at Sky View High School in Smithfield, Utah.









As the 2016 Grammy nominations are announced, CNN's Lisa France looks back at all the times the Grammys missed the mark.









Taylor Swift left anything but a "Blank Space" in the nominations for the 58th annual Grammy Awards, receiving nods in the Big Three categories -- album, record and song of the year -- though hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar outdid her for overall nominations.









Residents of Flint, Michigan, began getting gravely ill and in some cases dying in summer 2014 in one of the worst outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease in U.S. history, and a county health director says attempts to find the source were hampered when the state wouldn't request federal assistance.









CNN's Jake Tapper questions DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz about the Democratic party's use of Superdelegates.









Cooper Stutler's teacher told his second-grade class to put their shirts over their noses as they crossed the playground to get snacks.









Two days after world powers agreed to a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria, prospects for its success are already being met with skepticism as bombs pelted Damascus suburbs Friday and officials involved acknowledged the difficulties ahead.









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