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Sanders, Schumer and Judge Judy all went to this school

This Brooklyn high school is the alma mater of Bernie Sanders, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Judge Judy and Chuck Schumer.

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Judge to consider request to move hot car death trial

A judge is expected to consider whether to move the trial of a Georgia man accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son in a hot SUV to die

Authorities: Slaying suspect later shot at family's car

Authorities say deputies shot and wounded a suspect in the killing of a man in a suburban Milwaukee apartment and the wounding of a woman hours later on a busy highway

Closings begin in 'Grim Sleeper' serial killer trial

A Los Angeles prosecutor says the evidence pointing to Lonnie Franklin Jr. as the serial killer known as the "Grim Sleeper" speaks for the 10 victims he silenced

The Dress For Misty Copeland's Barbie Doll Celebrates An Iconic Moment

"The Firebird" was Misty Copeland's first lead role at the American Ballet Theatre — and she performed it with a devastating tibia injury.

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Newly Discovered Jellyfish Looks Like Alien Spacecraft

A video published by the NOAA shows a Jellyfish from the Mariana Trench that looks exactly like a hovering UFO. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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President Obama Speaks Out On Osama Bin Laden's Death 5 Years Later

In his first interview from the Situation Room, Obama tells CNN about the raid that killed the Al-Qaeda leader.

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Puerto Rico won't make $370 million in debt payments Monday

Puerto Rico's governor announces that his administration will not make bond payments totaling nearly $370 million due Monday after a failure to restructure of reach a political solution to the U.S. territory's public debt crisis

Doctor files complaint, says support for abortion silenced

A physician who performs abortions has filed a federal civil rights complaint alleging that she was barred from speaking publicly about her support for abortion rights

Flowers' Memory May Come From Mad Cow Disease Protein

Scientists from MIT are cautiously saying there's a chance that memories in flowers could form using the same proteins that cause Mad Cow Disease in humans. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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The Latest: Cruz to hang in as long as he has 'viable path'

Cruz says he'll stay in the Republican presidential race for as long as he has a 'viable path to victory'

The FBI Wants To Find This Man Who Sprinkled A Liquid At Whole Foods

An employee spotted the suspicious behavior and notified the store's management.

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Man accused of killing camper, yoga teacher pleads guilty

One of three young transients accused of killing a Canadian who was camping during a music festival and a yoga teacher who was walking a dog has pleaded guilty murder

Fiorina takes tumble during Cruz campaign event

Vice presidential candidate Carly Fiorina carries on, apparently unhurt, after falling off the stage during a Ted Cruz campaign event in Lafayette, Indiana on Sunday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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New Orleans sheriff: Federal takeover not the answer

The New Orleans sheriff is defending his running of the city's long-troubled jail

Is This Australian Man The Real Founder Of Bitcoin?

Aussie entrepreneur Craig Wright has come forward as the founder of bitcoin, but the internet is debating the validity of his claim.

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Cate Blanchett: Women want to rebuild Syria

CNN's Christiane Amanpour talks to Cate Blanchett about her role as an UNHCR goodwill ambassador for Syrian refugees.

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WhatsApp suspended in Brazil

The popular WhatsApp messaging service is not working in Brazil, apparently as a result of an ongoing judicial battle

Is there life on these planets?

For the first time, researchers have discovered three potentially habitable, Earth-like worlds orbiting an ultracool dwarf star 40 light-years away.

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Judge temporarily blocks removal of Confederate monument

A judge has temporarily barred the city of Louisville from removing a 70-foot-tall Confederate monument from the University of Louisville campus

Man to be exonerated 50-plus years after wrongful conviction

More than forty years after being released from prison following a wrongful conviction in a New York City killing, a Virginia man is returning to a courtroom to be fully exonerated

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Marines investigating claim about men in Iwo Jima photo

The Marine Corps has begun investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War II after two amateur history buffs began raising questions about the picture

The New Home For The Ringling Bros. Elephants Might Not Be So Great

The 13 remaining performance elephants will move to a 200-acre facility in Polk City, Florida.

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Parents Admit to Stealing from Piggybanks

A new poll is saying 46% of parents steal from their kids' piggybanks. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the answer of how many put the money back.

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