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Conjoined twins die day after birth at Atlanta hospital

Conjoined twins born at an Atlanta hospital have died, their parents said, less than two days after they beat the odds simply by coming into the world.

U.S: Al Qaeda kills hostages during SEALs raid on Yemen

The element of surprise was lost in a failed U.S. military raid to rescue two Western hostages being held by al Qaeda militants in Yemen, a senior Defense Department official said Saturday.

Rolling Stone apologizes over account of UVA gang rape

Rolling Stone magazine apologized Friday for discrepancies in an article about the alleged gang rape of a University of Virginia student, after friends of the victim expressed doubts about the woman's account and the accused fraternity chap

LAPD investigating Cosby sexual assault claim

Los Angeles police are investigating a sexual assault claim against Bill Cosby, a police spokeswoman said Friday.

Garner's mother to protesters: 'Keep on doing it but do it in peace'

Eric Garner's mother Saturday urged the thousands of demonstrators who have taken to streets throughout nation in protest of her son's death to "keep on doing it but do it in peace."

Sick girl gets 'lifetime' of cards on possibly last Christmas

By sheer volume, one might assume that letters for Santa Claus were accidentally rerouted to P.O. Box 162 in Fountain Green, Utah. But all the letters, notes and cards coming in are addressed to 6-year-old Addie Fausett.

Audio: Officials release 911 tapes in FSU shooting

Emergency calls detailed the frantic moments at Florida State University after a gunman started shooting last month.

Conan O'Brien & Sylvester Stallone's personal information exposed in Sony hack

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Hackers have exposed the Social Security numbers of Conan O'Brien, Sylvester Stallone, Rebel Wilson and 47,423 other p

Wedding ring found 55 years after fatal plane crash

A lumberjack who found a diamond ring while digging out a tree says he knew exactly who it belonged to, but there was just one problem, he had no idea how to find them. So, he spent the next two decades looking until he did.

Sit-ins, die-ins, blockades in American cities not just about Eric Garner

 (CNN) -- They're preparing the signs. Lining up the locations. Getting ready to shut down traffic once again.