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    How to start your Monday smart

    Happy Monday. Hope your week starts off better than Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's. Here are the 5 things you need to know today to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.
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    2 die in bus crash on way to help with flooding

    A charter bus full of workers headed to the Baton Rouge, Louisiana, flooding cleanup crashed Sunday morning, killing two people and injuring dozens, police said, adding that the driver was unlicensed.
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    AP editor defends Clinton article, says tweet was sloppy

    Associated Press Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll is defending her organization's controversial investigation into meetings Hillary Clinton took while Secretary of State -- but she admits a tweet the AP sent out about its story was "sloppy."
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    Trump dredges up Clinton's use of 'super predators'

    Speaking at a rally in Des Moines, Iowa, Donald Trump dredged up Clinton's use of the term "super predators" from the 1990s to argue that he, not Clinton, offered African-Americans the best choice for president.
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    Couple brave aftershocks to say 'I do'

    They had been planning the perfect wedding for more than a year. The dress, the suit and the venue were all reserved.
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    'Heavenly birthday' memorial planned after vicious killing

    Mourners planned a "heavenly birthday" memorial Sunday for Victoria Martens, the 10-year-old New Mexico girl who Albuquerque police say was raped by her mother's boyfriend and then killed while her mother watched.
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    Pence deflects on use of 'deportation force'

    Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence insisted Sunday that Donald Trump has been "absolutely consistent" on how he'd treat undocumented immigrants as president and his recent comments on the topic have been that of "a CEO at work."
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    $3 million seized at border

    Border Patrol agents in California hit a jackpot this week in terms of cash seizures: $3 million.
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    War-weary Colombians wary of peace deal with FARC rebels

    Many Colombians have known nothing but a time of conflict between the government and the guerrillas of FARC.
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    Cafe terror attack planner killed, Bangladeshi police say

    Bangladeshi police killed one of the "suspected masterminds" of the July terror attack in Dhaka after an hourlong battle, authorities said.
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    'Dark twin' of the Milky Way galaxy discovered

    Welcome to the dark side of the universe. In a direct contrast with the beautifully bright Milky Way galaxy, a "dark twin" called Dragonfly 44 has been discovered 300 million light-years away in the Coma constellation, according to a new study.
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    'Making a Murderer:' Steven Avery's lawyer wants new DNA tests

    A lawyer for Steven Avery, the subject of the controversial 10-part docuseries "Making a Murderer, " filed a motion Friday in a Wisconsin court, asking to get key evidence in the case so it can be tested with new methods.
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    Hear Maine governor's profanity-laced tirade

    Maine Gov. Paul LePage is in hot water after sending an angry voicemail to a state lawmaker. This isn't the first time he has made controversial statements. CNN's Phil Mattingly reports.
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    5 reasons to watch MTV's VMAs

    The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards happen Sunday. But let's be honest, the VMAs are more about jaw dropping moments than music videos and Moon Man trophies.
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    The week in photos

    Take a look at 33 photos of the week from August 19 through August 25.
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    Former Bush official 'might have to vote' for Hillary Clinton

    Former Bush administration official Paul Wolfowitz said he is considering voting for Hillary Clinton in an interview in which he lambasted Donald Trump as dangerous.
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    Navy surprises ailing WWII veteran

    Standing tall on his front porch and saluting, Ernest Thompson beamed with pride.
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    Usher calls for more historical films about blacks

    Usher Raymond wants Hollywood to take more risks when it comes to telling stories about African Americans. He believes his role in the upcoming boxing drama "Hands of Stone" is a start.
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    Hollywood's highest-paid actor is ...

    One actor is crushing the competition as Hollywood's highest paid man in the business.
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    Heroin laced with elephant tranquilizer hits the streets

    The American heroin epidemic has become more dangerous, as reports of heroin laced with carfentanil are being reported throughout the country.
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    Sanders to discuss next moves for 'Revolution'

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders plans to fill in his supporters on his next moves Wednesday night during a livestream address to his supporters.
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    Desmond Tutu hospitalized for infection

    Archbishop Desmond Tutu admitted himself to a Cape Town hospital on Wednesday "for treatment to a recurring infection," according to a statement from Tutu's family.
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    Iranian ships gain on US destroyer

    A US Navy official told CNN four Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps vessels conducted a "high-speed intercept" of the USS Nitze in waters near the Strait of Hormuz Tuesday, deeming the incident "unsafe and unprofessional."
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    Opinion: Remembering Mika and Syria's tragedy

    The first and last time I saw Japanese journalist Mika Yamamoto was on the day before she was killed in Aleppo four years ago this month.
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    Miranda Lambert cries over concert sign

    During a concert in Hartford, Connecticut, the audience carried on singing for Miranda Lambert after a soldier's sign made her emotional.
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    CNN meteorologist: Why I shifted on climate change

    Although climate change is thought of as simply a political football, it has been a heated topic among meteorologists for years. I, for one, have changed my conclusion over time on whether humans are responsible for the increased heat content of the Earth.
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    Clinton to receive intel briefing Saturday

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is expected to receive her intelligence briefing Saturday morning near her home in New York at the FBI offices in White Plains, according to a US official.
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    Obama names newest national park site

    On the eve of the National Park Service's centennial, President Barack Obama named Maine's Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument on Wednesday as the newest national park site.
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    Blasts, gunfire at American University in Kabul

    People are trapped at the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul after reports of gunfire and blasts.
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    A three-week plan to eat less meat

    Cutting down on animal protein does more than slash calories -- it lowers your cholesterol and blood pressure, as well as your risks of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. The vegetables, legumes, and whole grains that will replace the meat help shield you from developing these chronic diseases, too. "Plants are nature's pharmacy," says Kate Geagan, RD, author of Go Green Get Lean ($5, amazon.com). "They're brimming with protective nutrients and antioxidants that you just can't get from animals." You don't have to go full vegetarian -- our plan ups your plant protein without depriving you of that Saturday-night steak.
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    Zellweger: There's nothing 'negative' about aging

    Renee Zellweger doesn't understand the fascination with her appearance.
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    How should you talk to loved ones about weight?

    What are the magic words to use when a loved one's weight is rising dangerously high? Unfortunately, there are none.
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    He picked the wrong 91-year-old to rob

    The elderly man probably seemed like a good target, but a would-be robber flat out picked the wrong guy.
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    Thousands of fish die in Yellowstone River

    An unprecedented fish kill has closed nearly 100 river miles of the Yellowstone River in Montana, as officials try to contain a parasite that is killing thousands of whitefish.
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    Five things you should know today

    Good morning. It's Wednesday and the big story this morning is the devastating earthquake in central Italy where the death toll keeps rising by the hour. Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.
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    Trump: There could be 'a softening' on immigration stance

    Donald Trump says there could be a "softening" in his hardline immigration proposals -- though he did not provide detail and his campaign so far has yet to offer a coordinated message on whether there's been a shift in policy.
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    Botched execution survivor asks SCOTUS to halt 2nd try

    Death row inmate Romell Broom, whose execution was botched in 2009 by the state of Ohio, is asking the US Supreme Court to halt a second try at taking his life, according to court documents.
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    Clinton's health is fine, but what about Trump?

    As Donald Trump and his allies attempt to raise dubious questions over Hillary Clinton's health, the Republican nominee has invited new scrutiny into his own medical history.
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