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    Europe 'close to limit' on refugee numbers, EU president says

    Europe is "close to limit" on accepting refugees, EU President Donald Tusk said Sunday, as he urged the international community to do more to step up resettlement of those seeking refuge.
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    'Wonder Woman' Serena sets record

    Serena Williams swept aside Johanna Larsson in round three of the US Open Saturday with an impressive display of powerful and aggressive tennis.
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    The week in politics

    Take a look at the week in politics from August 28 through September 3.
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    EpiPen main ingredient costs 'less than a Big Mac'

    Mark Baum believes the relentless EpiPen price hikes are "shameful" and his company is plotting a $100 alternative for the lifesaving allergy treatment.
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    Swimsuit model: I claimed confidence in my cellulite

    Ashley Graham, the first plus-sized model to appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue talks about body shaming, cyberbullying and body acceptance.
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    Former N.W.A. manager, dies at 75

    Heller is the co-founder of Ruthless Records, the label behind hip-hop group N.W.A., which launched the careers of rappers Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Easy-E in the 1980s.
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    Unexpected weather at Jupiter's poles

    Scientists have never explored Jupiter's north pole -- until now.
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    'An earthquake of violence and blood' on Chicago streets

    Growing gun violence has created a sense of hopelessness in Chicago, a prominent priest and community activist told CNN.
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    Opinion: Trump, king of debt but not of taxes

    Donald Trump cares about debt -- he has lots of it -- and taxes -- he likely pays little of them. Inspired by the revelation that Trump's presidential campaign, in its first major television ad buy (?!), just this week, touted a tax plan other than Trump's own -- leaving out the part where he allows continued deductions for interest on debt -- I thought it would be fun to lay out some dots.
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    Trump's minority outreach off to rough start

    Donald Trump's highly publicized efforts to woo minority voters aren't going exactly as planned.
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    Why millenials are turning to blue collar careers

    To avoid student loan debt, many Millennials in the US have begun bypassing college in search of blue collar careers.
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    'Life-threatening' hurricane bears down on Panhandle

    After boarding up windows and filling sandbags, residents took shelter Thursday night as Hurricane Hermine bore down on the Sunshine State's Panhandle region.
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    Opinion: What a Trump presidency would mean for LGBT

    Recently, ISIS pushed four men off a building in Mosul because they were suspected of being gay. Last month, the Ugandan government detained citizens attending a pride parade and ordered them beaten by other inmates. In Bangladesh, the editor of the nation's only LGBTQ magazine was recently found hacked to death.
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    Report: Iran granted exemptions to nuclear accord

    The US and other members of the international community granted Iran exemptions to its requirements under the agreement that sought to curb its nuclear program, according to a new report by the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security.
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    Zero-rated veterans charity shutters

    The National Vietnam Veterans Foundations, a zero-rated charity that was the object of a CNN report in mid-May, has closed its doors for good, according to one of the charity's executives.
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    Car crashes into gas pump, ignites blaze

    A driver backed into a gas pump at a Connecticut gas station, starting a fire that engulfed multiple vehicles in flames.
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    Hope Solo breaks down on camera

    Video from Fullscreen's "Keeping Score" series shows soccer goalie Hope Solo's reaction after learning she was suspended from the US national team.
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    The public crumbling of Chris Brown

    In 2009, Chris Brown was arrested for viciously beating his then-girlfriend, fellow singer Rihanna.
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    Why this nation's going crazy for KitKats

    A freshly made white chocolate and raspberry mix is carefully poured into a piping bag by chef Yasumasa Takagi, one of Japan's foremost patissiers.
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    Trump announces surprise meeting with Mexican president

    Donald Trump announced Tuesday night that he will meet Wednesday with the President of Mexico just hours before he is set to deliver a speech focused on immigration policy.
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    Mother Teresa: 'The saint who was my mother'

    It's impossible for me to forget Mother Teresa -- soon to be Saint Teresa of Kolkata. She gave me a chance to escape poverty and live a different destiny in England.
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    Opinion: I was on board with Kaepernick until....

    Colin Kaepernick sparked a media firestorm on August 26 when he refused to stand for the national anthem before a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers.
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    Opinion: Kaepernick is bravely speaking truth to power

    Colin Kaepernick, the former Pro Bowler, Super Bowl participant and quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, couldn't take it anymore.
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    Heroic strangers save woman from fiery crash

    After a 10-car pileup in Binghamton, New York, a group of heroic strangers worked together to pull a woman from her burning car.
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    Opinion: Trump is risk we can't take

    Former Reagan solicitor general Charles Fried: Clinton was right to call out Trump for his ties to the extreme right
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    Social media blasts Anthony Weiner

    Former Rep. Anthony Weiner has once again been caught sexting a woman lewd selfies, this time with his son in the background, according to The New York Post.
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    Sea Shepherd says new ship can outrun whalers

    Anti-whaling activist group Sea Shepherd announced its 11th whale defense campaign Tuesday with the launch of a custom-built vessel, which it claims will have the requisite muscle to take on Japanese whaling fleets.
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    Is Iceland's largest volcano about to erupt?

    The Icelandic Meteorological Office is on alert for a possible eruption from the country's largest volcano, Katla, after two earthquakes rattled the region.
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    Mother Teresa: How hard is it to become a saint?

    She dedicated her life to helping the poor in India, performed several miracles and won a Nobel Peace prize in 1979.
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    John Lennon's killer denied parole

    Mark David Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon 36 years ago, was denied parole for a ninth time on Monday, on the grounds that his crime was premeditated and celebrity-seeking in nature, the New York State Board of Parole said.
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    What's driving the shootings in 'Chi-raq'?

    CNN's Amara Walker discusses gun violence and issues plaguing Chicago with Liz Dozier, Managing Director of Chicago Beyond.
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    Clinton at fundraiser: 'I do not know which Trump will show up' at debates

    Hillary Clinton discussed the pros and cons of debating Donald Trump Monday at a fundraiser in the Hamptons, telling donors that while she is preparing to debate, she doesn't "know which Donald Trump will show up."
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    Trump disavows robo-call from David Duke

    Donald Trump's campaign is disavowing support from a prominent white nationalist, David Duke, who is once again causing problems for the Republican nominee by claiming that Trump is a kindred spirit.
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    Opinion: Gene Wilder was a new kind of Hollywood star

    Gene Wilder, who died Tuesday at 83 after a long illness, was the kind of movie star who could have only come into being during the 1970s when movies themselves were in flux, writes Gene Seymour
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    White House, Trump object to Kaepernick views of US

    Both the White House and Donald Trump objected Monday to views expressed by NFL star Colin Kaepernick about the treatment of minorities in the US.
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    Michelle Obama's attack sub has come in

    The US Navy has received an attack submarine sponsored by first lady Michelle Obama and named for her home state, the Navy announced Monday.
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    Chicago likely to top 2015 in number of shootings

    Chicago is on track to cross a disturbing threshold and top the number of shootings and homicides in the city in 2015. It's not a war zone, but it helps explain why some people who live there call it Chi-raq, a name that draws an analogy between the city and Iraq.
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