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Jeb Bush email release stokes 2016 talk

Jeb Bush email release stokes 2016 talk

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said he will release 250,000 emails from his two terms in office and write an eBook outlining his governing philosophy during an interview aired Sunday.
Cosby breaks his silence

Cosby breaks his silence

Amid mounting allegations against him, Bill Cosby has broken his silence. Well, sort of. Cosby, accused of rape and other misdeeds by an increasing number of women, was reached at home on Friday by a New York Post reporter.
American who says he crossed into North Korea denounces U.S. policies

American who says he crossed into North Korea denounces U.S. policies

An American who said he crossed illegally into North Korea gave an unusual press conference in the country on Sunday, where he denounced the U.S. political and economic systems.
Four mothers share pain of losing sons

Four mothers share pain of losing sons

 (CNN) -- Their sons -- Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and Eric Garner -- have become symbols of a raging national conversation about police brutality and racial injustice.
Protesters gear up for weekend marches against police violence

Protesters gear up for weekend marches against police violence

 (CNN) -- After days of descending on cities coast to coast, protesters demanding an end to police brutality are expected to get loud again Saturday.
Fury of rain moves rocks, mud in Southern California, burying homes

Fury of rain moves rocks, mud in Southern California, burying homes

 LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- Torrential rains moved walls of rock and mud Friday in Southern California, burying homes in one neighborhood, closing a coastal highway and prompting evacuations of foothill communities imperiled by landslides.
One challenge for Ferguson grand jury: Some witnesses' credibility

One challenge for Ferguson grand jury: Some witnesses' credibility

The grand jury in the case of Michael Brown's shooting didn't just face an onslaught of witnesses with conflicting memories of what happened the day white police officer Darren Wilson killed Brown, an unarmed black teenager.
McCain prepared to help Obama close Guantanamo

McCain prepared to help Obama close Guantanamo

An unlikely ally is offering a glimmer of hope that President Barack Obama can make good on his vow to close Guantanamo Bay before leaving office.
2015: The year the stock market slows to a trot

2015: The year the stock market slows to a trot

The bull market may need to tap the brakes in 2015.
Key facts about London's 5 airports

Key facts about London's 5 airports

 LONDON (CNNMoney) -- London's airspace was closed briefly on Friday due to a computer failure.
Wireless war: Consumers win, investors lose

Wireless war: Consumers win, investors lose

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- This is a great time for anyone looking for a new smartphone or tablet -- or to switch from one wireless carrier to another.
Is this finally the end of the bull market?

Is this finally the end of the bull market?

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- TGIF? It was more like a Freaky Friday for the stock market as plunging oil prices struck again.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota wins Heisman Trophy

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota wins Heisman Trophy

  University of Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota won the Heisman Trophy, given annually to the best college football player in the United States, on Saturday night during a ceremony in New York.
Senate approves short-term funding for government

Senate approves short-term funding for government

The Senate passed a short-term spending bill that will fund the government through Wednesday, averting a shutdown while the chamber debates a bill to fund the government.
 Protesting police shootings: Demands for change sound out nationwide

Protesting police shootings: Demands for change sound out nationwide

Invoking the familiar names of black men who died at the hands of police, thousands marched throughout the nation on Saturday to protest what they see as rampant racial injustice.