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Chris Christie: The $33 million man

Chris Christie: The $33 million man

It appears the George Washington Bridge controversy that New Jersey Gov.
NASA to end most activities with Russia

NASA to end most activities with Russia

NASA is suspending much of its work with Russia in light of its actions in Ukraine but said it will continue to collaborate with Russia's space agency on International Space Station operations.
Energy executives pessimistic about industry’s future

Energy executives pessimistic about industry’s future

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; chief financial officers of some of the largest energy companies are more pessimistic than the rest of the business community on earnings growth this year, according to a new survey released by the consulting

Savings and loan figure Charles Keating dies at 90

The Houston Chronicle is reporting: Charles H. Keating Jr., the notorious financier who served prison time and was disgraced for his role in the costliest savings and loan failure of the 1980s, has died. He was 90.
Tijuana cop to face U.S. federal court after heroin, meth arrest

Tijuana cop to face U.S. federal court after heroin, meth arrest

A Tijuana, Mexico, police officer will appear in a U.S. federal court next week after being arrested on a charge of possession with intent to distribute almost 20 pounds of heroin and methamphetamine.
Chrysler recalls 870,000 SUVs

Chrysler recalls 870,000 SUVs

Chrysler will recall nearly 870,000 SUVs worldwide to fix a problem with the brake system, the company said Wednesday.
The high court's impact on money and politics

The high court's impact on money and politics

Campaign 2014 is in full swing with primary voting, and incumbents and challengers busy raising money.
A Republican tries to save the minimum wage increase

A Republican tries to save the minimum wage increase

Again stepping into the role of compromise-seeker, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is launching what may be a long-shot effort to forge bipartisan compromise over a minimum wage increase.
This is one in a series of Fast Facts offered from the CNN Library giving a more in-depth look at a person or topic in the news.

This is one in a series of Fast Facts offered from the CNN Library giving a more in-depth look at a person or topic in the news.

 Here's a look at what you need to know about tornadoes, which are funnel-shaped clouds that form under thunderclouds and contain rapidly rotating air.
'Every little thing' under scrutiny in Malaysia Airlines probe

'Every little thing' under scrutiny in Malaysia Airlines probe

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (CNN) -- Absent any explanation supported by evidence for what may have happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the inspector general of Malaysian police said Wednesday that authorities were redoubling their efforts --
Ukraine crisis: NATO military chief warns Russian troops could invade swiftly

Ukraine crisis: NATO military chief warns Russian troops could invade swiftly

BRUSSELS, Belgium (CNN) -- NATO's military chief warned Wednesday that Russian troops could begin moving on Ukraine within 12 hours of being given an order, amid fears that Moscow could seek to invade its eastern region.
Parisians seek split from love locks

Parisians seek split from love locks

PARIS, France (CNN) -- Joy Monroe, a tourist from Montana, has come to Paris's Pont des Arts bridge on a mission of love.
Who's the man in the 'mirror'? Historians investigate mystery photo booth portraits

Who's the man in the 'mirror'? Historians investigate mystery photo booth portraits

(CNN) -- He smiles. He stares. He sits without apparent expression. Who is he?
9 places on Earth we know very little about

9 places on Earth we know very little about

(CNN) -- Forget space. The most exciting new frontiers of exploration are on our very own planet, says Dr. Robin Hanbury-Tenison, one of the greats of British exploring.