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Hillary Clinton heckled by man with a bullhorn

Hillary Clinton heckled by man with a bullhorn

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A man with a bullhorn interrupted Hillary Clinton on Sunday during a speech she was giving in San Diego.
Teen killed after haunted hayride in Maine flips over

Teen killed after haunted hayride in Maine flips over

(CNN) -- A 17-year-old girl died after a haunted hayride flipped over in Maine, police said Sunday. The teen was airlifted to a hospital after the accident Saturday night, Central Maine Medical Center spokesman Chuck Gill said.
'The Walking Dead' is back; what's the verdict?

'The Walking Dead' is back; what's the verdict?

(CNN) -- "The Walking Dead" returned for a fifth season on AMC on Sunday night after fans waited since March to find out the fate of Rick Grimes and many of the survivors.
Rabbi loses 100 pounds after 'come-to-Jesus moment'

Rabbi loses 100 pounds after 'come-to-Jesus moment'

(CNN) -- Pesach Sommer, 42, is an eight-time marathon runner. He's completed at least 10 half-marathons and lost count of the number of 5Ks and 10Ks he has run.
Hillary Clinton heckled by man with a bullhorn

Hillary Clinton heckled by man with a bullhorn

A man with a bullhorn interrupted Hillary Clinton on Sunday during a speech she was giving in San Diego.
Ferguson protests: Weekend of protests, day of action

Ferguson protests: Weekend of protests, day of action

A weekend of protests is expected to culminate in a day of action in Ferguson on Monday.
Judge overturns Alaska's same-sex marriage ban that dates to 1998

Judge overturns Alaska's same-sex marriage ban that dates to 1998

In 1998, Alaska became the first of two states to pass a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. On Sunday, a federal judge overturned the 16-year ban, saying the Constitution guarantees equal protection to all.
Family waits with anger and hope: Is daughter's death linked to latest case?

Family waits with anger and hope: Is daughter's death linked to latest case?

Cassandra Morton never became a household name like some of the other women. Not like Morgan Harrington. Or Hannah Graham.
Why women are losing the retirement savings game

Why women are losing the retirement savings game

When it comes to putting money away for retirement, women outmatch men: They are more diligent savers and more likely to put a bigger percentage of their paycheck into a savings plan.
Ferguson protests: Weekend of protests, day of action

Ferguson protests: Weekend of protests, day of action

A weekend of protests is expected to culminate in a day of action in Ferguson on Monday.
ISIS states its justification for the enslavement of women

ISIS states its justification for the enslavement of women

In a new publication, ISIS justifies its kidnapping of women as sex slaves citing Islamic theology, an interpretation that is rejected by the Muslim world at large as a perversion of Islam.
Instead of Columbus Day, some U.S. cities celebrate Indigenous People's Day

Instead of Columbus Day, some U.S. cities celebrate Indigenous People's Day

Columbus Day often brings to mind the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. This Monday, some cities and states would rather you think of the Sioux, the Suquamish and the Chippewa.
U.S. Army has completed its investigation of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl

U.S. Army has completed its investigation of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl

The initial report on Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl has been completed and submitted to the army. An army spokesman said Brigadier General Kenneth Dahl's report is being reviewed by commanders but is not being released.
Family waits with anger and hope: Is daughter's death linked to latest case?

Family waits with anger and hope: Is daughter's death linked to latest case?

Cassandra Morton never became a household name like some of the other women. Not like Morgan Harrington. Or Hannah Graham.
Hunter: Terrorists crossing into U.S. -- but maybe not ISIS

Hunter: Terrorists crossing into U.S. -- but maybe not ISIS

Men affiliated with terrorist organizations have crossed the United States' southern border and the Department of Homeland Security is splitting hairs by arguing otherwise, a House Republican is saying.