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5 things you didn't know about Alzheimer's

5 things you didn't know about Alzheimer's

(CNN) -- Approximately 44 million people live with dementia worldwide, according to the Alzheimer's Association. By 2050, that number is expected to more than triple to 115 million.
What's it like to motorcycle solo through Iran as a woman?

What's it like to motorcycle solo through Iran as a woman?

(CNN) -- "You! You have moto, yes?" An elderly woman, her craggy face peering out from the folds of her voluminous black chador, demands my attention.
Russia defiant in face of new U.S. sanctions over Ukraine

Russia defiant in face of new U.S. sanctions over Ukraine

Russian leaders reacted angrily Thursday to President Barack Obama's decision to slap further sanctions on Russian banks, energy firms and defense companies over Russia's actions in Ukraine.
A U-boat and its American prey haunt Gulf of Mexico

A U-boat and its American prey haunt Gulf of Mexico

Special to CNN Silent and shadowy, two hulks lie under the Gulf of Mexico's warm waters, unmoved since their deadly encounter 72 years ago during World War II. Now, the future has come to take a closer look.
Violent California police chase ends with 3 dead

Violent California police chase ends with 3 dead

Tense. Chaotic. Dangerous. Three bank robbery suspects led police on an hour-long chase through Northern California on Wednesday, spraying patrol cruisers with bullets and shooting at least two of the three hostages they took.
State lawmaker calls for quarantine of illegal immigrant minors at Fort Sill

State lawmaker calls for quarantine of illegal immigrant minors at Fort Sill

A state lawmaker is calling for a quarantine of the undocumented children being housed right now at Fort Sill.
Sweet profits for big name in Chocolate

Sweet profits for big name in Chocolate

Your chocolate habit just got more expensive. The price of Kisses, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kats, and other candies made by Hershey's went up by about 8% Tuesday.
Hundreds evacuated as Washington wildfire grows

Hundreds evacuated as Washington wildfire grows

Authorities were telling hundreds of people in western Washington to leave their homes immediately Wednesday evening because of a fast-moving wildfire, a spokeswoman for the state's Department of Natural Resources said.
California's death penalty ruled unconstitutional

California's death penalty ruled unconstitutional

In ruling California's death penalty unconstitutional, a federal judge said Wednesday the system is so broken it unfairly leaves inmates with uncertain fates -- often for decades.

Tainted tattoo warning: FDA recalls DIY tattoo kits

Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Tattoo Ink, Tattoo Needles, Tattoo kits Due to

Rescued hiker shares his story

A couple weeks ago, Gregory Hein made his way to a remote peak in the Sequoia and Kings National Park.

Four legged duckling

Hatching animals is nothing new to one Sulphur Louisiana family, but they were surprised when one of their young ducklings was a little different. The duckling has not two but four legs.

California drought dries out wallets

As much of the country continues to deal with crippling drought conditions this summer, the hard hit state of California is now policing water usage much more closely.

Teen drivers: safety first

Research from a highway safety group shows the people who need to be driving the safest cars, are actually driving the most dangerous ones.
Mom claims baby got herpes at Oklahoma daycare

Mom claims baby got herpes at Oklahoma daycare

An Oklahoma mother claims her one-year-old got a horrible case of herpes from a daycare teacher at ChildTime near SW 89th and May. Consuela Smith says her daughter is in pain day and night.