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How far does ISIS' global reach extend?

How far does ISIS' global reach extend?

ISIS militants have brought their hardline version of Islam to wide areas of Syria and Iraq, imposing brutal laws and killing people who they deem "unbelievers."

In Seattle, compost your food scraps -- or else

Have you ever thrown away a banana peel or dumped expired milk into the garbage? Well, if you do it in Seattle you are in for a fine.

Near miss: guard rail through car

An Ohio man is lucky to be alive after slamming his car into the end of a guard rail, then riding along as it sliced through the passenger side for more than 30 feet. The driver was reportedly blinded by the sun.

New drug danger: 'Cloud 9'

More and more high school kids are getting their hands on a synthetic drug known on the street as "Cloud 9."

Born to run

If you blink, you might miss Jaden Merrick going by. "I don't even try to keep up with him anymore," says Brent Merrick, his father. The 6-year-old Hudson, Iowa boy started running when he was 5.

Manhunt rolls on

The manhunt continues for a sniper and survivalist accused of fatally shooting a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding his partner.
Four large fireballs reported over USA

Four large fireballs reported over USA

The American Meteor Society (AMS) says four large, unique fireball events were reported Tuesday night.
45 infants added to TB exposure list

45 infants added to TB exposure list

Health officials have added 45 infants to the list of more than 700 who were exposed to tuberculosis at a hospital in El Paso, Texas.
John Kerry: The fight against ISIS is 'going to go on'

John Kerry: The fight against ISIS is 'going to go on'

Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday coalition airstrikes have not flushed the terror group ISIS from Iraq, but they may have prevented the fall of Baghdad and Irbil to ISIS militants.

Obama's Syrian airstrikes get Bill Clinton's approval

Former President Bill Clinton told CNN he agrees with President Barack Obama's decision to authorize airstrikes against the terrorist group ISIS and arm Syrian rebels working to defeat them.
Branson: Take as much vacation as you want!

Branson: Take as much vacation as you want!

Billionaire businessman Richard Branson has just given his office staff a big reason to celebrate: they can now take as much vacation as they like.
Derek Jeter's last New York game: $642 a seat

Derek Jeter's last New York game: $642 a seat

Yankee fans won't be buying pricey World Series tickets this year, but they are paying outrageous sums to see Derek Jeter's final home game in the Bronx.
Jersey Shore's Situation indicted for tax fraud

Jersey Shore's Situation indicted for tax fraud

Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino, one of the stars of MTV's "The Jersey Shore," was indicted for failing to pay taxes on $8.9 million in income.
French president: Islamic extremists beheaded French hostage

French president: Islamic extremists beheaded French hostage

French hostage Herve Gourdel was abducted and beheaded, a killing shown on video, French President Francois Hollande told the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
Jury declines to charge Tony Stewart in death of driver

Jury declines to charge Tony Stewart in death of driver

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart won't face charges in connection with the on-track death of sprint car racer Kevin Ward Jr., a New York district attorney announced Wednesday.