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'Digital nose' on a chip can sniff out diseases

'Digital nose' on a chip can sniff out diseases

 (CNN) -- It's long been known that dogs and cats, with their highly developed sense of smell, can be trained to identify the volatile chemicals released by human illnesses.
Best places to see Christmas lights in the U.S.

Best places to see Christmas lights in the U.S.

 (CNN) -- Christmas in the United States is a combination of traditions from around the world. Evergreen trees inside homes were popularized in Germany during the 16th century.

Army to launch 'blimp' that detects cruise missiles

The U.S. Army plans to launch two stationary "blimps" at 10,000-feet in the air next week to better protect the Washington, D.C. area from cruise missiles and other possible air attacks.

Huge Los Angeles blaze was arson, fire officials say

Arsonists started a huge December 8 blaze that destroyed a downtown apartment building under construction and damaged nearby buildings, the Los Angeles Fire Department said Thursday in a news release.

Killer meatloaf? Lawsuit claims couple died after tainted Bob Evans meal

The children of an elderly West Virginia couple who passed away months apart in late 2012 and early 2013 are blaming their deaths on a restaurant chain's meatloaf.

Gruesome discovery: Small bodies inside abandoned storage locker

When Regina Zimmer bid $40 on an abandoned storage unit in Colfax, California, near Sacramento, all she did before the purchase was look at the unit from the outside and hope to find something valuable.
Lost on a plane: Woman claims FedEx misplaced her snake

Lost on a plane: Woman claims FedEx misplaced her snake

A rare python barely makes it home for the holidays after a Norman woman says FedEx lost her snake. Henry the Angolan python is like many of us during the holidays.
Russia crisis hurts these brands the most

Russia crisis hurts these brands the most

Russia's economic turmoil is already spreading to companies in the West and many are bracing for an even bigger blow to earnings.
Obama and Putin: From frosty to frozen

Obama and Putin: From frosty to frozen

The tanking Russian economy seems to be doing little to encourage President Vladimir Putin to repair relations with the West.
5 burning questions for Obama

5 burning questions for Obama

President Barack Obama is set to close a week jam-packed with news of a breakthrough with Cuba and new tensions with North Korea on Friday with a 1:30 p.m. EST news conference.
Russian crisis kills big German gas deal

Russian crisis kills big German gas deal

Fallout from the Russian crisis continues to spread with the cancellation of a big gas deal with Germany.
Appreciation: The man who was 'Stephen Colbert'

Appreciation: The man who was 'Stephen Colbert'

Goodbye, Stephen Colbert. We hardly knew you. In fact, that was the idea, wasn't it?

VIDEO: Accidental Albuquerque police shooting

An Albuquerque, New Mexico woman's home turned into a nightmare Sunday when a bullet came through the floor above, hitting her brother.
The Pentagon has a new name for ISIS

The Pentagon has a new name for ISIS

There's yet another new name for ISIS among those fighting against the terror group. Daesh.
The Pentagon has a new name for ISIS

The Pentagon has a new name for ISIS

There's yet another new name for ISIS among those fighting against the terror group. Daesh.